Year 6 Updates
This year’s brand new House Captains were announced and presented with their badges in Friday’s assembly. The House Captains were selected after giving a two-minute presentation each last week, explaining why they should be chosen for the important role. After a very tough decision, your Oswald Road House Captains for this year are……. click here to find out!
On Thursday 12th May Year 6 pupils from Oswald Road Primary School travelled to Chorlton High School to meet children’s author Curtis Jobling. The writer has also worked on Aardman Animation’s Wallace and Gromit: A Close Shave, Tim Burton’s Mars Attacks – and he designed Bob the Builder , Raa Raa the Noisy Lion and Frankenstein’s Cat. The Chorlton High visit marked the publication of Jobling’s new novel, ‘Max Hesling: Monster Hunter’, and pupils got the chance to purchase signed copies of the book.
REAL LOVE ROCKS
In the next few weeks we will be delivering some Real Love Rocks lessons to Year 6. They are a series of sessions designed by children’s charity Barnados, dealing with Healthy Relationships and Child Exploitation.
Click on the video below to find out more about the programme.
SUMMER 2 TOPIC WEB
Click the link below to see our topic web for Summer 2.
A Year 6 ‘chillout breakfast’ will take place in the school hall at 8:30am from Monday-Thursday next week. Please have breakfast before you come, as this is just a relaxed treat before the SATs start! The playground will also be open to Year 6s from 8am, for those wishing to come earlier.
UPCOMING TRIP: CRUCIAL CREW
This is an amazing opportunity for our Year 6 children to learn some valuable life skills. Crucial Crew is facilitated by the emergency services and is a series of role-play workshops. At these workshops the children are presented with various dangerous or challenging situations – such as a road accident or a gas leak – and they engage in role play exercises in how to deal with these situations. Crucial Crew is above all designed to be a fun way for children to learn life-saving safety messages. The course includes subjects such as health, police, public emergency, electricity, fire, seaside and bus travel safety.
ST GEORGE’S DAY SPECTACULAR!
Today we celebrated St George’s Day by creating a huge St George’s flag in the playground, made up of pupils and teachers from Oswald Road. Year 6 pupils Cosmo and Edwin have also been busy making deliciously patriotic cupcakes!
SPORT RELIEF 2016 HIGHLIGHTS
Children at Oswald Road School fundraised themselves proud on Friday 18th March. The day started with an energetic whole school 5 a day activity in every classroom. In addition, children took part in a dynamic Duck and Dive dodgeball competition in which they played against house teams. Children had a great time and their sports themed costumes added to the excitement of the day.