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Important Info from school admissions


11 December 2017

NOTICE TO PARENTS/CARERS

SCHOOL ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS 2019/20

Shropshire Council, as admission authority for community and controlled schools in Shropshire, is conducting a consultation exercise on School Admission Arrangements for 2019/20. The Council is simultaneously co-ordinating a consultation exercise for own admission authority schools, such as academies, whose governing bodies are responsible for setting their admission arrangements and who wish to make changes to those arrangements. We wish to notify all parents/carers that the consultation will begin on Friday 15 December for a period of 6 weeks up until 27 January 2018.

In summary the proposed changes are as follows:

 Minor changes to the designated catchment area at secondary transfer to align with the primary designated catchment area. This will affect a small number of residents located at Bomere Heath, Hoptonheath, Rowton (near Broome), English Frankton, Atterley, Pennerley and Stanwardine in the Wood. (Please see www.shropshire.gov.uk for more information and illustrative maps.)

Crowmoor Primary School in Shrewsbury is proposing a reduction to its Published Admission Number from 34 to 30 to enable better class organisation.

Barrow 1618 CE Free School have proposed the addition of children of teaching staff as a new criterion in their policy.

Ellesmere Primary School have proposed the addition of children of staff as a new criterion in their policy and priority for children with siblings attending the school.

 Severn Bridges Multi-Academy Trust in Shrewsbury (Greenfields Primary School, Mount Pleasant Primary School and Radbrook Primary School) have proposed the addition of children of staff criterion to each of their school policies.

Shrewsbury Cathedral Catholic Primary School have proposed to prioritise all looked after children, regardless of whether they are baptised Catholic children and to make minor changes to their oversubscription criteria.

The consultation documents containing further information can be found on the Shropshire website: www.shropshire.gov.uk/schooladmissions by following the link to the Consultation on Admission Arrangements 2019.

If parents wish to make comments on any of the proposed changes by Friday 26 January 2018 they should e-mail school-admissions@shropshire.gov.uk or write to:

School Admissions, Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, SHREWSBURY SY2 6ND

 

SPECIAL INFORMATION NEWLETTER


SPECIAL INFORMATION NEWLETTER:

12-12-2017 (1pm)

Thank you to all the staff that came in Monday and Tuesday to help clear, it is really appreciated. It was not extra days off for us!

Thank you also to the parent that helped the path clearing Monday – your support was gratefully received.

THANK YOU also to the manager at the Quarry who came over to help- what a lovely man!

This week…

Please be aware of the following information:

  • ONLY BEECHES OPEN TO COME IN THROUGH WEDNESDAY AND THIS IS SO AS MANY STAFF OUT AS POSSIBLE CAN BE ON THE ROUTE.

 

Be careful on your route up to school, we have cleared and gritted but it is ICY. School are not responsible for any accidents, we are warning you it is icy so walk with care and we will be there to help.

INFORMATION ON PERFORMANCES:

WEDNESDAY:

  • KS1 will perform at 10.45am. This is in school.
  • KS2 will perform at 2pm – this is NO LONGER AT CHURCH BUT AT SCHOOL. We only have 150 places for this and so it will be first come first served and we are putting an extra one to help.
  • We will need plan a quick turn over at 3pm for WINTER WONDERLAND… All stalls will be in main hall/corridor and in KS1 library. Bouncy castle in the studio…
  • Santa is based in the KS1 library.…

 

THURSDAY:

  • KS1 rescheduled MONDAY’s performance at 2pm.
  • MOVIE NIGHT – STUDIO from 3.15pm- If your child is booked in they will be brought to the studio by their teacher. Collection from main reception at 5.45pm.

 

FRIDAY:

  • KS2 performance at 10 and a KS1 extra performance at 2pm.

This is for any that cannot make a rescheduled performance.

No ticket is required but it will be on first come first served and a maximum of 150 people, so we apologise now if you are disappointed.

PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT come again if you have already seen this as this would not be fair.

 

Thank you for your patience this week.

The Oakmeadow Team.

Important Information!!


I am sorry to announce we have had to postpone our winter wonderland this evening. We are hoping for it to take place next Wednesday 13th.

 

Thank you.

The Oakmeadow Team.

The Elf Strikes Again!!!


After a long search, we found the naughty Elf digging in Mr Smiths area. I think a trip to Mrs.Whelan’s office will be in store tomorrow…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time for tolerance!


It’s that’s Christmas time of year again,

Glitter and sparkly everywhere.

 

Loads of fun, but loads to do,

The hours at school seem but few!

