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Marvellous May Kids Club

Lincs Inspire return for May half term (28th to 31st May) with some of the area’s best kids’ clubs.   Experienced and qualified coaches  return with a variety of activities to keep kids entertained, learn new skills and meet new friends.

Four fun filled days of football at Bradley Football Development Centre.  A mash-up of musicals at a three-day musical theatre workshop at Grimsby Auditorium.  An opportunity to develop confidence and skills in the water at Crash Course Swimming Lessons at Immingham Swimming Pool. Plus much more!

For listings and bookings visit www.lincsinspire.com/schoolholidays

Take a look at our fabulous Year 3 star readers.  All of these children earned enough points to spend in the Book Nook.

Well done guys!

 

Measles Mumps Rubella

Everything you need to know

Are you and your child vaccinated? Nationally we are seeing an increase in cases of Measles. The best protection is to have both doses of the MMR vaccination. If you have been vaccinated, it’s very unlikely you will catch measles.  Measles is highly infectious. Through passing contact with someone with measles, you can be infected too.  Measles can lead to serious complications resulting in hospitalisation. Since there is no treatment, vaccination is important to avoid serious illness. Protect yourself and your child by booking your free MMR vaccination through your GP practice.

MMR is for everyone regardless of age.

If you are unsure whether you or your child are fully vaccinated, you can check your child’s red book or contact your GP.

You can read more about measles and the symptoms at www.nhs.uk/conditions/measles/ and about the MMR vaccination at www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/mmr-vaccine/

If you have symptoms of measles stay at home and phone your GP or NHS 111. Do not attend GP surgeries and A&E departments without informing them that you think you have measles before you visit as you could spread the illness to others.

For more information about vaccines in general, visit Vaccinated - Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership

 

World Book Day 2024

  Free Easter Holiday Camps - Look out for your HAF Code in your in-box to use in the Easter Holidays.

For More information click HERE

Class 4 W

Here are our wonderful times tables champions from 4W! These children get 25/25 consistently in their multiplication checks they are absolutely smashing it!

 

WORLD BOOK DAY

FRIDAY 8TH MARCH 2024

This year Chef and his team will prepare a special menu to celebrate World Book Day.  Children may come to school dressed as their favourite book character or wear their own clothes.  We are having an art competition with one winner from each class.

#inittowinit

Please Click Here to see the menu.

 

Class 4B have been learning all about Hindu Dancing, here they are practicing some moves!

 

A message from the Road Safety Team

 This is a reminder from the Road Safety Team, after reports of dangerous and illegal parking from parents at Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe.  All signage and markings are enforceable outside the school and we have scheduled regular visits from the Civil Enforcement Officers to monitor the area and may issue  Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) to parents parked in contravention of the markings.  These restrictions are in place for the safety of all children/parents at your school. 
Yellow zig-zag lines outside schools indicate the length of road where stopping is strictly prohibited during the times shown on the upright sign. In the case of Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe, vehicles must not stop on these markings Monday to Friday between the hours of 8.00-9.00am and 3-4pm. Any vehicle which is observed to be stopped on the zigzags will receive an instant Penalty Charge Notice.  The zig zags lines are there to safeguard children’s lives. 
We thank all parents who comply with current restrictions and would like to take the opportunity to remind all drivers to park legally, safely and with consideration for local residents who live in the area. 
The Road Safety team, Mark Tupman – School Crossing Patrol and Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe, work closely together to ensure the safety of ALL pupils going to and from school and we want this to continue successfully. 
Thank you from
Road Safety Education Team 

Children in Need is back this year on Friday 17th November 2023!

Challenge yourself to be SPOTacular .......  come to school dressed in your best SPOTS, we can't wait to see what you come up with.

WOOHOO… MONDAY 13TH NOVEMBER IS ODD SOCKS DAY!

WHAT IS ODD SOCKS DAY? Odd Socks Day is part of Anti-Bullying Week

To celebrate that we are all unique, we ask that you wear odd socks to school on Monday 13th November

The day sends an important message that we should all be allowed to be ourselves free from bullying and helps us celebrate Anti-Bullying Week in a fun and positive way.

We are a Nut free zone - to ensure the safety of our young people, staff, and visitors

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Celebrating Pride month

What is Pride and why do we celebrate it?

We will be learning more about Pride this week. We will be talking about how all of our families are different, and how proud we are to be ourselves, in our unique families. On Thursday 22nd June we are using the rainbow theme for a non-uniform day; wear a rainbow or bright colours! We are remembering that everyone is important and we all should be able to live our lives without discrimination. 

Next week 12th June, we will be serving a Healthy Eating Week Menu.  Please click HERE to see the menu, and remember to discuss them with your children,  so they can make their choices.

Oasis Encounter Parenting Course

Oasis Encounter is an exciting therapeutic parenting empowerment course, with new online courses starting May 2023.   Open to parents and caregivers! Find out how small changes can make the biggest impacts. Proven to be effective with Anxiety, ADHD and Autism.    Work with likeminded people, ready to instil transformational change within the home. Led by Oasis's own experienced practitioners.

Contact oasis.encounter@oasisuk.org for further information, or select the button below to complete a referral form and the team in touch.

Oasis Encounter Referral Form   

Hello and welcome to World Book Day 2023

 

It is World Book Day next week on Thursday 2nd March however we are going to celebrate our World Book Day on Friday 3rd.

 This year we are going to focus our world book day around one book - The Day the Crayons Quit. 

We would love each year group to come dressed in their own clothes but (where possible) in the colour of their year groups allocated crayon.  PLEASE SEE BELOW 

EYFS Lavender, Lilac, Violet Class  – Please dress in Red

Year 1 –  Please dress in Pink/Purple

Year 2 – Please dress in Green

Year 3 – Please dress in Yellow

Year 4 – Please dress Blue

Year 5 – Please dress in Pink

Year 6 – Please dress in Orange

The Government have announced a public holiday for Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral which is taking place on Monday 19th September 2022.

Please read this letter from Mrs McGuire for details.

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/kids-club/entertainment/books/roald-dahl-facts/

The above link is a good page for families to visit if they want to find out more about Roald Dahl.

In school we are going to be sharing our favourite Roald Dahl stories.

Year 3 Bronze Age Project

Children in year 3 have been making home made dyes using different foods to achieve the desired colour. This is in the in the style of Bronze Age people who they have been learning about.
When the dyes were ready they used them to dye strips of
material then used the material to weave.


Young Voices 2023

Yesterday year 5 travelled to Sheffield
Arena to take part in the worlds largest choir concert.


Taking part in Young Voices in some of the world’s greatest arenas alongside incredible artists, with all their school friends around them for support, helps self-belief, self-motivation, confidence, and the ability to communicate as part of a team - which is invaluable!
The concert is the culmination of a lot of hard work from your teachers and children.