As part of our positive behaviour policy, the children take part in Oxspring University sessions at the end of each week.
Every member of staff in school, along with a group of volunteers, delivers a wide range of skills activities which the children sign up for.
Over a period of 4 weeks the children develop their skills in a particular aspect, before moving onto a new set of sessions.
Over the course of last year the children were able to choose from baking, gardening, film making, sewing, Lego modelling, karate, junk modelling, computer programming, pom pom making, outdoor PE games, drawing, designing and making animations to name but a few!!
Not only are the children learning to develop and apply new skills, they have lots of fun along the way too.
Feedback from the children is extremely positive and Oxspring University is a very popular part of the school week.
Rosie in Class 3 speaks for everyone by saying ‘I think it’s wonderful. Everything is so enjoyable!’