It is with much pride that I announce that through the hard work and dedication of all children and school staff, we have just been externally assessed and have been awarded Gold in the School Games Mark. We have all worked hard to engage all children in physical activity and to educate them on the importance of eating healthy foods and increasing their fitness. Our children love taking part in a wealth of after school activities along with joining other schools to take part in a wide variety of new sporting events. Our new Sports Apprentice, Mr Wiles, is busy working with playleaders and other children in Oak to promote inter school sports at breaktimes, encouraging everyone to take part in fun filled activities. Our healthy meals and family dining at lunchtimes, helps to contribute to everyone's health and well-being, along with our very successful 'Mile a Day' challenge.
Well done everyone! Together Everyone Achieves More
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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