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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Running away with it!

Many congratulations to our fantastic cross country runners, who all did an amazing job at Little Stoke Park last week. With over 20 children representing the school across years 4 to 6, everyone worked hard to gain points towards the team scores. Results for Trinity were: Year 4 boys – George and Benji came 18th…

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Amazing Athletes

We had a great afternoon at KLB taking part in the ‘Quadkids’ competition.  What more could you want on a lovely sunny day?  We competed in 4 disciplines – a 50m sprint, 400m run, vortex throw and long jump.  At the end we did a relay which Trinity won!  We came 5th overall out of…

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K’nex County Finals

William and Rory took part in the K’nex County Finals on Tuesday, having won the school competition last year.  The challenge was to build an arm that could move (for possible use by surgeons) with just an hour to do it!  The boys rose to the challenge and their model included wheels (so the model…

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Bletchley Codebreakers

Years 5 and 6 enjoyed a fabulous day at Bletchley Park this Tuesday.  We put our codebreaking skills to the test and learnt about the crucial role intelligence played in the success of the D-Day landings.  It was a real treat learning about figures such as Alan Turing and Mavis Batey, brilliant minds that cracked…

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Archery Tournament

Last Thursday, we took a team to an archery competition at KLB Secondary School.  It was a brilliant afternoon and great fun.  We even had some coaching and top tips from national coaches.  The targets got smaller as the afternoon went on.  We came 5th overall out of 8 schools attending.  Well done to Henry…

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Disability Workshop: Challenging Stereotypes

Five pupils from Oak class gave a brilliant presentation to parents, friends and teachers earlier in the term about disabilities – both visible and invisible.  Arlo, Daisy, Elliott, Isla and Holly asked us lots of thought-provoking questions and shared the stories of some incredible people.  The message we all left with was very inspiring!  Thank…

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The Daily Mile

The first week back after Easter saw the launch of the Daily Mile in Oak Class.  We will be doing this every day, rain or shine throughout the summer term.  It’s great because it gets you fit and gets you outside.  Even our teachers are running it!  Every week we change the course and some…

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Level 3 School Games Netball Tournament

On Thursday 25th April we went to the Level 3 School Games netball tournament at Bristol Grammar School.  We knew the competition would be stiff and went for the experience as several of our players were playing tag-rugby at the same time. We played seven games and lost all seven.  However, we still had a…

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