Well done to all the children and staff at Holy Trinity who took part creating a wonderful poster out of bottle tops and children’s work, celebrating the hard work of the NHS. We collectively created the poster to say a huge thank you and show our support as a school and family!
The wonderful work is now displayed at the ‘Renal Unit’ at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
Right to left: Nurse Jenny, Nurse Rosamma and Nurse Rachel. Some of you may recognise Nurse Jenny as she has been into school sharing her knowledge and experiences with KS1 earlier in the year!
Thank you too all the children, school staff and NHS and keep staff.
I expect you have all been going outside at 8.00 pm to clap for the NHS and all the Key workers? You have probably all heard about the Nightingale Hospitals that have opened in all the big cities. Well, we have the chance to take a step back in History and hear the life story of Florence Nightingale.
She talks about life from a young age and what made her decide on becoming a nurse.
My daughter has just qualified as a nurse and I am so proud of her. It’s a scary time, but I can’t begin to imagine how proud all the health care workers, doctors and nurses feel right now as they do their jobs.
Here is Sian at the beginning of her training and now working as a fully qualified nurse.
This is a great opportunity for you to ask any questions to Florence Nightingale, to Sian or to the two doctors below.
Zania and Phoebe(the two doctors) will be doing an interview next week on 5th May – where they will be answering any questions you have.
Click here to download the activity sheet about Zania and Phoebe and don’t forget to send us your questions and pictures by 3 pm on Thursday 30th April. You can do this by completing the form on the Science at Work https://pstt.org.uk/
Please keep any of the sheets that you download or questions that you write, so that I can use them for display when you are back. This activity may get you thinking about what you would like to do when you leave school?
Both of these boys have worked so hard this year and have achieved this remarkable Word Count! I am so proud of you both and so are all the other teachers – along with Mr Kenyon and Mr Dickson! Keep up the great work!
Saw this today and thought it would be great for some of you to try!
Hi everyone…welcome to all the new subscribers & I hope you’re all doing well!
This week’s issue of The Daily STEM has a story about Ford’s eSports team, milk from peas, some paper building activities, a link to how LEGOs are made, and more great challenges & puzzles (the mystery photos have a game theme).
Share an issue with your kids (most of whom are stuck at home) or parents (also stuck at home) or fellow teachers (stuck).
Download PDFs of every issue (including many in Spanish): dailystem.com/news
Here’s the link to Issue #26 so you can share with your kids: http://dailystem.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/the-Daily-STEM-V2.26.pdf
Your children will have come home with a poster competition for British Science Week . We still want them to participate in this competition. We would love you to send their entries on anything linked to the topic – Our Diverse Planet – via photograph into class teachers by email or Class Dojo. We will hold our own Holy Trinity Competition. However, as well as this, you can also email your entries electronically to the link below.
Poster competition – British Science Week – Our Diverse Planet
Hopefully, the attached document will keep you sane! We have included links to websites that the children use on a regular basis, there are email addresses for each class to contact your teacher and ideas for some fun stuff to do. If you need any assistance or want to send in any work your children are doing use the email or for those classes us DOJO you can use that too. Facebook and the website will be updated regularly so keep an eye on there too.
Please look after each other, be kind and stay safe. The staff at Holy Trinity miss you already.
Hello everyone, we hope you’re all ok and keeping busy. Please see below a letter for all parents and carers from Mr Harris our Chair of Governors. We want you to know that we as a school are here for you, we understand that everybody’s circumstances are different and things are changing on a daily basis. There will be staff in school as long as we are allowed to be. If you need anything or are struggling due to your work being stopped or your commitments increasing please get in touch. We are here to help our school community. Take care, be kind and look after each other. 🙂🌈