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!
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.
Just before the Christmas holidays Tubbenden was lucky enough to be visited by Tickled Pink Productions. This year they performed an amazing performance of Disney’s Aladdin to the whole school. The children really enjoyed his performance and are extremely excited to see their next show. Tubbenden really enjoys their performances.
By Keira & Anna
Tubbenden had an assembly on differences and how we should not judge people for who they are. We learned that if we were all the same then life would be boring. Celebrating differences is when we all come together to share what’s unique and to accept that we are all different.
On the 19th of February the new trim trail was officially open. The school council and the TFA worked extremely hard and well together to complete it. A huge thank you to the T.F.A (Tubbenden Friends Association), school council and everyone else who helped out. The year 2’s are very glad and excited to move up into year 3 knowing they’ll have it there. All the children love it and can’t wait to enjoy it more. We hope everyone enjoyed the fruit kebabs which were kindly made to be a lovely reward.
Have you had a go at Mr Turveys trick? If so, here is the solution!
1- Have a piece of paper and scissors.
2- Fold in half (long side of page).
3- Cut the paper at the edge once, then turn it around to do the same.
4- Repeat instruction 3 until end of paper.
5- Now cut the flaps however, do not cut the first slip or the last 2.
6- Open the paper to complete the trick!
Warning: Do not cut the end flaps!