Welcome to our new School Sports page, where you will be able to find school sports news, details of activities and competitions, as well as pictures from recent sports events.
Oakfield are very proud to have received the Sainsbury's School Games Gold award. This is a government led scheme to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.
At Oakfield, our children are extremely lucky to have so many opportunities to take part in extra sporting activities. Whilst we appreciate parent’s enthusiasm around their children taking part in sporting competitions and festivals, the criteria for choosing children for certain events are solely at the discretion of the school. The school ensures that all children have an opportunity to do at least one event/activity throughout the school year.
Oakfield's First Yoga Club!
Miss Ibrahim has been sharing her Yoga skills with a group of children this term and she gave this brief statement to summarise the success of the club:
"In Yoga Club we have been practising a variety of mindfulness breathing techniques and poses. The children have worked really hard to hold the poses in a controlled manner. We have also built up towards practising 'Yoga flow', combining sequences of yoga poses without pausing! We've also spent some time having conversations about our strengths during our 'cool downs' and how we are confident 'mountains, warriors and trees' which are all yoga poses too! A big thank you to the children for their super effort."
One child's comment about the club was highly complimentary stating "I have really enjoyed Yoga Club, it has helped me to stay calm when I can feel myself getting upset."
Oakfield’s Change4Life Club were lucky enough to be given the opportunity to visit Wagamama’s restaurant in Windsor.
The purpose of our visit was to participate in some workshops involving healthy foods.
We had a go at making our own juices using fresh fruits such as passion fruit, pineapple and mango. We could also add some mint or cucumber if we wanted. Ella-Louise really enjoyed this activity and made herself 4 delicious juices! She said ‘My favourite was passion fruit, pear, pineapple and mango!’
We had the chance to sample some pickles including ginger, cucumber and seaweed. We were all brave to touch, smell and even taste some! Isabella said ‘I like the pickled ginger!’
We all carefully measured out our fresh ingredients to add to some noodles that the head chef cooked up for us. We had red peppers, mange tout and sweetcorn. The noodles were delicious!