Our next session will be in Pine Class on Thursday 26th April. Please bring along any books you have finished reading and exchange them with different ones!
Well done to KS2 for a super dodgeball event, great enthusiasm and enjoyment was shown by all. Thank you very much to the sports council for refereeing so well and helping the younger team members. We left the field alone- Y5/6 played on KS2 playground, Y3/4 in the hall and outside on KS1 playground. A great morning had by all! The photos below illustrate this.
A group of children from Tanners Wood took part in a run around Cassiobury park to help raise money for the Peace Hospice. Amy and Luke ran as representatives of KS2 and William, Freddie and Max ran as representative s of KS1.
We have since been informed that William, Freddie and Max came third overall in the race as a Tanners Wood team!
On Saturday 24th March at 10am, five Y5’s competed in the county final at Cassiobury park. It was rather damp and cold but we were very excited to take part. There were children who were part of competitive running clubs there so tension was high! They ran with great confidence and did themselves proud. Well done Zoe, Toby, Ben C, Kyle and Jacob.
Jacob came second in the boys race and Ben C, Toby and Kyle came in the twenties out of fifty boys. Well done all! We are very proud!
Yesterday, Ash class completed their daily mile with a difference. Some children chose to roll or carry a hula hoop, throw, catch or kick a ball, whilst some chose to just run. After the daily mile the children explored hula hoops, balls and skipping ropes. They were also very enthusiastic about dance routines on ‘GoNoodle.’ Why not sign up to ‘GoNoodle’ for free at home?
It’s that time again! Bring books along to Pine Class after school today and exchange them for different ones! Restock your child’s bookshelves for free!
Ash class were shocked on Monday afternoon when they discovered a trail of tissues in the classroom! They had listened to a new story in teacher time and decided that Big Bad must have left the trail. The children explored the classroom for evidence using magnifying glasses and binoculars. They also used meter sticks to measure the trail. Meanwhile in the Role Play Area the children acted out the story of The Three Little Pigs.