Congratulations to all the winners of the Mother’s Day raffle! Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets, we raised an amazing £191 for the P.S.A (Friends of Oakwood).
Well done to Ruth’s group for being the class with the highest number of pupils with 100% attendance for last week! Ted will accompany the group on all of their adventures this week. Have fun, Ted:)
Our attendance for last week was 93.5% and is 89.4% for the year so far.
On Thursday we had a day of the Three Little Pigs.
The children told the story and bounced on the bouncy house
All classes have had a bag of cookery ingredients this week and the children have been making tasty treats linked to our stories.
Owl Babies nests, Jack and the Beanstalk cakes and jam sandwiches as well as our pancakes from Tuesday.
Throughout the week we have been sharing a dressing up box for some of our favourite characters from stories and games to play.
Who will we be today?
We have also been getting very creative, making models and having fun with characters from our favourite stories.
On Wednesday we were joined by the Funtime theatre group who performed Jack and the Beanstalk for us.
The beanstalk grew so quickly it took us quite by surprise!
We all enjoyed the songs and story.
Nicky our cook and the team in the kitchen also added to our Jack and the Beanstalk day by decorating our puddings – delicious!
On Monday we had birds nests and chocolate mice on our cakes as we had the 2 owls visit us in school.
Thank you so much everyone, we really enjoyed them.
We celebrated Shrove Tuesday with lots of pancake fun in our classrooms and school hall. We decorated giant cardboard pancakes, made pancake faces and took part in a pancake race.
Of course, we were also able to try them – yum, yum!
We were joined by Flip, Dippy and Co. puppet company yesterday. The children were able to meet the puppets and interact with them.
We had a lot of fun!
We also had a visit from Buzz Lightyear! He visited all of the classrooms throughout the day to hand out World Book Day vouchers for the children to take home.
‘To infinity … and beyond!’
We all know and love the story of ‘Owl Babies’ and to start off our book week, we have been really lucky to welcome some real owls into school.
Some children were able to hold the owls on their arm with the protective glove and under the close supervision of their handler.
What a fantastic opportunity to see and ask questions about these magnificent birds up close.
We even got to see their friend ferret.