Year 6 Transition to Malmesbury Secondary

For those of you in Year 6 who are looking forward to starting at Malmesbury Secondary next year, the school has put together a dedicated page on their site to help get you ready to start at your new school. You can find the page here: https://www.malmesbury.wilts.sch.uk/students/year-6-transition/ The page will be updated more information as the summer…

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Great Maths YouTube channels for upper KS2

For children curious about maths: Below are a few of the YouTube channels I’ve used in the past to teach new concepts and as extension activities in class. If you’re looking to spark your child’s curiosity or take their understanding of maths to the next level, these channels are a great place to start. Maths is actually…

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Luncheon Club Performance

Well done to all of our KS2 pupils who performed for the Luncheon Club at ‘The Fox and Hounds’ on Wednesday. The audience was treated to a varied line-up consisting of music, poetry, taekwondo, song, dance and jokes.  It was a really enjoyable event and pupils did Trinity proud.  Thank you to the pupils below for…

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‘The Snow Queen’

Take a look at some photos from our KS2 performance of ‘The Snow Queen’ at the end of last term.  Well done to all our fabulous performers for lighting up the stage.  You shone in every sense of the word and really brought our Winter adventure to life.  What stars!          …

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Rabbi Zvi’s visit

As part of our RE work on Judaism, KS2 were visited by Rabbi Zvi Solomons, who showed us artefacts from the Jewish faith, including his own Torah (as long as a football pitch!). We also found out about Jewish worship and took part in some important rituals.    

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Beech Class: 25th – 27th November Maths

For those who have missed a few days, and would like to catch up at home, below is some of the maths we’ve been working on. This week we’ve been dividing fractions by whole numbers. Some questions are incredibly simple: 6/4 ÷ 3 = 2/4 In this question, you are able to evenly distribute the numerator into…

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Mayan Workshops

Did you know that the Maya found crossed-eyes beautiful?  Or that they filed their teeth to sharp points?  Elm, Oak and Beech Classes had great fun learning about the Ancient Mayans with Sally Spade from the Drama Hut.  Thank you Sally!

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Netball Naturals

We had a great afternoon at the Hi-Five KLB tournament last Wednesday, our teams playing their socks off!  Our A Team won the Diamond League, drawing one and winning five of their matches.  Our B Team came second in the Silver Ferns League, winning five of their six games.  Well done to all of our…

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Thank you for the Harvest

What a wonderful harvest service we all enjoyed this afternoon.  We have been treated to some beautiful singing, funny and thought provoking poetry and reflective prayers.  Thank you to everyone who took part, everyone who made donations and to Hobbs House bakery for the harvest loaf. All your donations will be making their way to…

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Bishop Robert’s visit

We were very glad to welcome the Bishop of Tewkesbury, the Venerable Robert Springett, to Trinity this morning.  He talked to us about his role as a Bishop and lead a worship for us based on the story of Daniel and the lions’ den, which linked perfectly with this term’s theme, ‘Courage’.  

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