Fun, free Flex Dance session

On Monday’s 11th & 18th May Flex Dance are going live from their Facebook page to provide a fun, free Flex Dance session!

This Monday the class is musical theatre and they are doing a song from Hairspray The Musical. The following week is street dance! You just need to go to their Facebook page Flex Dance Inc and you can share the information from there, if you follow their page you will get a notification that they are live at 10:30am!

This Thursday – Biggest School Assembly

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will deliver a message of hope to school pupils across the country in the first assembly at Oak National Academy.

The Archbishop’s address will be streamed through TES from 10am on Thursday 30 April 2020. It will then remain available on the Oak National Academy website.

In addition to the assemblies, the Church of England is also partnering with Oak National Academy to provide separate weekly collective worship sessions led by schools, which will be accessible to those of all faiths and none. As well as the Archbishop, the first assembly will feature the Secretary of State for Education, Rt. Hon. Gavin Williamson MP.

Thursday’s event is expected to be the biggest school assembly ever held in the UK.

Tiyahna’s very special thank you…

Tiyahna, her sister Armarniyah and their mum worked together to create this wonderful tribute to the NHS and all of the other key workers who are doing an amazing job at the moment.

What a beautiful rainbow of balloons and such a kind and thoughtful thing to do! I’m sure this will make people who walk or drive past smile.

Online Safety

While schools are closed to the majority of pupils and they are using online tools more to help their learning it is important to keep them safe online. There are a number of guides on our website to help parents with online safety. You can find them under Parents – E-safety for Parents / Carers. We have just added a new one from Thinkuknow on keeping your child safe online while they are off school.

If you have any concerns or questions please contact the IT team in school and we will do our best to help you.

Easter Stained glass

We’ve been busy at school this morning. Mr Cosgrove’s group have been writing some letters to Mrs Stott… I’m sure that she is looking forward to hearing their news!

With Miss Hall we have been creating ‘stained glass’ Easter decorations using our fine motor skills.