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The Trinity

CofE Primary Academy

With faith we live, learn and grow together


We try our hardest in all we do.


We treat others how we would like to be treated.


We are fair.


We treat everyone with kindness.


We are brave in the face of new challenges.


We listen and forgive each other in order to move forward.

Bible Explorers

During Covid-19 our risk assessment will not allow this to run. 
Bible Explorers is on at Tuesday lunchtime from 12:00pm - 12:45pm. It is aimed at Y3 - Y6 children. If you would like your child to take part then please see Mrs Smith in the office. 

Bible Explorers is a team of six from the church family @ St James Devizes who come into Trinity during Tuesday lunchtime.


Term 3 and Term 4 


15TH-–Jesus Baptised & Tempted (Matthew 3 & Luke 41)

22ND--Jesus and his disciples(Matthew 4)

29TH-  Jesus Calms a Storm(Matthew 8)



5TH –Jesus and the woman from Samaria (John 4)

12TH Parable of wise and foolish builder (Matthew 7)

26TH Parable of the sower(Luke 8)



5-       Parable of the Lost Sheep & Coin (Luke 15)

12TH-Jesus brings Lazarus back to life (Luke 10)

19TH-Easter Story-The last week (Luke 19)

26TH-Jesus’ Power over Death (Matthew 27, John 19 Matthew 28)



2nd- Jesus appears to his disciples- (John 20)


Term 1 


This term we have aligned our teaching with the school values and are looking at ‘Justice’. Today’s session was entitled GOD is JUST & ALWAYS FAIR

Our session aim was to invite the children to see that justice is at the heart of God’s character. He has no favourites and treats us all equally- Jesus would have died on the cross for 1 person’s wrong doing.


The children have been given a ‘take-home’ craft activity this week, we started to create ‘HANDS THAT DO JUSTICE’- each child has been given a hand to decorate, a plastic cup and various colours of pom-poms, feathers, cotton wool etc. By way of inviting them to consider how ‘just’ their thoughts & actions have been or are becoming, we have given them the following colour code to work with- the theory being that if they act/ think in a just manner or are observed by others to be acting justly, they can stick the corresponding colour item onto their hands. We pray that in this coming week, their hand will become a mass of colour/ texture / shape.


WHITE:- I have forgiven somebody who has hurt me

BLACK:-I have said hello to somebody I don’t like

RED:-I have something nice-used kind words

GREEN:-I have cheerfully said YES to a request from a parent / teacher

YELLOW:-I have chosen not to say something hurtful

PINK:- I have chosen NOT to argue with somebody-parent / teacher / friend

FEATHER:-I have stopped to help somebody / made them laugh / asked them how they are feeling

HEART:-I have seen somebody else acting in a just manner / using a just approach



How has your child / children practised ‘justice’ in their own lives this week-if you see any ‘just’ thinking or behaviours, do feel free to add to the hand

Has your child / children not used the phrase ‘IT’S NOT FAIR’ at home this week?


Tuesday 25th September


Today in Bible Explorers we continued to look at justice with a focus upon ‘forgiveness’. We read Matthew 18 V21-22 and learned that in response to Peter asking Jesus “Lord, if my brother sins against me, how many times must I forgive him” Should I forgive him as many as 7 times?. Jesus answered, “ I tell you, not just 7 times but 77 times”.  We discussed how much God forgives all our wrong doing Jesus and encouraged students to think about how much they forgive- hard to see- a little bit like a ‘mouse’ or overflowing, abundant & obvious like an elephant- just as God’s grace is poured out upon us.


We encouraged the students to think about and practice ‘forgiveness’ this week- mouse or elephant




If you would like to know more about Bible Explorers or St James Church do feel free to get in touch

Rob Jackson-Outreach Worker

01380 723891


Bible Explorers in Action