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 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
It was too wet to go down on the green, but we played games in the playground, completed a quiz in the hall and watched movies – as well as eating and drinking and not going to sleep until the early hours!
Years 3 and 4 have been across to visit Mr Eyre at John Hampden School for a Lego workshop. Under his expert tuition, they have built and programmed a variety of things, including these super drag-racing cars.
Class 2 have been learning all about the compass rose in Geography. We put their knowledge to the test by getting them to program the Bee Bots!