Children in Need

16 Nov 2017

Tomorrow is Children in Need. This year, the theme is 80s! Please remember to bring in your £1 donations for mufti.

Also, a number of teachers are completing challenges throughout the day. Miss Ball is cutting her hair off and donating it to make a wig; Miss Curry is getting covered in baked beans; Mr Plews is having is legs waxed; Miss Newling is cycling all day; Miss Diego is belly Dan in good during our assembly at 3:00pm and the EYFS teachers will be in the stocks after school. Children can sponsor the teachers to complete the challenges through donations. This can be a little as much as people would like to donate. You can also donate on parent pay if you would prefer.

As well as the above, there will be a cake sale after school. Please bring in cakes to support this. 

It's going to be a fun day! 

By Mr Girton

Mrs Mather

10 Nov 2017

Here are two of the 6DG girls performing Mrs Mather, our class LAMDA poem. This is a pretty impressive effort, considering the children only had 30 minutes to learn, practise and perform the poem.

By Mr Girton

The Week Ahead

10 Nov 2017

Next week is a busy week at Telferscot with Anti-bullying Week and Children in Need.

On Monday 13th November, the children have been asked to wear odd socks to raise awareness for anti-bullying. In addition to this, the whole school will be creating a giant hand on the school playground to show solidarity against bullying.

Friday 17th November is Children in Need. This year our theme is '80s Dress Up.' Some of the teachers are completing different sponsored activities and there is an assembly for children on Friday at 3pm.

If you have any questions, please send me an email or speak to me in the line...

By Mr Girton


08 Nov 2017

Today was a busy day in Year 6. One group of children were represnting the school at tag rugby, winning the tournament; another group were at Rambert Dance studios, participating in a fantastic workshop and the other group had a game making day at school using Scratch and 'Makey-Makeys.'

The gaming group invited 3AN to test out their games. I think 3AN were pretty impressed with the games on offer.

By Mr Girton