Our Magical Moments
This page, ‘Our Magical Moments’, is here to share and celebrate activities and events in school that demonstrate your growth as a person.
Our learning behaviours and drivers, British Values and your social, moral, spiritual and cultural understanding will guide and enlighten you on your journey through school and beyond.
British Values at Bare Trees
Pupils at Bare Trees have remembered her majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, through class discussions and art projects. Pupils recognised that she was powerful female role model to others and how resilient she was being our Queen for 70 years. Many pupils watched the state funeral on the Bank Holiday Monday as a sign of respect.
June is Pride Month. A celebration of diversity, individual liberty, equal rights, respect and tolerance through democracy and rule of law. Read about inspirational individuals who are part of the LGBTQ+ community.
Mrs Ali's hard work at school is always valued but her crochet skills have brought joy to Shaw this week too.
On Friday the 27th of May 2022, Bare Trees are celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The Queen has reigned for a record breaking 70 years! The Union Jack flag will be waved and everyone will wear the colours red, white and blue during a whole day of exciting activities. We will be playing sports from the Commonwealth Games, enjoy a party picnic at lunch and year groups will dance to music from different decades in a whole school danceathon. An Art Gallery, in the main hall, will display artwork inspired by artists from each decade of her reign. Families are invited to visit and admire the children's creations at hometime.
The Queen: Children in Year 6 wanted to share these images of the Queen through her long life.
Good Luck, Year 6!
Who will you choose to join your house team as an honorary member? Nominate a well known and inspirational person from Oldham who shares our values.
Congratulations to Churchill, who collected the most house points across school in the Autumn term.
Dr Kershaw's Hospice Charity Day
The school council members chose three charities to support this year. The local charity that school council chose to support is Dr Kershaw's Hospice.
Click on the link to find out the amazing work Dr Kershaw's Hospice do.
On Tuesday 25th January we raised money for Dr Kershaw's Hospice, the pupils brought in a money contribution to wear their own clothes. We are waiting to hear from Dr Kershaw's Hospice how much we raised.