This week we were delighted to welcome poet Matt Abbott to school to write poetry with children across the school. On Wednesday he worked with Year 6 and they have written a collaborative poem which will soon be shared in video form and be put on display in the school. […]
Our friends from Hedingham and St. Andrew’s Churches have spent the day with Years 3 and 4 making and decorating a selection of Christian crosses from around the world. The children have learned about the different representations and the history behind Christian crosses from places including Italy, Ethiopia and Jerusalem. […]
Well done to the High 5 netball team for successfully competing at the Level 1 tournament at Ramsey. And well done to all the cross country runners for competing in the Level 2 competition at Tabor Academy. Superb performances all round.
For Red Nose Day 2019 the children did funny things for money and came to school dressed in red! There was also a parent-led cake sale after school. You were all amazing! Sponsorship is still coming in (all back by Monday 1st April please!) so we’ll not have a total […]
Well done to all the children in Key Stage 2 who competed in the Level 1 cross country competition at Ramsey Academy today. Amazing performances throughout, and a particular well done to the Year 3 and Year 4 girls and boys teams who all qualify for the finals later this […]
Yesterday Octopus Class had a great time finding out about and experimenting with magnets and many different types of metal. They all enjoyed meeting ‘Spider Magnet’ who did whatever a spider magnet does, and clung on to the underside of the table…
What an eventful end of term! There was Christmas lunch where our amazing kitchen staff managed to produce three times as much food as usual all within the same time frame and to as high a standard as ever. Thank you! Thanks also to the PTFA who provided the festive […]
Take a bowl and throw in candy canes, marshmallows, smarties, biscuits and chocolate. Mix in the Christmas cheer and you have a festive tray bake! Happy Christmas from Octopus Class! (A reminder from Mrs Day that it is Octopus Class party on Monday 17th December…bring in your party clothes & […]
Thank you to everyone who supported our Children In Need events last week. Together we have raised over £300 which will go towards supporting 2,400 projects all across the UK. The projects Children In Need fund help children facing a range of disadvantages for example poverty and deprivation; children who […]
This afternoon Year 3 made Stonehenge out of a variety of biscuits. They needed all of the Trinity Street qualities to help them, especially resilience! Miss Todd played the part of head judge and gave the children feedback about their creations. We then all enjoyed a biscuit. Well done Year […]
To mark tomorrow’s Royal Wedding we held a special ‘Wedding Breakfast’ at lunchtime, hung bunting across the playground, and spent the afternoon playing traditional British playtime games outside. The weather helped, of course, but it was lovely to see children from across the age groups mixing together to enjoy games […]
This morning the children enjoyed taking part in EROF (Everybody Reading On Field). Even though the weather wasn’t quite as nice as it has been, the children still took to the field and read their favourite books with the rest of the school. It was lovely to see our older […]
Years 3/4 have been walking in the footsteps of the Ancient Egyptians.Dressed as explorers, mummies, Cleopatras and Pharaohs, the children have enjoyed quizzes, games, explored artefacts and learnt about the ancient art of mummification!