Our teacher is Mr Ward.

Welcome To Our Class

Oak is a fantastic class to be part of. Y6 is a busy year which requires a lot of hard work and resilience. There is a great team of staff who are committed to helping the children achieve their best and be well prepared for the next stage of their education.

Organisational Information

Monday Reading & TTRS
Century learning
Bring in book
& diary.
Diary check &
book change
Bring in bottle &
change of shoes.
Tuesday Reading & TTRS
Century learning
Bring in book
& diary.
Wednesday Reading & TTRS
Century learning
Bring in book
& diary.
ThursdayBring in CGP book.
Bring in book
& diary.
FridayCGP pages and
Century Nuggets set
Bring in book
& diary.
Word count &
book change.
Outdoor PE.
Wear PE kit to

Key Dates For Our Class This Term

WeekThemes and events
1st NovemberScience
Tuesday – school photos
Friday – Mental Health Support Team in school
8th NovemberRE
Thursday – Remembrance Day
15th NovemberArt
Anti-bullying Week
22nd NovemberDT
29th NovemberDT
6th DecemberMusic
13th DecemberMusic
Wednesday – Trip to the Panto
Thursday – Christmas Lunch/ Christmas Jumper Day
Friday – Last day of term

Autumn Term 1

Topic: Oh no it isn’t!

This term the whole school will be working towards putting on a pantomine ready for Christmas. We will study all elements of how to put on a great show from designing great costumes and sets; studying play scripts to rehearsing lines and songs.

Week One – Science

To understand the idea that light travels in straight lines

To explain that objects are seen because they give out or reflect light into the eye

To explain why shadows have the same shape as the objects that cast them.


Week Two – RE

To understand what we can learn by reflecting on words of wisdom from religions and world views.  

To know what sacred texts and other sources say about God, the world and human life.


Week Three –  Art

To be able to draw familiar things from different viewpoints.

To be able to draw the effect of light on objects and people from different directions.

To be able to use a wide range of techniques in paintings.

To use with increasing accuracy tone, tint, shade, mood and hue in paintings.

To be able to explore the texture in colour.

To be able to use colour for a purpose.

To be able to use colour to express feelings.

To be able to explain what their own painting style is.

To be able to include technical aspects in their work, e.g. architectural design.

To be able to discuss and evaluate own work and that of other sculptures.

To use sketch books which contain detailed notes and quotes explaining about items.

To be able to give feedback to peers based on the knowledge covered in that project.


Week Four & Five – DT

To justify why specific materials have been selected.

To work within a budget.

To evaluate whether product meets all the design criteria.


Week Six & Seven – Music

To sing songs in two or more parts from memory, with accuracy, control and expression.

To work as a group to perform a piece of music, adjusting dynamics and pitch.

To perform a solo or take a leadership role within a performance




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  • Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Net-aware (support for parents and carers from the NSPCC)

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