Six members of year 6 are lucky enough to be able to take part in a project which includes building a go-kart. Two children from each class in year 6 are working in teams of 3 to create a go-kart that will be raced when finished. Each week we meet working on it in stages, near the end a design is put on the go-kart. A lot of hard work goes into it.
Here is a pic collage showing what they have done so far.
Mr Maher has reintroduced her wonderful Gardening Club to all children in the Juniors. This club will run on a Wednesday Lunchtime.
We hope all new members will use their gardening skills to help our school in the future!
We hope everyone has had a wonderful Easter Holiday over the past few weeks! New events and activities are being introduced to our lessons. The work in our school as progressed over the holidays. Welcome back!
The Morning class had a nice surprise on Monday when they came in to see the field full of snow again! we took full advantage of this and the children had a great time pulling each other around on sledges and sliding down the grassy bank. Our literacy focus this week has been the story ‘Superworm’. The children have enjoyed looking at books from the library about mini beasts and engaged in a PE activity copying a yoga video called ‘Stella the Stick Insect’
The Afternoon class have also enjoyed listening about mini beasts and enjoyed digging in mud for ‘worms’ and picking them up with tweezers! they also enjoyed a walk looking for mini beats around the school. The children have been having fun in the ‘Doctors Surgery’ role play area, dressing up as doctors and nurses and helping their friends to get better. In PE they have been playing parachute games and had races to see who can roll down the hill first!
Thank you to everybody who helped their child to make and Easter bonnet, the children enjoyed showing these off in the Easter Assembly this morning 🙂
In the Nursery, the Morning Class have been exploring the Literacy Focus ‘ Who Sank the Boat’ and have enjoyed a lot of boat based activities! The children played a game of sharks and boats in PE using hoops as boats to try and avoid the sharks and made boats out of junk modelling material which they put in a tray of water and used small wooden people to see how many people it took to sink the boat!
The Afternoon Class showed a lot of interest in playing schools so we turned the role play area into a classroom for the week where the children enjoyed setting activities for their friends to do. In PE they have had fun tackling obstacle courses, climbing, jumping and balancing. The children have also shown a lot of interest in building towers recently so the afternoon children had a fun task of seeing how high they could build Lego towers and some of them challenged themselves to count the bricks!
All day Friday we have celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day in the Nursery. The children were invited to come in wearing green clothes and we read the story of Saint Patrick. The morning children enjoyed activities such as making soda bread, attempting some Irish dancing and painting some snakes with pipe cleaners. The afternoon children watched a video about how Saint Patrick’s day is celebrated, engaged in a rainbow ribbon dance and had fun making rainbow CD’s.
Happy Saint Patrick’s day 🙂
Six girls from year 6 have decided to create a litter picking club to help our environment as well as our school. This club runs every week on a Tuesday. It came as quite a shock to our leaders and attenders of the amount of rubbish just on our school field. This club is a great success and we wish to continue it to improve our land.Well done GreenCleaners!
On Thursday the 8th of March Tubbenden Primary School took two netball teams to Darrick Wood. Each team played 2 games making 4 games in total. Tubbenden played very well and went onto win all 4 games. The scores were: Tub 5-1 Dar,Tub 5-2 Dar, Tub 3-1 Dar and
Tub 4-0 Dar. Well done to the girls and their amazing coach ,Mrs Brash.
This week at Tubbenden we are celebrating world book day. On Monday 5th March to Friday 9th March we are lucky enough to have an author visiting us: Margret Bateson-Hill. Throughout the week each year group will get a workshop from Margret which will be very inspiring. For world book day each year group has a book written by Margret and will be studying it throughout the week. We are all looking forward to the workshops.