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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Year 5 celebrate World Book Day

At Holy Trinity today, Year 5 dressed up as book characters for the occasion of World Book Day.

A large variety of Hogwarts students attended our class today - and an evil witch Ms LeStrange.  "I would like to wear this uniform every day," said Holly (aka Hermione Granger) and  -Harkaran (aka Harry Potter) agreed, "because it is cool" he told us.  


We had some very adventurous people and some people with powers. Lyra was here with her Amber Spyglass, and an Oompa Loompa turned up - although thankfully she didn't sing or have to fish anyone out of a chocolate river.


We also had some animals - mostly well behaved - in our classroom. Alexie said she enjoyed being a cat, and Ayo said his photo pose was the best - can you guess which animal he was?


Coraline was here - with some very peculiar eyes. There was a golden ticket, a witch, a Sophie and

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Miss Baker had to be on her best behaviour around the evil witches - in case her head was cut off in a disagreement.

Luckily, no limbs were lost and we even learnt something (about planets and fractions). In all the excitement we forgot to do our spelling test (do I hear cheers?) which we will do on Monday.

What is YOUR favourite book?


It was a chance to read our favourite books. Even Miss Baker got to sit and read, and had brought in Heidi, (originally written in 1880!) which had  been her favourite when she was a girl.

 We also set ourselves a challenge to find all the European Capital Cities - even though Reuben our resident expert was away today. More on that next week....

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