Author: Tanners Wood Teachers

Brilliant Bridges

Juniper Class experimented with construction as they were challenged to build a bridge that allowed a toy truck through, and supported the weight of a toy car.

They could only use pieces of Lego measuring 4cm or less for the bridge itself and the competition was fierce!

Resulting success will be appearing on here shortly!!!

Y4 Tri-Golf Finals Day 

Last Friday , Y4 went to Oaklands College for the Sports Partnership County Finals. We had beaten 20 school teams from the local and partnership finals to get there. A massive achievement in the first place!! Well done Maya, Marli, Mia, Alice, Zoe, Aidan, Austin, Charlie, Jon and Max! 

We were super excited and nervous to take part, there were 9 other teams, who had all beaten 20 school teams as well, all competing for the Tri – Golf Trophy! We had a lovely day and worked really hard in the first half ……. so well that we were in the lead! 

So we were very excited and more nervous….. even the adults! We played as hard as we could congratulating each other at every shot. The scorers were so impressed with us they gave us a Team work baton! We were very proud. 

We continued to play well and enjoyed the sunshine as we were playing.

Once it was over we needed to wait half an hour while they counted the scores. It felt a long time.  We had tried our very best and worked extremely hard. 

Out of the 9 teams, we came 3rd!! WE CAME 3rd!! AMAZING! Well done Y4 tri – golf team. We are very proud. We will display the teamwork baton and certificate on the sports board in September! 

Closer to eruption!

This week Larch have painted their volcanoes, ready to cause one to erupt next week. We looked at pictures of volcanoes first to ensure we chose appropriate colours then worked in our groups to paint over the paper mache. What fantastic results!