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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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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Rock The Boat

Lights, camera, action!  Well done to all of our fabulous actors who took to the stage last week in our production of ‘Rock The Boat’.  The acting, singing and dancing were superb and we are proud of all of you.  A huge thank you to all parent helpers and our wonderful pianist, Jo Luddington.  

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Awesome Activity Days

Children from Elm and Oak classes have been enjoying their two activity days this week. Yesterday, they visited Navy Wings and the Fleet Air Arm Museum down in Yeovilton and today they have been to look around the Underfall Boat Yard in Bristol, enjoyed a leisurely cruise on the Avon and challenged themselves physically with…

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Sports Day

On your marks, get set, go!  A brilliant afternoon was had on Friday at our Sports Day.  Well done to all of our athletes for great sportsmanship and giving 100%.  Congratulations to Red House who won the cup this year.  Trophies were awarded to Jemima, Sam and Isobel for outstanding contributions to Team Trinity –…

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Countryside Learning Day

Years 4 and 6 had a great day out at Badminton Estate last week, learning lots about the countryside and farming.  We were treated to a tour of the kennels and stables, met Gary and Murphy the dog and learnt about crops and how the forest is managed.  We even had a race with Murphy…

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Science Fair 2019

This morning Key Stage 2 assembled in the hall to display all the terrific hard work they have been putting in to their science fair displays. We were treated to a huge range of scientific enquiry skills and some fascinating questioning, from the effects of deforestation to what makes the most efficient paper plane, from…

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What’s the Big Idea?

Elm class have been enjoying philosophy sessions throughout the year with Laura Griffin, who works in The Hague for The International Baccalaureate organisation, and was brought up in Acton Turville. We’ve been thinking about some of life’s big questions, linked to our Rainforest topic for the first part of the year.  Since Easter, we’ve been…

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