Autumn Term 2019
There is a lot in store for Oak Class this term – click on the link to find out more:
What a fabulous start to the new school year – a trip to Cadbury World!
A lot of chocolate was eaten! But we also learnt all about the history and manufacturing process as well.
Forest School is as popular as ever – we have already enjoyed becoming engineers, constructing trebuchets from natural materials:
and using OS maps to find and follow bearings:
Spring Term 2019
In the Spring Oak Class will be looking at algorithms, learning about marriage and civil partnerships, telling the time in Spanish and finding out about Jane Goodall’s fascinating work with chimpanzees amongst many other things – Spring Term Oak 2019
– Keeping our lovely surroundings tidy –
Autumn Term 2018
What an Autumn term! Charles Darwin has been a focal point, we have studied negative and prime numbers, visited Bristol Zoo, had a go at printing and clay work in art and composed and performed our own music. For more information follow the link: Autumn Term Oak 2018
Curriculum overview for the Spring Term in Oak Class
Curriculum overview for this year in Oak Class
Wednesday 9th March 2016
It’s not every day that a portal opens in the space time continuum but when it does, it’s jolly lucky that it should open at the period in history you are studying! So it was that on Wednesday morning, just as we were discussing biographies, the classroom door swung open and in strode, large as life, Florence Nightingale – The Lady with the Lamp!
The children were enthralled as she regaled them with tales of her time in the Crimean peninsula and described, in much detail, the vile conditions she discovered in the military hospitals there. As she spoke, the children took notes furiously, knowing that they would surely be useful later!
Miss Nightingale stayed with us for over half an hour before the tremors in space-time called her back to the nineteenth century.
Wednesday 20th January 2016
Oak Class are now fully fledged journalists after completing a highly exciting workshop with Editor in Chief, Toby Murcott. The children investigated and reported on the Crimean War. The reports were scrutinised by the Editor and all the children managed to submit their reports by the deadline thus keeping their jobs!
Wednesday 18th November
Hi5 Netball Small Schools Event at Weobley High School