The gallery is full of a wealth of photographs to give a real insight into the rich and varied experiences the children have in our school. Have a look at some of the wonderful things we have done in our school by selecting the links from the menu. You can also look at some of the more recent events below.
Everyone really enjoyed their stay at Dukeshouse Wood this year, once again the food was fantastic and the activities were enjoyed by everyone. Hope you enjoy the slide shows.
We spent today problem solving and flying through the sky on the 3G swing.
Another busy day, we’ve flown the sky on zip wires, played laser tag, giant twister, crawled through mud and abseiled. After tea took part in mini Olympics and team games, phew!
We’ve had a fantastic afternoon at Dukeshouse Wood including an archery lesson, abseiling, orienteering following hot chocolate and tosst before bed.
Article 31: Children have the right to play, rest and enjoy a range of activities.
Children in Need
To celebrate children in need and the end of anti bullying week each class dressed in a different colour and cam together to make a rainbow flag to celebrate being proud of who we are!
Article 2 and 19
Speak out, Stay safe!
The NSPCC came to visit KS1 and KS2 about how to keep themselves safe. Children spoke about worries and trusted adults they could talk to.
if children have any worries head to: https://childline.org.uk/kids for advice on how to support them.
Article 19: children have the right to be protected from all forms of abuse.
Warning! These pictures may scare you! What a Spooktacular night we all had, the children had a frightfully good time.
Article 31: Children have the right to play, relax and enjoy a range of cultural activities.
Pumpkin Carving Competition
A big thank you to the PTA and everyone at Oakley Cross for entering our school pumpkin competition. It was a hard decision but the winners were:
KS1 Emilia runners up were Libby, Artur and Chelena.
KS2 Layna runners up were Annabelle, James and Mary Beth.
Article 29: Education should develop a child’s talents and abilities.
Tesco delivered loads of pumpkins today ready for use to carve for our pumpkin competition. Thanks Tesco!
Article 29: education should develop children’s understanding of their own and other cultures.
World Mental Health day
To celebrate we took part in the #BBCteachlesson on mindfulness and wellbeing. We thought about different feelings and tried techniques to support our wellbeing.
Article 23: every child has the right to the best possible health.
Rights Respecting Ambassadors
Article 15: every child has the right to meet with other children.
Thankyou for coming along to this years Harvest Festival. Each class played a special part to celebrate this exciting time of year.
Thankyou to everyone for bringing donations of food which were taken to The Well to contribute to the foodbank.
Article 24: every child has the right to nutritious food.
Macmillan Coffee Afternoon
Thankyou to everyone who came along to our MacMillan Coffee afternoon to raise funds for Cancer Care. Together we raised a fantastic £130!
A special mention to Dalton, who won our bake off competition with his very own recipe.
Article 24: every child has the right to the best possible health care.
Many of our children enjoyed a judo taster session at school today. The children enjoyed being able to try out a new skill.
Article 29: Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full.
Messy play has come to Oakley Cross! why not pop along with your babies and toddlers. It is held on Tuesday mornings, contact school for more details.