As a whole school, Oxford Grove is running our very own Spellathon!
Today, in your literacy groups, you were given your spellings to learn for your Spellathon! It is your job to ask your friends, family and anyone you know if they would sponser you for every spelling you get correct!
Oxford Grove are raising money for: The World Wildlife Fund and also Cancer Research UK as well as other Bolton based charities!
I am looking forward to seeing lots of children getting full marks after learning all their spellings at home…
In spring term 2, the eco committee will be joining together once again to take care of our school and the environment!
It is important to make sure we do not waste; paper, water or electricity. We must look after our school and also look after the wildlife around our school.
Jayden from Year 5B wanted to share a rap that he found in one of his poetry books! Good find, Jayden!
THE RECYCLING RAP
Listen to me children. Hear what I say.
We’ve got to start recycling. Its the only way,
to save this planet for future generations –
The name of the game is reclamation.
You’ve got to start recycling. You know it makes sense!
You’ve got to start recycling. Stop sitting on the fence.
No more messing. No more claptrap.
Get yourself doing the recycling rap!
If you think you could make a difference and want to help, you can apply to join the eco committee. Get your applications from Miss Brewer before Monday 12th February 2018!
Today and all this week we are celebrating Safer Internet Day!
Each of our classes, from Nursery to Year 6, are taking part in lessons to do with keeping safe online and connecting respectfully.
Next week, our eCadets are going to lead additional online safety activities with us.
Check out our class blogs over these next weeks to see what we have been learning to do with keeping ourselves safe on the internet!
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This weekend, one of our Year 5 children donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust. The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young adults up to the age of 24, who have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses.
We couldn’t be more proud! What an achievement!
Today, Key Stage 2 experienced an assembly about Homophobia and how this is linked to football. This assembly used football as a means to communicate messages of inclusion to our children. Upper Key Stage 2 then took part in some workshops.
What did you learn from this assembly ? What did you enjoy the most?
Miss Stockton x
What an amazing afternoon we have had at Oxford Grove! We have enjoyed a performance of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ as our annual pantomime.
Well done to all of the children who earned enough smileys to fill the back of their first smiley card and attend the pantomime.
We are all now working towards our next smiley reward in February – keep it up, everybody!
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Tagged Autumn 2, FS, KS1, KS2, pantomime, performance, photos, reward, smiley, smiley reward, smileys, whole school
We’d like to share with you our fantastic Ofsted report. Thanks to all the pupils, staff, parents and governors who contributed to such a glowing report.
Please click here to read our new September 2017 report