Our final piece of Australian art is on display in class for you to see. The children worked in small groups to draw and cut out leaves. They then painted, decorated and assembled their leaf wreaths which look really eye-catching!
We are currently experiencing problems with parent mail, which means we are unable to send out emails to parents, hopefully this problem will be rectified soon.
Beyond School Sport Values Poster competition A big thank you to everyone who took the time to ‘like’ Freya’s Teamwork poster in the Facebook competition on the Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity page. We are very pleased to announce that … Continued
As part of our work on Australia, we used the Paint programme on the laptops or the Drawing Desk app on the Ipads to draw a picture of our favourite Australian animal.
On Tuesday 27th March I went to compete at the Oxfordshire Cross Country County Finals at Tilsley Park. I was the only person in the school to qualify for this event. I came 9th out of 90 competitors. By Anna … Continued
On Monday 26th of March 15 of the year six girls went to a Dance Competition at the Wyvern Theatre, Swindon. They danced to the music from The Greatest Showman and their dance was based on a circus. In the … Continued
On the 16th March 2018, Raquel, Helen, Zac and Bethany took part in the ESSA Oxon Round Swimming competition at the Dragon school. We entered the small schools category and there were five schools including us. We swam in two … Continued
On Thursday 15th of March Appleton School Football Team went to a 5-a-side football tournament. In our team we had Dylan, Alex, Alfie, Joe, Jonah, Gaby, Oscar, Layla and Freya. We won the first game 3-1 where Alfie scored 2 … Continued
In PSHE this week we have been thinking about how to stay safe during different activities including crossing the road safely. We had to help Jigsaw Jack to learn the 6 steps in the Green Cross Code before he tried … Continued
In Science this week we have been learning about the different parts of a plant. We drew a picture of a flower then labelled the key parts of the plant such as petals, leaves and roots. For an extra challenge, … Continued