On Thursday 27th May the Year 5/6 Girls entered the Oxford Academy Year 5/6 Girls’ 5-a-Side Football Tournament. The girls won four matches, drew one and lost three with Ruby South scoring five goals and Sarah Saint scoring one. The day was very hot and the girls played eight matches one after the other so
On Tuesday 11th May, Tetsworth and John Hampden took part in the annual Federation Cross Country event. The event was the first time since February last year that the children had taken part in school sports. The Year 3/4 girls & boys raced 2 laps of The Green and the Year 5/6 girls & boys
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.
Class Two Research on the City of Oxford This week in Computing, Class Two have researched on iPads & created posters on Oxford. There was some fantastic artwork created & some really interesting facts found – Hands up if you knew Harry Potter was filmed there? Or that in WW2, the German’s wouldn’t bomb it?
Class Two celebrated St. Patrick’s Day this year in good fashion. The usual village Tetsworth St. Patrick’s Day Parade by the locals had been halted due to COVID and with Clementine, Ava and Kian being Irish we decided to celebrate ourselves. The children danced the Irish Jig to ‘Tell Me Ma’ numerous times, researched the