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  • Summer Fair

    Thu 11 Jul 2024

    Thursday 18th July 2pm

     

    Fun Games and Activities

    Refreshments & Food

    Entertainment

    Raffle Prizes

    Come and support our school and bring the community together! Enjoy a day full of fun laughter and joy!

    Entry fee £1 per adult with a free raffle ticket!

    Kids go FREE!!

     

  • School Games Gold Mark Award

    Tue 09 Jul 2024

    We are delighted to announce that we, Tudor Primary School have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2023/24 academic year.
     
    The School Games Mark is a Government-led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.
     
    Our sporting achievements this year include:
    All children in Key Stage 2 have attended an extra curricular sports club
    All children in years 4,5 and 6 have attended at least one inter school competition or festival.

     

    As part of our application, we were asked to fulfil criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and we are pleased that the hard work of everyone at our school has been rewarded this year.
     
    A special thanks to:
    Ms Kalra and Ms Magan for sorting cover for teachers attending competitions.
    Mr Dowden for organsing after school clubs and delivering our PE curriculum
    Parents that have accompanied children to competitions and festivals
    Teachers that have allowed children to attend tournamnet and festivals
    Featherstone SSP
    QPR Primary Stars
    The children of Tudor Primary School!
     
    We look forward to applying once again in 2025!

  • June Newsletter 2024

    Fri 28 Jun 2024

    Dear All 

     

    To view our Newsletter for June please follow the link below 

     

    https://sway.cloud.microsoft/SQia3FUHO50ADrr8?ref=Link

     

    Thank you 

  • Primary Awards Green Education for Schools Award

    Thu 27 Jun 2024

    "Judging for the Primary Awards for Green Education in Schools (PAGES) has now been completed. I am delighted to inform you that Tudor Primary School has been selected as the Regional Champion for Central and Southern England for your project ’Tudor’s Sustainability Superstars’.  The Award was won in the Green Researchers category.  Congratulations to Miss Besely and all the School Council children.

     Almost 35,000 young people were involved in the creation of entries for this year’s competition and it was fantastic to see the diverse approaches that schools in the UK are taking to delivering environmental education to their children.  The young people’s commitment and passion really shone through. We received 273 entries, so being selected as a Regional Champion is a massive achievement.  You and the children should be very proud!

    Congratulations and thanks to Miss Besely who has clearly done such a great job of inspiring and organising the children’s efforts.  They have achieved so much and I hope this will inspire you all to continue on your eco journey next year. Congratulations again to you and everyone involved in your project.  It’s quite an achievement to be a Regional Champion! "

     Peter Littlewood - Director of PAGES.

    To view the awards ceremony follow the link; https://youtu.be/PyCFYoWK_kM?si=itnT164vjuHG4vMC

  • Year 5 Play Leaders

    Thu 27 Jun 2024

    Year 5 Play Leaders

     

    As part of our partnership with Featherstone SSP, 16 children from Year 5 have received training during the summer term on how to be Play Leaders and lead activities for younger children.

     

    The staff from Featherstone were very impressed with their levels of maturity and ability to organise younger children.

     

    Well done Year 5!

     

  • Year 5 and 6 Mixed Football Thursday 27th June

    Thu 27 Jun 2024

    Year 5 and 6 Mixed Football

    Thursday 27th June

    @ Goals Hayes

     

    The team were a credit to the school at the Year 5 and Year 6 Mixed Football. They got better with every game and showed great resilience. The pupils made friends with other school children and were invited to take part in some friendlies after the tournament. The pupils also showed great respect to the referees and other staff members at the venue. They fought hard in all of their matches and their skills developed as the day went on. 

    Mr Giordmaina

     

  • Project Active  Thursday 20th June

    Thu 20 Jun 2024

    Project Active 

    Thursday 20th June

    @ John Perryn Primary School

     

    A team of Year 4 and 6 children attended this year’s Project Active which is designed to give children an opportunity to experience sports they wouldn’t normally be able to such as golf and archery.

     

    The children had a very fun day and did the school proud when competing against other schools.

     

  • Year 6 APNA football Friday 14th June

    Fri 14 Jun 2024

    Year 6 APNA football

    Friday 14th June 

    @ Osterley Cricket Club

     

    Two teams of Year 6 children represented the school at this year’s APNA football tournament. 

     

    The B team had some very tough games but despite this they remained resilient and improved in every single match. 

     

    The A team won two out of their three games in the morning, playing some fantastic football with great passing and moving and clinical finishing in front of goal.  They  won a nail biting contest against Selborne in their last sixteen fixture on penalties however they were knocked out of the tournament in the quarter finals by a very strong Fielding side.

     

    Both sides did a superb job of representing the school and they should all be very proud of themselves.

     

  • Pupils at Tudor Primary School Southall awarded a prestigious Eco-Schools’ Green Flag.

    Tue 11 Jun 2024

    This academic year, school council pupils at Tudor Primary School received international accreditation for their exceptional work in promoting sustainability and raising environmental awareness amongst their peers.

     

    The Eco-Schools programme, established in 1994, is now implemented in over 70 countries worldwide. In 2023-24, more than 1.4 million pupils attended an Eco-School in England.

     

    Pupils at Tudor Primary used Eco-Schools’ tried-and-trusted seven-step framework to create positive change. Initially, a pupil-led Eco-Committee was established. This committee took responsibility for spearheading their school’s environmental initiatives, with support from Miss Besely. They first conducted a thorough review of their school environment and curriculum, before developing a year-long plan of action.

     

    Their Action Plan focussed on 3 key issues: Reduce, Repurpose & Refuse and activities included Energy Audit, Recycling & Reducing Carbon Footprint. These activities were thoughtfully selected to increase environmental awareness, bolster their school’s sustainability, and make meaningful contributions to global conservation efforts.

     

    Speaking about their achievements, staff member Miss Besely said, “The Pupil’s dedication and effort have truly made a difference in our school community. Keep up the excellent work. All children were praised for being so articulate, confident, and clear on succeeding in the Sustainability Superstars project”

     

    And pupil Rayaan ‘I love being part of the school council, it allows me to bring in new ideas about helping our plant and raising awareness and we have so much fun with Miss Besely.’

     

    Eco-Schools England Manager, Adam Flint, said: ‘The Eco-Schools’ Green Flag is an international benchmark that demonstrates a commitment to fighting climate change and a high standard of sustainable practice. Students and staff who earn this award deserve recognition for their dedication toward protecting our planet. Every day, they demonstrate that each of us can contribute to making our planet a better, more sustainable, place.’

     

    To learn more about Eco-Schools head to www.eco-schools.org.uk 

    I have also included examples of pupil’s work and achievements/ To see examples of the pupil’s work and achievements, visit https://www.tudorprimary.co.uk/school-council-eco-board/

  • Year 6 Girls Football Friday 7th June

    Fri 07 Jun 2024

    Year 6 Girls Football

    Friday 7th June

     

    As part of our partnership with QPR Primary Stars we were invited to take part in a four team tournament in Acton. The girls put in an amazing effort and performance and would’ve won the whole tournament but they conceded a goal in the final minute of the final match! 

     

    They were a credit to the school and their commitment to the team was outstanding!