Festive fun for all as Oasis Academy staff and students support Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day
Students, staff and volunteers celebrated Christmas Jumper Day in style as an assortment of festive snaps were sent to us from across the Oasis family.
Friday 11th December saw staff, nursery, primary, and secondary students from across the Oasis Community Learning and Oasis UK family dust off their favourite colourful outfits and light up Christmas jumpers to support the global charity, Save the Children.
At Oasis Academy Clarksfield in Oldham, children attended in their favourite Christmas Jumpers and raised a fabulous £179.15.
At Oasis Academy Sholing in Southampton, staff got very creative including Mrs 'elf' Drewell and Mr Wickens who used his Blue Peter skills to produce a Christmas suit in less than a week for Christmas Jumper Day.
In Southampton at Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill, students and staff took Christmas Jumper Day to another level with some impressive jumpers, suits and costumes.
At Oasis Academy Watermead in Sheffield, pupils had a fantastic day creating lots of brilliant festive designs with pupils also attending in their favourite Christmas jumper.
At Oasis Academy Coulsdon in Surrey, students were tasked with creating their own Christmas jumper designs and festive knits. Staff were particularly impressed with Alana in Year 7's effort designing her own jumper for our go green challenge to make your own or re-use a jumper to help our planet and reduce synthetics.
At Oasis Academy Hadley Early Years in London, pupils are very excited for Christmas making their own festive hats and turning up to school wearing their favourite jumpers.
At Oasis Academy Woodview in Birmingham, pupils had a very special visit from Father Christmas (socially distanced of course) and had a lovely day.
At Oasis Academy Broadoak in Aston-Under-Lyne, pupils took part in a Santa dash whilst wearing their favourite festive jumpers, well done to everyone involved.