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Lower Kindergarten Music

Lower Kindergarten had lots of fun in their music lesson with Mrs Rathbone. They enjoyed singing lots of songs and then learnt to play their shakers in time to the music. They can’t wait for next week’s lesson, well done Lower Kindergarten!

Jeans for Genes Day

On Friday, 18 September, Oaklands School hosted a non-uniform day for a charity called Jeans for Genes. Pupils looked fantastic coming to school dressed in all their denim outfits. In total £279.90 was raised, thank you to everyone for all your generous donations.

Newsletter September 2020

Read our September Newsletter, filled with photos and information on our new Prefects and House Captains, lots of Reception activities, our Harvest festival, and much more…

Reception’s Building Site Visit

Reception went on an exciting local walk to visit a building site. The children spotted some road signs on route and they spoke about what they could see and hear using a huge amount of vocabulary related to their construction topic. They were lucky enough to have a chat with…

Wild Woods Club Big Bee Project

KS1 Wild Woods club have spent the last 3 weeks taking part in a big bee project! Their first session involved learning all about the importance of bees through a pollination game, this involved taking on the role of a bee collecting nectar, transferring pollen and identifying wildflowers that we…

Woodpeckers Learn About The Building Trade

Reception Woodpeckers have been learning about the different jobs within the building trade. They thought very carefully about what colour they would need to use to paint Bob the Builder and practiced pouring a ‘penny of paint’ into the pallet. After learning about the tools the builders would use, they…

PSHE Jigsaw Scheme

We have introduced the exciting new Jigsaw scheme in our school assembly to pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2. Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE, brings together Personal, Social, Health Education, emotional literacy, social skills and spiritual development in a comprehensive scheme of learning. The children have met the…

Year 3 Cave Paintings

Year 3 have been exploring the Stone Age in their English and Topic work. Cave paintings made by Stone Age people show what life was like millions of years ago. Year 3 were inspired to create their own cave painting using chalk and charcoal; materials which Stone Age people may…