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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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A Sporty Start to the Term

Welcome back to a sunny start to Term Six. Year Six have been very busy and active during the first Terrific Thursday of the term.

Football!

The children in Year Six had to apply their football skills within a game scenario. It looked like great fun!

The Start of a Stadium!

The children have been given a task; to design, then make a paper model Olympic stadium for the track and field events. Mr Smit provided a prototype and the children spent this week designing their track and field layout.

Mr Smit’s model prototype.

Tegan and Freya working hard on their designs.

Reuben’s design.

 

Drawing in Proportion:

The children have been exploring how to draw humans with careful consideration being used so that their parts are in the correct proportion! The children will build upon this over the next enrichment days in order to draw a person competing in an Olympic event.

Prabhnoor’s, Anya’s, Ruby’s and Millen’s drawings.

 

In preparation for next week’s focus on refugees the children have explored various concepts, including what it would be like to be a refugee. They reflected on the Pixar animation entitled ‘Wind’ and how this relates to being a refugee.

 

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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.

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