Industrial Action 05.07.23 & 07.07.23
Industrial Action 5th & 7th July
Important dates for the diary!
Next Friday, May 5th, we will be celebrating the Coronation of King charles III. Children may come to school in non-uniform (red,white and blue if possible). During the day there will be a range of planned activities to celebrate this historic occasion. There will also be a special dinner for this day and if it is nice we hope to have this outside. If your child has a packed lunch then you can order a dinner for this day by replying to the text that was sent out yesterday. Children already on school dinners will receive this automatically.
Industrial Action 27.04.23 and 02.05.23
Industrial Action 28.02.23
**Parental Christmas craft afternoon - Monday, December 12th - 1:30 pm **
All parents/carers are invited into school next week (years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6) to spend some time with their children, completing Christmas crafts. We would love to see as many of you as possible. On arrival please report to the main office.
Industrial Action 27/04/2023 & 02/05/2023
Parents evenings will take place on Wednesday, November 23rd and Thursday, November 24th. Both nights will be from 3:30 until 6:00 and will be in person within school. The booking system will go live a week on Wednesday, November 9th at 5:00 pm and a text will be sent home for you to follow the link on that day. Looking forward to seeing everyone within school once again.
Following the sad news last week of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, her state funeral has now been confirmed as Monday 19th September. This has been declared a bank holiday and schools and many businesses will be closed so that the nation can commemorate the Queen and show their respect and gratitude for her service. Therefore, Holy Trinity School will be closed for both students and staff on Monday 19th September. School will re-open as normal the following day, Tuesday 20th September.
New Mural in school!
We are delighted with our new mural in school created by the very talented Evan Barlow who is a former pupil of the school. Can you spot the many landmarks around school and the city? Mrs. kirkham also makes an appearance. Thanks again Evan and we look forward to you coming into school to work with the children.
This Friday (June 24th) we will be celebrating our very own Manchester Day within school following the city centre celebrations last weekend. Throughout the day, all year groups will be studying different aspects of our wonderful city including: architecture, street art, sporting achievements, famous people and the wondefrul music to name but a few. We love being from Manchester and we will celebrate this on Friday! All children can come to school on Friday in non-uniform (Sensible footwear though please as there may well be some sporting activites and dancing involved throughout the day.)
Y6 KS2 SATs presentation for parents/carers who were unable to attend the meeting in school.
Eid Day Celebration
A huge thank you to all of the parents who helped to support the Eid Day celebrations. The children had a fantastic time and they really enjoyed sampling the amazing food. We could not have achieved this without you.
The staff and children really appreciate your support.
Newsletter 23rd April 2021
Important Parent Letter
Home Learning Celebration Assembly - March 5th
Home Learning Celebration Assembly - February 26th
Home Learning Celebration Assembly - February 11th
Home Learning Celebration Assembly - February 5th
Home Learning Celebration Assembly - January 29th
Home Learning Celebration Assembly
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Newsletter - October 9th
Newsletter - October 2nd
Newsleter - September 25th
Newsletter - September 18th
Newsletter - September 7th
Yesterday saw record rainfall levels for a single day in the local area and unfortunately the school was flooded, affecting several classrooms. The staff have worked incredibly hard to begin the clean up operation and hopefully we will have the classrooms up and running again soon.
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As you can see we have a large number of Easter Eggs that have been donated to school for our children. We will be sending text messages home to inform you when you can come and safely collect them from school.
World Book Day
We had a great time celebrating World Book Day in school last week. We came dressed in Pajamas, welcomed 84 parents into school for a bedtime story and completed a range of activities linked to books across the school. Also, a huge well done to the parents and children who won our reading competitions across the school. Certificates and prizes were awarded in assembly on Monday.
Ash Wednesday Mass
Thank you to Father Paul for inviting us to church for Mass on Ash Wednesday as we begin our Easter celebrations.
Pancake day in the Nursery
The Nursery had a great time celebrating Pancake and Play day with our parents. We read a story called 'The Big Pancake' in literacy, we made some pretend pancakes from playdough, and for maths we practised counting out different amounts of toppings. The most popular activity was definitely the eating of some pancakes- they were delicious!
Internet Safety Day
On Tuesday, we spent a day learning about how to stay safe when using the Internet. From Nursery to year 6, we focused on our online identity and looked at ways in which we could express ourselves online without providing any personal details that strangers could use to identify us. We also discussed how our online behaviour can effect others and the importance of speaking to an adult if we feel uncomfortable from any comments or materials we view online. If parents would like more information about staying safe online then please go to the parents section and then E- Safety.
Nursery Internet Safety Song
Year 3 Trips
Last week, Year 3 visited Manchester Art Gallery and Central Library where they completed work linked to their work around Ancient Greece. Within the gallery, some groups built the Parthenon using the gallery building itself as inspiration whilst some used the paintings within the gallery to retell the story of Troy. When visiting Central library, some groups made their own Greek gods whilst others made a stop frame animation movie depicting Greek gods. Below are a few pictures and videos from the day.
Stop Frame Animation
Y3 stop frame animation 2 (2).MOV
Chinese New Year Arts
On the 28th January, Holy Trinity celebrated the Chinese New Year through the arts.
Activities included making paper lanterns, learning the skills of Chinese calligraphy, dance, origami rats and Qigong!
Take a look at pictures from the day:
Green Behaviour Reward
Well done to all the children who received their green behaviour reward just before Christmas. The children were entertained by Magic Phillip and you can tell by the children's faces that everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. We start again after Christmas and we are currently looking at what the next treat will be at half term.
Thank you to all the Parents/Carers who joined us in church today for our Christmas service. The singing was absolutely beautiful, filling the church whilst the readers were confident and clear as they told us the Christmas story. Well done children and thank you once again to Father Paul for opening the church for us today.