As you are aware, Holy Trinity students are supporting the needy people in our community through their support of St. Vincent De Paul CHRISTMAS APPEAL. Bakers Delight Mountain Gate, are again providing the Christmas Tart fundraiser. We are selling a pack of 6 Fruit Mince Tarts or 6 Lemon Tarts or 6 Mixed Tart Packs (3 Fruit Mince and 3 Lemon Tarts) for only $10 a pack. We will raise $2 from every pack sold. All profits will go to St Vincent de Paul’s Christmas appeal to support people in our community. With every purchase of Christmas Tarts, you will receive a voucher for a free block loaf of bread that can be redeemed at Bakers Delight Mountain Gate.
We will accept orders and payment (via CDFPay) until 9pm, Tuesday 8 December 2020 at 9pm
The Bakers Delight Christmas Tarts will be delivered to the school and brought home by students on Monday 14th December. As parents cannot come on site; please indicate below if you are okay with your eldest child bringing tarts home or if you’d like staff to bring tarts out to the pickup bay/ gate and hand them over to you.
It would be wonderful if you share information about the fundraiser and link (below) with family, friends and neighbours.
Thanks for your support,
Deputy Principal /Religious Education Leader
To order & pay click link:- Bakers Delight Tarts-SVdP Fundraiser.
Please ensure that you have completed CDFPay correctly.
(You should receive payment confirmation via email)
Fruit Mince Tart –A Christmas favourite made with real sultanas, currants, apples and mixed spice, all encased in delicious shortcrust pastry. Our Fruit Mince Tarts are the perfect addition to any festive event!
- Egg friendly Nut friendly
Lemon Tart – Tangy lemon curd encased in short crust pastry – irresistible!
- Nut friendly
Today (Friday November 20) all the students participated in Friendship Groups for the first time since March. Each Friendship Group consists of a mixture of students from Prep to Year 6. Together each group learns about a range of different topics centred around wellbeing as well as doing lots of fun activities. Today’s session involved learning about bullying and was in recognition of the National Day of Anti Bullying and Violence which took place when during remote learning. After learning about these themes each group got the opportunity to play with their frisbees on the oval and take them home to play with after this session.
Here are a few photos of our afternoon activities ……
The Year Two students have worked hard over the last two weeks to organise the Holy Trinity Christmas Appeal, as part of their RE classes. The appeal will run from Monday 23rd November and finish on Friday 4th December.
All money raised will be used to buy toys for children, special Christmas food and vouchers, which will then be given to Vinnies Scoresby to give to families in our local community who need a little help this Christmas.
Please help us Make Someone Feel Special This Christmas!!!!!!
Ever since our Year 6 Digitech leaders began their leadership roles they have really wanted to organise a Minecraft Club for the students in our school. Unfortunately, due to COVID we have been unable to conduct our Minecraft Club until this week.
Some students in Years 2, 3 and 4 have been given the opportunity to participate in our Minecraft Club where they are learning to use a variety of the tools and skills used in this program. This club takes place during lunchtimes on Wednesdays and Fridays. Our Minecraft Club will continue until the end of the year.
Next year we are hoping to continue our Minecraft Club with our new Digitech leaders as well as to begin a Minecraft Club with a new set of students.
A big thank you to our Year 6 Digitech leaders for all of their efforts in helping to get this club up and running for our students.
Here are a few of our students in action during a recent Minecraft Club session.
Welcome to this week’s virtual assembly.
Congratulations to all of our award winners this week, fantastic effort and some great achievements. Keep up the great work girls and boys.
Congratulations also to all the prize winners. Your prizes are in the office for you to collect at the end of assembly. Big thanks to Mrs Whelan for organising all of these great prizes.
Have a safe weekend.
Wishing all the Years 5 and 6 students good luck for a fantastic school camp next week.
Please join in our Remembrance Day Prayer Service led by our Yr 6 Liturgy Leaders.
Remembrance Day reminds us to pray for peace, to think about what we are doing as individuals, as a community and as a country to bring God’s peace into the world.
This is a time when a believing community should once again turn towards prayer and towards ideals Jesus gives us in the Beatitudes.
Remembrance Day Prayer Service
Remembrance Day Prayer Service with Captions