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Holy Trinity RC Primary School

Holy Trinity
Roman Catholic Primary School

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Events and News

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  • 07/10/21

    Viking Day in Class 4

    Class 4 have had an amazing day with a difference. Hrothgar the Viking paid them a visit to teach them all about Viking life and death. It really brought history to life. The Year 5 and 6 pupils got the chance to explore a Viking camp, set up in the hall for the day, as well as l...
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  • 16/07/21

    Leavers' Mass

    .The school year comes to a close in this coming week and I’m sure that staff and pupils alike don’t want to experience such a year ever again! ‘Staggered starts’, ‘bubbles’, ‘masks’, ‘live-streaming’, ‘social distancing...
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  • 13/05/21

    Cake Sale

    Next Thursday we plan to have a cake sale in aid of Mary's Meals. We are asking our families to donate buns or cakes to school.  We will sell these at break time to raise money for this charity.  There is information of the website https://www.marysmeals.org.uk/ In the month...
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  • 19/04/21

    Summer School Applications for FISHER MORE

    Summer School Applications for FISHER MORE, a booking form, and all information about Summer school is included within this link. https://www.fishermore.lancs.sch.uk/page/?title=Summer+School+2021&pid=494
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  • 21/03/21

    Pre School Opens in September

    Our Pre-school children participate fully in all aspects of school life and are introduced to the Holy Trinity experience in a spacious, warm and inspiring environment, nurtured by a team of very experienced and well qualified Early Years staff. From the beginning of their time with us, children...
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  • 03/02/21

    Children's Mental Health Week

    The theme of this year's Children’s Mental Health Week is Express Yourself. Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing ac...
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  • 18/01/21

    Wellbeing support line for health and social care workers

    Samaritans have launched new, confidential support lines for health and social care workers and volunteers based in England and Wales The support lines are run by Samaritans and all calls are answered by trained Samaritans volunteers, who provide confidential, non-judgmental support. If you...
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  • 15/01/21

    Support young people’s mental health and wellbeing

    Kooth.com is commissioned by the NHS, Local Authorities, charities and businesses to provide anonymous and personalised mental health support for Children and Young People. With over 4000 logins per day, they provide end to end support whatever the need. Please see information below...
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  • 11/01/21

    Suspected coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Important information to keep you safe while isolating at home
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  • 11/12/20

    Keep Safe

    I’ve attached updated communication for pupils and their families/carers  about the new Government rules to help us stay safe and the support which is available to families in Pendle.  It includes new advice about ventilation to help reduce the spread of Covid-19.  
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  • 25/11/20

    Anti Bullying Day

    On Friday we had an anti bullying day in school.  Every class in the school had a lesson about what bullying is and how to stop it happening in our school. All our bubbles  participated in a variety of friendship themed activities throughout the day. They came to school dre...
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  • 14/10/20

    National School Breakfast Programme - Covid response

    Our school has signed up to receive free healthy breakfast food as part of the Covid response offer, under the National School Breakfast Programme (NSBP), which is being delivered by the charities Family Action and Magic Breakfast.  As part of this government funded programme, schools can choo...
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