Welcome to Tutu Class
Welcome to Tutu Class! We are a mix of Year 5 and 6 pupils, who are taught by Miss Musgrave, Mrs Bostock and Mrs Deegan. We do Spelling, Maths and Literacy every morning and our afternoon timetable is currently as follows:
Monday - Computing (coding) or Music (appreciating different music) and Spanish
Tuesday - RE (Islam and sacred places) and PE (athletics)
Wednesday - PE (rounders) and PSHE (health and hygiene)
Thursday - Topic (South America; Rainforests; Mixed Media)
Friday - Science (Materials and their Properties)
Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school with them for tag rugby on Tuesdays and gymnastics on Wednesdays.
Wed 20 Jun - Fri 22 Jun
Y5/6 Snowdon trip
Thu 28 Jun
Lego Robotics Day for Y1 - 6
Thu 12 Jul
KS2 summer concert
Fri 13 Jul
KS2 to Royal Air Tattoo
Tue 24 Jul, 14:00-15:00
Tue 24 Jul, 15:30-17:30
See the full diary...
Condover Hall Day 1
Lots of fun kayaking and raft building, despite the rain! The children have settled into their rooms and are looking forward to lots more fun in the next few days.
The Roman Army
In Class 5, we have been learning all about The Romans - in particular, the power of their army. As part of this topic, the children designed their own shields and we made the most of the sunny weather by going out on the rec and practising our best Roman army formations: the testudo and the orb.
Year 5/6 Cricket Tournament
On Monday 22nd May, the Year 5s and 6s took part in a cricket tournament at Shipton-under-Wychwood. The children were great team players, enthusiastic and had big smiles on their faces! I think the beautiful weather helped!
Bookfeast visit for Years 3 to 5
On a very rainy Wednesday 17th June, Years 3 to 5 visited St Hugh's College, Oxford to meet the children's author Claire Barker.
We all enjoyed listening to her speak about her inspirations to write (she has always loved reading) and we all enjoyed creating a new Pirate character with her.
She told us that she had been a teaching assistant and was frustrated by the lack of exciting books around. This inspired her to start writing her own stories, the first of which, Wishbone Pepper- Ghost Dog, we have been enjoying at snack and story time. She reminded us that it is never too late to start writing and that it is very, very easy to quickly develop a character and a setting.
So maybe we can all have a go!
RAF Falcons Trip
On Friday 5th May, Year 5 and 6 took a trip to the RAF base to watch the Falcons. Unfortunately, due to the weather conditions, the Falcons were unable to parachute down, although I think watching the C-17 fly over, exploring inside the chinook, meeting and receiving utographs from the Falcons and learning how they pack their parachutes more than made up for it! The beautiful weather and ice-cream probably helped too!