After a tense competition against The British School, our team won the Local Area finals to secure a place in the county semi-finals. This means we have been local area champions seven times in the last eight years (2014 being the exception, when the champions were… the British School!) Spectators were allowed to ‘speculate’ as we went along and the tension was high as each school took it in turns to win the earlier rounds, leaving the result in doubt until the very end. Alice B thought that the questions were very hard, and the quiz master (Mrs Freeman) restricted thinking time to 15 seconds per question. The hall was in near silence as our team identified hornbeams, greylags and ox-eye daisies. Eventually they scored 29 points against 22. A big thank you goes to Mrs Bailey and Mrs Meyer for their help and expertise.
Sadly I have decided to take a break from the blog. The reality is that there is enough happening at school which requires my time. Comments requested have not been forthcoming and therefore I judge that at this time the blog does little to further the work of the school. I hope that the pupil…
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On Tuesday this week a team from school played in the KLB Tournament. On the team were Tilly, Josh, Will, Harry, Rebecca, Alex and Torran. They played four matches and tried extremely hard in each match. Unfortunately they came second in each match! Four goals were scored altogether, including the one pictured below. Josh scored…
Catch our Nature Quiz success story in the Gazette, dated 25th July! My thanks goes to Mrs Shepherd for the text and photo.
Thank you for once again modelling the spirit of generosity. All the gifts were gratefully received. I will write with totals etc when I receive them.
We had a fantastic time, joining Year 6 friends from the six primary schools in the Tyndale Cluster.