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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

Erupting Learning and Planting

While home learning continues, some of our pupils continue to do great work and do different things besides Maths or English…

Charlie and his brother created a science experiment using vinegar and baking soda. Take a look…

Then Charlie completed a Friday Maths challenge by using different smaller shapes to create bigger ones.

On the other end, Tomiwa decided to start planting and caring for plants…

We look forward to seeing how your seedlings develop. 

  • Mrs Denise m Venison 11 months ago
    Some more exciting things going on in yr6 homes. Not sure about the exploding volcano indoors though. Lol. Keep up the good work. Always a pleasure to look at your work on the blog. Love Mrs Venison xx
  • Mrs Denise m Venison 10 months ago
    Hi All Yr 6, I have really enjoyed reading through your blog and seeing some of your home learning and your lovely faces. I'd like to take this opportunity to wish you all the very best as you take the next step in your education journey. I wish I could be there to hug you all but we know that's not allowed so I'll send a virtual hug. Good luck love you all Mrs Venison xx😘🙋‍♀️

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