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Here are the boys and girls doing one of the things they do so well, thinking about and showing their care for others. Jesus asks each of us to "love one another as I have loved you" and here we have the children packing the bags, kindly supplied by Father Craig, for the Good Shepherd Mission.

The Mini-Vinnies led this work by creating the shopping list and then the bags were packed last Friday by the children in their house teams. They contained essentials such as toothbrushes and paste, wipes, hats, gloves and handkerchiefs and some treats too as you can see by the pictures.

All of this was possible through the children's Mufti Day so many thanks for your contribution to this work and for helping the children in their mission to follow the words and actions of Jesus, especially during Advent.
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Here are the boys and girls doing one of the things they do so well, thinking about and showing their care for others. Jesus asks each of us to love one another as I have loved you and here we have the children packing the bags, kindly supplied by Father Craig, for the Good Shepherd Mission. 

The Mini-Vinnies led this work by creating the shopping list and then the bags were packed last Friday by the children in their house teams. They contained essentials such as toothbrushes and paste, wipes, hats, gloves and handkerchiefs and some treats too as you can see by the pictures. 

All of this was possible through the childrens Mufti Day so many thanks for your contribution to this work and for helping the children in their mission to follow the words and actions of Jesus, especially during Advent.

Headline news! Holy Trinity's cracking Christmas card winners! ... See MoreSee Less

Headline news! Holy Trinitys cracking Christmas card winners!

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 7 new photos.

Here are our two winners (in our eyes) for Pat McFadden’s Christmas Card competition. Who knows which famous people will be able to look at their designs on the card MP Pat will send far and wide. The girls and their families attended Bilston Art Gallery on Friday last for their presentations. Congratulations Lily-Violet and Navpreet, we are very proud of you!
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Here are our two winners (in our eyes) for Pat McFadden’s Christmas Card competition. Who knows which famous people will be able to look at their designs on the card MP Pat will send far and wide. The girls and their families attended Bilston Art Gallery on Friday last for their presentations. Congratulations Lily-Violet and Navpreet, we are very proud of you!

School is open tomorrow from the usual times. Thank you to everyone for their patience with the situation, especially those parents who have had to arrange childcare and change their usual arrangements. It is now time to get on with things and do the best we can given the circumstances.

A final decision will be made about the plays tomorrow and you will be informed about the arrangements.

If the children wear wellies to school please make sure they bring their school shoes with them and that wellies are named.

I have read a number of school Facebook pages where parents and others have done nothing but moan and criticise the school. Thank goodness we've a far more caring and sensible school family who know how difficult it is to make decisions that will be the best for everyone. You know we value attendance highly at this school but the safety of our boys and girls comes first. Thank you everyone for your support. We will see you all in the morning.
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School is open tomorrow from the usual times. Thank you to everyone for their patience with the situation, especially those parents who have had to arrange childcare and change their usual arrangements. It is now time to get on with things and do the best we can given the circumstances. 

A final decision will be made about the plays tomorrow and you will be informed about the arrangements. 

If the children wear wellies to school please make sure they bring their school shoes with them and that wellies are named.

I have read a number of school Facebook pages where parents and others have done nothing but moan and criticise the school. Thank  goodness weve a far more caring and sensible school family who know how difficult it is to make decisions that will be the best for everyone. You know we value attendance highly at this school but the safety of our boys and girls comes first. Thank you everyone for your support. We will see you all in the morning.

The Nursery visit to see Santa at Dudley Zoo will now be next Monday. Many thanks to Mrs Jones who has worked this morning to change all of the arrangements with the Zoo and coach company. Nursery parents will receive a text shortly confirming this. ... See MoreSee Less

The Nursery visit to see Santa at Dudley Zoo will now be next Monday. Many thanks to Mrs Jones who has worked this morning to change all of the arrangements with the Zoo and coach company. Nursery parents will receive a text shortly confirming this.

Good morning. If you were attending the new Nursery Parents’ Meeting this afternoon it is cancelled as we are closed. We will contact you in the morning to let you know the new arrangements. ... See MoreSee Less

Good morning. If you were attending the new Nursery Parents’ Meeting this afternoon it is cancelled as we are closed. We will contact you in the morning to let you know the new arrangements.

We are closed tomorrow. The temperatures are dropping just too low to allow for safety. Plays will be decided and parents notified.. Thank you for your continued patience with the weather conditions and the difficulties facing all schools. Wednesday will see us reopen. ... See MoreSee Less

Hello everyone.
This weather is a complete pest. We want to be open and have the boys and girls in, we want the Nursery to go to Dudley Zoo and the Main School to do their plays but at the moment it is all depending on the weather.

The temperatures are set to fall quite low tonight so we will keep you posted. We intend to be open and carry on as usual, however, we can only do this if it is safe to so we will update you..

Mrs Jones will communicate with the zoo tomorrow morning and the coach company and let parents know in the morning whether the zoo visit to Santa is going ahead.

