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Welcome to Oakfield Primary School
Future Events: - W/c Monday 13th November – Odd Sock day, Children can come to school wearing odd socks. Tuesday 14th November – Anti Bullying Assembly. Thursday 16th November – M & M Productions for whole school, Beauty and the Beast performance. (No money required, this is a treat for the children from the school) - Friday 17th Friday – Children in Need - For a donation of £1.00 the children can come to school in non-uniform with a “Spotty theme” (spotty clothes, accessories, spotty face etc.) - "Star of the Week" Assembly.

Little Logan has a wheely good bike ride for Hospice

Seven year old cyclist Logan Chrost (left) hands over his hard-earned sponsor money to Lindsey Lodge Fundraiser Sharon Tune (right).

A big hearted little boy has cycled 20 miles and raised over £250 for his local hospice.

Seven year old cyclist Logan Chrost (left) hands over his hard-earned sponsor money to Lindsey Lodge Fundraiser Sharon Tune (right).Seven year old Oakfield Primary School pupil Logan Chrost carried out his marathon charity cycle ride in the Vale of Pickering, to say thank you for the excellent care provided to his late Great Grandad Mike Drewery, who passed away at Lindsey Lodge Hospice.

The Hospice, on Burringham Road is run as an independent charity to provide free of charge, specialist care to North Lincolnshire people with any progressive life-limiting illness, and supports their family and carers during illness and into bereavement.

Logan’s Grandad Steve Price has already completed three Coast-to-Coast cycle rides in aid of the hospice, which inspired Logan.

Steve said: “Logan told us he wanted to do a cycle ride like me and give the money to the lovely ladies who looked after Grandad Mike, which made our family so proud. So we helped him make his wish come true.”

Logan completed four circuits around the Vale of Pickering, while on holiday with his grandparents, over three hours with lots of rests in between, and was sponsored by friends and family.

Fabulous family fundraisers Logan Chrost (centre) and Grandma Jo Price (right) are pictured with Sharon Tune of Lindsey Lodge Hospice.Grandma Jo Price, who is a Health Care Assistant at Lindsey Lodge Hospice said: “He couldn’t wait to ring his mum to tell her he’d finished, and insisted his legs weren’t even tired!” Fabulous family fundraisers Logan Chrost (centre) and         Grandma Jo Price (right) are pictured with Sharon Tune of  Lindsey Lodge Hospice.

Jo (48) has also been doing her own fundraising for the hospice. She recently braved the elements to complete a gruelling 44 mile, two-day trek along the Bronte Way with friend Michelle Evison, raising £540.

Lindsey Lodge Fundraiser Sharon Tune said: “Wow what a family! Both Steve and Jo have already done so much, and now Logan is following in their footsteps.

“He’s a real inspiration and such a little ray of sunshine; it was a pleasure to meet him.”

She added: “On behalf of everyone at Lindsey Lodge we’d like to say a massive thank you to Logan along with Jo, Steve and Michelle for all of their support!”

KS2 Sports Day

On Friday 16th, our annual KS2 Sports Day took place . Once all the Classes and Staff had taken their places, Mrs. Herrick made sure everyone was ready to go by getting each house to cheer as loudly as they could and remember the school value of “teamwork”.

It was so encouraging to see each Year Group work together so well in their house point teams with lots of cheering each other on, regardless of which house point team was in the lead. 

We would like to thank all adults who came out to encourage their children during the afternoon which had been held in such a supportive atmosphere.

 Congratulations to Beckham who were the overall winners.

Great British Oakfield Street Party

Thank you so much to everyone for coming out to support us our Great British Oakfield Street Party to end our week of learning about British Values. We were so lucky with the fabulous weather and raised a massive £1003.24!!!!!! Wow!!
We have some ideas on how to spend this on the children and will let you know when a firm decision has been made.
We are so lucky to have such supportive parents/grandparents/friends of the school.

New School Library Opening

On Monday, the children had a fantastic afternoon, met our special celebrity guest, Annie Fanny, as we celebrated the opening of our new school library. Everyone laughed as the delighted children told their favourite jokes, practiced their spellings and discussed the power of books. The school also recieved a generous donation of £250 from the Scunthorpe Lions which has already been spent on new books. What an amazing afternoon!

The Lincolnshire Environment Awards

Congratulations to our Environment Team who came 3rd from all of the enteries competing in the whole of Lincolnshire in the 'Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Award 2017.' They prepared an amazing presentation and spoke fantastically well at the awards ceremony which was held at The Bentley Hotel Lincoln.


As Y6 face challenging times as they approach their SATs, they are also nearing an important milestone in their lives and their education with the transition from Primary to Secondary school.
'Invent Your Future' was a day for the children to discover all the positives that surrond them, to give themselves permission to invent, celebrate and to take responsibility for their own future through group activites and discussions, while developing a positive self image. A great day was had by all!
These are some of comments and observations from the feedback forms: 
'I loved the work, it was challenging and creative.'
'We were all treated like adults and at the same time it was fun.'
'The activities were really fun and brought us together.'

Speech & Drama Festival 2017

Over the past few weeks, Year 2 & Year 6 children have worked incredibly hard to practice for their Speech & Drama performance.

Well done to all and huge thanks to all parents/friends who came out to support us. We were Super proud of all the children who have worked so hard. Photos courtsey of Scunthorpe Telegraph.

World Book Day


To mark the 20th anniversary of World Book Day,To mark the 20th  anniversary of World Book Day, the children & staff got into the spirit of things by dressing up as their favourite characters. There was some wonderful costumes. Thank you all for your HUGE efforts!

Playground Projects

We are delighted to welcome Playground Projects to school this week who have created a fabulous area with new playground equipment to make break times, lunchtimes and even some PE lessons particulary exciting for our children. We put forward a successful bid which was accepted and therefore the money for the majority of this project has been met from Lottery funding.

We are also very grateful to out Friends of Oakfield Group who have contributed towards the project using funds from school parties, discos etc. and to the local council for providing the bark and to British Steel for their donation of sleepers for the site to become possible. THANKS SO MUCH TO YOU ALL - WE ARE OVER THE MOON .

Scunthorpe Music Festival

The Oakfield choir sang incredibly well and finished in joint 1st place alongside Bottesford Juniors.

We were also excited to hear that at the end of the music festival the choir were also awarded the 'Gordon Mawson Trophy' and bursary for being the most promising choir of the whole festival! Read more on our Scunthorpe Music Festival tab!

Maths Open Classroom Event- Wednesday 18th May 2016

As part of our continuing work with the Maths Hubs and our firm commitment to improving standards in Maths for all children, we held an open morning to showcase the huge transformation that we have embraced in the teaching and learning of Maths at Oakfield.


Oakfield Primary, Holme Valley, Leys Farm, Scawby and Hibaldstow Academy are buzzing with delight having recently discovered that they have been chosen to help to protect the dwindling population of Britain’s pollinating insects.  We are looking for volunteers (family members or friends) who'd be interested in offering sometime to help. Read more on our Polli:Nation tab!

Star of the Week

Week ending: 3rd November  2017 

FSLR Leonor 

FSBV Molleigh

1CB Lexi

1EH Zane

2NS Wojciech

2KD Lacey

3TB  Nicole 

3/4HO Tilly-May

4RT Hannah

5CM Kai

5NH Alfie

Year 6 Phoebe

Year 6 Lewis

Highest Class Attendance

Week ending:  3rd November 2017 



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