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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Inspired and inspiring…

What a creative lot!  Check out some of Oak Class’ pyramid Mayan temples that have been brought in for homework. We have loved finding out about the different stages in making them.  A great start to our Mayan topic!

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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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Sevington Victorian School

Beech and Oak Classes have had a fabulous Victorian school experience at Sevington this week.  After a boot inspection, pupils learnt the 3 Rs and got to grips with a quill and ink.  Children also considered how to honour their parents by being helpful!  The boys got their hands dirty pulling up weeds and made…

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Thrills and Spills

‘Best day ever!’  We spent a brilliant morning at Robin Hill Country Park, highlights being Jungle Heights and Colossus, the pirate ship.  Tug of War also proved pretty popular and ended in a draw – 1 to the boys, 1 to the girls.  We splashed the afternoon away bodyboarding 🙂  No residential is complete without…

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Here Comes the Sun

Another beautiful sunny day on the island!  We had a rip-roaring time at the zoo, followed by a great afternoon on the beach.  After dinner we had evening entertainments, which are fast becoming a Trinity tradition.  Dancing, jokes, singing and taekwondo were all on the menu!  We ended the evening ten-pin bowling.  Not at all competitive……

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All Right On The Isle of Wight

We’re on island time!  Years 5 and 6 have had a fantastic start to their residential trip, getting here on the ferry being an experience in itself.  Highlights have included exploring Carisbrooke Castle (and learning about its ghostly inhabitants), having a blast at laser quest and some good old fashioned fun with buckets and spades. …

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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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Wear Wellies for Winston’s Wish

We had a wonderful welly themed day on Friday to raise money for Winston’s Wish, a charity that supports bereaved children and their families.  Welly croquet and welly wanging were on the menu, as were welly shaped biscuits and jelly for lunch.  The day was finished in style with a ‘What’s in the Welly?’ contestant…

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