The choices we have with the Main School plays are to:
a) cancel and perform after Christmas,
b) go ahead and start at 6 pm for all performances for an earlier finish..

At the moment we are most likely to go ahead at 6 pm on all evenings. I know this might cause some difficulties for family members etc. if you have to inform them but at least the performances would be happening.

Look out for texts and Facebook. As always, you can be assured we will do our best to keep things running smoothly.
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SCHOOL IS OPEN TOMORROW AT THE USUAL TIME. MR KEAY HAS WORKED REALLY HARD TO CLEAR WHAT PATHS HE COULD FOR MAIN SCHOOL. TAKE CARE WALKING AND DRIVING TO US.

NURSERY WILL NOT OPEN UNTIL WEDNESDAY WHEN THEIR ENTRANCE HAS BEEN DUG OUT.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
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We must unfortunately close tomorrow. This applies to all pupils including Nursery. It’s very rare we do this but the pavements and roads in Bilston are treacherous. The KS1 play scheduled for tomorrow morning will now go ahead on Thursday. Please look out for texts from staff regarding work. In all probability we will see you all, hopefully, on Tuesday morning. Thank you for your understanding.
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Good evening. Just to confirm the texts received. The Parish Bazaar will still be open tonight but the children will not be singing. We all agree with Father that it is just too slippy and miserable to ask the children to come out. Hopefully next Friday evening will be better and we’ll sing at part 2 of the Bazaar then. Thanks for your understanding. ... See MoreSee Less

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Another fabulous Advent Mass.
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At our Mass at Holy Trinity this morning we reflected upon preparing a way for the Lord and the way in which God prepared the Blessed Virgin Mary through her Immaculate Conception for her role in our Salvation. We wrapped a rather dingy looking box of roses, which had already been opened, in old newspaper and a beautiful looking box of Quality Street in a glitzy paper. We thought about which one we’d like. However when we unwrapped the two presents and opened the boxes the glitzy one was actually empty and the battered box of Roses had lots of chocolates and £50 in it. We all changed our minds then about which one we wanted! We reflected that one way to prepare for the Lord was to look at things a little deeper and not to ‘judge a book by its cover’ so to speak. We finally thought about the way in which Mary, who God had prepared for her role by her immaculate conception, may not have looked like anything special on the outside but wow the way in which through her sinless heart she was able to say yes to God changed our lives. Lots to think and pray about!

Another fabulous Advent Mass.

Well done to everyone who is using IXL, some of the boys and girls are developing fantastic skills. 😊Please remember to practise for a short time as often as possible. ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 7 new photos.

The boys and girls in Reception class let their teddies have a sleepover at school earlier this week. The teddies appear to have had a great time, they found lots of places to read all around school.

Miss Roberts found one or two of them in her chair, Mrs McNally's office, outside and singing songs from the Christmas play. Do you wonder where else these daring teds went during their sleepover?
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The boys and girls in Reception class let their teddies have a sleepover at school earlier this week.  The teddies appear to have had a great time, they found lots of places to read all around school.

Miss Roberts found one or two of them in her chair,  Mrs McNallys office, outside and singing songs from the Christmas play.  Do you wonder where else these daring teds went during their sleepover?

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If there are less than 5 attendees for a class we will need to cancel and offer another date due to the work being undertaken.
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Pop in and see the beautiful trees and vote for HOLY TRINITY'S BAGS FOR LIFE tree while you're there!
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Unfortunately Father is away on Friday so Mass in school is cancelled.
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Never mind Doreen, Holy Trinity are performing on God’s Acre! ... See MoreSee Less

Never mind Doreen, Holy Trinity are performing on God’s Acre!

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Please take the KS2 children directly to church on Friday morning. Thank you
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Telehone school if you would like to come to class and take part in a lesson during the morning.
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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 10 new photos.

Lest We Forget
Eternal rest, give unto them, O Lord
And Let perpetual light shine upon them.
May they rest in peace.
Amen

The children of Foundation and KS1 represent us all at a Remembrance Service, led by Father Craig, at the Cenotaph.
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Lest We Forget
Eternal rest, give unto them, O Lord
And Let perpetual light shine upon them. 
May they rest in peace. 
Amen

The children of Foundation and KS1 represent us all at a Remembrance Service, led by Father Craig, at the Cenotaph.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 5 new photos.

KS1 have been taking part in their inter-house football competition this morning. The results are as follows:

4th place Birinus with 10 points

3rd place Wulstan with 11 points

2nd place Chad with 13 points

1st place Oswald with 15 points.

Well done to all the children and to our winners Oswald!
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KS1 have been taking part in their inter-house football competition this morning. The results are as follows:

4th place Birinus with 10 points

3rd place Wulstan with 11 points

2nd place Chad with 13 points

1st place Oswald with 15 points.

Well done to all the children and to our winners Oswald!

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School shared The Catholic Parish of St. Joseph, Wolverhampton & Holy Trinity, Bilston's video.

