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16th June 2017

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Firstly, we would like to congratulate our Year flypast from none other than the Red Arrows
8s on another very pleasing set of Common at 5.38pm. Now if ever there was an incentive
Entrance examination results. They have been to help FOTM clear up this must be one of the
tremendous role models all year around the best!! We thank Mr Woodwood and Mr and Mrs
school, on the sports field, on stage, on the Baguley for all their help.
cross country course and in the swimming pool,
and their hard work in the classroom has been
rewarded with some fine grades. The overall
class average was 70%, a Grade A, and 50% of
all marks were either an A or A*.
We celebrated the end of the exam week last
Saturday with a tremendous evening of fun and I
thank all those concerned with making it such an
enjoyable evening.
At the timing of writing this Tracker we do not
have the results from the South West Athletics
Championships and we hope to publish these
next week.
We look forward to seeing you all at the FOTM
Family Fun Day tomorrow. As you know there
will be plenty to entertain us including lots of The FOTM Fun Day will also provide us with an
live music and plenty of food and drink. At excellent opportunity to unveil our plans, and
4.30pm we have Rich Goodwin performing a ten launch our fund raising campaign, for the Friends
minute stunt show over head in his Anana Pitts of Tockington Manor Music and Performing Arts
Biplane. As an extra special treat for those of Suite (see overleaf for more).
you staying on afterwards, there will be a special

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FOTM MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS SUITE
Please do visit the TMS gazebo at the Fun Day for more information about this very exciting
development.

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SPEECH DAY
We are delighted to announce that we will be joined by Ben
Breeze this year to present the prizes at Speech Day. Ben,
a successful rugby player, played for England U21s, Wales
7s, Wales A, Exeter Chiefs, Newport RFC and Bristol. He
now heads up the Bristol Sports Foundation. In addition,
Ben has won 9 All Party Parliamentary Awards.
We are looking forward to welcoming him at the school.

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TRACKER L7 SWIM AWARD
Congratulations to Chloe
Askew and Poppy Soanes
on achieving their Swim
YEAR 2 PRESENTATIONS England Level 7 Award at
Well done to Katie Woodhouse and Bradley Stoke!
Harrison Leadbeater for being the first in
Year 2 to do their presentations this year.
Katie spoke about made-up animals and
Harrison talked about water vessels.
L7 GYM BADGE
Everyone enjoyed listening and looking
Well done to Janu at the visuals. Well done!
Sapkota who achieved SALISBURY COUNTY
a level 7 gym badge this TENNIS TOUR
week! On Sunday, Cole O'Leary
(Year 4) took part in the
Salisbury County Tennis
RACE FOR LIFE
Tour. He played in the
Jeanne and Marie Veron took part in the orange ball and, after 8
5Km Race for Life in Bath last Sunday. All hours of tennis, won his
the runners raised a whopping 77000 for tournament!
Cancer Research. The girls had great fun
and are looking forward to their next race.
Well done!

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PHOTOS FROM
THE YEAR 8 BALL
We hope that everyone
enjoyed the ball, here
are just a few of the
snaps from the evening.

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ROUNDERS
U10 Tournament at The Downs
The U10 girls went to Wycliffe on 14th June for Poppy N was chosen as Player of the Match by
the tournament against The Downs, Wycliffe The Downs and she was a worthy winner of the
and Beaudesert. We played three matches and accolade.
worked hard on a hot, sunny afternoon.
Some excellent moments of fielding should be U9 Tournament at The Downs
mentioned including super catches by Anna, Mrs Gooch was proud of the effort and sporting
Charlotte, Beth and two by Poppy N which were behaviour displayed by all of the girls. Well done
all worthy of note. Tight, accurate bowling by to the team on their 4th place!
Anna and Poppy and some good backstop work
by Kaya.

