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To simplify our blog updates, we now present all of our blog updates here on this page! If you wish to filter posts please use the tags. For example to see all the blog posts for Year 3 only, click a Year 3 tag on any of the posts. 

Year 5 had a fun and informative trip to Holdenby House last week. The children had to take the role of servants as they learnt about how wealthier Victorians employed people to look after their homes. They had to clean, prepare food, wash the laundry and polish boots plus many other tasks all using the tools that would have been available in that time period. They also got to look around the house and see just what large Victorian homes were like. It was a great day and well done to all the children for making such a great effort with their costumes!

On Thursday 6th July, Year 4 treated parents and Year 2 children to a fantastic concert following their brass and clarinet class project.  They had been learning cornets, trombones, baritones and clarinets for approximately 8 weeks and sounded absolutely wonderful!  Thank you to NMPAT for arranging this project and teaching the children so well.

Last Friday our Trinity swimming team descended upon Corby Pool once again to compete against the rest of Northampton in the county swimming finals! Upon arrival we were greeted with our official School Games shirts and swimming hats ready for the competition. After a short pep talk the children picked their spot poolside as the teachers were sent for the official briefing. After a few minutes of rule explanation the team were ready to go and began swimming laps for their warm up. With the parents cheering them on from above and the rest of the team and staff cheering from poolside the children swam their hearts out in each and every event with some very close run finishes especially in the Girls and. In no race did Trinity finish last last and were extremely competitive throughout the competition, culminating in the high paced canon race. After a 10 minute wait for scores it was revealed that Trinity had finished 8th in the entire county!

Considering the size of our little school it is truly incredibly for the children to get this far, a first county competition in many years. We are incredibly proud of our Year 5 and 6 children who were an absolute credit to the school throughout. They put their hearts into every second of the competition and we sincerely look forward to next year to hopefully go as far again.

Thank you once again to all of the parents for taking and supporting the children through the whole event, again we can't do these events without your fantastic support.