The Cutty Sark
On Friday, the Year 2 children went to the National Maritime Museum and to see the Cutty Sark. They had a great day exploring the galleries, learning about life at sea and meeting Pirate Alice!
Maths Treasure Hunt
Some of the Year 2 children had great fun taking part in a Maths treasure hunt on Monday. The children had to work in teams to find clues, solve mathematical problems and figure out the secret word!
Year 6 had a wonderful week at Rockley last week! Despite the wet and cold weather we still spent time windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and paddle-boarding amongst other things. We finished off a busy week with a session at the New Forest Aqua Park where we all had lots of fun.
Spanish Day at Oakfield
On Thursday, we had our Spanish Day. All of the children came into school dressed up as a Spanish artist.
In the afternoon, Oakfield turned into a Spanish Art Museum. Each year group had been working hard during the morning creating different pieces of art in the style of Spanish artists. Then after lunch, each class had a tour of the school looking at everyone's different pieces of art.
I’m Sophie C and I play for a football club called Dulwich Village. I play in the U12 girls’ team and love it. However, from Oakfield, I am the only girl who does it. Loads of boys do, though. So I would like to stop that and encourage girls from Oakfield to take part as I think that the club is enjoyable and all the coaches are friendly and enthusiastic. Over the year, I have got to know all the girls in my team and now we are all really good friends. But sometimes I wish that my friends at school could know them too so we could be like one big group and know each other.
Every week, there is one match and a fabulous training session where you do matches for fun and try new drills. In this club, I feel like I really have improved as I was given the award for Most improved. Also, I have learnt all these new skills I never would have known and that is quite special. Now I can skill up the boys at school! At Dulwich Village, you really feel part of the club and I feel disappointed when I have to miss training or a match because I love it so much. The kit is a bright orange with black shorts and is comfortable to play in. In my league, there are probably five or six teams that we play and compared to the boys, that isn’t very big at all. So any girl wishing to play, join Dulwich Village!
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