Local History Day 2015 @ Droitwich Library

A huge thank you to all our partner schools for producing such wonderful “Great Blackberry Pick” displays for Local History Day 2015 at Droitwich Library last Saturday! We also had home-made blackberry jams made by Ombersley and Tibberton First Schools and jam jar labels by Hindlip and Tibberton First Schools, all judged by three of … More Local History Day 2015 @ Droitwich Library

great postcards

  After our successful  blackberry picking trip on friday we decided to write postcards about our Smite farm visit. We got scratched and chased by wasps but it was worth it because our teacher made us some jam!!!!

jam labels

we designed jam jar labels for the library because they are running a competition. Many schools will be involved but ours will be the best. e

Dead man’s penny

Today in Tibberton School, Grace and Jack have been learning about remembrance after World War One We discovered that when someone from the army dies their family gets a special penny to say thank you for being in the army.[Grace] We learned that the Dead Man’s Penny was very heavy and large compared to the modern … More Dead man’s penny

Jammy instructions

We made instructions on how to make blackberry jam for our project. I liked doing the decorating and i thinked it was really cool at the bottom where  i did the blackberry bush with the children picking the blackberries [Emmie] My favourite part was decorating and writing the recipe out [Mylo]  

Ready at Tibberton

On Monday 7th September 2015, the Year 3/4 pupils at Tibberton will begin their quest to discover what life was like for the boys and girls in our very own village 100 years ago. From blackberry picking to sewing, artefact handling to badge designing with a bit of singing thrown in for good measure, I am sure … More Ready at Tibberton