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Archive for November, 2017

Children in Need

Monday, 20 November 2017

We were seeing spots on Friday 17 November (also PJs and Fancy Dress) as pupils and staff supported Children in Need. On the day £122.05 was raised for this very worthy charity.

Remembrance Day

Friday, 10 November 2017

Today we remember and thank all who have served their country in war.

Lest we forget!

Julie Fardell

Executive Head Teacher

Spooky Halloween

Friday, 10 November 2017

October 31 was Halloween and many of our Cherry Oak School pupils (and staff)  dressed up in spooky Halloween costumes and played tricks on unsuspecting staff and pupils!

Some of our parents are really good at ghoulish make-up. Thank you for making it a fun day.

Julie Fardell

Executive Head Teacher

Panathlon Games

Friday, 10 November 2017

PANATHLON SUCCESS!

Birmingham Level 2 Games, Panathlon Challenge

 today at Nechell’s Well Being Centre. 

Out of 10 teams Cherry Oak finished in 5th place at this week’s Panathlon Games event.
We finished with a combined total of points of 53.5. Which was not too far off the winning first place score of 70 points.
Well done to;
Liam, Imani, Callum, Nathan, George – Sycamore Class
Nathan, Brandon, Joshua, Ashton, Daniel – Willow Class
Thanks to Staff – Bev, Karen & Kerry.
WELL DONE AND THANK YOU for such a great and successful day playing boccia and football.
Mohammed Farid, a B-MET Leader, Acknowledged that our team were the best mannered and behaved of the day!!!
Really PROUD of the team and their efforts.
Jo Gavin and Julie Fardell (EHT)

Parent/Teacher evening

Friday, 10 November 2017

Despite heavy traffic and inclement weather, it was wonderful to see so many parents and carers in attendance at Cherry Oak’s Parent/Teacher evening on Tuesday 7 November 2017. What a delight it was to meet so many of you and some of the brothers and sisters too!

Effective education relies on a strong partnership between a child’s family and their school. We value your input, ideas and concerns and trust that we can work together to share priorities learning targets and agree consistent approaches to support your young person’s learning.

Julie Fardell

Executive Head Teacher