All of the children dressed up in red and white on Monday 25th April to celebrate St. George’s Day this year. Work on who St. George was, was done in class, assemblies were had and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, Football’s Coming Home and Jerusalem were all listened to! Shoutout to everyone who dressed up and
On Friday 18th March at 9.30am exactly every child from Nursery to Year Six took part in a mass game of Musical Bumps in an attempt to break a Guinness World Record and raise money for Comic Relief at the same time. Alongside 60 other Oxfordshire Primary Schools Tetsworth danced and sang their way through
Xia Zu, Ryan’s mum came to give the children an assembly on the Chinese New Year on Tuesday 25th January. She explained to the children about how 2022 was the year of the Tiger, what province she came from in China and how the Chinese celebrate the Chinese New Year. Xia also mentioned how her
Tetsworth Primary School have been celebrating their 140th Anniversary of being a school. The last few months the children have been having visits from former pupils. They have been attending Tetsworth Primary to talk about what they have been up to since they left the school. There has been a variety of things the former
On Friday April 23rd, the whole school dressed up in red & white for St. George’s Day. The children sang songs like God Save the Queen & Jerusalem, learnt about St. George & created art work on him too.
Year One & Two are studying ‘Plants’ this half term in Science & have been walking around Tetsworth drawing their observations of them. They went up the Jitty, to the Forge, on the Green & in St. Giles’ Church.