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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

Easter Extravaganza!

How many of Miss Read's Easter puns can you spot in the blog post?

It has been our last week of the Easter term and we couldn't break up without a few Easter activities and surprises! 

Merlins have been working eggs-treming hard this term and managed to fill up their pompom jar.  They had an egg-citing Easter egg hunt on Wednesday.  Unfortnately, it was raining but Miss Read and Mrs Rushen made good use of the classroom and egg-cellently hid the Easter eggs.  Merlins managed to find 28 out of the 30 after looking high and low.  Merlins ate their eggs and enjoyed a delicious krispey cake from Mrs Rushen.









Both classes enjoyed making some egg-stravagent Easter cards.  Sparrows did some egg-citing Easter activities, including colourings and a pass the parcel game.

We finished the week with the Easter bonnet parade on the playground.  Year 1 created some egg-cellent bonnets and wore them with pride as they paraded around the playground.
















Although they were all brilliant, the winner for Year 1 was Isla in Sparrows.  Well done!

We hope you have an egg-cellent Easter and a well earned rest ready for some more egg-citing learning in Term 5!

How many puns did you spot?


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