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SWIMMING
Severnside
Congratulations to our Severnside team who team, U9 Boys Relay team, U11 Boys Relay
produced a stunning set of swims to win team, U13 Girls Relay team and U9 Girls Relay
convincingly this week. team.
The teams led by Rachel and Jonathan were During the final swim we witnessed the fastest
organised and enthusiastic, and our experienced swim in a TMS pool for relay - an astonishing
swimmers, Angus, Dalis, James, Ceredig, and 58.92 seconds! Well done Rachel Shutt, Jonathan
Alys, imparted wisdom to some very jittery Year Baguley, Jake Wakeling and Iona Campbell. Not
4s! only are you the fastest swimmers in TMS, you
are the fastest Severnside!!
The results were:
Well done and thanks to all who came to watch,
Under 9 Boys: 1st (Gabe Carrel, Cole
from a very proud Mrs H.
OLeary, Barney Bishop, Toby Littlejohn)
Under 9 Girls: 2nd by 1 point! (Eva Lewis,
Gemma Allen, Georgia Cooper, Sophie House Swimming
Cresswell) The House final calculations have been
Under 11 Boys: 2nd (Toby Gaulton, Logan completed in readiness for the 2 galas:
Fitzpatrick, Jai Patel, William Bate, Ben The House stamina - swimarathon is at
Jacobi) 10.50am on Wednesday 28th June.
Under 11 Girls: 3rd (Katie Shutt, Alys The House finals are between 2.00 -
Wakeling, Lily Edwards, Tilly Jordan) 4.00pm, also on Wednesday 28th June.
Under 13 Boys: 1st (Ceredig Jones, Angus After a year of PBs and hard work, and for the
Duncan, Jonathan Baguley, Jake Wakeling, first time, each house has had one win in an age
Rohan Howard-Robinson, James Allen) category
Under 13 Girls: 1st (Iona Campbell, Rachel U13s Alexander
Shutt, Luna Mirta-Loinaz, Lara Walker,
Rachel Shutt, Dalis Jones) U11s Cunningham
U9s Churchill

Overall Results After the polo, the points stand as follows:

1st TMS, 98 pts Alexander, 406 pts

2nd Beaudesert Park, 87 pts Churchill, 358 pts

3rd Wycliffe, 69 pts Cunningham, 497 pts

Wins for Luna Mirta-Loinaz, Toby Gaulton, Jake There is much to play for and this year is proving
Wakeling, Rachel Shutt (NSR), Alys Wakeling, to be a very close competition.
Cole OLeary, Gemma Allen, Logan Fitzpatrick,
Iona Campbell, Angus Duncan, U13 Boys Relay

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GIRLS CRICKET
U13 Girls Cricket Festival at Clifton College U13 Girls Cricket vs St. Johns-on-the-Hill
The girls enjoyed superb coaching and match TMS 260 - St. Johns 331
play in an afternoon at The Close, Clifton Players of the Match: Rachel Shutt (batter) and
College. They played very well indeed and came Talia Curtis (fielder).
4th overall. Well done everybody!
Player of Note: Isabel Ibanez
Results:
TMS vs Wycliffe 75 - 63
TMS vs The Downs 49 - 56
TMS vs Clifton College 52 - 46
TMS vs Colstons 63 - 37
Player of the Match: Talia Curtis who took 4
wickets during the afternoon. However, it must
be said that the whole team played very well.

BOYS CRICKET
U9 Cricket vs Clifton High School
Another convincing match, winning by 72 runs. This result means that the U9s have had an unbeaten
season - a first at under 9 level since we started playing matches in this age group.

The squad in Year 3 and 4 have all developed their skills and match understanding. A huge thanks
to all the staff involved - Mr Dawkins (Snr.), Mr Glanville, Mr Perez and Mr Francis. Thank you also
to Mr Dawkins (Jnr.) for his expertise during his coaching sessions in the off season.

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SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE
The school was invited to this weeks Service of Remembrance at the South West Woodland War
Memorial, to remember the service men and women who have given their lives in the service of
their country. Archie Symonds, Alys Wakeling and Jeanne Veron accompanied Mrs Walker, our
Marketing Manager, and met Her Majestys Lord - Lieutenant of Bristol, Mrs Peaches Golding OBE.

Mrs Walker said that it was a very moving experience for us all...Archie laid a wreath on behalf of
the school, he was the only child to do this amongst a crowd of adults in formal dress and uniform.
Archie, Alys and Jeanne you are a credit to the school, thank you.

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CARDIFF JUNIOR TRIATHLON
Congratulations to Year 7s Jake Wakeling on
winning the bronze medal in the U14 category
of the Cardiff Junior Triathlon. He completed the
300m swim, 6km bike ride and 2.4km run in an
impressive 29 minutes. Watch out the Brownlee
brothers!!

AVON SCHOOLS COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS


Congratulations to Dalis Jones on winning the U15 1500m Avon
Schools County Championships at Bath University. This qualifies her
for the South West Schools event at Exeter. Otis Walker performed
creditably in the U13 800m race, coming home in 4th. Both athletes
won the South Glos. Schools event in order to qualify for this meeting.

TENNIS
The school teams continued on their winning ways with a convincing win
against Wycliffe College. The U13 1st string, Angus Duncan and Ceredig
Jones, won all 3 of their rubbers, with the 2nd and 3rd strings, Jaime and
Javier, and James and Jake, winning 2 of their 3 rubbers. Cole OLeary
and Archie West (U11 pair) won both their rubbers, with the U13 girls,
Dalis Jones and Rachel Shutt, winning both of theirs.
The team ended the 2017 season unbeaten having played some
impressive tennis. The team were superbly led by their captain, Angus
Duncan. Well played!

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