 

It time we put on those red pants and get our magic dust,

Because it is a time of year when tolerance is a must!

 

So dear parents we ask you give this to us too and know that we have lots to do,

Giving out cards, many jobs, sorting things out… bits and bobs…

 

… So alongside teaching, parties and productions,

This leads to much exhaustion!

 

We might not get things out this week (or next) on time,

However, hope you enjoyed our little rhyme!

 

The Team at Oakmeadow

The Elf goes cooking


The Elf is on it’s second day at school, look what a mess it’s making!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember you can have ago at guessing it’s name for just 50p if you guess right it could be coming home with you.

 

Schoolgames sporting updates


On a cold afternoon last Thursday at the sports village, it was the turn of the Y5/6 cross-county teams to represent Oakmeadow in the schoolgames.  Having walked the course, we tried to stay warm before it was everyone’s turn to race.  The Y5 girls were up first, with Dulcie Dowling in particular doing a very credible 19th in her first competitive cross country.  Next, it was the Y5 boys, with Maddox Gray just finishing inside the top 10.  Following this, the Y6 girls were next up on the muddy course in a busy field, with the boys finally finishing the event, with Charlie Lewis finishing in a great 6th place.  We are just waiting to hear, but we believe that both Maddox and Charlie should have done enough to represent Shrewsbury at the schoolgames day in March.  Well done to all children who took part and represented their school admirably.

Y5 boys: Maddox Gray, George Hadley, Jake Wallin, Ethan Barber, George Bellingham, Max partridge

Y5 girls: Ellie Bowen, Libby Keeble, Dulcie Dowling, Milly Schofield-Powell, Lily-Anne Herries

Y6 Boys: Finlay Rogers, Charlie Lewis, Jimmy Richards, Regan Connelly, Lewis Smith-King, Alfie Page

Y6 Girls: Lilly-May Corfield, Tilly Jones, Ella Robinson, Lauren Tomkins, Flo Taylor

This afternoon, 6 children from Y5 and Y6 represented our school in the annual basketball event.  In a frenetic and often feisty competition, we progressed in our game throughout.  Having drawn 1-1 with Belvidere, we then just lost out 2-1 to Meole Brace, before beating Coleham 5-0, with a super Harry Carr triple basket,  It was down to the final game against Longden to see who would finish as runners up behind Meole in second place.  Having led the game throughout with a hat-trick of baskets from Esme Hanna, we unfortunately conceded a last minute basket which tied the game 4-4, meaning we just missed out on making the semi-finals by two points.  A great effort all round from mostly Y5s, so we could go even further next year!

Team: Esme Hanna, Lilly-May Corfield, Harry Carr, Jake Wallin, Maddox Gray, Caiden Sadd

That is it for the schoolgames for this calendar year!  It returns end of January for the sportshall athletics, which is always a great event.  Stay tuned to see how we fare.

Name the Elf!!


Coming up…. we are starting our NAME THE ELF competition on the 5th December….

What do you think he is called?  Choose a name from the list coming around school, 50p a go.  The name will be announced at Winter Wonderland!

 

In the meantime … elf will be ‘shelfing’ around school … will you see what he gets up to?!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U9 Boys County Cup First Round.


Well done to the U9 boys football team who played in the first round of the County Cup and won the group in style. 

This was the first game for our new U9 boys team, the boys kicked off the evening playing against Mereside with a very impressive performance, nice slick one touch football resulting in a great ball from Connor putting Jack through on goal to slot in the bottom Corner, great victory for the boys. After a well earned rest they went on to play Longnor and continued their great passing play winning 2-0 with goals from Jack and William. Our third and final game was against a very strong Mount Pleasant team which finished a goalless draw.

A fantastic team performance with several players making their school debut, good luck boys in the next round.

The future looks bright for the Oakmeadow boys.

Miss Turner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parent Council Meeting 22/11/2017


Agenda:  22-11-17

 

  1.  Lunchtimes and the provision – to develop KS1 and KS2 relationship so we are looking at using 12-1 as the nominated lunch slot.  We have extended out outdoor area in preparation.  We would like your thoughts.
  2. Review of school photos.  Following some complaints- is the exercise of going out to tender right to do again in September?  As parent council led on this initially it seems right that this is reviewed as a group.
  3. Sports day:  Mr Ostermeyer has recently changed the way sports day runs, adding a different way of working intis area.  We would like your thoughts on how this is running?  Are you seeing the benefits?  Is there anything you’d like to change?
  4. AOB

 

If you would like to add to the agenda please contact Mrs Frost in the office on 01743 875020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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