Tetsworth Primary achieved the ‘gold’ award for their participation in sports events for the school year 2018-2019. The Oxfordshire School Games recognised their hard work in representing their primary school on the sports field. The school engaged 95% of Reception to Year 6 in inter-school activities and 100% of their pupils in intra-school activities.
The Lord Williams’ Festival of Dance took place on Wednesday 19th June at the Phoenix Studio at Lord Williams’ Lower School. This year Tetsworth was represented by children from Year 2 to 6. Tetsworth’s Mighty Army danced Street Dance which was performed to Kill the Dance by Akon. The consensus was that they absolutely smashed
On Friday 14th June the whole school turned up for a mammoth penalty shootout to raise money for UNICEF’s Soccer Aid fundraiser. The children had a special opponent in goal in the shape of Mr. Hankey the school’s headmaster. The children took on penalty each and lots of penalties were saved and scored. All of
On Friday 7th June, 19 children from Reception to Year 2 represented Tetsworth at the Ignite Sports Multi-Skills Event at Oxford City F.C. The children took part in lots of events including javelin, archery, basketball, football and golf. For lots of the children it was their first time representing the school at sport and although
On Wednesday 5th June the whole school went down to Tetsworth Green for the school’s annual Sports Morning. The children took part in lots of different events including long-distance, vortex throws, bean-bag races and sprints. Even the parents took part in an inaugural dad’s race and a mum’s race with Kian’s dad and Jasper’s mum