On Monday morning, we gathered for the passing on of the Leadership Batons and announcement of the Year 6 Leadership positions for next year.
We also presented the TORCH Bearers of the term with their certificates.
Click here to view the video of the assembly.
Congratulations to all of our Year 6 2022 students on your positions, and thank you to Year 6 2021 for your leadership of the school this year.
Congratulations to the Prep to Year 5 TORCH Bearers. The Year 6 TORCH Bearer will be announced at Graduation.
As we come to the end of 2021 I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our HT and St Mary’s families – Buon Natale! It has been a jam packed year but we made it!! The link to our Festa di Carnevale production was sent to all families via Operoo yesterday. There has been some lovely feedback from parents and students.
Best of luck to our graduating class of 2021 – Buona fortuna! Wishing you all the best as you go to secondary school.
From my famiglia to yours – Buon Natale e Felice Anno Nuovo!
Ciao Signora Formichelli
That’s a wrap from the art room.
Thank you to all our wonderful students for participating in Art Remote Learning Lessons when you could. I loved seeing the art works you created at home. I have loved being back in the art room and we have had fun with paint and other materials.
Have a wonderful holiday everyone
On Friday 3rd December Holy Trinity gathered around the school to view our Lego car travel around the school. Mrs. Whelan has been working with students from a variety of levels during lunchtimes over the last few weeks to build a cardboard track that could carry our Lego car. The track began in the Mini Space where the 5/6 classrooms are located and passed through the office area into the Great Space. The students gathered around the track in the Great Space cheering the car on as it passed through the 1 Blue classroom and outside to the asphalt area near the basketball court. Finally, the track took one final left hand turn and finished outside the Year 3 classrooms. The journey for the car was smooth even over the stairs until the finish line was in sight where the car took spill. After a quick repair job the car took the last few metres to the cheers of the school and an impressive time of 3 minutes 17 seconds.
Thank you to Mrs. Whelan for organising this enjoyable activity and to all the wonderful helpers who gave up their time to work on the track over the last few weeks.
Here is the video of Friday’s Lego car challenge…..
Here is a sneak peek for our car track challenge where a Lego car will be driven along a cardboard track made by the HT students from the Year 6 classrooms through the school and all the way to the 3/4 portable classrooms. Your challenge is to guess how long you think this will take in minutes and seconds.
What is your prediction after viewing the following clip?