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Oak Class Blog 2018-19

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  • Getting Ready . . .

    Published 08/12/18, by Ruth Stack
    The season of Advent is upon us and in Oak Class preparations have already begun for Christmas treats including our Nativity Worship next Thursday. We look forward to showing you our version of the Christmas Story. In English this week we have con
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  • Fantastic Finish

    Published 03/12/18, by Ruth Stack

    Thank you to all those of you who were able to come along and see Y1's Fantastic finish today. The children really enjoyed performing their Gruffalo dances for you. 

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  • WANTED!!

    Published 23/11/18, by Ruth Stack

    Wanted: Sticks please! Next week in Y1 we are hoping to make things using sticks. Please could you have a look for straight ones and Y shaped ones and bring them in to Miss Chandler next week. No spiky or sharp ones please.

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  • What a fun week!

    Published 17/11/18, by Ruth Stack
    There has been lots of excitement in Oak Class this last week starting on Monday with a letter from the witch wondering where the naughty dragon from Room on the Broom had got to. This led the children to think about creating ‘wanted’&nbs
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  • Remembering

    Published 10/11/18, by Ruth Stack
    On Friday we all went outside to look at our school poppies and to remember the people who have died in the Wars. After a prayer we had a minutes' silence and the children were very thoughtful and respectful. We talked in class about why it was i
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  • Brilliant Bouncing!

    Published 03/11/18, by Ruth Stack
    We had some very excited children in Oak Class once they saw a giant bouncy castle in our school hall on Friday. They predicted how many bounces they would do in a minute and most children whizzed past their expectations. They can bounce! Hopefu
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  • Happy Half Term

    Published 19/10/18, by Ruth Stack
    Thank you to all those of you who were able to attend parents' evenings this week; it was really good to see so many of you. Hopefully you had a chance to look through the books too to see what the children have been getting up to this
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  • Sowing the seeds . .

    Published 13/10/18, by Ruth Stack
    In English this week the children have continued to practise their story telling skills and come up with some great ideas for stories of their own. We look forward to using these plans to help the children write some great stories next week. 
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  • The Learning Journey goes on . . .

    Published 06/10/18, by Ruth Stack
    When we think about the children's learning in our school we think of ourselves as being on a Learning Journey and we try and ensure that the children are taught all the skills and knowledge that they will need to equip them for the journey ahead
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  • Superworm is Super Strong!

    Published 29/09/18, by Ruth Stack
    We have moved on to the story of ‘Superworm’ this week in English. This has given us lots of opportunities to go looking for different minibeasts and describe them to others. We found spiders, snails, bees and a real frog outside thi
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  • This week in Oak Class...

    Published 22/09/18, by Ruth Stack
    Oak Class did a great job of singing their 'Thank You' song in the Harvest Festival on Wednesday. It was good to see so many parents there. Thank you to all those of you who came to help us walk down to St. Wilfrid’s and back. We hav
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  • A terrific take off with the Gruffalo!

    Published 14/09/18, by Ruth Stack
    It was really exciting going on a hunt to find all the missing bits of our Gruffalo! We got to explore the nature area which was really fun. We spotted a logpile house for the snake and maybe even a fox! It has inspired more story telling, story maps
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