The tags came out today...
How did you do with the passing and the final game?
We reveived a wonderful talk from Fraser who is an educational volunteer fro, the RNLI.
He shared lots of information about what they do and how they operate an amazing operation to keep the shores of Britain and Ireland safe.
I hope it has inspired many of you to get involved in our fundraising projects for the charity, which also ties in with our Y6 residential.
As usual, you will write 100 Words and the prompt is the beginning of Peaky’s speech
’Greetings humans of Earth…’
You can use it as a chance to get YOUR message out to the world. Maybe you can appeal to world leaders or highlight a particular cause you support.
The winner will be chosen from those nominated for the showcase which will be published on 24th November
At the moment we are not sure when Peaky will be launched as it will depend on the weather and the aviation authorities but we will choose our winner to have it all ready for Peaky when he gets into space!
The competition will close on 19th November.
Another well worked week in Elder Class done: you have worked on angles, made electric French games, been involved in some fantastic sport and marked remembrance day very respectfully.
Enjoy the weekend...hope you get up to something fun (look at the slideshow to see what someone from Elder Class has been doing with their Friday evening!)
(Remember the 100 word challenge post and to have a go at Mathletics too!)
Every Friday we are going to try and attempt 'The 100 Word Challenge' https://100wc.net/ which is a creative writing challenge, inspired by words, quotes or images.
100 words is approximate!
This week's theme is...
...but where were they going?…
Things to consider:
Nine of our Year 6 boys represented the school in a football competition at Tewkesbury School. Four tough games were all tightly fought with Tirlebrook victorious once and drawing the remaining 3 games. 1-0 (Vs Tewkesbury C of E),1-1 ( Vs Carrant Brook), 1-1 (Vs John Moore), 0-0 (Vs Mitton).
The team showed great courage and resilience; they pulled together when games looked tough and played with equal measures of tactical awareness and enthusiasm.
Captained by William Haslum, the team also consisted of: Rhys Davis, Danny Etheridge, Elliot Thomas, Zac Jones, Alfie Dowding, Fraser Matharu, Harrison Murch and Jonathan Peirce.
Together they should be proud of the positive attitude they displayed in the community and their second place finish in the competition.
It was great to welcome the year 4 children in today to play our French Colour game that we have developed as part of our work in DT and Science.
How did you feel yours went? Did your circuits work? We're Silver Birch class enjoying thems elves playing your game?
We have made an electric board game today...
Can anyone explain what it's about and how it works?
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