Welcome to Tutshill C of E School website.
The school provides education within the context of Christian faith and practice in accordance with its Trust Deed and our Christian values help us to respect each other and to always do our best, making our school a safe and caring environment.
This term we value: Forgiveness
Welcome to the admissions section of Tutshill Church of England School.
We are a popular school and are nearly full to capacity.
If you require further information, please contact our School Business Manager, Mrs Nina Williamson on 01291 622593 who will be pleased to help you. However, all admissions to Tutshill C of E School and waiting lists are now administered by Gloucestershire County Council. You can contact the Admissions Department of Gloucestershire County Council on 01452 425407 or via the web site:
Gloucestershire County Council School Admissions
Gloucestershire County Council School Admission Arrangements 2017/2018
Healthy Living Week 12th - 16th June 2017
We planned a very exciting week to help children understand the importance of healthy eating and exercise. During the week we had many fantastic events taking place including Yoga, Aerobic Table Tennis, Dance plus visits from a Paralympian and staff from Gloucester Rugby Club.
During Healthy Living Week, Year 4 enjoyed making healthy pizzas. They were delicious – we scored them 10 out of 10!
Year 4 loved their Yoga session during Healthy Living Week. Here is the ‘warrior pose’ wonderfully demonstrated!
We enjoyed our Freestyle Football workshop last week. Here is Zachary showing off a brand new trick!
Rhys Jones, Paralympic athlete, visited our classroom. He brought in his Olympic Torch to show us. He was inspirational!
We visited Tesco for a Farm to Fork trail! We went on a fruit and vegetable hunt and even got to try some healthy snacks.
Year Five had a great time creating salads in our new kitchen.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit form Mr Henderson who taught us some useful tennis skills.
Our Farm to Fork trail at Tesco was really interesting. We looked at fresh fruit and vegetables compared to tinned/ frozen fruit and vegetables.
We enjoyed our visit from the Rhys Jones, he told us about his journey so far and answered our questions and showed us his medals.
The Aerobic Table Tennis was fantastic! We moved to music whilst balancing ping pong balls on table tennis bats!
We loved our visit from the freestyle footballer Jamie Knight. He demonstrated some amazing tricks and taught us lots of skills as well!
Children in Need - Friday 17th November
On Friday 17th November the staff and pupils of Tutshill C of E Primary School, went back in time to the 1980s to raise money for the Children in Need charity! One of our school’s values, compassion, was shown in abundance today.
Staff and pupils made a great effort with their costumes. There were leg warmers, rah rah skirts and neon colours galore. We had everyone from Cyndi Lauper to Michael Jackson, as well as the odd Ghost Buster and The Blues Brothers making an appearance. A short disco for all pupils was held in the afternoon and children danced away to some favourite classic 80s tunes. Children decorated cardboard money boxes at home and parents filled them with donations. We were astonished by their generosity. We do not have a final figure as yet, but to expect to raise in excess of £300. Great fun was had by all!
EPIC Day - 20th September 2017
What a fantastic day the children had! The children learnt many movements and why each should be used. The focus of the day was to capture the children’s imaginations and enhance positive development in a fun and motivating way.
Year 5 said "We really enjoyed the warm up, the fun games we played and learning different kicking techniques. The workshop was inspiring"
We really enjoyed the martial arts day. It was good fun!
We had lots of fun learning how to exercise our bodies using punches and kicks. Coach said Tallulah was ‘a natural!’