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Year 11 and Year 14 pupils

Please can all year 11 and year 14 pupils collect their hoodies/leavers dvd etc from school next Wednesday between 9am and 2pm or next Thursday 9am -11.30am from Mr Wood’s external door?

Martin’s trip out

Martin enjoyed a trip to the beer garden at the weekend. You look very happy enjoying a beer now that you are 18. 

ONLINE DURHAM BRASS SCHOOL PROGRAMME

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International Schools Award – Intermediate Level.

The Oaks Secondary School has achieved an International Schools Award at intermediate level for project work we participated in as part of Connecting Classrooms. We are very pleased and proud to have achieved this award which involved working alongside a partner school in Zimbabwe. We hope to continue our international work next year and bring some new and exciting project work to enrich our pupils learning.

 

 

Tyler has been very busy

Tyler has been very busy during lock down, he is a whizz with his timetables and his handwriting is improving daily.
Well done Tyler
Mrs Myers

Mathletics Important Information

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8D zoom meetings

Pupils and staff in 8D are enjoying catching up with one another in their Zoom meetings. This morning we had fun with a scavenger hunt! We hope that more of our class will join us for our next session, as it is so lovely to see you all.

Amy

Amy enjoyed experimenting with glitter tattoos. She looked at different shapes and colours. She was a little bit shy when having her photograph taken. They look fantastic Amy.

Article of the Week Article 17 The Right To Information

This week the Article of the Week is introduced by Eddie, from the Unicef Youth Advisory Board.

During the pandemic the Unicef Youth Advisory Board have developed information to help young people get the facts about Coronavirus. Article 17 states that every child has the right to reliable information from a variety of sources and governments should provide information that children can understand.

It is always useful for young people to consider the reliability and accuracy of information they are given by the media, particularly in light of issues such as ‘fake news’ and misinformation around important topics like the Coronavirus.

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All Things Phonics

Take a look at our phonics virtual classroom. Here you can access games and videos to help with letter formation, pronunciation, speed sounds set 1, 2 and 3, vowel recognition, reading and Fred Talk! Just click on the items in the image attached to follow the links! Happy reading!