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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Shipwrecked and Looking Good

This week, Year 6 were able to show off their fashion outfits from the previous term and take part in an exciting cascading ship drama…

       Before we broke up for our half-term, Holy Trinity held a fashion show to reveal our hard work to the rest of the school. However, just as the Year 6 classes were about to start their routine, we were halted by an unplanned fire alarm. We proceeded safely out of the hall and were all accounted for once the shock had subsided. However, it was too late to re-do the fashion show before the half-term. After much anticipation, Year 6 were able to present their fashion outfits to the school on Tuesday during worship.

       Here are a few of our outstanding outfits:

       During out PE lesson, Mr Smit conducted a musical drama involving a make-shift ship. A few pupils were to be in the middle of the ship acting like sailors, while the others around the ship represented the waves of the ocean. During this, 'O Fortune' by Carl Orff played in the background to give our pupils the right cues of when to become enraged and violent waves as opposed to calm and gentle waves at the beginning of the song.

 

 

       Here are a few snapshots of our performance:

 

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