Tetsworth Primary School’s Year 5 and 6 boys’ football team have qualified for the Oxford School’s Football Association League Finals for the first time ever. They had to play four league matches against other primary schools in the competition with only the 1st placed team qualifying for the finals’ afternoon. The boys lost their first
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The girls from school were mascots at the Oxford United Women’s football match vs. Basildon on Sunday 24th March. The girls got to meet the players in the changing rooms before the game and collected autographs off of the players. They then had a training session on the nearby pitches and waved the flags before
What a wide variety of funky hair do’s we saw on Friday 15th March, from sparkly wigs to cup cakes. Everyone looked fabulous, even when working hard on a power point presentation in science! Thank you for all of your support. We raised £154.50.
Year 6 attended the Junior Citizens workshop in Oxford. They listened well and put forward their ideas on safety in various scenarios with confidence. We’re afraid we can’t show you more photos or give more information as we’d like each Year 6 group to experience the session without prior knowledge.
Class 3 have begun the process of making Egyptian burial masks. Task one was to get a modroc impression of their face – fun, but messy! The latest stage of our masks – covering the modroc with papier-mache. Messy!