Oakley Vale Primary School

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EYFS News

EYFS News

All the latest news and updates from EYFS
  • Local farm animals visit Reception

    Published on Wednesday 21st March 2018

    As part of their new topic ‘Paws, Claws, Feathers and Whiskers,’ students in reception enjoyed a visit from a local educational mobile farm, where they received a hands-on tactile experience with farm animals.

  • Reception students look after some baby chicks

    Published on Wednesday 28th February 2018

    Students in Reception are enjoying having some new members in their classroom in the shape of some eggs that they are gradually watching hatch into chicks.

  • Reception enjoy Christmas show

    Published on Wednesday 13th December 2017

    Students in Reception enjoyed an annual trip to The Cube in Corby to watch a Christmas production of ‘The Wind in the Willows.’

  • Reception Christmas sing-along 2017

    Published on Wednesday 6th December 2017

    Parents and carers were invited to join Reception in their annual Christmas sing-along where students dressed as Reindeers, Santa’s and Snowmen and sang and danced to traditional Christmas songs.

  • Reception Grandparents stay and play afternoon

    Published on Wednesday 4th October 2017

    Students in Reception invited their grandparents in for the afternoon for their first stay and play afternoon of the year.

  • Reception enjoy a visit from the local police

    Published on Wednesday 4th October 2017

    As part of their topic ‘Me You and Them’, students in reception enjoyed a visit from the local police who came in to discus their role in the community with them. 

  • Welcome to our new Reception students

    Published on Wednesday 13th September 2017

    Oakley Vale would like to give a huge warm welcome to our new Reception Students who joined us in September.

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