Easter number raffle raised £332 . A big thank you to everyone who took part. From the school association.
It has been lovely to see the use of the rainbow as a symbol of hope. The children at Holy Trinity has created some and displayed them for people outside our school to see.
Whilst the school has been closed, Mr Bicknell has been preparing the new growing area.
Thank you to everybody who helped raise over £400 for sport relief. As part of the day, we challenged the children to travel as far as they could around Tom's Track, in the hope of at least surpassing the eight celebrities' 100mile distance in the 'heat is on' challenge. We are pleased to say that the children smashed that and ammased over 530miles!
We had a lovely day celebrating books and it was wonderful to see so many children and staff dressed as their favourite characters. The day was a great opportunity to share and create stories.
92 children joined us for Books at Bed Time, to hear stories read by members of staff and share a hot chocolate, thanks to the School Association.
We are delighted to announce that Holy Trinity has been chosen to be apart of the Yeovil Town Football Club's 'Adopt-a-School Programme.' On Thursday we were visited by coach, Lewis Winter along with two players: Matt Worthington and Tom Whelan who presented the school with T-shirts, some free tickets and a signed first-team shirt to an upcoming game.
We are looking forward to continuing our partnership with them.
On Tuesday, we welcomed Jo Saddler, a professional willow sculpture to help create a new, wonderful space for out outdoor area. A team of year 5/6 children were shown the initial design and techniques to help create the dome, and the were then able to lead other members of years 5 and 6 to its completion; we look forward to it blossoming over the coming months.
Today we had our Work of the Term Worship, where we celebrated children who have been excellent role models. We also introduced our new Sports Awards which were in recognition this term for repect in sports performances. Three of our children also won our purple ticket award for effort in their classes.
Today we invited parents and friends of the school to listen to Christmas Carols and look at the Christmas Art that the children have produced. Holy Trinity Choir also sung to parents at the end of the event and were brilliant!
Our whole school worship today was led by a group of children called the 'Eco Kids' who have been inspired by our value of being responsible and how we can responsibly look after our beautiful planet. They presented to the school some important messages on how we could make a difference in a responsible and respectful way to our planet. We are very proud of them and look forward to the fund raising ideas they are developing.
Holy Trinity Church School gathered together as a whole community by our Labyrinth. Each class from 5-14 completed a reading and a member from each class walked the laybrinth to lay a wreath. It is such an important time to reflect on the importance of never forgetting.
Holy Trinity Church School's choir joined Holy Trinity Beavers, Holy Trinity Cubs and Holy Trinity Scouts for the Remembrance service at Holy Trinity Church. It was a very poignant moment to be reminded of the sacrifice people have made, are making and will make for our freedom.
Thank you to our Year 2 children for leading our special Harvest worship, and to all the parents, grandparents and friends of the school who joined us. Also, thank you to all the people who donated to the Lord's Larder.
A big thank you to the School Association for providing every child an ice cream.