Now class 11 have invaded Derbyshire, and had their turn on camp
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Graeme Swann visited school to promote the launch of the new SWITCHHIT card game, connected to the chance to shine scheme, the cards feature England players, men and ladies, and facts about them all
Use the following links to find out more.
Daily Mail report
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/cricket/article-3127327/Get-Kevin-Pietersen-Andrew-Flintoff-Joe-Root-Alastair-Cook-Trumps-style-cards-feature-30-England-players-2005-Ashes-heroes-current-crop.htmlThere was also a school trip to the home of cricket, LORDS, on Tuesday 16th June. click on the link to see o0ur pupils at Lords
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The Summer Reading Challenge on Saturday 11th July.
The theme this year is ‘Record Breakers’, celebrating 60th anniversary of the Guinness Book of World records.
Are you up for the Challenge 2015 Click for more information
Mrs Moore, Mr Gash, Nathan and Molly visited The Houses of Parliament on 10th of June as part of the celebration of the cricketing scheme, “Chance to Shine.” Oak Tree School has always been actively involved in the scheme, which is why we were one of only two schools invited.
They met a number of past and present England players, including Alastair Cook, Nassar Hussain, Joe Root, Andrew Strauss and Steven Finn.
Mr Gash Made a speech.
They watched a debate in the House of Commons.