Year ten have been practising some yoga today as part of their leisure unit in ASDAN. They have been having a go at some of the poses they found out about. These included the downward dog, mountain pose, tree pose and extended triangle pose. This was part of taking part in a challenge that they found relaxing, next week they will be attempting some circuit training.
The Oaks have been taking part in this annual dance festival since our school opened.
Each year we have a different theme for our dances. This year our Street Dance group, who meet every Thursday lunchtime were enthusiastic to show their moves. They all did well and thoroughly enjoyed the experience despite pre performance nerves.
Mr Louis proudly shows the eggs he collected this morning from our hens. Congratulations Mr Louis for managing to open the nesting box!
Our Spring term parents’ evening will be held on Wednesday 20th March from 4pm to 5.30pm when parents can have a short meeting with their child’s teachers.
After our two fun filled days of fundraising, I’m delighted to tell you that we have raised over £900, which will be shared between Comic Relief and Unicef. Thank you to all of our pupils and staff for planning such fabulous activities and to parents for supporting us with donations. An article has been printed in The Northern Echo today.
Members of Staff completed their detentions without any fuss during break time .
Our textiles teacher Mrs Priest was asked to write an article for an International Feltmaker’s Magazine about the felt making that we do at The Oaks. The article was published in the March 2013 edition and displays the felt hats made after studying Mongolian felt making techniques and tribal hats by 9W pupils; Laura, Howard, and Jordan. Well done, these hats will now be viewed all over the world!
Here is Carl enjoying his time in the Hydro Pool with Miss Wardle. Carl has had a great week at School this week. Well done Carl!
The Northern Echo website currently have an article about our Comic Relief fun. Here is the link:
The toasties went down a treat too!