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PTFA Christmas Bazaar Poster 2014 WEB

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Art Week!

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Holy Trinity Alien Author Adventure!

Autumn 2014 Book Front WEB   Autumn 2014 Book Trail WEB

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Coming Up!

PTFA Quiz 2015 WEB

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Tabecat Says...

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Ofsted

Following our recent inspection we are delighted to announce that Ofsted has judged Holy Trinity to be a ‘Good’ school in an overall very positive report.

You can download and read the report via this page.

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An aerial view of Holy Trinity Primary School, Halstead.

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Hedgehog Class’s Activities (WkBeg 24.11.14)

Miss Presland has had a wonderful first week with Hedgehog class. She has been so impressed by how settled and hard working the children are. This week we have been continuing our number work, looking at the number 6! See if you can spot any of the numbers 1-6 at home!We have started to talk …

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Seven Short Films By Dragonfly Class

To create these seven films the children in Dragonfly Class thought about the animals to use, painted them and cut them out, performed the puppeteering and filmed it, edited the videos, and finally added captions and sound. This is fantastic for children in Year 2 and we are very proud of them. Special thanks to …

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Art Week Made Permanent!

The self portraits created in Art Week with artist Sophie Fox have been scanned and printed onto metal sheets by Solar Graphics and fixed to the playground fence! They brighten the playground enormously and we’re very excited about them – we can’t wait for the children to see! Print PDF

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Hedgehog Class’s Activities (Wk Beg 17.11.14)

What a busy week! The children had lots of fun with Mr Smith retelling the story of the Owl Babies. Following on from this the children developed their fine motor skills when creating their own owl mask. We talked about the difference between fiction and non-fiction texts, looking at the layout and illustrations etc. The …

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