The Y6 football team played Darrick Wood Junior School on Tuesday 17th October.The boys played well scoring 2 goals in the first half going up hill ,despite trying hard ,Darrick Wood scored 2 more goals to equalise with 1 minute to go Joshua put the ball in the net to make it 3-2 with 20 seconds left.The boys tried hard and won there game having many injuries nose bleeds, bruised legs the boys managed to hold on! Go Tubbenden!
The year 6 girls football team played their first match on Wednesday 11th .The scores for all games were: won 3-0, lost 2-1 , lost 1-0 and lost 2-0 .They came 5th place and scored 7 points for their first match .The girls did well and will be sure to win all games in the future!👍
The year 6 football team had their first match on Friday. Over the past 3 weeks ,Tubbenden football team have played 3 matches : 3-2(Wickham Common), 0-0( Pickhurst) and 3-1(South Borough). Good luck to the team on 17th October against Darrick Wood Primary!
By Carter and Joana
Crofton Roman Villa
On the 5th of October year 3 went on a school trip to the Crofton Roman Villa . While they enjoyed dressing up, making mosaics and looking at the wonderful remains of the villa, they also discovered that under our school field is a Roman Villa. They also learnt about how they lived in those ancient times.
By Jaydee and Harry
Mrs Davey has taught the Tubbenden staff all about Seesaw. Seesaw is an app/website that allows children to share their work with their parents. All the classes now have their accounts – everyone is really enjoying using it.
We would like to say a huge congratulations to all the people who got a knighthood in the past few days. They have lived up to Tubbendens’ values and achieved either their bronze,silver or gold. Also we would like to say a immense thank you to all the parents and guardians for supporting the children.
By Jaydee and Joana
On Friday 6th October the school had two amazing harvest assemblies. Every year-group had the chance to present their learning to the school and in the infants to their grand parents as well. A lovely set of well sung songs made the assembly a treat for the ears. Also a very special thanks to Mrs Poxon for organising it and Mrs Braddock for helping the children learn the songs.