The girl’s football team played really well against some much larger schools at the annual Len Hutton (Millennium Trophy) 6-a-side football competition. They played 7 matches – all without the benefit of substitutes – and managed to draw a few, though they ‘came second’ in the remaining matches. As a team they improved greatly as the afternoon went on, and our Goalkeeper was awarded ‘Player Of The Tournament’ for fantastic work keeping the balls out of the net. Overall the British School won the tournament of 16 schools.
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ICT plays a major part in all our lives, and a big part of our role in school is to prepare children for the future. More than ever before, that future is unpredictable because change is happening so fast. Just think how rapidly we’ve moved from mobile phones to tablet PCs! So this week I…
Extinct no more, a herd of woolly mammoths were spotted out and about last week in the local vicinity. If found, please provide a good home. (Emily, Claudie and Delphie’s mammoths are pictured here. Class 4 are focussing on ‘The Stone Age this term.) Isabell wrote “Today all of my friends took photos of our…
Class 1 thoroughly enjoyed the visit of a lamb today. Mr Eley was on hand to answer questions about lambs and his work, and the children were given a fantastic opportunity to get up close to the woolly visitor.
On Wednesday 6th November all the girls from Class 4 went to the local school’s tournament, held at KLB. There were four teams. Larger schools Blue Coat and British sent one team but we sent two. Girls from Team B said “We played British first and drew, 1:1, then we were against North Nibley A….
On Tuesday 29th May Classes 3 and 4 visited the Badminton Estate. More text to follow.