Welcome to Oak class page
Hello there Oak Class,
Welcome to a new week of home learning and a change to our learning style. This week we will be beginning our 'Live' lessons.
From today, there will be five live lessons each week and follow up work which will be shared with you on the class page of the website. As well as this, I will still be uploading the usual Oak National Academy lesson links that I would like you to complete. As before, please keep sending your work into the class email address (Oakemail@example.com) so I can see how you are getting on or message me if you have any queries.
Well done for logging into our Teams meeting on Friday and I am looking forward to seeing you this week.
Have a good week and stay safe.
Class email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home learning - Wednesday 20th January
Home Learning Answers - Wednesday 20th January
Home learning - Tuesday 19th January
Home learning - Monday 18th January
Monday 18th January Maths Answers
Home Learning Tuesday 19th January (Maths only - following on from our Live lesson)
Tuesday 19th January Maths Answers
Home learning - 15th January
Extra document for e-safety lesson - Sorry I missed this guys!
Home Learning - 14th January
Home learning - 13th January
Home Learning - 12th January
Home learning - 11th January
Extra resources for maths and science today
Please see document below for end of year expectations for our year group. This has been sent home with your child to support you in supporting your child's learning at home.
Happy Christmas Everyone
New class email address
This year, Oak class are lucky to be working with our French expert - Miss Holt.
This term we are learning about the high street including all of the shops and directions. Here are some photos of our most recent lesson where we were constructing sentences to share in a verbal discussion.
Victorian School Day
In UKS2, last week, we have had a fantastic spark day - life in a Victorian School. Coming into school in the morning, children dressed up, completely looking the part and learnt about all aspects of school life over 200 years ago. Children took part in lessons, reading, writing, arithmetic and religion (the 4R's) as well as drill, elocution lessons as well as looking at a range of primary sources from the era. This was further followed up by playing with Victorian styled toys and obviously singing 'God save the Queen'.
All of the children had a fantastic day, contributed really well and learnt lots which sets us up for our topic of 'Revolution'. Thanks for you support with the costumes.
Here are a selection of images from the day.