Year 5 Literacy

Some of year 5 have been busy investigating the key features of myths, legends and fables. After some great detective work they are now able to identify each type of narrative and explains its key features.

Great work year 5!

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Drum Festival – Hexham

Northumberland County Council Cultural Fund are delivering a free all day Drum Festival on Saturday 25th January 1000-2200 at Hexham’s Queens Hall. This is a very exciting event as they are bringing some of our countries top percussionists to our region.

Please see the attached information sheet for more information.

Drum Festival

 

What a week!

We have had so many exciting things happening in school this week, here are a selection of photos to show what we have been up to….

Pupils in years 5 and 7 showed off their singing skills during our karaoke event on Monday. We saw some superb performances, found some hidden talents and had lots of fun singing our favourite Christmas songs!

Christmas Carol Service 2019: This week singers, instrumentalists, soloists and readers all gave brilliant performances in OMS’ annual carol services. A big thank you to all those involved for pulling it all together!

Wishing you all a very merry Christmas!

 

 

 

And the winner is……

………………..Roman House with an astonishing 22105 house points this half term! As a reward, for all of their hard work this Friday (20th December) will be a non-uniform day for all those in Roman house.

We will survive!

Year 7 have finished off their Survival literacy topic by getting creative. They have designed and built their own survival shelter models. We’re sure you agree they look like a cosy place to be in the event of a zombie apocalypse !