Oak

Our teachers are Mrs Bray and Mrs Hemstock

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

DayHomeworkReadingOther
Monday Reading & TTRS
Century learning
Bring in book
& diary.
Bring in water bottle
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,
diary check &
book change.
PE

Key Dates For Our Class This Term

WeekThemes and events
19th FebruaryHistory theme
Thursday 22nd: The Great Project
26th FebruaryRE theme
Thursday 29th: The Great Project
4th MarchHistory theme
Friday 8th: Bikeability
11th MarchScience theme
Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th: Bikeability
18th MarchDT theme
25th MarchDT theme

Spring Term

Topic: Long, Long Ago: Time Travelling

Spring 2

Our theme of Long, Long Ago continues this half term and the children are excited to learn more about the civil war.

Week 1 – History: English Civil War

I will use a range of sources to explore the three sieges of Newark.

I will answer historically valid questions to understand the three sieges of Newark.

I will make connections overtime to develop my understanding of the three sieges of Newark.

Week 2 – RE: Christianity

I can discuss why religious believers put value on specific artefacts and images.

I know key information and understand specific vocabulary about Christianity.

I can represent key information and specific vocabulary that shows understanding about Christianity.

Week 3 – History: English Civil War

I will use a range of sources to understand how Charles II became king.

I will use a range of sources understand the changes Charles II made in Britain.

I will make connections overtime to compare the restoration period to today.

Week 4 Science:

I will know the impact of resistance on moving objects.

I will know the impact of levers on lifting objects. 

I will know the impact of pulleys on lifting objects. 

Week 5 and 6 DT: sewing

I, the technologist, will research hats worn by the cavaliers and roundheads during the Civil War era.

I, the technologist, will design a hat worn during the Civil War era that meets a design brief.

I, the technologist, will measure fabric accurately.

I, the technologist, will use templates, Tailor’s chalk and fabric scissors to accurately cut out fabric.

I, the technologist, will use a running stitch to join pieces of fabric together.

I, the technologist, will make a hat worn during the Civil War era that meets a design brief.

I, the technologist, will evaluate how successful the hat was that would be worn during the Civil War era.

E-safety

  • Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
  • 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)

Accelerated Reader

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