Athletic’s in the sun

At long last the sun has finally come out this week and we have enjoyed it whilst we can. Our Athletics topic is in full swing and we have been learning all the different aspects on how to be successful at certain events. This week we focused on the three variations of jumping. The long jump, triple jump and high jump. I think it’s fair to say we still need to work on our triple jumps but we will get there. Next week we will be moving onto reaction time and different relay races.

Let’s Hope the nice weather continues.

Mr Neil

Oxford Grove Readathon!

We are launching a new whole school project linking with the Read for Good Charity. The money raised by your child will help enable children in hospitals to access a wide range of books; free from infection. 

START DATE: TUESDAY 7TH MAY

END DATE: MONDAY 10TH JUNE

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The aim of the Readathon is firstly to promote reading for pleasure by enjoying reading a range of different genres and to raise money, with the support of the School Councillors, for children in local hospitals. The children will get to choose their own books as its all about reading for pleasure!

What we’d like you to do:

Today your child has brought home a sponsorship form and a record sheet to record all the books they have read as part of the Oxford Grove sponsored Readathon!

  1. Help your child find sponsors among family and friends. Sponsors can be given in to the office.

  2.  Support your child in finding books that they enjoy reading.

  3. There is an additional form to record all the wonderful books that they have been reading.

Remember to have lots of fun and try to read as many books to raise money. You may also win a prize if you read the most books in your class!

We look forward to hearing all the wonderful books that you’ve been reading!

Miss Harrison and Miss Campbell.

Growing

We have been learning about growing. We read the story of Jasper’s Beanstalk. He planted the bean, he watered it and cared for it and eventually it started to grow. Jasper thought he would find a giant at the top of his beanstalk. See the source imageWe have planted some beans to see how quickly they will grow. Maybe we will find a giant at the top of our beanstalks.

 

Traffic Survey 2019

Dear Parents and Carers

In our School Council meetings this year the issue of children’s safety on the roads outside of school at the beginning and end of the school day has been brought up a number of times by children right across the school.

Sadly there have been a number of incidents of parents parking inappropriately as well as setting off without enough care and attention when we are all trying to get into or out of school safely.

We know that the vast majority of you park and drive with great care and thought for our safety but this is not the case with everybody and we as a school council are convinced this is putting us at risk of injury or even worse. We would like to change this situation before a disaster happens.

As a result of our discussions and conversations with Miss Harvey we have developed some ideas to try to help improve the situation and we would like to test which of them you would support should they be implemented.

We should be most grateful if you would complete the questionnaire below. We will use your responses to make a plan of action which we will share with you before implementing from the start of the summer term.

With our thanks

Oxford Grove School Council

 

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Alfa Raising Music Festival at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Alfa Raising Music Festival

Monday 1st July at 7:00pm

Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

If you would like to buy tickets for the Alfa Raising Music Festival, where our School Choir will be performing,

please click the picture below to go to the Bridgewater Hall website directly and buy online.

Online Safety Competition Winner

Last month, many of our children entered the Bolton Schools ICT Online Safety Competition. 

Schools from all over Bolton entered, but there could only be three winners – and Oxford Grove was one of them!

Well done to Saarah in Year 6 for her amazing online safety story! Her class will be enjoying a STEM engineering workshop with Mrs Temel next half term.

Click here to see her winning story.

Oxford Grove’s parents do Maths!

This morning we had a fantastic Maths morning and parents were invited into our school to see how we learn maths and to help them support their children at home.  Mrs Day firstly met with all the parents to model how to use our brilliant computing resources that they can access from home. Parents were then able to visit their children’s classes and were given an insight on how they can further support their children at home.

It was a fantastic event and lots of adults across the whole school attended.

Thank you to everyone for their support.

*What did you enjoy most about this morning?

*Did you find this useful to support you at home?

World Book Day

Last week we had lots of fun dressing up as our favourite book characters for World Book Day and working with some brilliant and authors and poets during the week. Foundation Stage worked with Lynne Chapman, KS1 worked with Liz Million and KS2 worked with Matt Goodfellow.

Mrs Calland also took the lucky book review competition winners to Bolton Library for some special World Book Day activities. The children were able to listen to different librarians tell lots of stories and even took part in a catwalk to show off their outfits!