The Library is currently closed due to COVID19 restrictions.
Spelling tests will be done online via Google classrooms. Each test will have a deadline for the test to be completed by.
Times tables will be tested on Fridays.
PE is on Friday, please come to school wearing PE kit.
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Oak Class will be learning about the changing role of the monarchy in our History lessons and considering how Kings and Queens have used their royal powers. In Science, we will begin by thinking about how plants and animals are classified and grouped. We will also learn how species have adapted to suit their environment. Some of our reading texts in English will be loosely based on animals, starting with the classic text 'The Wind in the Willows', by Kenneth Grahame.
After half-term, we will learn about the work of Charles Darwin and Mary Anning. We will find out more about Darwin's theories of evolution and Anning's discoveries and studies of fossils. In Geography, our focus will move to volcanoes and other natural disasters, with a Geography study on Indonesia. Our DT will be loosely linked to this theme, as we consider how to construct sturdy emergency shelters.
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Events Archives 2018-2019
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Last term, we found out all about the amazing sightseeing opportunities there are in China. Using our English skills, we wrote to persuade people to spend their holidays in China. We then used our computing skills to publish our writing as a leaflet.
Click here to read Grace and Aaron's leaflet. Have they persuaded you to visit China?