We had an important Water Safety assembly from our local lifeguards, in partnership with the RNLI, our community heroes!
Holy Trinity in the Community Week!
This week, our whole school learned about community. We discussed what community means to them, why community is so important, who and what is in our local community, and importantly we thought about how we could help the people in our local community.
Years 5 and 6 visit the RNLI
Pupils in years 5 and 6 found out about some of the incredible local heroes and all of the amazing work that they do. They took packages of goodies as a big thank you.
EYFS visit the local environment
EYFS pupils, as part of their learning about our community and Autumn, visited our local park, and after collecting autumn treasures had a fabulous time using the play equipment! They had super ideas about how to look after our local park.
Years 3 and 4 visit a local nursery
Years 3 and 4 visited some of the youngest members of our community! We read stories to them, played with them, modelling good language skills, and helped them outside with team games and climbing! We were very excited to meet their chickens too!
KS1 visit St Luke's Foodbank
Years one and two had a fantastic morning at St Luke's learning all about their food bank and how they help our community.
Years 5 and 6 Local Care Home Visit
As part of our community week, Y5/6 dropped some personal cards and messages along with a care package of goodies to the residents at The Anchorage care home in our local community. They were met by Steph who told our pupils all about the fantastic work they do there.
EYFS meet community heroes!
Pupils in EYFS met some of our local community heroes and learned about their important work. Thank you to our local dental nurse and Saughall Massie Firefighters!
As part of our community week, F2 and F1 had visitor today from Jackson’s Animal Rescue. The children learnt about how the charity care for poorly hedgehogs in our local area and had a go at feeding toy baby hedgehogs. Thank you to Jackson's Rescue and the families who donated items for the hedgehogs!
KS1 donate to the book swap
Year 1 Sports Festival
Year 1 travelled on the train to West Kirby Concourse to take part in a Wirral Sports Festival! They had a brilliant time, trying karate, badminton and multi-skills.
Eco Club Hard At Work
Our Eco warriors are determined to look after all creatures, great and small. They have involved the whole school in the RSBP bird watch and to support our local bird life they have made and hung bird feeders around our school ground. Great work eco club!
We are so happy to welcome a very special dog, Otis to our school community. Otis lives in Hoylake with one our brilliant pupils, Poppy. Otis LOVES stories, so he will be joining us each week to hear pupils across the school read.
West kirby grammar school's Primary Maths Challenge
Some of our hard working years five and six pupils took part in West Kirby Grammar School's 'Primary School Maths Challenge', which was designed by their year 11 pupils. What a great way to apply and stretch our maths skills and meet other pupils in the local community.
F2 Visit Hoylake Library
We had a fabulous time visiting Laura at Hoylake Library. Laura read us a story 'The Cave' and then we made some masks based on the characters in the story. We each got a copy of the book to take home and membership forms to join the library. F2 love reading, so this was a real treat!
F2 Christmas Delivery!
F2 have worked hard making and writing Christmas cards for their families. We were able to buy stamps from Hoylake post office and post our letters in the local post box. We hope that our Hoylake post man or lady doesn't mind that they may be a little damp!
Holy Trinity Visits the Panto!
The whole school had a special Christmas treat for their hard work throughout Autumn term and we all went on a visit to the Floral Pavillion theatre in New Brighton. We enjoyed an amazing production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and as usual, our pupils represented our school brilliantly with their behaviour, manners and attitudes.
Hoylake Christmas Light Switch on
Our amazing school choir wowed the crowds with their singing at the Hoylake Christmas Lights Switch On! They did a wonderful job of spreading Christmas cheer in our community, we are so very proud.
Local Author Visit
We were delighted to welcome a local author, Susanne Schroder, to our school. Susanne shared her Christmas Story 'Robin's First Christmas' with the pupils, who can order a signed copy to take home.
