This week's discussion to have with your families is...
Who was the legendary figure and why is he the nation's patron saint?
From the history behind the dragon-slayer, to the global celebrations, here is everything you need to know about St George's Day; also known as 'The Feast of St George' to Christians.
Below are powerpoints, activity packs, songs, stories/videos and a newspaper report (aimed at KS2) to do your research and find out lots of information about the patron saint.
Any work completed on St George please send in as we would all like to see! You may even fancy being St George yourself for the day and dress-up as the gallant knight himself. If you do, send in your photographs to be uploaded. As always - have fun!
A humongous well done to all these children who have been working hard, at home, on their new topics - what a great start!
'A Homophone Story' by Ava B in Class 3.
Archie, Class 3.
Hannah, Class 3.
Mrs Hadwick has uploaded your music sessions for this term; you will find these in the Music folder. Sing and play away!
Impressive work, sent in by children working from home, kick-starts this term's topics on: The Seaside (KS1) and From Source to Sea (KS2). Thank you for sending in these wonderful pieces and photographs.
It's a real pleasure to display your high standard of work which is being achieved at home; your beaming smiles of success says it all - a truly super effort everyone! Keep them coming in.
Amy, Class 3.
Ava B, Class 3.
William, Class 2.
From all of us at Trinity Primary School, we would like to wish Her Majesty the Queen a very 'Happy Birthday' who is 94 today!
Have a go at these riddles and then post some of your own for friends to answer. Have fun!
All streets, No people
Riddle 1: Where can you find cities, towns, shops and streets but no people?
A Wet One
Riddle 2: What becomes wetter the more it dries?