This afternoon all the children in school took part in the Largest Language Lesson World Record Attempt. Each child that took part raised £1 for Children in Need and has been part of an attempt to get into the Guinness Book of Records. We will let you know the result.
This afternoon the houses competed in the annual House Nature Quiz on the final day of green week.
It was a close fought contest and went to a final head to head round between Montague and Beauchamp, before Beauchamp emerged the victors.
Congratulations to all our teams who made it such a close competition.
Thanks to our special guest, Pudsey Bear, for coming along to our school assembly this morning.
School Council have organised some fundraising activities for Children in Need today and it was great to surprise everyone with such a special visitor.
Thank you to everyone who dressed up today and to those who brought in pennies to support this charity event.
Great to see some fantastic teamwork and community spirit amongst the houses today as they created their 'GREEN' presentations together.
Reuse (Wenlock) Recycle (Montague) Reduce (Beauchamp) Reclaim (Hastings)
Each house, led by their House Captains, developed and then presented and performed their presentations in front of the other houses.
Well to Eco Council for another successful event as we celebrate the school's core value of 'Environment'.
Well done to our squad of Year 6 pupils who competed in the local rounds of the ESFA 7-a-side Football Competition at Tewkesbury School on Friday.
They participated in the large schools section of the competition. After a positive opening 1-0 victory against Tewkesbury C. of E., a tough 0-0 game against Mitton followed. In the next game, they secured a 3-0 victory against Carrant Brook. The final match was a close affair against John Moore, but a 1-0 win was secured.
With one draw and three wins, Tirlebrook were announced as the champions! They were awarded medals and brought the winners shield back to Tirlebrook.
The positive attitude on display from the team was great and matched the performance on the pitch. Congratulations on a fantastic achievement, without conceding a single goal!
The squad will now progress to the district round and represent Tewkesbury in December. Well done!
See School Games blog for full details.
Squad: Sam Janes (captain), Harriet Bethel, Theo Carey-Owen, Lucie Cummings, Jack Ellis, Saul Fox, Danny Phipps, Ben Radbourne & Joe Robinson.
At the end of term we were delighted to let you know that three of our pupils had been selected for the final ten entries in the 'Design a Boot' competition. Children from across the county had been invited to design a new pair of X Blades for Gloucester Rugby player Rob Cook.
Over half term Ella, Rosie and Harriet were all invited to a game down at the Kingsholm Stadium as they had been selected as the final three! They watched the match, got some autographs and received some prizes including a Gloucester Rugby shirt each!
From over 400 entries the final three were all from Tirlebrook... amazing!
Harriet was then thrilled to be announced as the overall winner. Her design will be made into a pair of boots that she will present to Rob Cook. A pair will also be made for her to keep.
Well done to everyone who created a design and took part in the competition and congratulations to the winners.
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