This half-term Year 3/4 have been doing lots of investigations on States of Matter. The children have investigated which states sink and found ice and water do. They also investigated whether a gas weighs anything using fizzy drinks and shaking them then reweighing them. Lastly, the children used cereals to represent particles in the different
Tetsworth 9-1 East Oxford The Year 5/6 girls’ football team beat East Oxford 9-1 in the Oxford School’s F.A. League. The match was played at home on Tetsworth Green in the middle of Storm Brendan! They were sporting their new purple Nike kit bought for them by Glen Marriott of Your Spec. Lolah scored six,
On Tuesday 8th October, 29 children and parents travelled to Oxford Spires Academy to compete in the Oxford City and Thame District Cross Country qualifiers for the Oxfordshire County Finals. Unfortunately, we didn’t qualify but there were some great results from some of our runners. Lucy, Alisdair & Natasha all placed in the top 10
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.
Congratulations to our new ‘house captains’ of the school year 2019-2020. The children wrote their own speeches which put in their bid for house captain of their respective houses. The other members of the house (children and staff) from Year 3-5 voted for the best suitable candidate. This year’s winners are: Alisdair – The Chilterns
Year 3/4 have been dissecting ‘Plants’ in Science. They are learning all of the separate parts of the plant including the stamen, stigma, ovary, ovule, filament, anther, flower and pollen.