Mexican ‘Restaurant Experience’

On Tuesday 16th January, the School Council organised a Mexican ‘Restaurant Experience’ for us.  Not only was the food delicious, we were also treated to Mexican music and dance!  We look forward to the next one!

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Oak Class Assembly

On Friday 12th January we performed our ‘Stone Age’ class assembly.  Mammoth Hunt, The Paleolithic Rap, a fashion show, a dance routine and ‘We Will Rock You’ were just some of the highlights.  Well done everyone!

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Ash Class Castle Cooking and Clay Tiles

This term Ash class will be making plaited seeded loaves and castle shaped clay tiles during the Friday morning activity sessions. Look out for freshly baked loaves coming home in the school bags!   

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March of the Penguins

You may of noticed that the library has become home to some beautiful willow framed penguins. These were produced as part of our Pole to Pole topic last term with the help and support of Mrs Stratton. The children in Ash class all contributed to the construction of the penguins during their Friday morning activity…

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FOS Festivities

We look forward to seeing those of you who are attending the KS1 Nativity Performances on 5th or 6th December, where you will be able to pre-order your Nativity photos and school tea towels as well as purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a Christmas Hamper. Please join us for our Christmas Festivities…

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Children in Need Fun!

On Friday 17th November, Trinity School Council organised some fun activities for Children in Need. There was an obstacle course, a Pudsey Bear treasure hunt, design your own Pudsey bear activity and lots and lots of spots!  We raised £184.35, well done everyone!  

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FOS Quiz Night Success

Many congratulations to the winning staff team (pictured above), our children’s education is clearly in the right hands! FOS Quiz Night has kick started our fundraising year with a fantastic £671, many thanks to everyone who supported this event.

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Renewing the Library

We have had our whole library refurbished! Stores of new books have been added. Tatty old copies have been replaced and the shelving has been updated to accommodate a brand new sorting system. This has all come to fruition thanks to the efforts of Mrs White and Mrs Lane, to whom we are eternally grateful. If you…

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Something Wicked This Way Comes

On Wednesday afternoon, we were treated to an immersive performance by the Young Shakespeare Company. On the table today was the famous tragedy, Macbeth,  the Scottish Play. There were frights, laughs, shocks and more as the tapestry of this legendary tale was woven before our very eyes. The whole event was amazing; a perfect introduction to the timeless…

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Remembering the Fallen

On Friday, Key Stage Two visited the church to remember those who gave their lives in the two World Wars. It was a very solemn time, but a necessary reminder of the price of freedom. Below are some of the children’s poems and thoughts: People excited to go to war, Most not coming back, Dark…

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