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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 40 new photos.

This morning, Year 1 and 2 have taken part in a fruit and vegetable session with our fruit providers MWW. Mr Pat McFadden also joined us to take part in the food tasting and listen to the children's views about the fruit they receive in school. Many thanks to all who took part.
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This morning, Year 1 and 2 have taken part in a fruit and vegetable session with our fruit providers MWW.  Mr Pat McFadden also joined us to take part in the food tasting and listen to the childrens views about the fruit they receive in school. Many thanks to all who took part.

Many congratulations to one of our fantastic members of Year 3 who has been taking part in the West Midlands Talent Show and been a winner in the poetry recital and came first in the Spelling Bee. A brilliant effort! ... See MoreSee Less

Many congratulations to one of our fantastic members of Year 3 who has been taking part in the West Midlands Talent Show and been a winner in the poetry recital and came first in the Spelling Bee. A brilliant effort!

We hope the boys and girls have enjoyed the holiday. A reminder that tomorrow is an INSET day and school is closed to children. We open in Tuesday at the usual time. ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 39 new photos.

Look at our wonderful Easter gardens! Well done everyone.
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Look at our wonderful Easter gardens!  Well done everyone.

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Easter Gardens 2018
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Easter Gardens 2018

A well earned belt for this young man. Well done! ... See MoreSee Less

A well earned belt for this young man. Well done!

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Great singing in Mass this morning - well done children. ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 10 new photos.

In Mass this morning we heard the story of Dan the Donkey. Then we went outside and there he was! He brought two of his friends along too. More pictures and videos to follow 🐴🐴🐴
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In Mass this morning we heard the story of Dan the Donkey. Then we went outside and there he was! He brought two of his friends along too. More pictures and videos to follow 🐴🐴🐴

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 8 new photos.

Good fun at last week’s Communion Workshop. What type of transport is this?
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Good fun at last week’s Communion Workshop. What type of transport is this?

Tomorrow is school Mass with the beautiful palm procession (including two very special visitors!) Everyone is invited to our Masses who wishes to come and worship with us, families and parishioners. ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 39 new photos.

KS2 also shared a penitential service together with Father Craig yesterday. Here are some of the shots of a thoughtful celebration 😀
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KS2 also shared a penitential service together with Father Craig yesterday. Here are some of the shots of a thoughtful celebration 😀

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 7 new photos.

This afternoon, Father Craig joined us and we all took part in a Penitential Service. We were given stones to carry around with us during the day, these represented our sins. During the service, we placed our sins at the foot of the cross to acknowledge the wrong things we have done and ask God for forgiveness. We listened to the story of the Prodigal Son and reflected on what this teaches us about forgiveness. At the end, we went outside and Father Criag gave us a tube of bubbles so we could blow our sins away.
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This afternoon, Father Craig joined us and we all took part in a Penitential Service. We were given stones to carry around with us during the day, these represented our sins. During the service, we placed our sins at the foot of the cross to acknowledge the wrong things we have done and ask God for forgiveness. We listened to the story of the Prodigal Son and reflected on what this teaches us about forgiveness.  At the end, we went outside and Father Criag gave us a tube of bubbles so we could blow our sins away.

Calling all families! Friday 23rd March is FUNdraising Friday. The School Council met last week and have organised Year 5 and 6 to run run the stalls.

Can we ask you to:
• make any donations of toys and old/unwanted books that you can
• send your son/daughter in with money to spend on FUNdraising Friday

Many thanks. ☺
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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 12 new photos.

Well done to all of the boys and girls who came to Mass this morning to celebrate the great gift of all who nurture and love us, especially our moms. It is an emotional day for many, especially those among us who’s moms have crossed to the blessed shore and wait there for us with our Heavenly Father until they hold us again. In Holy Trinity this morning we received nothing but joy from our young people. We can forget how brave you have to be to get up and speak in front of dozens of people but these boys and girls nail it every time. Well done, you were all a credit to your moms and dads 😀
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Well done to all of the boys and girls who came to Mass this morning to celebrate the great gift of all who nurture and love us, especially our moms. It is an emotional day for many, especially those among us who’s moms have crossed to the blessed shore and wait there for us with our Heavenly Father until they hold us again. In Holy Trinity this morning we received nothing but joy from our young people. We can forget how brave you have to be to get up and speak in front of dozens of people but these boys and girls nail it every time. Well done, you were all a credit to your moms and dads 😀

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 7 new photos.

