How lucky are we - Bikeability took place for Years 5 & 6 in the sunshine this week! The cycle training is offered free to all primary schools in Hampshire. The training follows the National Standard and helps give children the skills and experience they need to cycle safety and confidently on our roads.
Oak House decided to run a cake stall as part of thier fundraising activity for Marie Curie Cancer Care. All children in Oak House, and anyone else who had the time to do some baking, brought in cakes to sell. As you can see from the picture, they went down very well!
The school took part in a fundraising activity for Marie Curie Cancer Care. Schools and nurseries around the country were invited to partipate in the activity to help raise money for Marie Curie Nurses to provide free care to people with terminal illness in our area.
We managed to raise over £110 this year by running around the school field.
With the help of the Sports Funding, we have introduced gymnastics to all classes in the school. An outside sports organisation has been hired to not only teach the children but also coach the teachers for their future PE lessons.
The JRSOs ran a road safety banner competition which has been made up and is now displayed outside the school. A white line has been painted on the school wall to indicate to parents how tall children need to be to wear a seat belt without a booster seat. An organised fun day…