How do I begin to sum up a term which have included so many topic trips, sport successes, Maths and English progression and a class that wins a trip to Mallorca?!
I don't think I can!
I am as proud as punch of you all.
Very well done all of you.
Please do involve yourself in the 'maths of the day' over the Easter break and do any reading activities or writing that you can get involved in.
If you have any questions about Mallorca then please do ask; keep an eye on the tab at the top in case any new information comes through.
Have a great break.
Mr. Tomkins :-)
Well done for sharing your activities that you created with Ms. Voller yesterday with the children in Year 1.
To further our understanding of co-ordinates from yesterday, we looked at translation and reflection.
What do you read first: the x axis or the y axis?
A great treat for a Monday morning...well done to all the performers!
Thank you for attending the parent meeting this evening; the tab is now active on the page.
Have a lovely weekend!
Mr. Lockley informed me about the wonderful effort on show from 10 of the class today at the Rugby Festival at Newlands.
Hope you had fun and well done on the successful result!
We had a very special talk this morning from John Badham this morning. He taught us a lot about the history of the Abbey, with lots of references to our Tudor topic.
Some of the things we learned:
First of all, can I say how proud I am of the whole community...you contributed so much to this success. At this school we pride ourselves at not giving up, believing and excellence: all of this has been shown in abundance over the past week, and indeed in their years at the school. I am, as I always have been, incredibly proud to say, 'I am a Tirlebrooker'; I hope you are too.
We told the children at the start of the year to grasp every opportunity with both hands; boy have they done it!
So, we are going to Mallorca! - I still can't quite believe it.
We know there are many questions to be asked and we will be sharingthis information with you, to the best of our knowledge, on the evening of Friday 23rd March at 18:30 in the School Hall.
So proud of you all.
This week, we have a bit of a puzzle. Remember you must use the prompt as it is shown here & it must be in your post. The prompt is:
… but how did he/she get up there?…
Things to think about:
Well, this is a week I shan't forget for a while!
What a time it has been to see the class, school and wider community come together to help us in our pursuit of 'The Ultimate School Trip'.
I am so proud of you all - whatever the result is on Monday evening, we can be very proud of everyone's effort and know we couldn't have tried harder. The message has literally gone around the world; there is no more we can do now!
On top of this we have practised our test technique; learned about the Tudors in Tewkesbury and completed our Science work on the circulatory system!
Have yourselves a well earned rest this weekend and come back on Monday with positive attitudes and with your fingers and toes crossed!
(There is always the Maths of the Day and 100WC too!)
It is time to be relentless in our pursuit of this goal...
Help Y6 children from Tirlebrook Primary School from Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire to win the opportunity of a lifetime by voting for their entry in the Jet2 Holidays 'Ultimate School Trip Experience' by clicking on the link below, choosing the London Stansted region and voting for Tirlebrook
VOTING IS LIVE NOW and open until this Friday at 18:00. VOTE NOW!
Try to ensure that the people who you are asking do it immediately - in our modern world with so much going on, it'd be very easy to forget.
The 'order of operations' is what we've been revisiting in our arithmetic time this week.
This is an agreed set of rules that mathematicians have agreed to use when more than one operation is involved. (Remember BIDMAS still applies when brackets aren't used too!)
B - Brackets
I - Indices
MD - Multiplication and Division
SA - Subtraction and Addition
Also try to remember that the final two are of even importance - so we work from left to right!
On Friday, Mr. Lockley and I are going to head to Morrisons to try and muster up some final votes in the foyer at Morrisons.
Thanks to the parents who have supported with this; I know some families have started implementing this idea already.
We will aim to be there between 3:15 & 5pm.
We would love it if the children came and were a face for it too, however the supermarket have asked us to ensure that there is an adult with each child.
If you're able to come along on Friday afternoon with your child that would be amazing.
If you could let us know on here too, that'd be helpful so we can anticipate numbers.
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