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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

Vikings

It’s the last week of term 5 and what a busy week it has been!  We’ve enjoyed writing non-chronological reports based around different Viking topics such as raiders, beliefs, explorers and home life.  The final reports will be made into a Viking book which we will send to Kent Life, along with a thank you letter for providing such a wonderful Viking themed day for our trip.

A major highlight of this week has been the celebration and sharing of all the children’s home learning. Contributions ranged from authentic looking long-ships, slightly scary looking Viking weaponry, coin treasure hoards and plenty of written research items.  Each contribution was awarded house points aplenty.

   

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