Some brilliant footwork from the Girl’s football team this week as they represented Tewkesbury at the County Finals Football competition. The girls played fantastically and while we just missed out on going to the regional finals it is a pleasure to have secured 3rd place in the whole County!
Pupils in Year 5 sing ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ at the end of their music unit about Bon Jovi and classic rock music. They have worked hard this term and have developed their ability to harmonise with each other, as well as control their vocal timbre to be loud but without shouting. Have a listen by below.
Congratulations to the Boys Football Team for winning 1st place at the ESFA Tournament. Now on to the County Finals!
Congratulations to the Girls Football Team for winning 1st place at the ESFA Girls Tournament last week. Now on to the County Finals!
On Tuesday 9th October, four marvellous mathematicians took part in a Maths Challenge at Deans Close School, Cheltenham.
Our Year 6 mathematicians were challenged with three rounds of tricky maths questions, including solving worded problems, countdown and even algebra! However, the problems didn’t phase our Year 6s and one of our teams landed the top spot to win the Cheltenham Year 6 Maths Challenge.
We are proud of all our Year 6s for representing the school so well and also for demonstrating their excellent mathematical knowledge.
Congratulations to Ollie and Amy and also to Ollie and Eva!
Last Friday, Year 5 pupils got dressed up for a special day to launch their It’s All Greek to me theme. They experienced various themed activities including creating a 3D cyclops eye, painting a view from the Parthenon and decorating a Greek amphora.
A big thank you to Mrs Evans and Mrs Prosser!
Well done to the C of E football team, who have been crowned the Tewkesbury Schools League Champions!
C of E began the last round of league games in first place after putting in some excellent performances before Christmas. This time around, it was a much tighter affair, but with a 2-0 win in their last match, they finished top with 48 points, 2 points above Tirlebrook in 2nd, followed by Twyning, John Moore, Mitton, Queen Margaret’s and Hopeland School!
The win means C of E completed the League and Cup double after winning the Tewkesbury District ESFA Cup earlier in the season.
An excellent season and fully deserved, well done to all involved!