For enrichment this week, pupils ‘travelled’ to India in cultural studies for the ‘Holi Festival of Colours’ and in PE, learnt the key word ‘agility’ and developed their ability to change direction quickly and accurately within invasion games.
Massive thanks to the families of Tyndale who helped raise £82 for the charities supported by Red Nose Day. Giggles were heard all over the school on Friday as pupils shared their jokes to put a smile on each others’ faces. Donations can still be made until 26th March via Parent Pay.
We had a productive school council meeting chaired by our Head Boy and Head Girl, Harry and McKenzie, where the reps decided on a new purchase of playtime equipment and the end of term behaviour reward - watch this space! #PupilLeadership
Please note that this is NOT a non-school uniform day.
Red Nose Day is back and after a funny old 12 months, we’re more than ready for a giggle.
To make sure everyone stays safe, we’ll be following the latest Covid-19 guidelines. That means some of our events might look...
Please find below informations about free courses for adults. Even in lockdown, all courses continue to be available. Many courses have moved online and some have a delayed start. New courses are also being added.
We’d like to express our huge gratitude to the Rotary Club of Yate and District for donating 5 laptops to us and facilitated a donation from a Yate resident of £350 for the purchase of more. This will greatly assist our families with remote learning access, giving our pupils the best cha...
We are proud to be supporting #SaferInternetDay within our ICT curriculum. To learn how you can keep your children safe, sensitive and smart online visit: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/safer-internet-day-live-lesson/zdh2wnb