Teacher Blog: Mr Ekin’s Boundary Oak

Teacher Blog: Mr Ekin’s Boundary Oak w/c 12th October 2015   No Shoes for Loos You may or may not be aware of Mr Ekin’s latest fundraising campaign – #noshoesforloos. You can read all about it in last weeks Boundary Oak School Blog post. This week there has been a lot of bare foot activity… Issac… Read More »

Teacher Blog: Mr Ekin at Boundary Oak School

Teacher Blog: Mr Ekin at Boundary Oak School w/c 5th October 2015 Mr Ekin’s lessons are often exciting and unpredictable – but that’s why the pupils love them! Let’s see what they have been up to this week. Year 6 – ‘What is needed to germinate seeds’ Year 7 – ‘Energy Transfers’ The pupils used a Steam engine… Read More »

A Multicultural Education at Boundary Oak School

A Multicultural Education at Boundary Oak School Boundary Oak is a place where we understand that learning means so much more than just reading, writing and arithmetic. We understand the importance of giving our children a multicultural education, to enable them to embrace differences and grow. Our Multicultural Week has been the culmination of this… Read More »

Enhancing pupils with Growth Mindset at Boundary Oak School

Enhancing our pupils with Growth Mindset On Thursday and Friday members of our staff attended the Festival of Education. Carol Dweck was one of the speakers and I would like to share with you some of her thoughts on Growth Mindset with particular reference to how we praise our children…… In her talk, Dweck explained how a growth… Read More »

Pupil Blog: Boundary Oak School Residential Part 1

This week our Year 6, 7 and 8’s set off for their week long residential in Chatsworth, Swanage. Follow their blog to hear what they’re up to and how they’re getting on…. – Motivation Monday What better way to get you out of bed on a Monday morning than knowing you are about to head… Read More »

Pupil Blog: Boundary Oak School Residential Part 3

Knots so bad for a Wednesday  This morning we began by being taught how to tie different knots with rope. We did this in small teams. Some of them were very tricky but it was a great feeling when we managed to get it correct in the end. Learning how to make different knots was… Read More »

League tables are not black and white

League tables are not black and white It has been widely reported today that changes made to exams have affected pupil performance across both state and private education. Aaron Stewart, Proprietor at Boundary Oak School comments: Parents need to be extremely careful that they understand what criteria are being judged when senior schools are arranged… Read More »

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