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The Librarians visit the Bear Bookshop to learn about independent book shops and choose some books for the library

Congratulations to our Y3 children who got into the semi-finals of the BBC 500 words writing competition!

Y6 created blackout poems using scripture

Our chief Librarians were thrilled to get our Yoto story box up & running. They love to share the stories with the rest of the school.📖😁

We LOVE World Book Day celebrations at OLSK! Lots of fabulous costumes from the staff who enjoy spending the day promoting reading for pleasure with our children!

Mrs Turner was very proud to be in a national newspaper expressing her thoughts on school libraries

Y6 wrote letters of thanks to local organisations who help the poor and vulnerable!

Y2 wrote about the poor and vulnerable in geography, by comparing their life with the life of a child in Somalia 🧡

Pre School parents loved joining in with the Read, Write Inc workshop! We hope you had fun learning with your child! 🐸

Y4 researched the Jewish festival of Yom Kippur and how it relates to our own Lenten journey! 💜

EYFS children loved sharing their Learning Journeys with their grandparents!

The Bible says ‘Those who hope in the Lord will soar on wings like eagles.’ Y6 wrote about the things they are hopeful and filled with faith for!

Librarian Training with Jane Coleman from Wolverhampton Library

To celebrate 30 years of British Science Week, children looked at innovations over time! Researching scientists, looking at evolution and how the earth has changed over time!

Our Science fair was a great opportunity for speaking and listening as our scientists presented their projects

Y2 researched St Mother Teresa, their class saint, to write their own biographies about her.

Y3 presented their projects about natural disasters to the rest of the school

Y1 presented their projects to the rest of the school about hot and cold places

KS2 delivered their Passion Play with all children taking a role either in the drama or as a reader

Y6 researched the events of Jesus' trial and wrote how people felt about him.

RWI Workshops for parents