As part of their RE studies all of our KS2 children are required to learn about other faiths. Year 3 learn about Judaism and here they are on their recent visit to the Synagogue in Birmingham, an awe inspiring and majestic building.
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As part of their RE studies all of our KS2 children are required to learn about other faiths. Year 3 learn about Judaism and here they are on their recent visit to the Synagogue in Birmingham, an awe inspiring and majestic building.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 7 new photos.

It was Read Me A Story Day in school today and here are Y5 and Y3 sharing some great reading time together. Our KS2 children can be reading every night at home, mostly aloud to an adult. Thank you to so many parents who support their children with this basic skill.
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It was Read Me A Story Day in school today and here are Y5 and Y3 sharing some great reading time together. Our KS2 children can be reading every night at home, mostly aloud to an adult. Thank you to so many parents who support their children with this basic skill.

Father Craig has contacted us from Lourdes today and says,

'Have lit a candle for you all at the grotto in Lourdes and asked Our Blessed Lady to watch over all our students and staff'.

Our thanks to Father and we keep him in our prayers too.
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Father Craig has contacted us from Lourdes today and says,

Have lit a candle for you all at the grotto in Lourdes and asked Our Blessed Lady to watch over all our students and staff.

Our thanks to Father and we keep him in our prayers too.

Y2 and KS2 hymn practice was particularly good today, if you want to hear one of the hymns of the day here it is. Lots of shouting going on in preparation for our Palm Procession and Mass on the last day of term. ... See MoreSee Less

The song came from the album "The Worship Library: Volume 2". Lyrics below: Make Way, Make Way (Echoes) Make way, Make way For the King of kings (Echoes) For...

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 6 new photos.

Reception having been having great fun, enjoying World Book Day and celebrating their assembly with our other boys and girls and their own parents. (Can anyone else spot an older member of Reception on the photos!) Well done children (and Miss Ward) - you all look smashing!
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Reception having been having great fun, enjoying World Book Day and celebrating their assembly with our other boys and girls and their own parents. (Can anyone else spot an older member of Reception on the photos!) Well done children (and Miss Ward) - you all look smashing!

We had a productive workshop tonight with parents and children of Year 2 as part of our SAT preparation. Well done to all the moms, dads and children who are turning up every week and supporting all of the great learning going on. Great news! ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity is back to normal tomorrow, for Main School and Nursery. Many thanks to Mr Keay and the engineers who have worked over the weekend to get the heating running again in Nursery so that we can open. See you all in the morning at the usual time. ... See MoreSee Less

We are sorry to report that we have been forced to close today. The roads and pavements around school are particularly unsafe. The overnight banked snow has frozen and made it just too dangerous to travel. Do not attend school today and stay safe. ... See MoreSee Less

Good evening. Well the north wind is blowing pretty strongly and, as usual, the weather is trying hard to stop us all from going about our normal business. This post is to keep you up to date about school being open due to the weather.

Currently we are planning to OPEN tomorrow (Father Craig has a great Mass planned and we can't disappoint him!) however, we all know that things can be uncertain so we will keep you updated (on FB, the City Council website and by text) if things should change.

Nursery ONLY is closed tomorrow because the boiler has broken down and we cannot heat the building so it is out of the question to have the little ones in. However, we are firing on all cylinders in the Main Building so it is business as usual for the rest of us. If things change you will be notified as quickly as possible.

If you are travelling tonight please be safe.
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Congratulations to two more of our active boys and girls, gaining new awards in Karate. Well done both of you 😀 ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to two more of our active boys and girls, gaining new awards in Karate. Well done both of you 😀

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 4 new photos.

Lifelong learning is an important part of Holy Trinity’s ethos. We explained to the children that school was closed on Friday so that their teachers could learn new ways to pray and prepare worship. Here are all of the staff from our four Alliance schools (and Father Craig although you can’t see him!) coming together for Mass in the chapel at Maryvale. We’re never too old to learn something new!
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Lifelong learning is an important part of Holy Trinity’s ethos. We explained to the children that  school was closed on Friday so that their teachers could learn new ways to pray and prepare worship. Here are all of the staff from our four Alliance schools (and Father Craig although you can’t see him!) coming together for Mass in the chapel at Maryvale. We’re never too old to learn something new!

A message from Fr Craig:

Ash Wednesday Masses with Imposition of Ashes are at
10am at St. Joseph’s
and
7.00pm at Holy Trinity.

Fr Craig.
Parish Priest
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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 14 new photos.

Our Sacramental workshops are well underway.
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Our Sacramental workshops are well underway.

