Is your child due to start school in September 2021? If so, why not come and see what we have to offer.
We are holding some informal tours of our school by appointment only.
All across the school, children have been taking part in lots of craft activities, as part of our Harvest celebrations. What fantastic masterpieces they have made!
Children in our Reception class had lots of fun decorating cakes and biscuits to look like scarecrows! They were yummy too!
We would like to send a huge thank you to all our children for wearing Autumn colours this year, instead of our Harvest sale of goods. Your donations were extremely generous and we managed to raise an amazing £99.70 for Tean and Checkley OAP Association.
Thank you again, you are all amazing!
Mrs Rees’ class went on a hunt around school grounds for natural resources to use in their Harvest artwork. They had great fun collecting leaves, twigs, nuts, acorns and much more! They are now going to use nature in their art masterpieces.
On Monday 28th September, the school took part in the Nationwide ‘Big Anti-Bullying Assembly’. Pupils watched an online assembly that discussed the impact of bullying and how to address the issues associated with bullying. The assembly was led by a host of celebrities who were campaigning to ‘Raise their hand to end bullying’, including England manager Gareth Southgate and Anti-Bullying Ambassador Peter Andre. Children demonstrated their knowledge from a series of questions and discussion points which led to them pledging an end to bullying and to know what to do if bullying happens to them.
We would like to thank all our families, for embracing our very different Macmillan fundraiser. You have all been extremely generous and we have raised a staggering £282.62.
These challenging times are forcing us to think alternative ways to carry out our normal events and your support is very much appreciated.
We are sure that Macmillan will be very grateful for your amazing donations.
Our year 1/2 children enjoyed exploring our Story Logs this term. In groups the children followed the trail of story logs, which were kindly donated by Mahia’s mum, following their instructions to create their own story. You can see from our pictures that they had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed their adventure.
Carved Pumpkins will be displayed in front gardens around Upper and Lower Tean from Friday 30th October - Sunday 1st November 2020.
If you are interested in taking part in Tean’s first lockdown Pumpkin trail. Please visit their facebook page for full details on how to get your creation onto the pumpkin map!
Please can we ask all paerents/Carers to follow the Covid Symptoms At Home Flow Chart, before sending your child/ren to school.