School Successes 2018 - 2019

What happened in 2018-2019?!

The school is a very busy place with things happening at a fast pace!  The Governing Body want to highlight and share the schools’ successes with its stakeholders. Pleased read on to see what they are!

The school has continued to move forward in its drive for excellence. Alongside high quality teaching and well-resourced learning, children continually exceed national outcomes. The school also places much emphasis on the support it provides our youngsters in regard to social and emotional growth. This is achieved through different pastoral interventions and access and knowledge of nurture, attachment and trauma training.

The school is also proud of some of the activities and events that have been provided for the children to create fun, smiles, laughter, joy, happiness and ultimately memories and experiences. There are so many to include that the list is too long! However, here are some:

  • We saw Year 5 and Year 6 footballers take part in a tournament at Woolaston with the boys coming 5th and the girls, winners! Six children represented the school at the Gymnastics Competition held at St Johns School and did themselves and the school proud. Plus, our choir attended the Young Voices 2019 at Genting Arena and sung beautifully.
  • Sports day was another success with so many children pushing themselves beyond their own and their parent’s expectations, amazing!
  • Book Fair, Red Nose, Children in Need and Rags to Riches Reusable Clothes Collection was another success, all raising money for good causes.
  • Trips to Cheltenham Science Festival, Gloucester Cathedral, Everyman Theatre Cheltenham, Wild Place, and even Barry Island! Some great days out which we all would have liked to have gone on!
  • The Easter Bonnet Parade and Christmas productions were fantastic for the children and their families to experience.
  • The PTA Spring, Summer and Christmas Fayre’s are special events by supporting the school by bringing children and families together. 
  • Let’s not forget the NSPCC Speak out, Stay safe Programme and STEM week, both exceptionally important for education for two different reasons.

One again an amazing and successful year for the school. Well done Tutshill School!