Category: Oak-Tree Recent Events

Oak-Tree Camping Adventure

Year 3 children from all 4 Oak-Tree schools have had a fantastic couple of days. They have been very excited about their two-day camping adventure and yesterday the wait was finally over!  Children took part in a number of activities including plenty of team building exercises as well as learning…

The Oak-Tree Music Festival

All four of the Oak-Tree Schools came together on Wednesday 29 March for one of the biggest events in the school calendar, The Oak-Tree Music Festival. Pupils, teachers and parents have been eagerly awaiting this ambitious project held at the Walthamstow Assembly Hall, and it was a great success. All…

Oak-Tree Metal Maths Challenge

One representative from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 from all four Oak-Tree Schools gathered at Oaklands yesterday afternoon to take part in the Oak-Tree Mental Maths Challenge. The atmosphere was tense as Year 3 stepped up to have their round first. The pupils were read 20 questions and were…

Forensic Science Workshop

Pupils from Normanhurst, Oaklands and Braeside joined forces on Friday 10 February for a Forensic Science Workshop held at Normanhurst School. It was a great afternoon with all pupils working together to learn about the work of a forensic, including footprints, fingerprints and evidence.

Young Voices 2017

Yesterday we took our Year 5 and 6 children from Braeside, Coopersale Hall, Normanhurst and Oaklands (around 130 pupils) to perform at the annual Young Voices Concert at the O2 Arena. Young Voices is a concert made up of children from schools across the country that come together to form one of…

Lougton Young Artists Winners Announced

Winners announced at the Loughton Young Artists exhibition and competition  As a part of Loughton Young Artists Art competition a panel of judges visited the art exhibition at Loughton Gallery by Braeside School and Normanhurst School to select winning artworks. The judges were extremely impressed with the standard of work…

Oak-Tree Firework Night

The Parents’ Association Oak-Tree Firework Display went off with a bang last night, with around 1000 people in attendance. There were numerous stalls and activities to keep the children entertained such as face and nail painting, glitter tattoos, biscuit decorating, lucky dip and hundreds of glowing toys. There was also…