Football Evening

Yesterday, C of E took part in multiple football competitions simultaneously!

One of our teams was made up of our Year 5 and 6 girls, who took part in the Tewkesbury Girls ESFA Football competition and secured 2nd place! They had a number of tough matches but showed brilliant determination and teamwork throughout. This commitment meant that it was all down to the result of the final match! The final score was a draw which meant that the overall winner was selected from a goal difference. Well done girls for a brilliant performance!
Our other team was made up of our Year 3 and 4 boys who took part in the first half of the League. The boys played a total of 5 matches and showed some real passion and resilience. We will have to wait until the Spring term and the other half of the league to find out whether we can keep our trophy and title of reigning champions!

Harvest Festival 2021

A massive thank you to all those who contributed food this year for Harvest Festival. This will be passed on the Tewkesbury Food bank.

Thank you to Lucy Betts and Stephen Walker for leading our Harvest celebrations assembly!

We can’t wait to get back to our usual routine of attending Holy Trinity church to perform our usual Harvest celebrations with parents in attendance, but this year we made the best of it by getting together as a school and performing songs, reading poems and giving thanks for the Harvest.

However, to give a sense of the wonderful singing ability of our pupils, have a listen to the this whole school performance of iSingPop’s “A Brighter Day”.

C of E’s Virtual Art Competition

C of E’s Virtual Art Competition

Last week, we held our own Virtual Arts Competition for the children at home and in school. The aim was to recreate a famous work of art using themselves. It was amazing to see so many children getting involved and being so creative, we couldn’t believe how good all of the art entries were.

 

We hope that you enjoy this videos which showcases many of the pieces that were created. Well done and thank you to everyone who got involved.

 

 

 

Virtual Sports Week 2020

Virtual Sports Week 2020

Last week, to celebrate National Sports Week, we held out own Virtual Sports Week for the children at home and in school. It was fantastic to see everyone involved and enjoying the different activities. Thank you also to all the parents, friends and family who participated, I’m not sure who was having the most fun!

 

It was a close competition in the end, but the eventual winners were Abbey, so well done to you. I hope you enjoy the video and keep yourself active over the next few weeks!

Virtual Sports Week – The Importance of Exercise

Virtual Sports Week – The Importance of Exercise

As you’ll know, this week we have been carrying out our Virtual Sports Week, where you have been set 15 challenges to complete to try and earn points for you House. All the points gained will go towards your House totals and the House with the most points will be our first ever Virtual Sports Week Winners.

As we’re focussing on sport this week, Ava (from year 4) has filmed an excellent video which talks about the importance of exercise and the benefits it brings to you. We loved it so much, we wanted to share it with you all. Well done Ava and well done to everyone who has taken part in our Virtual Sports Week so far. You all look like you’re having lots of fun!