Sharing what we are learning with the World, direct from our classrooms to you.

Year 3/4 Cross Country

A massive well done to everyone who took part in the cross country races on Wednesday 15th November, you did Oakmeadow proud demonstrating all of our sports values.

A special mention goes to:

William who finished 4th with Noah shortly following him in 11th in the year 4 boys.

Leo who finished 6th in the year 3 boys

Phoebe finishing 5th in the year 3 girls with Kaitlin closely behind in 14th place.


Also we are proud to say our year 4 boys finished 4th overall.


Well done it was a great achievement!


Miss Turner












It has been brought to our attention that there is some concern about hand foot and mouth at Oakmeadow. 

We would like to share the following information to reassure you:

  • Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common infection that causes mouth ulcers and spots on the hands and feet.
  • It’s most common in young children – particularly those under 10 – but can affect older children and adults as well.
  • Hand, foot and mouth disease can be unpleasant, but it will usually clear up by itself within 7 to 10 days. You can normally look after yourself or your child at home.
  • The infection is not related to foot and mouth disease, which affects cattle, sheep and pigs.

This has been taken from:

This is also information provided on the NHS website:

Preventing hand, foot and mouth disease

  • Stay off work, school or nursery until you or your child are feeling better – there’s usually no need to wait until the last blister has healed, provided you’re otherwise well.
  • Use tissues to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze and put used tissues in a bin as soon as possible.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water often – particularly after going to the toilet, coughing, sneezing or handling nappies, and before preparing food.
  • Avoid sharing cups, utensils, towels and clothes with people who are infected.
  • Disinfect any surfaces or objects that could be contaminated – it’s best to use a bleach-based household cleaner.
  • Wash any bedding or clothing that could have become contaminated separately on a hot wash.

So if you feel your child is showing any symptoms please contact your GP and inform the school.


Thank you

Sonic Sports Club!

So excited to announce that Sonic Sports Club will be running this Christmas 19th, 20th and 21st December at Oakmeadow Primary School!

We are delighted to be given the opportunity to cater for our children at this fantastic school packed with 3 days of multi sports & much more including a visit from the special man himself.

To book your child’s place please contact or 07716100956









Breakfast Club

Breakfast can be the most important meal of the day.  But many children regularly miss breakfast or resort to snacking on crisps and chocolate on the way to school.  Breakfast Club can provide a combination of a healthy breakfast, early morning childcare and an opportunity for educational and social activities.

Eating breakfast has been shown to improve children’s problem solving abilities, memory for learning, concentration, and help them start the school day on time, calm and ready for learning.

During their time in Breakfast Club children have the opportunity to spend time socialising with their friends and classmates.  We offer a wide range of activities including board games, colouring sheets, Ipads and an active game.

If you would have any queries please feel free to contact Miss Turner through the school office. Breakfast Club runs from Monday to Friday.  The doors are opened at 7:50 am, and remains open for children to arrive until 8:30 am, booking is essential via school money.


Year 1 Respect Assembly

Year 1 started the half term with an assembly focussed on our value – respect.

We discussed the meaning of respect and found out that it is about how we feel about someone or something and how we treat them. We did paintings to show the rest of the school and some children explained what it meant to them. This is what they had to say;

I respect my Mummy because she gave a kidney to my Grandad.


I follow rules from Mummy and Daddy to show them that I care about how they feel.


I use kind words because I respect other people’s feelings.


I use kind hands and feet because I care about keeping other people safe.

Sophie R

I look after our outdoor area because I love spending time out there with my friends.


I take pride in myself in the way I act and speak to keep my new baby brother and myself safe and happy.

Sophie M

I respect my Uncle because he gave some of his liver to my Auntie.


We showed through drama the respect we need to show to the rest of the world around us in our community and shared the Blue Planet 2 advert and some of the amazing animals we need to respect in our wider world.


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Football Champions!!

Massive Congratulations to our year 5/6 boys football team who won the Shrewsbury High Prep Primary School 6-a-sisde tournament.

The boys played some swift passing football in very windy conditions, the day was topped off with a 1-0 victory over local rivals St Giles.

Well done boys, great start to the season.

Miss Turner.















Year 6 SATs Dates

Calling year 6 parents …

Please put these date’s provisionally in your diary or calendar.






Bayston Hill Fireworks @ Oakmeadow Primary










KS1 Invasion Games – Champions

On Thursday 5th October six year 2 children went to Shrewsbury Academy to take part in the KS1 Invasion Games.

The game was new to all the children, throughout the afternoon all the children demonstrated our sporting values and were a credit to the school.

We played 5 games and won all 5 making us the champions!











Well done to everyone involved you were amazing.

Miss Turner.


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