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Welcome to Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School. We are a one – form entry, voluntary aided school in Garston, Liverpool for children from 3-11. We hope that you enjoy our website and that it will provide you with all the information you need.

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  • EYFS 99.6%
  • Year 1 98.9%
  • Year 2 93.2%
  • Year 3 98.5%
  • Year 4 94%
  • Year 5 96.4%
  • Year 6 97.9%

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Little Dibbers

Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.

Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  1
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  2
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  3
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  4
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  5
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  6
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  7
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  8
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  9
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  10
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  11
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  12
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  13
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  14
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  15
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  16
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  17
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  18
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  19
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  20
Each week a group of year 3's visit the local allotments to take part in a project called "Little Dibbers". This project is run by a local community organisation. Children learn how to plant, harvest, cook and eat the crops they grow.  21
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