We have had so much fun at Holy Trinity over the last few weeks with our Christmas Celebrations! We all thoroughly enjoyed our Reception and Key Stage 1 Nativity and our Festive Lunch. We even had a visit from Father Christmas to deliver us some presents.
Year 3 entertained us with their fashion show assembly at the beginning of December. They told us all about their learning based on America and sang beautifully to us.
Picasso Class presented a wonderful class assembly to share some of their learning. They spoke about Article 2 of the UNCRC and about friendship and Anti-Bullying. Below are some photos of their assembly.
We raised money for Children in Need by dressing in our pyjamas or as children who rocked the 80s and paid £1. We also held a cake sale after school. Look at the photographs below to see some of our fabulous outfits.
We always enjoy raising money for Children in Need at Holy Trinity, as we consider it a very worthy cause. We kickstarted our fundraising with the sale of Pudsey ears, wristbands and badges, followed by a sleepover for children in Years 4 to 6. We had lots of fun playing games, decorating biscuits and doing craft activities and enjoyed films in our rooms with
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We were very fortunate to be invited to the Civic Suite in Catford to meet the new young mayor of Lewisham-Laurelle and some of her advisors. She spoke to us about her role and we also had a question and answer session with the Mayor of Lewisham. The Head Boy and Girl and their deputies were lucky enough to attend.
Year 3 have been learning about America as part of their cross-curricular learning. They celebrated some of their learning with America Day, where parents were invited to share some food, drink and activities.
Roots of Empathy is an evidence-based classroom program that has shown significant effect in reducing levels of aggression and bullying among school children while raising social/emotional competence and increasing empathy. Year 4 are very fortunate to be involved in this programme and met baby Ayla for the first time on Thursday. They will look forward to meeting her each week.
Year 6 presented a fascinating class assembly to introduce the UNICEF Rights for Children ‘The Right to an Education.’ We learnt about some children across the world who struggle to go to school and the reasons why this may be. The singing was beautiful and we are looking forward to hearing a great deal more as we embark on our journey to becoming a
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We are so lucky to have had a visit from Daryll Neita, the British Athlete who won in the 4x100m at the World Championships in London-Summer 2017 and who won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. She spoke to all the children about her journey to becoming an athlete and the hard work, determination and resilience this takes. The children asked her
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