This week past pupil and current Manchester United footballer Ashley Fletcher visited Year 3. The children were really excited to ask him questions about what it takes to become a professional sports person and all about the life of a footballer. Here are some pictures of his return to Primary School….
We enjoyed a great afternoon with Bolton Music Service staff this week as they showcased their instruments in BMS Live!
If your child would like to learn an instrument in school please ask Mr Hampson or Mrs Smith for more details.
The Oaks School Choir have been very busy this week with two outstanding performances on Monday and Tuesday night.
Their performance at Bolton Wanderers Carol Service was very exciting as they got to sing with 100 other children from across Bolton. The Bridgewater Hall concert was in aid of CLIC Sargent and they performed as guest school choir to 1200 people! The choir had their own dressing room and got to perform all on their own. The children were very professional and sang beautifully, even making Mr Hampson cry!
The Oaks School Choir look forward to singing at other events in the New Year. Mr Hampson would like to say a BIG thankyou to all parents, carers, grandparents and friends for all their support during our busy Christmas season and wishes you all a very Merry Chirstmas and Happy New Year!
Today Year 3 did their final version of The Enemy Raid, 3rd May 1941 by Grainger Smith.
They used watercolours and then drew and cut out a London skyline.
Can you recognise any of the key London buildings?
Today Year 3 walked to Dunscar War Memorial to pay their respects.
Some of the children put down crosses as they remembered all the soldiers who died in the war.
All of Year 3 were very well behaved and did our school proud.
Have a look at their visit below 🙂