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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

Musical Merlins!

As part of our No Pens Thursday, Merlins performed a Goldilocks and the Three Bears song as they are some of the characters that the Jolly Postman visits on his round.  We had a Goldilocks with her blonde hair and blue eyes as well as the three bears eating porridge, sitting on chairs and laying in beds which were all different sizes.  The rest of us sang the song brilliantly and performed with some actions.

We thoroughly enjoyed watching our performance back and we'd like to share it with all of you... let us know what you think!




  • Mrs Rushen 1 year ago
    You brought a big smile to my face again despite being there with you Thursday. You were all amazing. Well done Merlin's xx
  • Cheryl Oxley 1 year ago
    Really great to see this.
  • Philippa 1 year ago
    Oh this is lovely. Thanks for sharing. Great work Merlins.

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