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Welcome to Oak - Year 6!

 

Welcome to our Oak Class web page!

We will be adding new information to the school website each week to keep you updated on what the children have been up to. The children will also be writing posts themselves in the coming weeks to include on the school website. We are looking to use this page to celebrate achievements and hard work. I hope you will join us on our journey this year.

 

GENERAL NOTICES

 

PE Days - Wednesday and Friday

Our topics this term are basketball and tag rugby so we will be outside for most lessons weather permitting! Children must have their PE kits in school on these days. If they are unable to participate, a note should be provided.

 

Homework and Spellings 

Homework will be sent home on a Thursday and collected on a Tuesday. They will be bringing home maths, English/topic each week. Children should have their homework in school on these days. If the homework is not completed, children will be expected to stay in and complete the work on Tuesday lunchtime.

 

Class Dojo

We will be continuing with our Class Dojo rewards this term. I post regular updates on the Class Dojo app for parents to view. If you do not have a login please contact me so you can keep track of our updates.

 

 

 

Meeting athlete Reuben Arthur!

 

 

Today, Oak class had the opportunity to meet 100m sprinter Reuben Arthur who visited the school. The children participated in an intense workout with Reuben before engaging in a Q & A session. They also had the opportunity to look at his medals. The children left feeling very inspired! Well done to our two pupils who received medals from Reuben for excellent sportsmanship!

 

WEEK ONE HIGHLIGHTS

 

The children have worked very hard this week returning to school with a positive attitude. We've had a busy week with lots of new exciting topics to engage with. 

In English this week, we played the games hot potato and penny pitch from our World War I text 'Stay Where You Are Then Leave'. In Science, we played the circulation game thinking about how blood and oxygen move around the body.

 

Congratulations to our new house captains!

 

This week, Oak class have worked very hard on their speeches to compete to voted as our new house captains. I am very proud of all of Oak Class for their hard work. It takes a lot of courage to stand up and give a speech in front of a large audience.

A big 'well done' to:

 

SHAKESPEARE:

Jena (House Captain)

Grace R (Vice Captain)

 

DONALDSON

Lucy (House Captain)

Abby (Vice Captain)

 

DAHL

Isabelle (House Captain)

Rhys (Vice Captain)

 

TOLKIEN

Honey (House Captain)

Harry (Vice Captain)


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