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School Displays

Oak View pupils and staff have created some fantastic displays around the school, displaying their work and learning.

 

Orange class pupils' work showing their work learning about old and new games (part of the Growing Up topic)

 

Oak Class: a sensory display with differet textures and colours for pupils to see and touch and a hidden teddy bear.

 

Beech Class: showing pupils' work from their time at Harlow College.

 

Cherry Class topic is Growing Up: here is their work on learning about the life cycle of butterflies.

 

Green class made a display about their learning on hot and cold.

 

This is our achievement  board, showing the different achievements of pupils around the school.

 

Willow class have been learning about feelings and made some big displays, drawn and painted by the pupils.

 

Another Green class display, this time on Poppy Day:

 

  • ‘very impressed with the school’s clear sense of purpose in preparing its students for life after school. ’

    ASD report Dec 2017

  • ‘Pupils' relationships with adults are excellent, and they learn respect and appropriate behaviour from the staff. Pupils are accepting of each other’s varying needs, and show pleasure in each other’s successes.’

    Ofsted report

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  • Autism friendly shopping hour at Morrisons (@morrisons) supermarket - every Sat morning, 9 to 10. Dim lights, no music, avoid using the tannoy and turn check-out beeps.

  • Thank you to all the people who made the music festival a success. Thank you to: the mayor, Stephen Murray, who opened the event; all the parents and friends who gave us so much time and effort. More 'thank you's to follow! Photos on the website https://t.co/8qVe2qr0Qh https://t.co/eG9668cvVU

  • @eefnews @MurrayEFDC A big thank you to Stephen Murray for supporting @OakViewSchool on Saturday at our music festival. he gave a lot of time and talked to many staff, parents and carers, and pupils. Thank you.

  • Getting ready for music festival tomorrow (14th). England WC game will be shown in the hall. We have lots of cold drinks and ice!

  • Great sports day for lower school (morning) and upper/middle (afternoon). https://t.co/pPamHdowaK

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