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Tag Archives: workshop
Today we hosted an after-school event for our parents to come and learn Bollywood dancing! Our dancing tutor was Salma from Salma’s Bollywood Academy, and she has spent the day working with each of our classes to teach them Bollywood … Continue reading
Last night, Oxford Grove hosted a transition workshop for all of our Year 5 parents. Our workshop was led by Mrs Gregory and supported by Miss Harvey, Mrs Day and Mrs Thompson. We focused on the SATs assessments and how … Continue reading
Today, we have hosted our first Healthy Relationships workshop for our Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 parents! Thank you to all our parents who came, and please remember the next dates for the course: Tuesday 19th April at … Continue reading
What an amazing day we have had at Oxford Grove! The fabulous dancers from Zulu Nation came into our school and gave three amazing performances! They also completed workshops with some of the classes, teaching them how to play African … Continue reading
Oxford Grove really enjoyed the Pop Project! To go to the Pop Project, the children must fill the front half of their second smiley card. Well done to everybody – you have worked hard for this reward! Take a look at … Continue reading
Today, we have hosted our Safer Internet Day 2016 parent workshop! We discussed the different risks that could be posed to children, looking at content, conduct, contact and commercialism. We also looked at the CEOP button as a way of … Continue reading