Late last term students from Years 5 and 6 represented HT at T-ball. We won all 3 of our games with two of our games being close against Knox Park and Wattleview. In the final game we played Kent Park and won a bit more comfortably. It was great how after each game we shook hands with the other team and said GG (which means good game).
As a result of winning all three game we have qualified to play in the Division competition against the other winners of the District Competitions. This will take place on Thursday of this week.
Overall, we had a great time and are thankful to the other teachers and parents who helped with training and with running the day.
Late last term, a group of year 5 and 6 girls were chosen to represent HT in the Interschool Sports Netball Championships. decided to compete in the Netball. In the first game our team played Boronia K-12 and we won 3 to 1. In the second game we played against Wattleview and we won 15 to 5. In our third and final game we played Knox Park and won again 14 to 3 meaning that we ended up winning all 3 games!
Overall, everyone enjoyed playing and was happy with how well we had played. We all learnt lots about how to play netball which was an amazing experience! Also a big thanks to Mrs Rocha, Carly (Lyla’s mum) and Mrs Jekle for taking us there and to Mr D for training us!
Late last term a group of 5/6 students represented HT at the Interschool Sports for AFL. These games took place at the Fairpark ground on Lewis Road and overall we won two games and lost one. Sadly, we didn’t make it through to the Division playoffs but we still had lots of fun and did a great job with representing HT with so much pride. A big thanks must go to our wonderful parents who assisted with the day as well as Mr. B and Mr. D for helping to organise the day.
It is not too late to sign up to the after school magic classes at HT! Classes will be starting in week 2 of term 3 run by the very talented Tim Mason from the Melbourne Magic Academy. Classes are suitable for all students from Prep to year 6.
This term in 2 yellow the students have worked hard to improved their fluency when reading. They have focussed on using punctuation to help with pausing, reading in meaningful phrases and making sure they are reading not too fast and not too slow! They all sound amazing when they are reading as they are also trying hard to add expression!
Keep up the fantastic reading 2 Yellow!
The Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus was on June 11, 2021. The Feast reminds us how deep God’s love is for each and every one of us. The Sacred Heart of Jesus represents not simply His physical heart but His love for all humankind. We remember Jesus’ great love for us and His example of care, compassion and support for those less fortunate. Following Jesus’ example and as an expression of our love and care for others, families generally supported the work of St. Vincent de Paul’s Winter Appeal and gave to those in need in our Parish and the local community.
Below is the Sacred Heart of Jesus Prayer Service that students and teachers prayed at school on Friday. As we were not allowed to have anyone on site to join us, families may like to us it to pray together.
Hi everyone, I hope you are all doing your best with learning from home, and managing all the changes at the moment. Today’s assembly has been postponed until next Friday, as we think it will be a great opportunity to celebrate successes next Friday, when we return to school. Have a great weekend and stay safe.
On Wednesday the 19th of May each class at Holy Trinity stopped to enjoy a short story read by an astronaut in outer space! It was really cool how people from all around the world joined in this amazing experience.
Here is a link to the world wide simultaneous reading session.
Everyone enjoyed the experience and the story was quite cool too!
Here is the Year 4’s in action (thanks to Mrs C for sharing this great poster) …..