Superschools Visit 22.3.17

Oakfield Academy welcomed sports stars Julian Gollay (Commonwealth triple jumper) and Grant Fielder (World mountain bike champion) to their Superschools fund-raising day. Pupils were sponsored for doing a circuit of fitness exercises.  Grant then did a fantastic bike stunt display on the school yard for the pupils to watch.  Money raised will go towards supporting our Olympic and Paralympic teams.  

KS2 visit Bath University 17.3.17

With great excitement over 300 members of KS2 travelled to Bath University on Friday 17th March for the ‘Bath taps into Science’ Festival, to celebrate National Science Week. For over two hours the children completed lots of hands on activities including holding giant African land snails and millipedes, making a hovercraft, looking at how we see (pictured), optical illusions and chocolate tasting! The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and looking at the types of careers they could carry out in the future using STEM—science, technology, engineers and math's.

Blues & Beyond Concert 30.3.17.

Thursday 30.3.17- Blues & Beyond Concert.
Tickets for the above evening taking place in the Academy hall can be purchased from the office at £5 per ticket.
This will be a really enjoyable evening, full of live music from Oakfield Academy School Choir, instrumentalists, bands and even staff!
There will be live blues from 6.30 pm to 7pm to welcome guests, the performance will be from 7pm to 8.30 with an interval.
Refreshments will be available to purchase before the performance and during the interval.

House Points

We are currently running a Termly A.C.O.R.N.S house point system across all years where pupils/classes can obtain points in the following areas-

Attendance

Accelerated Reading word counts

Interform Sports.

Totals for each class are -   A- 18 C- 16 O- 11 R- 07 N- 12 S- 20

Red Nose Day 24.3.17

Red Nose Day Friday 24.3.17 Letters are being sent home with pupils this week regarding the above event. We will be joining in and raising money for this worthy as follows- ...
• RED MUFTI DAY – Pay £1.00 for the privilege of wearing your own choice of clothes (as much red as possible please!) • There will be CAKE SALES organised by KS2 and KS3 – please bring in cakes to sell on the day and some change to purchase some. • Red noses and lots of the merchandise are on sale now at Sainsburys. A copy of our letter can be downloaded from our website under the 'Whats on Header'/letters.

Uniform price list increase

School Uniform price increase Please note that with immediate effect the following items of uniform have increased in price (this is a manufacture's increase). V Neck Sweatshirts are now £15 (£1 increase)... Knotting Ties are now £4.00 (£1 increase) Oakfield P.E Hoddieis -embroidered with child's initials is now £15 (£1 increase). Gum shields are now £3.50 (50p increase).

Year 8 Netball -Mendip Tournament 15.3.17

The Year 8 netball team did really well at the Mendip Tournament on 15.3.17
 They won 3 matches, drew 1 (although should've won as we were 3-1 up against Hugh Sexeys but that was our first game) and we lost 2.  They came 3rd out of 7.
The 2 teams we lost against came 1st & 2nd by a landslide.  However, Fairlands lost 17-0 to the 2nd place team and Selwood lost 11-0 to them, whereas we lost 6-0 having the closest margin of all the teams.  We lost 4-1 to the overall winners, who were Crispin.
We scored 27 goals in total, so amazing work by our pupils.  Lydia Powell 8S was the top goal scorer. She learnt not to be quite so polite, apologising everytime someone contacted her.  In the last game, Lydia developed her "game face".

Sons of Pitches

All staff and pupils who attended The Sons of Pitches workshop which was held at King Arthur’s School, Wincanton agreed that it had been a wonderful privilege. The inspirational group of guys who won BBC2’s ‘The Naked Choir’ in November 2015, were not only incredibly talented, but able to connect and communicate with our students. A number of our students were selected for solo performances, a special mention to Alex Jeffries from 7A for outstanding effort, however all of the students really did shine.  
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