In our PSHE lessons this term, pupils in 7D have been learning about how we can look after the environment. We decided to take a look around our school environment, and went out armed with gloves, litter pickers and bin bags. We were impressed to find that there wasn’t very much rubbish lying around! Everyone worked really well, and we saw some fabulous teamwork from some pupils. Well done, 7D.
Pupils in 7D have been finding out what life was like for Medieval peasants. We have learned that they could only eat what they grew, so we had a go at making some Medieval pottage. We all enjoyed peeling and chopping lots of different vegetables and herbs, and most of us were willing to try it. it was actually surprisingly delicious, and we agreed that it would be very welcome after a hard day working in the fields!
7f had a busy computing lesson today! They have started creating plasticine models of penguins which will be used to create a group based piece of animated film. We look forward to seeing Happy Feet- the sequel very soon! 👍😊
School will be closed to pupils today due to the adverse weather and forecast. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Today a mix of year 7 and sixth form students took part in The Durham Vocal Festival event called The Big Sing. The Oaks joined other SEND schools from across the region in a celebration of Singing & Signing. Everyone performed 4 songs that had been selected prior to the big day and had been rehearsed. Dr Paul Whittaker OBE led the event, making it great fun and all the students involved had a fabulous time, singing and signing fantastically!
this afternoon the group were working together playing games. Then we got on the bus and chatted as if we were passengers. The group’s aim is to build communication and social skills.
8s pupils have been learning how to render wood effects on ligbi masks in their art lesson today.