Whole School Events 2021-2022
Lots is happening at Oakfield this year ...
Community Support / Fundraising
Macmillan cancer support
We held a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Some of our pupils helped to sell cakes and count the money.
We raised an amazing £286.37!
Years 4, 5 and 6 visited Totton Memorial. Years R, 1, 2 and 3 had an assembly followed by a two minute silence.
As a school we raised £161.25 for the Poppy Appeal!
Children in Need 2021 (organised by the school council)
The children (and some adults!) dressed as Superheroes. They spent time in class designing new bandanas for Pudsey. We raised 218.12.
The children chose which adult they wanted to read them a story. This was followed by an extra playtime and an ice lolly.
The children came back to school in the evening wearing PJs. They listened to stories read by an adult of their choice and participated in craft activities linked to the stories.
Our school ambassadors helped choose our Christmas tree
Putting Christmas messages on the tree
Making hot chocolate spoons
Sweets for the Christmas Fayre
Baking Christmas cookies
Baking mince pies
Making Christmas hats
Viewing Christmas films
National Storytelling Week 2022
The children took part in lots of activities during National Storytelling Week:
Our new outdoor Reading Corner was opened for use at break and lunch times
The children watched animated short films based on folktales from around the world and discussed them in class
The library was open each lunchtime for children to share their favourite story, write short stories and make books
There was a different picture posted each day on Dojo to inspire children and their families to tell a story
Some children had their names drawn to attend a special Storytelling Campfire with marshmallows
World Book Day 2022
Science Week March 2022
Holi Celebration March 2022
Holi is a Hindu celebration, observed to mark the beginning of Spring. The whole school celebrated on the school field by throwing powder paint to represent this, creating a colourful explosion. Families were invited to come and watch our colourful celebration.
Mother's Day Breakfast March 2022
We were joined by Mums, Nans and other important ladies for breakfast.
The whole school visited Testwood Baptist Church for an Easter Assembly. The children walked really sensibly (Year R with a Year 6 buddy) both to and from the church. They listened to the Easter story and played a game of spotting the Easter bunny. Some of Year 4 shared their RE learning. The children also sang their favourite song ‘Spring Chicken.’