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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

Going for Gold!

In our first “Going for Gold” topic lesson this week, we split into three groups. Each group decided which country they would like to represent in our “Mini-Olympics.”

The different countries took part in throwing, relay and balancing skills events. We enjoyed supporting our team mates and trying our best to score points for our “country”.

At the end of the competition we all agreed that taking part had been great fun. We also learnt the importance of being supportive to our team mates and that we each have different skills, all equally valuable. 

   

 

We look forward to learning more about the ancient and modern day Olympics in our future topic lessons.

During this term, we will be continuing to learn more about Sikhism in Religious Education. This week, we focused on how Sikh people worship Waheguru. We matched pictures of Sikh traditions of worship with explanation texts. We also discussed the Holy book, Guru Granth Sahib and its importance to Sikh people. 

  

 

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