In an already busy term, Oak Class found time to take part in the Swindon Junior Good Citizen event.
Wanborough School regularly takes part in this and normally does well, but this year we were the overall winners!
To quote the website: "Junior Good Citizen is designed to help children avoid putting themselves at risk of accident or injury, by raising their awareness of situations where something could happen." (more here)
On July 13th Oak Class presented their all singing and dancing show to families and friends, with a further performance to the school on Monday 18th.
The show was an amazing success, despite being staged with less rehearsal than we'd normally have. You'd never have known it, a credit to the children's commitment and effort.
Well done to them and thanks to families for your help and support with line learning and costumes.
Thank you to the production team: Mrs Taylor-Brant, Mrs Hook, Mrs Bermingham, Mr Woodman, Miss Corbyn and former pupils, Sophie and Lucy Walker.
On Friday 15th July, we held our formal celebration of the achievements of our departing Year Sixes during their time at Wanborough Primary.
The pupils sang 2 songs from their show and gave us their memories of each of the years at the school.
They were all awarded with scrolls, George Gibbs medals and their Year Books.
Poems were read by Mrs Taylor-Brant and some pupils.
Mr Drury celebrated the successes of a year group who worked so well through lockdowns, were such a good team on the visit to France and have been so supportive throughout their time at Wanborough.
There were presentations from the families to Mr Drury and the members of Year 6 team, after which the party started with the children singing a special song created by Mrs Minall and watching "The Video". Then it was time to dance into the evening.
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