Our Collective Worship Value for this half term is:
We all have talents that we can use to serve others to brighten their lives.
Perhaps you have a hidden talent waiting to be discovered!
26th June: Class Photos
Area Athletics at The Gryphon School
27th June: Y6 Induction Day at The Gryphon
Moving Up Day for the rest of the school- we look forward to welcoming our new children
Gwen Rutland in from the Church Flower Arrangers Group to work on Textile Art with Elm Class
28th June: Oak Class and the children from Y5/6 of the Sherborne Cluster Schools sing :Abba
at The Gateway Community Church Yeovil – workshop during the day and performance for family and friends at 6:00-7:00pm
30th June: Non- uniform Day – please bring in a tombola prize ( gift, bottle, jar) for the Summer Fayre
Please return Sports for Champions sponsorship forms and money
KS2 Rounders and Cricket Tournament at The Terraces Sherborne
Swimming Dates for the Summer Term are:
June 6, 13, 20, July 4
This week our collective worship visitors were Sathya with her daughter and nephew, who came to talk to us about Hinduism. Sathya showed us how Hindus pray and about Ganesha a Hundu deity. The pictures of the wedding were very colourful and we heard about Holi, which is the throwing and applying of colored water and powders on friends and family.
Wednesday 21st June Thornford School Year 6 visited St.George’s Roman Catholic Cathedral School in Lambeth. Children from this school were evacuated to Thornford during the Second Word War. The children had a tour of the school from Stephanie, Danielle, John and Nequila. then we all went to see Matilda the musical in the west end. What a fabulous day we had!
After school, we played a great game of football with mixed teams. Our thanks go to Rich Goddard and Jerry Ridout for organising this.
We then took a short walk down to St.Mary Magdalene Church Thornford, followed by scampi and chips in the pub.
Bon voyage and Au revoir!
Click here to download Thornford School Sports Fixtures Spring and Summer 2017
Thornford CE VA School is a Church of England School. Our Golden Thread is :
Treat others as you would like to be treated yourself
(Based on Luke 6:31)
The children are valued as individuals and encouraged to develop their full potential through a range of high quality educational experiences.
Thornford School is ALWAYS a SAFEGUARDING school