We recently welcomed Jamie, a marine biologist, who came to talk to us about his travels around the world, working with wildlife. He had some fantastic photos and videos and kept us all entertained with his stories and fascinating facts. He is off to Antarctica soon for six months; we are going to write to
What a fantastic day out in London, visiting The Globe and then a river trip from Westminster to Greenwich.
Class 3 are studying Private Peaceful or War Horse in literacy – we made poppies for our branch in remembrance of all those who died during WW1.
We looked at the life and works of Van Gogh in June – and these lovely displays were waiting to greet the children when they came back in September.
Over the past few weeks we have been busy stitching our best books and printing the covers.
Tetsworth Year 5/6 boys team played Great Milton in a football match at Great Milton Rec and came out winners with the score finishing 7-2. Emil Ponte scored four goals, Jermaine Muponda grabbed a brace and Alisdair Milne finished the scoring with one. The game saw some great tackles too, Peter Fincham defended very well