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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

Happy New Year!

It has been a busy start to this term - Bhangra dancing, receiving Pen Licenses, trying different fruits and much more! 

Congratulations to all of the children who received their Pen License as their handwriting is joined cursively and neat.

We have been introduced to this term’s new text for English. We are reading The Hodgeheg by Dick King Smith. We have been challenged by Mrs Gibbs-Naguar to include ambitious vocabulary in our writing. We have used thesauruses to help us when describing where Max, the hedgehog, lives.

In R.E, we explored the meaning of Christingles and then we got to make them! Why not ask your child what each part of the Christingle means?

 

Our topic this term is 'How are you?'. We started our learning by exploring healthy snacks and exercise. We were lucky enough to have a short Bhangra dancing lesson. Why not ask your child if they can remember and show you any of the special moves?  We were fortunate enough to already have some bhangra expert children in our classes.  We tried some unusual fruits to see which flavours we liked and might like to include in our smoothies. We now have a shopping list ready for our trip next week.   

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  • The school’s Christian values of love, honesty and respect are well expressed through its caring atmosphere. This impacts positively on the strong sense of belonging and supporting relationships evident across the school.

    SIAMs 2016

  • Teachers inspire pupils to learn.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Teachers model skills effectively across the curriculum and instil a desire to succeed.

    Ofsted 2018

  • There us a culture of aspiration and improvement across the school.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Relationships are strong and pupils’ good behaviour is reflected in a happy and caring atmosphere, with attendance that is well above the national average.

    SIAMs 2016

  • Provision for pupils who speak English as an additional language is strong.

    Ofsted 2018