Oak Class

Welcome to Oak Class. All of the children in years 3, 4, 5 and 6 are in Oak Class. The two class teachers are Mr Wharton (who will be in class Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays) and Mrs Clayton (who will be in class Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays) .

The teaching assistants are Mrs Robinson and Mrs Sellick.

Coronavirus Home Learning

Read our school closure learning plan here. This explains how we will set home learning tasks, how you can share them with your child’s teacher and how you can get in touch with the staff.

The Government has set up an online academy with daily lessons delivered by teachers and activities to follow up with. Click here to access the lessons for each year group.

BBC Bitesize have also started providing daily lessons and activities for the children. Click here to access these lessons.

Click here for some ideas for you to do indoors as a family. If you get through all of those activities, try these. Most importantly have fun and enjoy your time together.

Home Learning: 8th June 2020

Please click here for the weekly plan.

The worksheets for the White Rose Maths lessons linked below. Remember that if your child is finding their year group’s work too tricky, just try the year group below.

Y3 Week 7 worksheets and answers

Y4 Week 7 worksheets and answers

Y5 Week 7 worksheets and answers

We really would love to see what you are up to at home. Please upload any photos of your learning or adventures that you have been having onto our Class Dojo page.

Home Learning: 1st June 2020

Home Learning 1st June 2020

White Rose Maths

Y3 worksheets and Y3 answers

Y4 worksheets and Y4 answers

Y5 worksheets and Y5 answers

Home Learning: 18th May – 22nd May 2020

Please click on the links below for this week’s home learning. If your child is struggling to access the home learning, possibly because you don’t have a laptop or tablet, please let us know. We have noticed that very few of Oak Class are accessing the learning we are setting so if you are having difficulties, please let us know so that we can help you.

Oak Class Y3 and Y4 Home Learning 18th May 2020

WRM Y3 Wk5 Worksheets

WRM Y4 Wk5 Worksheets

Oak Class Y5 and 6 Home Learning 18th May 2020

WRM Y5 Wk 5 worksheets

WRM Y6 Wk 5 Worksheets

Home Learning: 11th May – 15th May 2020

Please click on the links below for this week’s home learning. If your child is struggling to access the home learning, possibly because you don’t have a laptop or tablet, please let us know. We have noticed that very few of Oak Class are accessing the learning we are setting so if you are having difficulties, please let us know so that we can help you.

Oak Class Home Learning 11th May 2020

Oak Class talk for writing booklet

White Rose Maths Y3 worksheets

White Rose Maths Y4 worksheets

White Rose Maths Y5 worksheets

White Rose Maths Y6 worksheets 

If you have any questions or concerns about the home learning, please contact Mrs Vale or Mrs Clayton via ClassDojo

Home Learning: 4th May – 8th May 2020

On the 8th of May it will be VE Day and big celebrations were planned in the village and school. These large celebrations will not be happening, in order to follow the Government’s guidelines, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t mark the event at home as a family.

Please click on the links below for this week’s home learning.

Oak Class home learning 4th May to 8th May

VE Day powerpoint

Learn how to Lindy Hop!

Home Learning: 20th April – 1st May 2020

We have put together a daily timetable to help you structure your day at home. Please click on the link below:

Home Learning Weekly Timetable 20.4.2020 to 1.5.2020

Links for apps for Reading Eggs and Mathletics: 

Apple apps:

Mathletics

Reading Eggs

Android apps:

Mathletics

Reading Eggs

Hopefully the web links will work. The Talk for Writing booklets are linked below. There is no need to print these off, just complete the tasks on pieces of paper.

Year 3 and 4: The Truth about Trolls

Year 5 and 6: Doors the world of possibility

Wednesday 15th April – Please click on the link to read a free book which explains Coronavirus in child-friendly language. It’s really good and will hopefully help our children understand why social-distancing is so important at the moment.

