Today was Greek Day for our Year 5 pupils at Alexandra Park Junior School. Here are some photos from the day:
All of our classes had their own little party to celebrate Eid. We had lots of fun activities, food and dancing. Here are some photos from the day:
Yesterday was Egyptian Day for our Year 3 students. We spent the day doing various fun activities in the theme of the Egyptians. Here are some photos form the day. 🙂
We are proud to have erected the Peace Pole in our playground. The Peace Pole says ‘May Peace Prevail on Earth’. It is written in Braille for people who may not be able to see and also in many languages, Urdu, Polish, French, Bangla, Hindi, Sindhi and Punjabi. This ensures that different cultures and religions will instantly be able to …
Today we had the Police at our school to help educate our pupils about safety. They spent the day doing fun activities and talks with all the children. It was a very fun and interesting day, the children learned a lot and we all had a great time. Here are some photos from the day.
One of our classes will be taking part in a Greater Manchester Singing Challenge and will be singing the song “Go To The Park”. Anyone who is interested in hearing our wonderful pupils sing should listen to Oldham Community Radio 99.7fm on Tuesday 23rd May at 2.15pm!
Every Tuesday morning we have a group session with parents called Empowering and Educating Parents. In this weeks session we made healthy Pitta Pizzas (they were delicious!). We welcome any parents to join us! Here are some photos from this morning!
We would like to wish all of our amazing Year 6 pupils the very best of luck next week with their exams! Try your best and GO FOR IT! From all the staff at Alexandra Park Junior School
Introduction Once a year Mrs. Barratt and all the teachers look at all the things that have happened in our school. They decide on what to do to make it better. The School’s Context When we first come to Alexandra Park some of us find our work difficult. Every year, more and more of us find our work difficult to …
At Alexandra Park Junior School we celebrated Comic Relief by having our pupils throw wet sponges at our staff for 50p per sponge. We all had a fantastic day (the staff may have had more fun than the children)! We raised a grand total of £505 for Comic Relief! Here are some photos from the day.
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