The Year 5 children enjoyed a great trip to Gallery Oldham to find out more about what life was like in Oldham in the past.
We are really proud to have had the team from BBC Radio Manchester broadcasting from school this morning to report on our amazing school dinners. Click the audio player below to listen to the interview with our head cook, Mrs Howarth and Noah from Year 6.
We are really pleased to be featured in The Guardian today to highlight our brilliant school dinners and the staff who provide them. The full article can be found here - www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/apr/25/school-good-food-not-just-posh-kids-poorest-town-oldham
Thank you to all the parents who came to our coffee morning today and all the parent helpers who helped to make sure it was such a success.
Well done to our Year 5 team for putting on such a great show this week. The children performed a brilliant version of the story of Robin Hood called Hoodwinked. Well done to everyone for their efforts and thank you to all the parents who came to watch the show.
To celebrate Sport Relief we had a non-uniform day with a sporty theme and our brilliant Sports Development teacher set up an obstacle course for each class to have a go at. Miss Bott has been selling wristbands all week and we hope to have raised some money to help the charity. Many thanks if you brought in a donation today.
Well done to all our bauble decoration competition winners. The designs were fantastic and really showed the amazing creativity of the children.
Here are the names of the winners -
A huge thank you to all the parents who came out in the freezing cold weather to watch our Early Years Christmas Show. As always we had a great turnout from parents who were treated to a fabulous show with lots of fantastic singing and amazing acting.
We were overwhelmed with the turnout for our Winter Cake and Book Sale - we've never seen so many parents at one of our morning events! Our parent group worked with staff in school to organise a fantastic event with lots of money being raised for school. We want to thank everyone who was able to attend and buy drinks, cakes, sweets, toys and books.
The final few days of our second Dream It week were a huge success as we were very lucky to have some great visitors in school to talk to the children about their aspirations and the importance of a good work ethic. Here are some pictures of our visits from Oldham Sixth Form and Jim McMahon MP.