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Year 5 and 6 Football match

Year 5 and 6 Football match- Aycliffe v Gaddesden. The children played well, unfortunately we lost 5-1. However, it has given us skills to work on and has motivated us to train even harder! We continue to have a positive attitude and try our best 🙂  

Year 5 and 6 Football Match

Year 5 and 6 Football match- Aycliffe v Holtsmere End. The children participated with a very positive and eager attitude despite loosing 3-1. Both teams played very well. We showed great teamwork and communication skills. We are very proud of the team! 🙂  

Year 5 and 6 Netball match

The first  year 5 and 6  netball match was a great success! The children played against St.Thomas Corrum and won with an outstanding 8-0. The children performed brilliantly and as a school we felt very proud of this achievement! Our use of communication and team skills were outstanding! Go team Aycliffe! 🙂

Year 3 and 4 Football Festival

25.08.18 Year 3 and 4 children took part in a football festival, which was great fun. The children played exceptionally well and placed joint second! We played against both Boxmoore and Holtsmere End. We are extremely proud of the children! 🙂

Lest We Forget

6 Oak celebrated Remembrance Day last week with writing their own cinquain poems. Cinquain poems are five lined poems with a set number of syllables in each line (2,4,6,8,2). We based our poems on the famous poem: Flanders Fields.

Hibernation

We only have a few mammals that hibernate. The children helped our hedgehogs find a lovely home for the winter. They found a suitable spot in our woods and used sticks and lives to make a hibernaculum/ hedgehog house.

Lest we forget

This year is the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. To commemorate this, we had a whole school assembly with singing from the whole school. They sang “We Remember”, ” Pack up your Troubles” and “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary”.  Out KS2 choir sang “In Flanders Fields”. We had a […]

Buddy Groups

The children met for the first time this academic year to celebrate the theme of Remembrance together. It was the Year 6 children’s first time as buddy leaders and they did a great job in 6 Oak.

Tiger who came to tea

This week we have read The tiger who came to tea. The children have role played with props, painted and decorated a tiger and had there own picnic tea with the tiger. 

The tiger who came to tea

This week we read the story, The tiger who came to tea. The children role played with props, painted and decorated tigers and had there own picnic tea with a tiger.