The Catholic Parish of St. Joseph, Wolverhampton & Holy Trinity, Bilston
This is fast becoming one of our favourites here at Holy Trinity. The words are very powerful as you can tell by how our children focus and sing with great commitment. I watch videos like this and remember how proud I am of our school. 😀
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The children of Holy Trinity singing with great gusto this morning at Mass. As always they put their hearts and souls into the whole Mass - wonderful!

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School shared The Catholic Parish of St. Joseph, Wolverhampton & Holy Trinity, Bilston's post.

A beautiful Mass this morning. It does our hearts good to be able to welcome Father Craig in each week and he always sets us some homework! This week it’s Halo polishing - help your child be the best that she or he can be. Let’s see our young saints shine 😇
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Today at our Parish Mass at Holy Trinity School we reflected upon what the saints have to teach us and particularly St Martin de Porres who we especially remember today. St Martin has much to teach us all about holiness and being a follower of Jesus. We committed ourselves to trying to follow his example by loving one another whatever we look like and whoever we are. Fr. Craig asked everyone to think about their own vocation to be a saint and think about how they could get their saintly halos to shine a bit brighter this weekend.

A beautiful Mass this morning. It does our hearts good to be able to welcome Father Craig in each week and he always sets us some homework! This week it’s Halo polishing - help your child be the best that she or he can be. Let’s see our young saints shine 😇

Join us st 9.15am tomorrow for our regular Friday Mass. A big welcome waits for families, parishioners and friends as we celebrate the life of St Martin de Porres and begin our November journey in remembering and commemorating those holy souls who have gone before us. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us st 9.15am tomorrow for our regular Friday Mass. A big welcome waits for families, parishioners and friends as we celebrate the life of St Martin de Porres and begin our November journey in remembering and commemorating those holy souls who have gone before us.

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The Parish Masses on Wednesday, which is a Holy Day of Obligation are 10 am at St Joseph’s and 7 pm at Holy Trinity 😀
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IXL update. We're sorry there have been some problems logging on. If anyone else has trouble logging in, please message us and we'll try to get back to you with log in details as soon as we can. It is for Years 2 - 6 for now. For those parents of children in Reception and Y1, there now isn't a trial for families, but younger ones can access about 10 questions at a time when first going on to the site. Best wishes. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy half term holidays to everyone, please remember to log in to IXL this holiday to practise English and Maths skills. ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 7 new photos.

Our CAFOD cake sale was held on Friday. The leadership team and the house captains all helped to organise and run it with Miss Evans and they raised the fantastic amount of £130.65 towards the harvest fundraising! Well done everyone involved.
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Our CAFOD cake sale was held on Friday. The leadership team and the house captains all helped to organise and run it with Miss Evans and they raised the fantastic amount of £130.65 towards the harvest fundraising! Well done everyone involved.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 8 new photos.

Thank you to all our children who attended Mass to play piñata this morning! Seriously, they gave a fantastic gospel reflection reminding us that we are God’s harvest. He has invited us to His feast, are we ready to respond?
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Thank you to all our children who attended Mass to play piñata this morning! Seriously, they gave a fantastic gospel reflection reminding us that we are God’s harvest. He has invited us to His feast, are we ready to respond?

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 13 new photos.

Our second year of Communion preparation working with Father Craig began yesterday and we had another smashing day. We have a lovely group of 20 children who were getting on like a house on fire, even though they came from many schools. If you want to register your child see Mrs McNally and she will arrange it for you.
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Our second year of Communion preparation working with Father Craig began yesterday and we had another smashing day. We have a lovely group of 20 children who were getting on like a house on fire, even though they came from many schools. If you want to register your child see Mrs McNally and she will arrange it for you.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 33 new photos.

What a brilliant day we had yesterday! Our older Confirmation children met in the morning to learn more of the gifts and fruits of the Holy Spirit. We have 43 children in all at the moment. If you know your child hasn’t been registered yet and you would like to it is not to late. See Mrs McNally and she will arrange it for you.
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What a brilliant day we had yesterday! Our older Confirmation children met in the morning to learn more of the gifts and fruits of the Holy Spirit. We have 43 children in all at the moment. If you know your child hasn’t been registered yet and you would like to it is not to late. See Mrs McNally and she will arrange it for you.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 16 new photos.

Thank you to our fantastic children who attended the CAFOD Deanery Mass on Friday night. With Bishop David, Father Craig and Father Brendan we were able to celebrate all of the hard work of our deanery in support of people around the world. Thank you to our HolyTrinity families, on your behalf we presented a cheque for £1100 which was last year’s money raised for vegetable gardens. Well done everyone.
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Thank you to our fantastic children who attended the CAFOD Deanery Mass on Friday night. With Bishop David, Father Craig and Father Brendan we were able to celebrate all of the hard work of our deanery in support of people around the world. Thank you to our HolyTrinity families, on your behalf we presented a cheque for £1100 which was last year’s money raised for vegetable gardens. Well done everyone.
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