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- UK heatwave: Why should we stay out of the sun?It's so hot we're being told to stay out of the sun, and not to go out in the strongest sunshine hours - 11am to 3pm.
- World Cup: Which Belgium player should England be worried about?England play their final group match against Belgium, but which star player should England be worried about?
- Smoking: Should it be banned at the school gates?A group of school children have had enough of adults smoking near school gates, so they decided to do something about it.
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- VAR: What is it and why's everyone talking about it?VAR (video assistant referee) technology has been debated for a long time in football. Now, it's being talked about again after being used in the World Cup for the first time.
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Author Archives: Mrs Calland
Since the start of the year choir have been working hard every Friday morning before school with Mrs Hudson. Yesterday we visited St Lukes for a very special performance. Our Oxford Grove choir wowed the audience with beautiful singing of … Continue reading
A BIG thank you to everyone who entered the Extreme Reading Competition. Congratulations our winner!
Last week we had a visit from Matt Goodfellow. Everyone loved his fun assembly to start the day and some classes were lucky enough to take part in his poetry workshops. Which poem did you enjoy the most?
Thanks again to everyone who supported the Readathon fundraiser. Here are the children who read the most books and won a special prize off Mrs Calland: R1 Isabella 1M Chloe 1B James 2L Tina 2B Alena 3K Alanna 4S Katie … Continue reading
On Monday we are starting to raise money for Readathon to provide books and authors for children who are in hospital. You need to read as many books as you can, whenever you can, wherever you can and ask your … Continue reading
Well done to all the children who took part in the Young Writers’ Once Upon a Dream poetry competition. This is the 25th year that the competition has been run and they received in excess of 25,000 entries! We are … Continue reading
Thank you for all the brilliant competition entries that I received to tell the school what you love about reading. The winners were: 1B – Michael 1F – Caitlyn 2L – Tia 2B – Eshal and Amelia 3K – Grace … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who entered the Wold Book Day design a book cover competiton. There were some fabulous entries and it was very hard to choose the winners! The winners were: Karys (1B) Tamana (2B) Ashleigh (2R) Jack (3M) … Continue reading
It is World Book Day on Thursday 5th March – a time to celebrate everything brilliant about reading and think about your favourite books and characters. Don’t forget to enter Miss. Gregory’s competition to design a new cover for your … Continue reading