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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

Guy Fawkes burnt on the Robins' bonfire!  08/11/17

Robins have been discussing why Guy Fawkes was punished for hurting the King.  They have used words such as "wheeeee", "whizz", "sssssss", "bang" and "whoosh" when describing the noise that fireworks make.

"Look!  I have lots!"
We have been using the torches and experimenting with light and taking selfies!
"It's me!" said Sami.
"That's my light!" said Harry.
We are sitting around the bonfire singing songs.
Hot chocolate, marshmallows and a biscuit!  Delicious!
"I'm making a Guy Fawkes for the bonfire!"


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