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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

Claude's adventure to the Woodville Halls (through his eyes).

Year two were very lucky this week because they had not one but two trips!

On Friday, we made our way to Woodville Hall to see the Blake Gallery. We wanted to experience what a gallery is like for our book 'Claude in the City.' So we set out with our Sir Bobblysocks and our berets.

     

We got to see the Silk River project…well…some of it, as whilst we were in the gallery we laid on our tums with elbows on the floor to see what Claude would be able to see.

  

We all had a great time and cannot wait to see where Claude and Sir Bobblysock go next.

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