Unfortunately Rose, one of our three hens, was stolen last week. Everyone was very upset to lose a much loved school pet. Poppy and Petunia continue to lay eggs though and the project will continue.
Another productive day in Bead Club! Pupils have been very busy making clasp bracelets today. We made £6.50 from trolley sales too. We still have lots of lovely jewellery left …these would make excellent stocking fillers for Christmas 🙂 See Miss Fink if you would like to look at our jewellery products.
Our school was recently visited by the Store Van Music company. With their help every pupil in the school participated in composing a new piece of music. You can watch the video of what they created here and on our home page.
This week our staff and pupils will be very busy making things to sell at our annual Enterprise Fayre. All are welcome to attend the fair on Friday 16th Novemeber at 1:30pm. It costs 50p to enter with free drink and mince pie. Please come along to support the school and get some early Christmas presents!
Evergreen Primary School are having a Christmas fair on Thursday 15th November from 6pm until 8pm.
Our school was recently visited by the Store Van Music company. With their help every pupil in the school participated in composing a new piece of music. You can watch the video of what they created on the home page of our website.
If you have younger children you may be interested to know that there will be a Santa’s Grotto at Four Clocks Church in Bishop Auckland on Saturday 24th November, 1st December, 8th December and 15th December which will be open from 11. 30 am – 1 30 pm. The tea rooms will be open for refreshments 11 00 am – 2 00 pm and there will also be lots of craft stalls and a special visitor. Admission into the Grotto will be £1.50p including present.
As part of Macmillan’s ‘Big Coffee Morning’ event, staff at The Oaks went head to head in a cake making ‘bake off’. Mr Davis judged the competition, he will have to work the calories off in the gym later!
Pupils were able to buy a slice from the cake of their choice afterwards as well as participate in our organised non-uniform day. Many of our pupils and staff wore green to show their support for the Macmillan charity.