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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

Strike a Pose!

For our topic 'All Dressed Up' this term, we have enjoyed learning about different types of materials and identifying the properties of these.

We have looked at the different types of material our school uniforms are made out of and discussed the different types of clothes we have at home.

As a class, we wanted to showcase our favourite outfits in a fashion show. So we grouped ourselves according to the occasion; favourite outfits, holiday outfits, cultural outfits, costumes, hobbies, beavers and rainbows, sports and football kits and gymnasts.

We were lucky enough to perform this to each other as well as in front of an audience.

Take a look at the pictures taken by the paparazzi below!








  • Mrs Rushen 4 months ago
    An afternoon of fun and laughter was had by one and all. The children really got into posing on the catwalk and some certainty had some swagger!! The 'big' people enjoyed themselves especially, as I gave the little darlings a sprinkle from my watering can!!! Can't believe the year is nearly over. They all have really grown in every respect. Enjoy your transition days xx Mrs Rushen xx
  • Cheryl 4 months ago
    I saw the children sound this and it was fantastic see. Even the little less confident children seemed to be getting into it.

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