World Book Day

Rounding off our 1st year on the new site with Staff Rounders July 2016.

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Unfortunately not all were able to play but happy to offer support from the ‘sick bay!’

Oldfield Olympics 2016

Oldfield held their very own Olympics Sports day on Wednesday 22nd June.

Every pupil in school participated in 16 Olympic events. The competition was fierce but so was the sportsmanship demonstrated throughout. The Year 6 leaders encouraged their teams in each event and the results at the end couldn’t have been closer.

In first place with 3076 points were the Kestrels
In second place with 2862 points were the Hawks
In third were the Eagles and 4th just behind were the FalconsP1060630

Click on the photos below for the large versions…

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Maidenhead’s Got Talent

On Friday, 5th February the Year 3 and 4 choir took part in Maidenhead’s Got Talent, run by the Rotary Club. It was a huge event and the children form Oldfield made us really proud. They sang “Bare Necessities”, “Beauty and the Beast” and “A Whole New World”, – A Disney Feast. Next stop Royal Albert Hall!

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Watch Mr Jarrett’s conducting performance at the Oldfield Carol Concert

Last night’s Carol concert saw carols, the Salvation Army band and the Oldfield choir come together in perfect harmony.

There was even a series of special guest conductors… One of them you can see in the video below…

Happy Christmas!

Nasal Flu Spray Programme

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Please see the link to the Children’s Flu Website below which gives further information regarding the benefits of the flu vaccination and may help you to make an informed decision when in comes to vaccinating your children.


‘Farewell to Oldfield’ Event

Pupils past and present came to say farewell to Oldfield Primary School  at Chiltern Road last Saturday, 27th June before we move  to our brand new school in September. 

Hundreds of ex pupils, staff and parents gathered for our  farewell party at school. Photo displays showed pictures of former classes, stretching back to 1973 when the school first opened, while school musicians kept people entertained in the playground.

Parent governor Sarah Green, who has two children at  school, said: “The main purpose today was just to give past and present pupils, and staff, and anyone who has been involved with the school previously, an opportunity to come back and see the old school, and catch up with old friends.”

“It was fabulous to see big groups from 1979, 1980, 1981 meeting all their friends. It’s been a fabulous afternoon, we are delighted.”

Sarah added: “There’s been a lot of happy memories on this site but there’s also exciting times ahead with the new site.”

Oldfield Cake

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Kiss and Drop/Grab and Go Leaflet

Please click on this link to view our Kiss and Drop/Grab and Go leaflet.

These arrangements are for the new school from September 2015

Year 6 Residential

Friday 19th June

The children had a fantastic evening round the camp-fire singing songs with the other schools and also enjoyed a BBQ. All bags are packed and the children are spending the morning playing team games. We will email this afternoon when they are en route.

Thursday, 18th June

All had a good day yesterday and ended with a quiz in the evening. Another good breakfast enjoyed this morning and they have now split into two groups. Mrs Powers group are abseiling and climbing at Dancing Ridge, Mrs Moore and Mrs Stopien will be doing archery and ropes with their group. This afternoon they will swap activities. Tonight will be a camp fire with the other school. Please remember to check your emails tomorrow afternoon as we will update you of any changes to the expected arrival time.

Wednesday, 17th June

Yesterday was a lovely sunny day and all the children were very sensible with their sun-cream, the same can’t be said for Mrs Moore and Mrs Stopien! Everyone enjoyed the canoe to Brownsea Island in the morning and in the afternoon they built shelters and made camp-fires. Great fun was had in the evening when the children took part in a murder mystery challenge with another school.

Today they are hiking to Corfe Castle this morning this afternoon they will be kayaking and raft building.

Tuesday 16th June 9.00am

Last night the children played team games and thankfully all slept well. This morning they have had cereal and a cooked breakfast so should be nicely fuelled for their canoe expedition to Brownsea Island! This afternoon they will be doing camp craft skills and then after dinner there will be a Murder Mystery Evening.

Monday 15th June

1.00pm – Year 6 have arrived safely and are busy unpacking and settling into their rooms. We will post updates here daily with any news.