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Smiling, Caring and Learning Together on a Journey with God

Oak Class Blog 2018-19

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  • Exciting times in Oak Class

    Published 29/06/19, by Admin

    What an exciting couple of weeks we've had in Oak Class. Last week the children had an interesting time visiting the Museum. Although we didn't make it to the beach that day in the end we have made up for it this week by bringing the sea to to our classroom through all sorts of art work.

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  • Oh we do like to be beside the seaside!

    Published 08/06/19, by Admin

    This week saw the introduction of our new Learning theme - The Seaside.

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  • Asking questions to find out more

    Published 10/05/19, by Admin

    If you check your child's bookbag tonight you will find a questionnaire that they have made for you to complete. They have thought of questions to find out more about the toys you had when you were young. Please could you have a look at these and tell your child the answers. If you write them down your child can bring them back to school to share with the rest of us.

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  • Now we are six (or nearly!)

    Published 05/05/19, by Admin

    Thank you for sending in all the photos of your children as babies. It was really interesting to see how everyone had changed and think about what we can do now and what kinds of things we did as babies. Hopefully it gave you a chance to reminisce with your child about when they were younger too.

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  • A Class of Experts

    Published 23/03/19, by Admin

    It was great to have so many of you joining in with our Expressive Arts and Design activities on Wednesday afternoon. Oak Class love any excuse to be creative and really enjoyed the range of activities that were on offer. They are looking forward to seeing you again next Tuesday for our Fantastic Finish when they will have the opportunity to show off some of the work they are particularly proud of from this term.

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  • Riddles and Red Noses . . .

    Published 16/03/19, by Admin

    The children enjoyed a very funny worship for Red Nose Day as each class shared their best joke with the rest of the school. We had some interesting contenders. Here are three of our funniest:

    "Why did the boy throw the butter out of the window?" 

    "He wanted to see the butterfly!" - Max.

    "What do you get if you mix a helicopter with a jelly?" - "A Jelllycopter!" - Emma.

    "Knock knock" "Who's there?" "Granny" "Granny who?"

    "Knock knock" "Who's there?" "Granny" "Granny who?"

    "Knock knock" "Who's there?" "Aunt",

    "Aunt who?" "Aren't you glad I got rid of all those Grannies!" - Francesca.

    Thank you for supporting this special day. 

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  • Making and Creating in Oak Class

    Published 10/03/19, by Admin

    Thank you to all those who came and joined us for our class Worship on Tuesday. Despite a few nerves and some shyness the children did their best to share the story of Prodigal Son and the message of God's forgiveness. 

    Thank you also for helping to prepare the children for World Book Day. There were some imaginative and thoughtful outfits and the children really enjoyed writing and sharing their own books on the day. Thank you for your support. Hopefully you will have found your child's Book Day voucher in their book bag and will have fun choosing a book together.

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  • Getting ready . . .

    Published 03/03/19, by Admin

    The children have been preparing their Class Worship this week and welcome you all to come and join us on Tuesday morning to share in this special worship. Hopefully you received the invitation your child made for you. Your child may have also brought home their line to practise (on bright yellow paper), thank you for your support getting them ready. Some children are actors or are reading out their work instead so don't worry if your child doesn't have a line; they will still have an important role to play.

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  • Finding out, and thinking about, Wildlife and Feelings

    Published 10/02/19, by Admin

    The children of Oak Class had an exciting time on Wednesday when our RSPB visitors took us outside to find out more about the wildlife we have on our doorstep at Nyewood CE Infant School

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  • Fun in the Snow

    Published 01/02/19, by Admin

    "We went outside to build a snow family." Esme.

    "We played in the snow." Grace.

    "This is the first time I've ever made a snowman!" Beth.

    The children of Oak Class had a great time in the snow and worked together really well to complete not just one snowman but an entire family of snowpeople!


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  • Becoming Animal Experts

    Published 20/01/19, by Admin

    We have been doing lots of fact finding and research into different animals this week in Oak Class. We have been particularly focussing on foxes and found out many interesting things about them.

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  • Amazing Animals

    Published 12/01/19, by Admin

    Oak Class loved meeting lots of different animals on Monday when Heather from Zoo Lab came to visit and introduced them to her pets! The children have been keen to tell me about their experiences and produced some informative writing about their experiences. The children had the opportunity to touch the animals and apparently the snake felt like "plastic" rather than slimey as some had expected. The giant African land snail was, however, very slimey and could, "Grow as big as a football!" A lot of the children thought the guinea-pig, Perry, was very, "Cute and fluffy" and also the spider, a tarantula who stayed in its box, was fluffy and could flick up its hair. There was also a cockroach who, "Tickled you" when you held it.  The children learnt whether these animals were minibeasts or had a backbone instead. They were also introduced to the terms; herbivore, omnivore, and carnivore and had to decide which of these each animals was which, once Heather had told them what they ate. It has been a brilliant introduction to our science topic of ‘Animals’ and will really help the children as they learn to sort and classify animals for themselves. 




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