Well it’s that time of year, our Year 6 children will take their End of Key Stage 2 Assessments this week. I hope everyone will join me in wishing them the best of luck!
Good luck to Aidan, Swaye, Joe and Alisha. You’re all ready for the challenge, just try your best, read the questions carefully and remember to answer the questions as fully as possible. I’m so proud of the mature individuals you have grown into this year, so do us all proud and give it your best shot!
I’m sure our year 6 children would love to hear messages of support from all the readers on the blog, so post away…
Last week the pupils of Oldfield Primary School enjoyed the spring sunshine whilst sharing a selection of traditional tales told by Sue Allonby.
After being sprinkled with magic storytelling dust the children spent the day being mesmerised by Sue’s story telling skills and also learning techniques to tell stories themselves.
We are always keen to find out what parents and children think about our school.
We would appreciate it if all parents could complete the Parent View questionnaire on the Ofsted Website.
Children, sorry but only grown ups can do this. Why not reply to this email and tell us what you think instead.
Thank you so much for all the offers of help with the chickens…
We have managed to secure most of the equipment, thanks to Josse’s Mum!
Before we go ahead, we will need to prepare the ground etc.and finalise the rota.
I will hold a brief meeting in the Retreat on Friday 19th April, after the library session, to discuss way forward.
See you then,
Monday 4.45 pm
The roads in and out of Oldfield are presently clear and we have dug our way into school!
Thank you to the parents who helped us clear the snow this afternoon.
Again I apologise for having to close school again today, however it was simply not safe and safety has to be our priority. Weather permitting we will be open tomorrow.
Has anyone taken any amazing photos of the snow drifts? If you have please can you email them to me at school.
I have been up to school at lunch-time today and the road to Oldfield outside Mrs Birdsall’s house is blocked by a snowdrift. I will let everyone know as soon as possible tomorrow if the road is clear. Fingers crossed the wind will drop and the snow plough will clear it.