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St Nicolas CE Primary School, Abingdon

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School Newsletters & Community News 2020/21

Primary School Health Team Newsletter February 2021

Newsletters 2020/2021

 

Please have a look at our latest school newsletters below to keep up to date with everything that’s happening in our school. Make sure you check back regularly!

Community News Term 4 (Spring 2021)

Oxford United Community Football

Oxford United in the Community has produced an Education Pack and also information regarding the Joy of Moving Program that they have created. In this Pack, children can send questions to ask the players at Oxford United FC by sending a picture/scan of page 7 of the workbooks. Please ask as many questions as you like and they will try to answer as many as possible. These need to be sent to jgilmore@oufc.co.uk . The relevant documents are attached below.

Community News 2020/21

Community News February 2021

 

 Abingdon Museum - Abingdon in Lockdown

 

Abingdon Museum has launched a new project, ‘Abingdon People in Lockdown’, aimed at collecting lockdown stories from the people of Abingdon and the surrounding area.

We invite everyone to share their lockdown experience. We would like to hear lockdown stories from the point of view of children and young people, from parents tasked with home-schooling, from those working on the front line, from those working in the background and from those shielding or isolated. In fact, whatever your experience has been, we are interested to know about it.

If you would like to get involved in this project, please send your story by attaching images, audio recordings, videos and written accounts that convey your feelings about your lockdown experience, at abingdon.museum@abingdon.gov.uk writing ‘Abingdon People in Lockdown’ in the subject line.

 

Oxford Active Camps will be continuing online activities for the next two weeks until 8th March while children are still learning remotely. 

There is a range of online after school activities planned for ages 3-10, from dance to musical theatre, science, baking and learning languages. The aim is to reach as many families and to engage as many children as possible in creative, active, and expressive activities during this time, which are so important for children's wellbeing. All activities are run on a 'pay what you can' basis.

 

Please find attached the online activities timetable for the next two weeks and a link to their Online Activities webpage.

https://www.active-camps.com/online-activities/

Newsletters 2019/2020

 

Please have a look at our latest school newsletters below to keep up to date with everything that’s happening in our school. Make sure you check back regularly!

School Health Newsletter May 2020

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