easter egg raffle
kirton village sale trail
science week at tsm
Next week at TSM is Science week and we are looking at Smashing Stereotypes in Science!!
Have a watch of two of the stories we will be watching in assembly......
Each class will be learning about a different scientist and completing experiments in their field of science...
Reception- Tu Youyou
Year 1 Wangari Maathai
Year 2 Charles Turner
Year 3 Jane Colden
Year 5 Rosalind Franklin
Year 6 Mae Jemison
Why not research your child's scientist and find out together what they are famous for!!!!
Click on the link to see the Jubilee tree planting on the Trimley St Martin Parish Council website!
easter egg hunt
year 5 message
School Games are proud to announce a new Spirit of the Games value:
Chosen by young people within the network and in partnership with Planet Earth Games, this value encourages us to think more about the everyday choices we can all make to help the planet.
what are the spirit of the games values?
The Spirit of the Games values of determination, honesty, passion, respect, self-belief, and teamwork were developed by young people to identify what the experience of school sport should be built around and they focus on personal excellence through competition.
school games active assembly
This assembly features short talks from representatives from Youth Sport Trust and Sport England about the upcoming ‘home’ Commonwealth Games, followed by an interactive Q&A and physical activity session for the children, hosted by our guest athletes.
The hosts are:
- Ali Oliver MBE, CEO of the Youth Sport Trust
- Jayne Molyneux, Director of Children and Young People in Sport England
- Steve Frew, Former Commonwealth Gymnastic Athlete
- Jenny Wallwork, Former Commonwealth Badminton Player
- Grace Harvey, Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Silver Medallist
The Assembly demonstrates how the School Games will unite inspiration from the Commonwealth Games with the boost in investment it has received from Sport England, via National Lottery funding to provide positive sport experiences to motivate more inactive young people than ever before.