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Year 2 - What do you sea? Perfect or plastic? , by Mrs Harrison

Date: 14th Jun 2019 @ 6:03pm

Year 2 have been hooked into their new animal conservation topic of underwater animals already. Look at the art work they have created and their fabulous display encouraging people to recycle, reuse and reduce plastic so that it does not pollute our oceans. 

Maths in Year 1, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 14th Jun 2019 @ 4:05pm

Maths in Year 1, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 14th Jun 2019 @ 4:05pm

Using the chrome books in Year 3, by Miss Jones

Date: 13th Jun 2019 @ 9:21pm

Year 3 were thrilled that they got to use the new google chrome books today. We incorporated safe internet use and research skills to create a timeline of key events in ancient Egyptian times. We also used our own personal logins and talked about why we should keep passwords private. 

Year 3 French breakfast , by Mrs Woodward

Date: 12th Jun 2019 @ 3:35pm

Year 3 enjoyed a French day. They had a French breakfast and tasted French pastries,crepes,brioche and baguettes,then talked about which ones they liked. Chocolate crepes were the favourite ‘Ooh la la!’

Active maths in Year 3, by Miss Jones

Date: 7th Jun 2019 @ 6:03pm

We have enjoyed competing TWO active maths activities today. We worked in the hall and in our classroom because of the rainy weather but that did not stop us having lots of fun. 

We have practised reading time on analogue clocks and we have been estimating how long something would take to do. What could you do in an hour? A minute? A second? 

Active maths in Year 1, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 7th Jun 2019 @ 2:07pm

We had lots of fun today counting to 100 using active learning. Thankfully the rained stayed away!

Year 4's mysterious object!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 6th Jun 2019 @ 2:19pm

This week, we watched a short film about the remote Isle of Ulva in the Scottish Highlands.  We imagined that this was our location for our Year 4 residential!  In small groups, we created our own maps of the island, plotting key features and then we recorded all our questions about our week's residential on the island.

Donald the ferryman, spotted something unusual on the shoreline after a big storm and he asked if we could help him to describe the object and predict what this object could be.  A few other islanders had likened the object to the legend of the kelpie. 

Year 2 - Library visit, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 6th Jun 2019 @ 11:58am

Year 2 - Planting beans and cress, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 6th Jun 2019 @ 11:54am

Welcome to our new volunteer, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 4th Jun 2019 @ 9:14am

Welcome to Sally Peel who is volunteering with us in Year 1. We are looking forward to working with her.

Y5 Quad Athletics, by Mrs Percival

Date: 23rd May 2019 @ 9:19pm

Today we took part in the Quad Athletics event at Upton. The children each had to do a throw, standing long jump, run 75m and then 600m. We had a lovely afternoon and the children were placed 6th out of 14 schools. 

Y4 Dewa Educational Visit., by Mrs Leake

Date: 23rd May 2019 @ 3:04pm

We had a great day exploring Roman Chester

Tattenhall Day 2 , by Miss Jones

Date: 20th May 2019 @ 9:09pm

Day 2

Year 3 Residential - Tattenhall 2019, by Miss Jones

Date: 20th May 2019 @ 7:23pm

What a brilliant time we have had! 

Year 3 thoroughly enjoyed their first residential experience at Tattenhall last Thursday and Friday. The weather was glorious on the first day so we spend as much time as possible outside. We weaved willow to make a fish sculpture, played team building games and enjoyed bouldering in pairs. After tea, we all went on the Millennium Mile walk around Tattenhall village before spending lots of time in the adventure park.  On the second day, we took part in den building and fire lighting sessions. We even roasted some sweet treats on the fire. 

All of the adults involved in the trip were amazed by the children’s determination, politeness and excellent behaviour.

Thank you to Mrs Woodington, Mrs Woodward, Mr Brown and Mrs Davies for assisting with the trip. 


PTA Bake Sale, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 17th May 2019 @ 5:28pm

Thank you to everyone who supported our final Bake Sale of the academic year. There was a wonderful array of creativity on display this afternoon. The Holiday theme clearly inspired lots of you as you can see from the photographs. In total £174.95 was raised so a huge thank you to everyone who baked, bought and helped! 


Winners from each class will be announced on Monday.

Year 2 - Sustainable Palm Oil, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 17th May 2019 @ 5:10pm

As part of our topic on plants, Year 2 have begun to develop their understanding of sustainable palm oil through the Chester Zoo website.

Click here to go to Chester Zoo's Sustainable Palm Oil Website page.

I wonder whether Year 2 can tell you which city has become the first sustainable palm oil city in the world?

This week we have also started to develop our typing skills on the Ipads by creating posters to encourage people to buy products which use sustainable palm oil.

Attached are some photographs of the posters as well as research based homeworks. 

Year 2 - Police Officer visit, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 16th May 2019 @ 3:39pm

Year 2 had a special surprise this morning as PC Harrison came to visit and answer our questions about being a police officer.

Last week, we discussed ambitions for the future and it was lovely to see how many children wanted to work with the police.

We got to try on different types of uniform, find out more about police officers equipment and even sit in the car!

Y5 Active Maths, by Mrs Percival

Date: 16th May 2019 @ 1:23pm

Today we were working on adding and subtracting decimals. We did our maths on the field. We played a game called Ten and Go. There was a lot of running around and calculating. We had a great time!

Year 4 - Beeston Residential 2!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 15th May 2019 @ 4:41pm

Year 4 - Beeston Residential!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 15th May 2019 @ 4:22pm

Fantastic residential Year 4 - lots of lovely memories! smiley

Gymnastics in Year 1, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 10th May 2019 @ 5:29pm

Year 1 are enjoying learning new gymnastic skills with Mr Bell on Friday mornings.

Year 2 - Obstacle course and solving missing number problems, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 4th May 2019 @ 6:36pm

Learning in Year 1, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 3rd May 2019 @ 1:56pm

Key Steps Gymnastics competition 2019, by Miss Jones

Date: 3rd May 2019 @ 10:13am

On Thursday, Miss Jones took a group of Year 4 and Year 6 children to a gymnastics competition at the Ellesmere Port Gymnastics Club. All children had to complete a tricky floor routine and a vault. Some children were competing as a team and others were competing as individual gymnasts. The children worked so hard on memorising and perfecting their routines. I was so impressed! It was lovely to see them all enjoy themselves and cheer on all the other gymnasts. 

Our Year 4 team won their event and will progress through to the county finals in July. 

The Year 6 team came 5th in their event. 

Well done to all the gymnasts who took part and thank you to Mr Eddison and Mrs Wynne for supporting with transport.  

Miss Jones. 

Contact the School

Oldfield Primary School

Green Lane
Vicars Cross

Main Contact: Headteacher Mr Alan Brown or Bursar Mrs Louise McComb

Tel: 01244 981772

SEN Contact: Mrs Nikki Bailey

SEN Email: nikki.bailey@oldfield.cheshire.sch.uk