Coronavirus A Book For Children

Easter Holiday Activities

We hope you are all well and continuing to follow the advice set out by the Government on social distancing. Please remember that playing with friends outside or at your house is not advised and could put you and your family at risk.

We are not setting home learning over the Easter break but we have put together some activities to keep the children entertained for the next two weeks. It is not an expectation that you do them, just a bit of fun.

Easter Holiday Activities

Busy Things are offering 1 month of access for just £1! This learning platform is brilliant and has lots of activities for the children to do.

https://www.busythings.co.uk/

Stay Inside. Protect the NHS. Save lives.

Home Learning Week 2

This week we are going to keep things simple. Please continue to access the White Rose Maths resources online as these really are very good as well as the other links below. Oxford Owl have added loads more ebooks for children to read and there are also some phonics lessons on there for children to access.

The children have all been enjoying ‘The Boy Who Grew Dragons’ and ‘The Boy Who lived with Dragons’, so this week I’d like the children to imagine that they have found a dragon fruit…

What does their dragon look like?

What are its specials powers?

What sort of adventures do they go on with their dragon?

The children can draw a picture of their dragon, write a story or a diary about what they get up to with their dragon.

Most importantly, have fun with it and let their imaginations run wild!

Jump Start Jonny!

The lovely Jump Start Jonny has added free workouts for the children to take part in. The children LOVE doing this in the classroom and would be a great opportunity to dance around the kitchen or living room! Have fun!

https://www.jumpstartjonny.co.uk/free-stuff

English Week 1 (23.3.2020)

Please click on the files below for English activities for your children to do.

English_Y3_Week_1

English_Y4_Week_1

English_Y5_Week_1

English_Y6_Week_1

White Rose Maths

White Rose Maths are offering home learning activities for the children to access. This is the scheme that we use in the classroom so the children will understand the format of activities. There is a daily short tutorial followed by an activity for the children to do. The home learning is set out in year groups so you just need to select your child’s year group. If they are finding it tricky, choose an younger year group.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Twinkl are offering free access to their interactive activities. Please use the code UKTWINKLHELPS to access the resources. The activities are split into age ranges: Y3 should access the 7-8 years, Y4 should access the 8-9 years, Y5 the 9-10 years and Y6 the 10-11 years. If your child is finding it challenging, choose a younger age range.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/go/teach-lesson-packs-twinkl-go

An interactive game from Premiere League, prove your skills as a spelling and maths superstar.

https://plprimarystars.com/for-families/play-game?utm_campaign=1867544_homelearning_19.03.20&utm_medium=email&utm_source=edcoms&dm_i=3VTU,14108,1IJAJP,3WJHS,1

Oxford Owl has loads of free ebooks for the children to read: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/

The children can continue to go on TT Rock Stars

Times Tables Rock Stars: –https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth

Spelling Shed: –https://play.edshed.com/login

Please find attached this terms newsletter

Oak Newsletter Spring term 2

Some of Oak class had their ukulele recital this morning, watch the videos below

Snails / Worzel GummidgeMinecraft

Oak hard at work in maths

Oak maths

Oak enjoying the gymnastics apparatus in PE.

Oak gym

As part of their topic ‘The Great, the Bold and the Brave’, Oak class wrote and performed news reports about the Battle of Marathon. The children had great fun performing these and we really enjoyed watching them.

Battle of Marathon

Please find attached this terms newsletter.

Newsletter Spring Term

As a little bit of fun the children took mug shots of each other (trying to look very serious)

Mug shots

The children have been learning about crime and punishment this term and have been tasked with researching and recreating a model of a form of punishment through time. Here is what some of Oak class came up with.

Punishment models

Yesterday 5 November, a few children in Oak were creating fireworks and bonfires from what they could find on our grounds.

Fireworks and Bonfires

Oak class have been inspired by Monet’s waterlilies painting in art. They have been recreating their own impressions of the famous landscapes.

Water Lillies

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