Henry Tyndale School
Learning & achieving together
Our students and staff had a wonderful afternoon celebrating the Queens Jubilee.
Lenovo Virtual Reality Project - 22nd October 2020
Our students (and staff) had a fantastic time travelling to Africa and Australia - virtually!
Jeans for Genes day 2020
This year we held a whole school virtual assembly. Classes decorated jeans that are display on our Whole School display in the entrance area. This display also has puzzle pieces that have been decorated by pupils and staff showing how we have all come back together after lockdown
A visit from Father Christmas 2019
Father Christmas came to visit the infant department on Wednesday 18th December. Everyone joined in jingling lots of bells and tambourines waiting for him to arrive. We could hear him coming closer ringing his loud bell. His helper elf helped Father Christmas to give everyone a present. Lots of children ripped open their presents straight away! We all waved bye bye to Father Christmas who had to go back to his reindeer and sang jingle bells as he left.
Christingle Service 2019
Upper School Christingle Service at St Peter's Church; we had a wonderful time with parents, carers and our friends from Fernhill. Happy Christmas, everyone!
Centenary Battlefield Tour 2019
Three students from 6th Form have participated in the government-sponsored Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme; this was a four day trip to Ypres and the Somme, visiting cemeteries, memorials and museums, in addition to attending the Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate. They behaved impeccably, and we are very proud of them.
Jeans for Genes day 2019
We raised money for Genetic Disorders UK by taking part in Jeans for Genes day by wearing jeans to school and having a special assembly.
Every class in school decorated some pieces of denim to make a patchwork quilt for the display board at the entrance of the school which looks great!
Zurich Volunteers decorating and making raised flower beds Summer 2019
Thank you so much to the volunteers from Zurich that came into school to help us. They decorated some of the corridors and made some raised flower beds for the 6th form students.
We really appreciate what you did which makes such a difference to the school
Thank you for being so great to work with!
Staff and students wore orange on Friday to raise money for Challengers play scheme. Many of our students at school access this play scheme which is an invaluable out of school play experience for them and respite for their parents
6th Form Leavers Garden Party Summer 2019
The 6th form held a garden party to say goodbye to this years leavers. Family, friends and Governors were invited. Everyone enjoyed the tea, playing games together and watching the farewell photo slide show
MOVE Sports Day 2019
Due to having a total of 36 students on the MOVE programme at Henry Tyndale School, we decided to hold two MOVE sports days this year-one for the 18 older students on our main-site and one for our 18 younger students on our Early Years site.
Although we were fortunate to have dodged the showers during our first sports day we were not so fortunate on our second sports day, but rain did not stop play and we managed to hold it inside by using the dining hall and corridor!
Focusing on the theme of ‘The Fairy-tale of MOVE’, the students were split into groups of six to access three different activities, before all coming back together to tell the story of Sleeping Beauty using the large parachute.
Rushmoor in Bloom 2019
Every year the school enters the Rushmoor in Bloom competition. There are various categories and the children work hard at planting a variety plants to make the school grounds look really colourful. The school won a variety of certificates for the children's hard work. Two children won individual certificates for their designs of a Flower Bonnet
Well done everyone for all your hard work!
Remembrance day 2018
Henry Tyndale remembered the 888,246 commonwealth military who died WWI; students each made a poppy and added it to the wreath in the foyer, 'signing' their name on the 'remembrance page.'