**PARKING ** PARKING ** PARKING ** PARKING **
One of our parents has noted, and our children memorised, the registration number of a car parked on the zig-zags. So if you drive DL66 SUU you have been spotted. Please be more considerate.
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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 2 new photos.

We have been asked to share both of these with parents. Hope they are of interest.
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We have been asked to share both of these with parents. Hope they are of interest.

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Good morning. School opens again tomorrow at the usual time. Please make sure the boys and girls return to school ready for learning so good organisaton is important. The boys and girls should:
*have full uniform
*bring his/ her PE kit on the first day
*bring any homework back which was set for the holiday
*bring his/ her home reading record completed and up to date
*bring milk or lunch money where appropriate

Thank you for your support, as always. We will see you all tomorrow.
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Good morning. School opens again tomorrow at the usual time. Please make sure the boys and girls return to school ready for learning so good organisaton is important. The boys and girls should:
*have full uniform
*bring his/ her PE kit on the first day
*bring any homework back which was set for the holiday
*bring his/ her home reading record completed and up to date
*bring milk or lunch money where appropriate

Thank you for your support, as always. We will see you all tomorrow.
From All at Holy Trinity

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Over the next few days we will post some advice for parents that is passed to us from the police and safeguarding organisations about helping to keep our boys and girls safe over Christmas. ... See MoreSee Less

Over the next few days we will post some advice for parents that is passed to us from the police and safeguarding organisations about helping to keep our boys and girls safe over Christmas.

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

A beautiful end of term Mass and many thanks to the people who joined us. As someone wrote to us this week about the plays:

“The show was a resounding success because of the love and respect that the school fosters for each other.”

That love, the reflection of the love God the Father has for each of us, begins and is renewed in Mass every week and shines through the simple, kind and caring actions of our children. No wonder we are so proud of them. ❄️
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At this morning’s Mass at Holy Trinity we reflected upon the person who the Jewish people were expecting, a sword for a warrior King, a crown for a imperial ruler, and money for a king who would bring them riches. We then thought about the great surprise of the Baby Jesus who brought none of those but was Emmanuel - God with us! Wow what an amazing present!! We also thought about how we can put Christ back into Christmas as a thank you for such a great gift. After Mass we put that into action when some of the students accompanied Fr. Craig and teachers to the Good Shepherd Ministry where we handed over 50 ‘Bags for life’ which had been donated by school and parish. (Any more donations gratefully received)

A beautiful end of term Mass and many thanks to the people who joined us. As someone wrote to us this week about the plays:

“The show was a resounding success because of the love and respect that the school fosters for each other.”

That love, the reflection of the love God the Father has for each of us, begins and is renewed in Mass every week and shines through the simple, kind and caring actions of our children. No wonder we are so proud of them. ❄️

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

Kind words here from Father, echoed by everyone who has seen it. An excerpt from an email received yesterday:

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the children and staff for last night’s outstanding adaptation of Charles Dicken’s ‘A Christmas Carol’

The performance was utterly breath taking”

The children love to hear what you think. As always, thank you for your kind and loving support ❤️
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An amazing production of A Christmas Carol by Key Stage 2 at a Holy Trinity this evening. The children spoke their words with great conviction and sung with superb gusto. Well done to children and staff on a brilliant show. And as Tiny Tim would say: May God bless us, everyone!

Kind words here from Father, echoed by everyone who has seen it. An excerpt from an email received yesterday:

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the children and staff for last night’s outstanding adaptation of Charles Dicken’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ 

The performance was utterly breath taking”

The children love to hear what you think. As always, thank you for your kind and loving support ❤️

After all the packing here’s the delivery! Jessica and Ajay, our Y6 school councillors, present our Bags for Life to Brother Charles at the Mission yesterday. Father, Mrs Downes and Miss Evans ferried over 40 sacks to the ministry which have surrounded our Christmas tree for the last week. Remember in your prayers the Good Shepherd Ministry this Christmas and for the unnamed thousands who might be in difficulty and need their help at this time. ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

After all the packing here’s the delivery! Jessica and Ajay, our Y6 school councillors, present our Bags for Life to Brother Charles at the Mission yesterday. Father, Mrs Downes and Miss Evans ferried over 40 sacks to the ministry which have surrounded our Christmas tree for the last week. Remember in your prayers the Good Shepherd Ministry this Christmas and for the unnamed thousands who might be in difficulty and need their help at this time. ❤️

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 8 new photos.

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.
www.gsmwolverhampton.org.uk/
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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.
http://www.gsmwolverhampton.org.uk/

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Headline news! Holy Trinitys cracking Christmas card winners!

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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!
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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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