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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Late Night and a Water Fight

This Friday, all of Year 6 took part in both a massive water fight and an exciting sleepover at Holy Trinity. These will be memories they will never forget.

At the end of the day, we took a break from our rehearsals and headed outside for a little fun. We filled up our canisters and pumped our water guns, ready for the upcoming battle. Then it began!

The Year 6s had an amazing time that they will never forget. Many people got drenched and lots of fun was had by all.

That evening, we met again at 7 o’clock at Holy Trinity to begin our sleep over. We started by having a run around outside and having a bit of fun. Then as it began to get darker, we headed into the Hall for a movie. Afterward, we settled down and our sleep over officially began.

Year 6 had a lovely Friday at Holy Trinity this week. We’ve created memories that they will never forget.

  • Student 2 months ago
    Very good year sixes are making memories of their last year in primary school 👍🏽👍🏽

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