Oak-Tree Group Newsletter Spring 2021

Read our Spring Term issue of the Oak-Tree Group Newsletter, packed with photos and information on the many activities, events and lessons that our pupils were involved with, despite learning remotely the majority of the time.

Newsletter March 2021

Read our packed March newsletter. Although the pupils have only been back at school for a few weeks, you can see from the newsletter how much they have all got up to both at home and in school.

An Impressive Lower Kindergarten Performance

Our Early Years pupils showcased a fantastic array of songs during their musical assembly recently. Seeing as they had only been back a few weeks, we were all very impressed with their performance. Songs included ‘The Clowns’, ‘The Shadow Rap’, and ‘The Gruffalo Song’ and ‘I Have a Little Drum’…

KS2 Art Club Scratch Art

Over the last few weeks, KS2 Art Club have been designing some scratch art. The children are going to scratch their designs onto old CD discs that they have painted with black paint. This will reveal the colourful, rainbow silver shimmer underneath the paint. We look forward to seeing the…

Reading for Pleasure and Inspiration

Year 3 are finding it very difficult to put their books down, helped in no small part by Mrs. Davey who has introduced the class to ‘Little People, Big Dreams.’ This collection of books is an introduction to inspiring people from the worlds of history, politics, music, arts, design, science,…

Reception Woodpecker’s Space Mission!

Reception Woodpeckers have been busy completing a space mission! They were challenged to construct a spaceship, rocket or flying saucer for their alien that they wrote about during a Literacy task earlier in the week. The children worked so well together, listening to each other’s ideas and adapting their own…

Upper Kindergarten Keeping Busy

Upper Kindergarten really enjoyed their first P.E lesson with Mr Paine this term. They all concentrated really hard and listened well to the instruction given. They used their gross motor skills to balance the balls on the parachute before they had to toss them in the air. Upper Kindergarten have…

Sparkling Shamrocks

The children in Upper Kindergarten really enjoyed the activities on offer for St Patrick’s Day. They all decorated a picture of a Shamrock using green paint, sponges and glitter! Happy St Patrick’s Day!

1F Celebrate St Patrick’s Day

For St. Patrick’s Day 1F celebrated in true Irish style! They listened to Irish music, danced the Riverdance, decorated shamrocks and spoke about the pot of gold legend! A few of the children thought they spotted some cheeky leprechauns in the Classroom but they had no luck getting a photo….