High Five for you and me!
Trinityhouse Palm Lakes celebrated Ascension Day today!
The Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ, also known as Holy Thursday, Ascension Day, or Ascension Thursday, commemorates the Christian belief of the bodily Ascension of Jesus into heaven.
On the 20th of January 2018 Trinityhouse Heritage Hill Pre-Primary hosted their annual Getting to know you Braai.
It is our aim to make all the new families feel welcome, let them get to know each other and all the teachers.
We thoroughly enjoyed the morning with our new families and little people.
We held our Inter House Gala on Monday, 15 January. Coverdale, Tyndale and Wycliffe competed for the top spot with great team spirit. All the pupils swam and supported their team with great enthusiasm. Records broken included U16 boys 50m backstroke and 50m freestyle by Daniell van der Merwe, U19 boy’s freestyle by Callum Thompson and the U19 freestyle relay by Coverdale. The spirit trophy went to Coverdale and the winners of the day were Tyndale with Coverdale coming second and Wycliffe coming third. It was a great day filled with much fun and enjoyed by both pupils and staff.
The weather is warming up, the flowers are blooming and spring hats are the spring accessory of choice at the Pre-Primary School. To celebrate the spring season, each child made their own hat in class which were on full display during our Spring Hat Parade. The kids shrieked with joy and they pranced around the school in their own magical creations. While colours popped, many chose sparkles, feathers and even paint to make their own design unique. To end the day, each child was treated to a yummy ice cream treat. Hooray for Spring!
Trinityhouse Little Falls always goes out of its way to make learning fun! Many times it’s those extraordinary creative lessons that children never forget. This last week as a part of the Grade 000 and 00 class theme of “Bread”, the whole school put on their chef’s hats and were treated to a fun Make-a-burger day. Each child was given their own yummy burger and got to put their favourite toppings and sauces on all by themselves. While making the burgers was indeed fun, the best part was definitely eating their little creations. Moms, watch out for our little budding chefs next time you make burgers at home as they can make a masterpiece of a home favourite!
The Pre-School recently put on their annual play production called, “A Musical Journey through the Decades.” Our talented pupils sang and danced their way into the audience’s hearts with their routines and amazing costumes. The audience sang along as our stars shined musically. From the 1950’s to today’s pop culture, music was on everyone’s lips as we watched an amazing production unfold before our eyes. Thank you for all the hard work our Pre-Primary pupils and staff worked to make the show a success.