At Oasis Academy Johanna, we believe that a well-rounded education is vital for nurturing well-rounded people. Because of this, we ensure that there are a variety of extra-curricular school activities for children to be involved in. Some are by invitation, others for children to sign up to on a first come first served basis. Some run at lunchtimes and some after school.
|8.00 - 9.00am||Breakfast Club||Breakfast Club||Breakfast Club||Breakfast Club||Breakfast Club|
|8.00 - 9.00am||Playground Pals Meeting
|Multi Sports (£)
|Judo (£) (Rec-Y6)|
|During the school day||Keyboard Tuition (£)|
|3.30 - 4.30pm||Capoeira (KS2)||African Dance (Rec-Y6)
Spanish Club (by invitation)
Football (KS2): 3.30-4.45pm
Cricket Club (Y5&6)
|Gardening Club (Y3&4)|
|3.30 - 6.00pm||After School Club||After School Club||After School Club||After School Club||After School Club|
Clubs change each term so do look out in the Newsletter for upcoming opportunities.
LifeSavers is a financial education programme for primary schools, giving children the knowledge, skills and attitudes to manage money well. We’ve partnered with LifeSavers and London Mutual Credit Union, giving all our pupils and their families the opportunity to open a savings account.
Pupils are encouraged to save, and are taught about the importance of managing their money well. LifeSavers is pupil-led, with our children having the opportunity to learn about the world of banking!
Our LifeSavers’ programme is a holistic approach to financial education which aims to encourage children to start developing a savings habit early in life. This is through:
- Classroom learning
- Exploring values around money – Justice, Wisdom, Thankfulness and Generosity
- A whole community approach to managing money; working closely with our Foodbank and Advice services
- Practical experience of dealing with money through our pop-up Credit Union Bank.
- When is the bank open?
- Who runs the LifeSavers bank?
- Who can open an account and how do I open one?
- What if I want to take my money out?
- I already have a savings account for my child, how is this different?
Anyone can open an account. Any parent or staff member who would like to open an account can also do this. If you want to open an account for your child or yourself please collect a form from the LSB Bank on a Thursday or from the School Office and return to Monica or Louisa with your ID documents to photocopy.
The school LSB bank runs to encourage children to take ownership of their savings. We want to encourage a good habit of saving small amounts regularly. Even if you have a savings account for your child’s future, the LSB savings bank is a great way to encourage them to understand the value of looking after their money.
If you have any questions or want to find out more, talk to one of the LSB Champs or Monica or Louisa for more details.