Wirral Hedgehog Hospital Visits F1
Mandy from the Wirral Hedgehog Hospital came to visit us with her hedgehog Dumbo. She told us all about caring for sick hedgehogs and what we need to do in our gardens to make them hedgehog friendly. Mandy and Dumbo were very grateful for the kind donations, which were given as thanks for coming to share their work with F1.
Chester zoo visits Ks1
Years one and two enjoyed an informative and engaging visit from Chester Zoo. They learnt about different animals found in Africa and importantly, how we can work to protect these magnificent animals.
Saughall Massie Firefighters Visit EYFS
EYFS were very lucky to have a visit from the Saughall Massie Community Fire Station firefighting crew as part of our learning about Bonfire night and fire safety. We were able to climb insside the fire engine, try on some of their safety equipment and learnt how to use the water hose!
Wirral Cross Country Running Team
We are so proud of our amazing KS2 pupils who are part of Wirral's Cross Country Team. They smashed their competition in Sefton Park, with bith Wirral girls and Wirral boys winning 1st place!
Primary School dance competition!
Our key stage two pupils absolutely smashed it in our local primary school dance competition, hosted by St Anne's Catholic Primary School. What an incredible street dance routine, making us so proud as always! It was great to see lots of pupils from our local community taking part and supporting each other.
F1 sainsbury's local visit
To support our learning around harvest and farmers, F1 enjoyed a trip to Sainsbury's local to buy some fruit and vegetables that have been grown and harvested.
Dreams and Aspirations Careers Fair
Holy Trinity were absolutely blown away by the community response to our second Dreams and Aspirations Career Fair. We had representatives from a huge variety of local businesses and job sectors, including: Merseyside pPlice, Tramere Rovers Football Club, Liverpool University, Hoylake RNLI , St John's Ambulance Service, local hairdressers, art and design entrepreneurs and many, many more! They each gave our pupils a valuable insight into their work and inspiration for a promising future ahead!
EYFS Welly Walk
EYFS enjoyed the most wonderful visit to Queen's park to go on a welly walk! We spotted and collected lots of autumn leavers, conkers, seeds, berries and sticks, which we then used to create autumn artwork.
Ash Nugent Visits Holy Trinity
As part of our Equality week, we had a local poet and rapper, Ashleigh Nugent, deliver inspiring workshops across the school. Ash shared his skills and supported our pupils to come up with raps all about race, diversity and equality. What an amazing local talent, who our pupils were so fortunate to work with!
Woodchurch High School Anti- Bullying Conference
As part of anti-bullying week, our anti-bullying year six ambassadors attended conference at a local high school, Woodchurch High. Our ambassadors took part in a number of anti-bullying activities and gained lots of ideas to bring back to school.
F2 Community nurse visit
As part of F2's learning about ourselves, a local nurse came to visit us and taught us about our bodies, what nurses do and how they help people. She even let us have a go of some of her equipment, which allowed us to take our temperature and listen to our heart beats! The children asked super questions, such as, 'How do you fix bones?' and 'Why do we have bones?
Year 4 local recycling visit
Year 4 had an informative visit to the local B&M recycling waste services. They learnt about the importance of recyling thanks to the Little Litter Pickers Programme. We are proud to be developing our pupils' awareness of the human impact on our world, and enabling them to help make small changes.
Year 6 Mersey Travel Experience
Year 6 had an incredible experience with MerseyTravel, learning how to travel safely around our local area. They travelled by bus, train, and ferry, took a trip to the 'U Boat Story' and learned about the ventilation systems in the Queensway Tunnel. It was informative and engaging day thanks to MerseyTravel!
Tour of britain comes to hoylake!
The whole of our school community have been excitedly preparing for the cylcling event 'Tour Of Britain' to reach Hoylake. We made flags and banners to support the cyclists and KS1 and KS2 pupils went to Hoylake Promenade to watch them and show them our support! What a fantastic opportunity which we thoroughly enjoyed.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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