Sock Toy Ahoy

Oak Class have had great fun this week starting their sock puppets.  Lots of fantastic designs are now starting to take shape.  Oliver said, “I just love sewing!”  Naomi told us, “It’s really fun because you can make whatever you like and I like sewing on all the extras to make my design.”  It’s also…

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Science: Fantastic Forces

Oak Class had a fantastic Thursday afternoon when Dr. Maggie Beggs from Malmesbury Secondary School arrived with data loggers, pulleys, light gates, free-standing clamps and a host of other equipment! Martha said, “It was really fun and I liked learning about all the different ways you can use forces.”  Everyone got to try several activities. …

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Trinity Remembers

On Friday 9th November, the whole school paid tribute to those who have fallen in all wars and conflict, on all sides, since the Great War of 1914 – 18.  Our beautiful clay poppies are now displayed around the grave of Pte A.W. Hobbs, who died in action 100 years to the day when we…

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Poppy making with the Duchess of Beaufort

Our WW1 100th anniversary poppy making project is coming on brilliantly.  On Tuesday this week we were joined by the Duchess of Beaufort, who made a clay poppy which will join all those made by the children and staff at school in a spectacular display in the churchyard after half term.

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Trinity’s Football Superstars!

Our fantastic footballers enjoyed the English Schools FA small schools tournament at KLB yesterday, and only narrowly missed out on getting through to the regional final. They lost their first game 3-1 to the eventual winners, but then won 3-0 and 4-1 to finish 2nd overall.  Following the end of the tournament, the team played…

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Science: Float a Boat

In Science, we put our boat designs to the test to see which would hold the most marbles before sinking. An amazing 76 was the record! We learnt that the forces of gravity and upthrust were balanced when the boat was afloat. Surface area and the height of the sides were key to success.   

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KS2 Coleshill Trips

Pupils from Elm, Oak and Beech classes had a great day out last week at Coleshill Estate.  We learnt about Churchill’s ‘secret underground army’, the British resistance network set up in case of a German invasion.  Highlights were code-breaking and exploring the underground bunker.  What a fantastic insight into the world of espionage!

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Book Fair’s in Town

In case you haven’t seen all the posters around school, Trinity will be hosting the ‘Travelling Books’ Book Fair from the 8th to the 12th of October. Pop into the school library any day, next week, from 15:30-16:10 and grab yourself a bargain. Every book sold will help the school earn even more books for…

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Beech Class – Untold Tails of the Trenches 2: Life’s End

Life’s End Withered soldiers, rose to march. I wasn’t with them. I stayed in, Desperate to go home. My life was nearly over. As the lonesome shells crashed behind, We could only gaze ahead. *** When the horns of war sounded, The first of us Brits ran out, Bang! Bang! The first line gone, Men…

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Beech Class – Untold Tails of the Trenches 1: Blinded

Blinded The corrupted smell didn’t affect me. For I saw no further, I got up, walked out the door, As I was no observer. The street was colourless, no-one was there. Nothing left, not a single hair. I continued walking, I had nothing to fear. Because I didn’t know, death was near. I stopped for…

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