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Oak Class

 

 

Oak class is a great place to be, with lots of learning opportunities and nice things to do!

 

 

 

 

 

                                            Learning, Sharing, Helping and Caring Hands in Oak Class

 

Welcome to the last term in Oak Class, we have lots of exciting things still to learn, with our focus now on independence in readiness for

moving into Ash Class in September.

 

 

Weeks 1  and 2     -   Growing

Week   3  and 4     -   Minibeasts        

Weeks 5  and 6     -   Space

 

Parents coming into school

We hope you have all enjoyed sharing just a liitle bit of the Oak Class day. All the children have really enjoyed showing you around and telling

you about all the things they like to do.

 

Show and Tell will be on Thursdays, it is really nice to see the children sharing their own work and experiences with the rest of the class. If

your child forgets to bring anything, please do not worry as we like to encourage them to share with the other children exciting news they

may have.  Please can Show andTell be just one thing, and not too big ( preferably to fit in bookbags)

 

In anticipation of warmer weather, can children bring a sunhat in everyday and apply long lasting suncream before school. Please can

they also bring a light raincoat to leave at school as we do like to be out in all weather

     

Keywords - Thank you for all the help you are giving the children with their keywords, we have started to see a great improvement in the use

of these words in their reading and writing in school. We are now starting to do joined up writing, so please encourage chiidren to do this in

their orange books.

 

Literacy - Non-fiction information about minibeasts and space; poetry; Ffction - Jack and the Beanstalk and The Hungry Caterpillar.

 

Number Fun - Doubling and halving; recording; problem solving; time

 

Communication and Language - Role play in the Baby Room, Garden Centre, the minibeast Exploring Centre and Library,  and the

Space Station

 

PE -  Football skills; dance - the Ugly Bug Ball; Walking on the Moon

 

Music - Linked to our Topics and School Values; growth songs; pitch in instruments

 

PSHE - Relationships; values  - Honesty, Responsibility, Respect and Care.

 

EAD - Recycling empty plastic milk cartons to plant holders; designing our own minibeasts and spacecraft.

 

Mindfullness - We are practising daily, breathing in and out slowly and listening to peaceful and calm music.

 

Mud Gang - Looking at things starting to grow

 

ICT - Using ICT to found out information about growth, minibeasts and space.

 

Sounds Write  - different spelling of sounds :- w and wh, tch and ch,  k, c and ck

Capital letters, letter names and joined handwriting

 

UW -Growth and change - babies, seeds and tadpoles; planting beans, sunflower seeds, tomato plants;  understanding habitats - bug hotel in

wood area; undersatnding the contrasting enviroment of space, movements of planets around the sun, the looking at the moon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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