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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 12 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.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 5 new photos.

Last week, as we thought more about our vocations, Father Dawid came to talk to us about his life as a Religious Brother in an order of monks. It was great to hear Julia and Jakub thank him in Polish for helping us with our vocations studies!
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Last week, as we thought more about our vocations, Father Dawid came to talk to us about his life as a Religious Brother in an order of monks. It was great to hear Julia and Jakub thank him in Polish for helping us with our vocations studies!

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 11 new photos — feeling proud.

Today we welcomed Mr Howell and members of the Young SVP of St Thomas More to Holy Trinity to look at how we are all working for CAFOD during our Harvest Appeals. It was great to see some of our former pupils among them.
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Today we welcomed Mr Howell and members of the Young SVP of St Thomas More to Holy Trinity to look at how we are all working for CAFOD during our Harvest Appeals. It was great to see some of our former pupils among them.

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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 5 new photos.

Thank you to our visitors who came into school on Thursday 5th October to speak to Year 1 and 2 about their chosen careers. As part of our work during vocations week we have been thinking about what God calls us to be. We really enjoyed hearing about what God had called them to be and asking them questions.
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Thank you to our visitors who came into school on Thursday 5th October to speak to Year 1 and 2 about their chosen careers. As part of our work during vocations week we have been thinking about what God calls us to be. We really enjoyed hearing about what God had called them to be and asking them questions.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 4 new photos.

Ask Year 5 what God is calling them to do in their lives. They did a Think Big activity to share their aspirations for their future careers.
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Ask Year 5 what God is calling them to do in their lives.  They did a Think Big activity to share their aspirations for their future careers.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School was feeling proud.

FANTASTIC!!
Many thanks to all of our families who have supported our Macmillan Afternoon Tea. Holy Trinity is proud to announce, after all the help from parents, grandparents, older brothers and sisters and school council, who coordinated this for us, we have raised the grand total of £643.25!!!😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁
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Can you donate some cakes for our Macmillan Day on Friday? If you could, either homemade or a few bought ones, they would be very gratefully received on Friday morning. Thank you all so much for your continued support - Miss Evans ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 9 new photos.

Y5 harvested apples from our orchard and brought them back to share something they did at home with God's Creation. Well done all who took part and those who brought them back to show we can decorate God's world, we can eat the fruit of the earth and pray in thanks.
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Y5 harvested apples from our orchard and brought them back to share something they did at home with Gods Creation.  Well done all who took part and those who brought them back to show we can decorate Gods world, we can eat the fruit of the earth and pray in thanks.

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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School shared Stagecoach Performing Arts Walsall's Join a Two Week Trial Today!.

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Join a Two Week Trial of fun Performing Arts classes for children aged 6-15 years, in Walsall and the surrounding areas. Children learn new skills in singing, dancing and acting whilst building confidence and friendships. Our classes are open to all, no experience necessary, just the enthusiasm to give it a try!

Come and join us for Mass in school tomorrow morning at 9.15am. Everybody is very welcome ✝️ ... See MoreSee Less

A letter has been sent out today. Please send back your slips with the children if you would like to come in next Wednesday morning. You'll be very welcome. ✏️✏️✏️✏️ ... See MoreSee Less

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 13 new photos.

Today, our School Leadership Team was introduced to the school. Our Head Boy and Girl this year are Elliot and Lily- Violet, their Deputies are Olayinka-Mary and Oliver. Our House captains for Birinus are Mako and Iris, for Chad are Isabell and Liam, for Oswald are Freya and Alan and for Wulstan are Kevarhe and Megha. Our School councillors this year are Olayiwola, Lauren, Bryon, Taran, Amelia, Leland, Carmella, Donovan, Jessica and Ajay. Congratulations to all of those boys and girls for being voted in to office by their friends. All of Year 6 have been chosen this year to be Playtime Pals. I know we can trust them to do a great job.
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Today, our School Leadership Team was introduced to the school. Our Head Boy and Girl this year are Elliot and Lily- Violet, their Deputies are Olayinka-Mary and Oliver. Our House captains for Birinus are Mako and Iris, for Chad are Isabell and Liam, for Oswald are Freya and Alan and for Wulstan are Kevarhe and Megha. Our School councillors this year are Olayiwola, Lauren, Bryon, Taran, Amelia, Leland, Carmella, Donovan, Jessica and Ajay. Congratulations to all of those boys and girls for being voted in to office by their friends. All of Year 6 have been chosen this year to be Playtime Pals. I know we can trust them to do a great job.

