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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Keeping busy...

We know that you will all have been very busy learning new things whilst you are at home.

We would like to share some of the things that have been e-mailed to us in Year 5.

Reuben made Africa information cards. You might be inspired to make your own cards about something that interests you, we would really enjoy seeing a photograph.

Eshan has been sending lots of photographs of his work. We like the way he is learning his times tables by writing them out over and over again.

Darius has been writing out his spelling words using beautiful handwriting, as well as writing out his times tables and learning Spanish numbers.

Jessica has created her own illustration for her story. You can read the story by clicking the link below.

We look forward to hearing from you soon with photos of your work or your creative activities. Email them over to us year5learning@holytrinity-gravesend.kent.sch.uk 

  • Mrs Denise M Venison 9 months ago
    Hey Yr5, I'm so very proud of you, your home learning in the Yr5 blog is amazing. I'm so pleased you're using the many tools that you have learnt to aid your learning. Darius your handwriting is fabulous well done. Jessica fantastic work as always, I loved the dramatic illustration. Eshan you are working so hard as shown by all the postcards. Well done to you all. Missing you, love Mrs Venison x

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    Ofsted 2018

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