October is Black History Month!
Black History Month recognises the contributions that black people have made to the UK and countries across the world, over many generations.
There has been a lack of representation of black people in the history books and Black History Month is a time to remember and celebrate the forgotten people who helped to shape the world we live in.
Black History Month is a great way to celebrate and recognise the contribution of black people to modern society. Our school must play a significant role in teaching children about the importance of having respect and tolerance for all cultures.
At Oldfield Brow, we will be weaving these celebrations into our curriculum, looking at historical figures across History, Science, English, Sport and much more!
We hope you have all had a lovely summer break and are excited to come back to school.
As I am sure you are all aware, school is a little different at the moment and might not look like it usually does. However, we might have to change the way we do things but in Y2RP we are excited about starting our new learning adventure. This term, we have lots of exciting things planned and we can’t wait to get started with our learning.
Who are we?
Well there is Mr Phillips the class teacher and Mr Norris the Teaching Assistant. Along with your friends, we are the adults here to support you on your learning journeys.
What do you need to know?
Wednesday - PE.
Thursday - Spellings practice books returned to school.
Fridays - Spelling assessment.
Reading books and records brought into school everyday.
Chatterday - Autumn 1 Chatterday sheets will be sent out with the children on Friday 12th September then posted on the class website.
What if I have any questions?
Email Mr. P on the class email: firstname.lastname@example.org We are happy to help with any query you may have.