Year 3 News

Hello and welcome to our webpage.

On Friday we had our lights changed in the classroom so as had an interesting morning!

We listened to some French music today about colours.

On Thursday we made muscles in Science – ask us about how our muscles work.

In English we have been learning about The King’s Promise and editing it.

We have just finished our topic of multiplication and division in Maths and are now beginning to learn all about length and measuring.

 

Written by Emily, Olivia and Megan

Newsletter #11

Tewkesbury Church of England Primary School

Chance Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. GL20 5RQ

Headteacher: Mrs C. Scott Tel: (01684) 292309.

Newsletter:

26/1/2017

Value this half term is: RESPECT

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A reminder that all newsletters are on our website www.tewkesbury-primary.co.uk these are not every week but as and when needed. You can have it sent to your personal email address. (please give updated details to the office)

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OUTSTANDING

Last week we had our SIAMS inspection (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodists Schools) I am delighted to announce that we were awarded the OUTSTANDING grade. The full report is on our website. Below are just a few comments made by the inspector.

‘Embedded Christian values shape the life and ethos of the school. This has a direct influence on the excellent standards of behaviour, positive attitudes and high quality relationships enjoyed across the school.’

‘As one pupil described, ‘Jesus made such a big difference to the world, we can easily make a difference to our own community if, together, we follow Jesus’ example’

‘The school’s inclusive approach gives opportunity to all, irrespective of background, culture or physical ability.’

‘The school makes a huge investment in the personal development and welfare of its pupils, ensuring that pastoral care is exemplary. Unique in the sight of God, and as an embodiment of the school’s vision, each is ‘valued, challenged and nurtured to aspire to reach their full potential’.

 

Safer Internet Day – for parents

To coincide with Safer Internet Day, we are hosting an event presented by the ‘You’re not on the back foot!’ team for parents to learn about the impact of Social Media on children. The event includes presentations from two speakers a short film depicting a teenager’s personal experience as well as an opportunity for parents to share their concerns.

This will take place at 6:30pm on Wednesday 7th February.

Important dates reminder

Year 6 Mock SATs week beginning 29th January

January 31st Visit Y3 visit to Selly Manor

Monday 5th February Parents prayer group all welcome

Tuesday 6th February Y5/6 football competition

Tuesday 6th February Reception parents stay and play

Wednesday 7th February Reception parents stay and play

Wednesday 7th February Reception classes parents welcome service at Holy Trinity(time to be confirmed)

Wednesday 28th February Parents maths workshop- Addition and subtraction

Friday 9th March Y4 Visit to Bishops Wood

Community Centre

If you know of any charitable organisation that may need a venue for their group to meet please contact the school office. They may qualify for a free room.

Zumba Gold Chair is a fun chair based fitness class with Latin based and funky music. It is suitable for everyone especially beneficial for those with limited mobility, young at heart and wheelchair users. Every Wednesday at 11.00 am. Totally FREE! At the community Centre.

Newsletter #10

 Tewkesbury Church of England Primary School

Chance Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. GL20 5RQ

Headteacher: Mrs C. Scott Tel: (01684) 292309.

Newsletter:

12/1/2017

Value this half term is: RESPECT

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A reminder that all newsletters are on our website www.tewkesbury-primary.co.uk these are not every week but as and when needed. You can have it sent to your personal email address. (please give updated details to the office)

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It has been a very busy week for the children with the launch of their new topics. Year 6 have been learning how to survive as cavemen and have been building shelters. Year 5 have had a visit from the Space Dome which filled the hall and has left them thinking about the universe around them. Year 4 have emersed themselves in live sketching of flowers inspired by the artist Henri Rousseau. Year 3 can tell you that the human body has 206 bones as they have launched their science topic with identifying and naming these bones.

Year 2 have had a mysterious visit from Paddington Bear who left a trail of distruction with abandoned marmalade sandwiches in the classroom! Year 1 dressed as fairytale characters for the day and have produced some wonderful writing. The Reception classes have had a visit from our ‘Lollypop’ lady and have been busy designing her a new coat that had to be waterproof, reflective and warm. Our Pre-school have been enjoying their nature walks around the school grounds.

After School Clubs

This term sees the start of even more after school clubs. Please ensure you collect your child from Cascades carpark.

Important Dates Reminder

Friday 19th January Swimming Gala

Monday 29th January Year 6 Mock SATs week beginning

Monday 5th February Parents Prayer group all welcome

Tuesday 6th FebruaryY5/6 Football Competition

Tuesday 6th February Reception Parents Stay and Play

Wednesday 7th February Reception Parents Stay and Play

Wednesday 7th February Reception Parents Welcome Service at Holy Trinity(time to be confirmed)

Wednesday 28th February Parents Maths Workshop- Addition and Subtraction (Reception  – Year 6)

Friday 9th March Y4 Visit to Bishops Wood

Community Centre

If you know of any charitable organisation that may need a venue for their group to meet please contact the school office. They may qualify for a free room.

Zumba Gold Chair is a fun chair based fitness class with Latin based and funky music. It is suitable for everyone especially beneficial for those with limited mobility, young at heart and wheelchair users. Every Wednesdays at 11.00 am. Totally FREE! At the community Centre.

Paddington has left the building!

Today Year 2 said goodbye to Paddington, he visited over the weekend and returned last night to collect the marmalade sandwiches that the children made, along with a letter and map that the children created and some personal messages from the children. He left one last note to say goodbye, but we’re hoping for a postcard when he arrives in London! We’re pleased to say he made less mess during his last visit.

Bye Paddington, we hope to see you again soon!

  

Black Country Museum in the snow!

Black Country Museum in the snow!

At the end of last term, Year 2 went on a trip to the Black Country Museum, as a celebration of our Victorian theme, “Rags. Riches and Royalty!” Our trip would have been exciting enough but it was made even more special because it had snowed! The museum looked magical and we had a wonderful time; for some children, it was the first time they had experienced snow that was so deep!

During our day, we experienced a lesson in a Victorian school, met Victorian guides who told us about their houses and even tried traditionally cooked chips! We definitely needed a warm lunch after walking around in the snow.

It was an amazing day that children, parents and staff alike will never forget!

 

 

Paddington Visits Year 2!

This morning, Year 2 walked into their classrooms to find some very strange things! In Miss Armstrong’s classroom, there were footprints on the table, crumbs and a bucket where someone had washed their feet. In Mr Rylatt’s classroom, there was a half-eaten marmalade sandwich and a small suitcase! The mystery was solved when Mrs Mills came in with some CCTV footage which showed that Paddington Bear had been in our classrooms last night!

After finding a letter from Paddington, we spent the rest of the day researching London including the landmarks and its location. We wrote back to Paddington and even made him an extra supply of marmalade sandwiches! What an interesting day we had!

Year 3 January news

When we got back from our brilliant Christmas holiday it was very surprising because we had our school Christmas dinner in January! Mr Stagg, our new teacher, taught us for the morning and Mrs Yeomans taught us for the afternoon. We wrote down what we wanted to find out about the Tudors and what we already know.

Thursday morning we had Open the Book assembly. We learnt about homophones during Literacy. Ask us about to, too and two or son and sun! We had an exciting afternoon learning about the different types of skeleton in animals and humans.

Friday Literacy lesson was very fun because we had to find 10 QR codes. Each gave us a picture which we used to design our own adventure story.

 

Written by

Bethan and Poppy