What beautiful weather it has been for the Easter weekend. I hope that you have managed to enjoy the sunshine either from your garden or through an open window. Staying inside and staying safe is hopefully having the effect we are all hoping for and each day we do the right thing together, we are making a difference and getting through this. Keeping apart will be the quickest way back to being together!
Creativity is certainly flowing from Trinity learners as you will see from our creativity walls in the news section of the school website. Our focus for all of the Easter holidays is on the value of Creativity so please carry on sending your photos to email@example.com.
The quote currently on the welcome page of our website is from ‘The Mole, the Fox and the Horse’ by Charlie Mackesy and sums up our Trinity community beautifully :
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
“Kind”, said the boy.
We received the amazing total of 83 donated Easter eggs and myself and some staff were delighted to deliver them to lots of our Trinity children for lots of different reasons. A bit of chocolate is always welcome! Thank you again to all of you who took the time, even in amongst all that you are coping with, to drop the eggs off at school.
School will ‘return’ for the summer term on Tuesday April 21st but in the meantime enjoy being creative, enjoy life at a slower pace and, if you’ve still got any left, enjoy some chocolate.
In the words of Forrest Gump (favourite film of mine)
“My mama always said, ‘Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
‘What’s normal anyways’, says Forrest.
We certainly didn’t know we were going to get this challenge but together we are facing this ‘new’ normal as a community showing kindness, compassion and support for each other.
Do please keep in touch and remember school is there for you in whatever way you may need us.