News: Year 4


Harvest Festival

21 October 2016

We would like to thank everybody, for their amazing contributions of food for our Harvest Festival celebrations. All contributions were collected by the Co-op, who are going to match all Co-op items and then distribute to the local food banks.

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Christmas Appeal

10 October 2016

Today we launched our Christmas shoe-box appeal. In today's assembly the charity explained the work that they do and how this benefits children in Eastern Europe. The children will be bringing home a leaflet, in the next week or so, explaining about the charity's work. "People say 'it's just a shoebox' but it isn't. It tells that child someone, somewhere, has done this for them; that someone cares about them." David Cooke Founder

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Open Clinic

30 September 2016

Today we held our first open clinic, which was very successful. The open clinic is an opportunity to speak to Mrs Buchanan in her roles as Special Educational Needs coordinator and Headteacher. Everybody is welcome and it is an opportunity to share your vision and hopes for the school, talk about any concerns you may have or just drop in for an informal chat. The next meeting is on Friday 25th November at 2pm.

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Macmillan Coffee morning

30 September 2016

We had a very enjoyable coffee morning today and I would like to say a huge thank you for all the donations of cakes. We raised £100 for this amazing charity.

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Gold Games Mark

26 September 2016

Today we heard the news that we have achieved the Gold School Games award. This is an amazing achievement, WELL DONE MRS WOOLLEY.

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Year 1 and Year 4 Arts Week

8 July 2016

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Meet the new Class Teacher

30 June 2016

Parents are invited to an open afternoon to meet with their child's new teacher. Session starts at 3pm.

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New Class Teachers for September 2016

24 June 2016

New class teachers for September 2016 have been published in this week's newsletter. Parents will have the opportunity to meet with their child's teacher on Thursday 30th June at 3pm.

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JLT Visit the Co-op

24 June 2016

This morning, the Junior Leadership Team (JLT) went to the Co-op in Chipping Norton. They told us how they are saving energy, making our planet greener and showed us some of their products. To sum this all up, I think it was an excellent morning out for the JLT. by Harry M Y6

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Everdon Assembly

20 June 2016

Year 4 children lead today's assembly. They explained all the wonderful activities that they did and what they learnt.

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Queen's tea party

17 June 2016

The Children had a lovely time celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday. Many thanks to Aldi for donating all the scones, jam, cream, juice and ice pops.

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Year 4 Everdon

8 June 2016

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School Dog

13 May 2016

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Year 3 and 4 Tennis

11 May 2016

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Helen Hovard

29 April 2016

Today we celebrated Helen's life in a whole school Mass. Helen we be greatly missed by all the staff and children at the school.

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After School Clubs start

18 April 2016

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Whole School Mass

15 April 2016

9.10 am Whole School Mass

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Easter Labyrinth

22 March 2016

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CO-OPERATIVE COMMUNITY CHOICES

11 March 2016

CO-OPERATIVE COMMUNITY CHOICES Holy Trinity School have been nominated in the top four community choices for March. If you have registered with the Co-op, you should receive an email towards the end of this month asking you to vote for your community choice. The prize money is £1,000. We would be grateful for as many votes as possible. Thank you!

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Chipping Norton Literary Festival

8 March 2016

The morning of Tuesday 8th of March began with the children from Years One to Three walking down to the town hall to take part in the Speech and Drama section of the Music Festival. All of the children had worked in groups of 15 to choose and recite a poem with actions. These were then performed on the town hall stage in front of an audience and a professional adjudicator. The adjudicator was really complementary about all the groups commenting upon how expressive the children were, how creative they had been with their movements and how well they used their voices to ‘bring the poems to life’. During the afternoon, the children from Year 4 attended the same event, listening to and performing in front of children from other schools. The adjudicator commented upon the excellent timing and vocal patterns and the clarity of the words being spoken. All the children thoroughly enjoyed having the opportunity to perform on the beautiful town hall stage in front of a large audience. A big thank you to the Music Festival organisers for providing our children with this enriching opportunity each year.

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Fairtrade Bake Off

7 March 2016

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World Book Day

3 March 2016

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Living Rainforest trip

2 March 2016

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Fairtrade Fortnight

29 February 2016

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Chinese New Year

15 February 2016

All the classes celebrated the start of the Chinese New Year.

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Neasden Temple

10 February 2016

As part of our Multi-Faith Week, Years 3 and 4 visited the Hindu Temple in Neasden. Here are some of the children's comments: "It was really fun and interesting.” Chelsea and Zoe, Y4 ‘It was fun, I liked seeing the gates open in front of the Gods in the Mandir’ Samuel, Y3 ‘It was exciting when the doors opened and I heard the horns’ Henry Y3 ‘I liked the exhibition, it was very interesting’ Sophie, Y3 ‘I enjoyed learning about the role of the different Gods’ Isla, Y3 ‘I thought the temple was very beautiful’ Felix Y3

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Good Shepherd Assembly

8 February 2016

The children have being preparing for Lent and thinking about their Lenten promises. The Good Shepherd boxes have been sent home this week.

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Sing Up Afternoon

3 February 2016

On Wednesday 3rd February, the whole school took part in the National Sing Up afternoon. We worked in different groups and learnt different songs. After that, we all gathered together in the school hall and sang all of the songs together. We had songs from movies, response songs, pop and songs in a round. It was a fabulous experience. My favourite song was probably Roar! By Cheska, Year 5

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