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Tenbury C of E Primary Academy

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Choir at the 3 Counties Show 2023

Y3 pupils visit the Worcester Central Mosque! February 2022

January 2022: Y5 Pupil artwork displayed in St. Mary's!

We’ve entered in the Fun & Active Playgrounds competition and are in with a chance of winning a playground transformation worth £3000 for the new academic year! We’re crossing our fingers as the Silver Sports Package includes 6 bright and colourful playground markings that encourage physical play and activity. With a Netball Court, Dance With Me, Active Trail, Jump Game, Dartboard and 4-Way Hopscotch – the range of markings can be used to enhance breaktimes and PE lessons!

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Y6 and Y4 pupils visit a Hindu Temple - November 2019

Jon the Potter visits Tenbury Academy and Phoenix Class make Mayan masks!

Tenbury Primary Academy win 'Sports School of the Year' award!     (July 2019)

We are so proud to have won this award, run by Malvern Hills District Council, for all the competitive sport we provide, the range of after school sports clubs and for encouraging our pupils to improve their health and fitness further by running the Daily Mile. Well done everyone!


The other great news is that we have now raised enough funds to have our all-weather Daily Mile track installed on the school field over the summer holiday. An amazing achievement! A huge thank you to all of our pupils, parents, carers, staff, governors and members of the local community, who have supported us this year.

Tenbury Academy wins the Tesco bid!

Great news! We have been successful in gaining the top fundraising amount of £4000 from the bucket and token scheme in Tesco. This means we are well on the way to raising enough money for our all-weather track around the school field. Our PTFA are busy raising money from various events, including our school fete which will take place on 14th June, and we are hoping to have raised the full amount by the end of the summer term. A big thank you to Tesco for their generosity and to everyone who has supported us by putting their tokens in our bucket! 


Supporting our local community!

A huge well done to some of our Y6 pupils who took part in a 'Beetle Drive' for some local residents at Cornwall Gardens in Tenbury. Much fun was had by all and more visits are planned!

Election of the new Junior Mayor of Tenbury Wells!

Following an election in Squirrels Class (Y6), the first ever Junior Mayor has been democratically elected! Her first official duty will be to switch on the Christmas lights in Tenbury on Saturday 17th November - come along to see her in action!

Remembrance Garden - November 2018

Some of the children from our academy decorated pebbles which were then used to create a Garden of Remembrance in Tenbury Civic Gardens, along with commemorative benches and a soldier, as it was the centenary of WW1. A special dedication service was then held on 11th November, following the Remembrance Day Parade and church service. Please go along and have a look - it has created a very special place. 

Olympian Visit - 11th October 2018


Everyone had an amazing day when Lizzy Yarnold, twice Olympic Champion in the Skeleton, visited our school. She gave an inspirational talk in assembly, encouraging all of us to show courage and determination and follow our dreams! She then encouraged and motivated our pupils as each class completed sponsored fitness circuits - we are trying to raise as much money as possible to have an all-weather track installed around our school field so that we can run the Daily Mile all year round. We were lucky enough to spend the whole day with Lizzy (and her two Olympic gold medals) and then gave her a flag-waving enthusiastic send-off at the end of the day! We hope the photos give you a little flavour of how incredible the day was: something that we will all remember and cherish for many years to come.

Author Visit October 2018

We were very pleased to welcome children's author Helen Wendy Cooper into school on 2nd October, where she read her latest book 'The Kissing Tree' to our KS1 children and then ran poetry workshops in Zebra, Panda and Koala classes. The book was specially commissioned for the Tenbury Mistletoe Festival and is all about Jack the Jackdaw!