Please see attached information from Maurice Chandler Sports Centre for half term activities available to children.
- Year 1 start their swimming lessons Tuesday 5th March for 6 weeks. £1 per week.
Oak has it this half term!
Congratulations and Oak will have a non-uniform day on Friday 15th February!
The whole school enjoyed taking part in some aerobic exercise to end an action packed day.
Two second round sports competitions in one week! The children have been very busy.
Four children, who finished in the top 6 at the area cross country competition back in October, qualified for the second round races that took place in Oswestry on Friday. They were competing against approximately 30 children in their category. The route was very hilly and slippy, not to mention extremely cold! The children all tried their hardest and put in fantastic performances. I am proud of you all.
Year 3 girl- Ella 8th
Year 3 boy- Ryley 18th
Year 4 girl- Sophie 16th
Year 4 boy- George 7th
We have a new online payment system through Shropshire Council for parents to make payments from their bank cards or by PayPal directly to us.
Payments can be made for school dinners, visits, fundraising events, wraparound care………virtually anything we ask for payments for!
Every family should receive letters today with instructions on how to use the system (instructions also attached to this page) along with each child’s unique payment reference.
We hope parents find this a valuable system. However if you have any queries or problems using the system please contact a member of the office staff or use the ‘contact us’ tab on the council pages or the council telephone number for additional help out of normal school hours.Parent 4 Schools (P4S) Parent User Guide
The gymnasts travelled to Ellesmere Primary School to take part in the gymnastics final on Wednesday. They were competing against other schools who had won their area gymnastics competition. Nerves were high, but I am so proud of how the team performed under pressure to finish 3rd out of 7 teams. There was only 0.3 between the winners, second and third! A very tight competition. The judges remarked that it was the highest standard of gymnastics they’ve seen in a level 2 competition. What an achievement!
Great effort by everyone!