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Many thanks to Father Craig for celebrating Mass with us today. A fabulous start to the new school year 😀
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Great to see the children and staff at Holy Trinity at school today for our first Mass of term. We thought about the different things we would be using to help us in our education. The children brought examples with them to Mass to be blessed. We blessed them, the children and the staff. Fr. Craig reminded us all that most important piece of equipment for the new academic year was our hearts full of love for God and others. As a reminder of this heart shaped erasers were given out at the end of mass so that whenever we see them we might be reminded of this.

Many thanks to Father Craig for celebrating Mass with us today. A fabulous start to the new school year 😀

Good morning all. Do you have any old saucepans, metal dustbins lids, plant pots, plastic bottle tops or old CDs that need a new home? If you could donate them to Nursery we would be really grateful. Pop them into Main School or Nursery. Thank you😀😁😀😁 ... See MoreSee Less

It's all happening at St Joseph's on Fridays! ... See MoreSee Less

Its all happening at St Josephs on Fridays!

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Were sure some of our under 3s would enjoy this at St Josephs. 😀😀

A reminder that the school office is open on Monday too for school sweatshirts, book bags, dinner money etc. ... See MoreSee Less

A reminder that the school office is open on Monday too for school sweatshirts, book bags, dinner money etc.

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

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A quick excerpt of the final hymn of this year's final Mass.
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May the young people and those who support them in the schools of our parish have a safe and blessed break. Pray for all parents and families this holiday time also.

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 4 new photos.

In the Autumn term we will be holding elections for a new parent governor. We also need a Foundation Governor. A parent governor can be a parent of any child in our school in September 2017. A foundation governor can be any person, parent or not, who is a Catholic and who can be appointed by the Archbishop. Think about whether you could give about 15 hours of your time each year to support the children in our school in this way. You would be made most welcome.
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In the Autumn term we will be holding elections for a new parent governor. We also need a Foundation Governor. A parent governor can be a parent of any child in our school in September 2017. A foundation governor can be any person, parent or not, who is a Catholic and who can be appointed by the Archbishop. Think about whether you could give about 15 hours of your time each year to support the children in our school in this way. You would be made most welcome.

It's Mass in school tomorrow morning at 9.15am. The last one of the year and the last in school for our lovely Year 6 leavers. Come along and join us and celebrate a great year's success by thanking God for His many blessings on our school family. ... See MoreSee Less

Its Mass in school tomorrow morning at 9.15am. The last one of the year and the last in school for our lovely Year 6 leavers. Come along and join us and celebrate a great years success by thanking God for His many blessings on our school family.

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A fantastic Mass and the children were great as always. Well done Year 6!
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Wonderful 'Leavers' Mass' at Holy Trinity this morning. A pact church to pray for our Year Six as they prepare to move to new schools. The young people explained the Gospel of the Sower to us. We pray that the soil of our hearts may be ready to receive the love of the Lord so that we might shine as lights in the world.

A fantastic Mass and the children were great as always. Well done Year 6!

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 19 new photos.

Year 6's fundraising mini event went well and after around half an hour, they had managed to make around £130! Well done, Y6. 😀
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Year 6s fundraising mini event went well and after around half an hour, they had managed to make around £130!  Well done, Y6. 😀

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Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School added 47 new photos.

KS1 enjoy a day of celebration
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KS1 enjoy a day of celebration
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