Welcome to LBL Holy Trinity
**Our academic workshops are sadly on hold due to Covid-19**
LBL Holy Trinity is a brand-new concept; our holiday learning workshops will be project-based and will focus on extending and developing core areas of the curriculum in a fun, relaxed and engaging way. We will focus primarily on activities which centre around a theme or project but will also incorporate wider elements of the foundation curriculum as well as crucial soft skills such as team building, leadership, mindfulness, communication and inter-personal skills.
The workshops are open to all children from Reception to Y6 and aims to extend and build on learning beyond the classroom. They are underpinned by the National Curriculum but without the restraints of targets and data and with the freedom for children to be creative, innovative and exploratory in their thinking and learning. We aim to nurture a fun, challenging and supportive environment where children can learn in their own way without pressure or school-day restraints.
October 2019: Wellness Workshop
Prices are £30 per day and £26 for subsequent siblings.
You can book as many or as few days as you like as each day works as a stand-alone workshop.
The workshops will run from 9am-4pm.
There is the option to use our Walking Bus service to LBL Martin School between 8am-6pm for an additional £10 charge (siblings free).
Please scroll down for information on our learning programme as well as FAQs for parents.
Find out more and book a place!
- Registration Form
- Emergency Contact Form
- Booking Form
FAQs for Parents
What will my child be learning?
Our October workshop will be based on Wellness: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds. It will be based around the children learning about how to look after their bodies in the physical sense through play and exercise, examining the benefits of healthy eating and also focusing on ways to think and behave positively to ensure they feel good about themselves.
The children will also be given plenty of free play opportunities throughout the day to ensure they remain fresh and engaged during the sessions. The overall aim is that they feel they have enjoyed the day and so this will be a key objective.
Who will run the workshops?
The workshops will be planned and linked to curriculum objectives by Fiona and the LBL Holy Trinity team, led by David Cullinan and Naomi Bates.
Fiona is a fully qualified teacher and former Head of PSCHE, Deputy Head of English, Literacy and Intervention Coordinator with 10+ years’ experience in education. She holds a PGCE in Secondary English, an MA and BA (hons) English Literature, an Advanced Diploma in Education, Child Behaviour Diploma as well as qualifications in Play Work and Early Years.
How do I book and how much does it cost?
Spaces are limited and advance booking for LBL Holy Trinity is essential. This is to ensure we have a full range of resources and materials available for each child. The workshops are charged at £30 per day and £26 for subsequent siblings. The workshops will run from 9am-4pm daily. We will also offer a walking bus service to LBL Martin School if parents require wraparound care between 8am-6pm for an additional charge of £10 per day. Bookings can be made by emailing LBLholytrinity@gmail.com and completing a booking form, where Fiona will confirm your place and provide payment details.
Who is this suitable for?
The workshops are open to all children as well as children from Holy Trinity School. We will design and create activities and projects to suit all types of learners; we’ll challenge and extend able and gifted learners to stretch their capabilities and will support and encourage children with less confidence or who those would benefit from focused learning activities in a smaller, less formal setting. All are welcome and each child who attends will be challenged appropriately, pushed to reach their potential and will leave feeling as though they have achieved as well as having had a fun day!
GDPR and Information Sharing
If your child attends Holy Trinity School, we will ask for parental permission to use data held by the school such as an EHCP or support plan if your child has one. All parents will complete a registration form and emergency contact form with medical and allergy information provided as a matter of course. However, additional information would be useful so we are able to plan for a suitable level of challenge. The staff involved will most likely already know this information as Holy Trinity staff, but it would be best practice to ask for consent to use it in an LBL context.