COMMUNITY - CREATIVITY - ENVIRONMENT - POSITIVE ATTITUDE
In assembly this morning we celebrated the core values of our school by awarding our core value medals and the core value cups. Well done to all the pupils who were recognised for reflecting the core values throughout the term.
The Year 3 and Year 4 children showed fantastic teamwork as they put on their Spring Term Concert this week.
The storytelling, dancing, singing and acting all combined to make a great show and the teamwork on display was wonderful to see.
Many thanks to their families for their support and to the staff who worked so hard to make it all happen.
Congratulations! A wonderful experience and some lovely memories to look back on!
What an amazing week of activities we have had! From training shoes and wristbands to Bake Sales to running a mile and a Sport Relief assembly!
A huge well done to Sport Council and Miss Featonby for their hard work getting everything organised and a really big thank you to everyone who has contributed to their fundraising. Once we have a total we will let you know!
It was fantastic to welcome a group of Japanese students to Tirlebrook today.
They were given a guided tour by Year 6 pupils and put on an assembly for us.
They then shared some of their skills in origami and calligraphy during House Harmony time.
Many thanks to the Luke Theatre Group who we welcomed back into school today.
They entertained the children by telling the story of Easter with puppets and singing.
It was great to see the children clapping along and enjoying the show whilst also learning about Easter time.
On Saturday, fifteen pupils and two members of staff travelled to Sixways Stadium in Worcester to watch the eagerly anticipated Aviva Premiership local derby between Worcester Warriors and Gloucester Rugby. After entering the stadium, they were delighted to have the opportunity to have a photograph taken with the Aviva Premiership trophy that was on display at the stadium. Following this, purchases were made in the club shop before meeting Maximus, the Warriors' mascot. Once they were in their excellent seats in the North Stand, they were treated to a highly entertaining and intense match-up between fierce rivals. They saw two terrific tries close up, one each for both teams. After being welcomed over the tannoy at half-time, and a visit to some of the food outlets, they saw Gloucester desperately trying to get back into the match in the second half, but eventually losing by a scoreline of 28-20. They were also extremely lucky to meet and have a photograph taken with Warriors' Georgian loose-head prop Val Rapava Ruskin. It was a great day. Many thanks to Miss Featonby and Mr Lockley for accompanying the children and organising such a fantastic experience for them.
Please read the update letters that have been sent home and posted on the Y2 and Y6 class pages.
You may also like to watch the videos posted on the class pages for further information.
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