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We've been soldiering on in Oak this week, there have been many bugs about but the children have continued to work when they can. With so much rain at the moment please encourage your child to remember the appropriate clothing.



In English the children finished learning and retelling one of the adventures of Robin Hood - the golden arrow. After visiting the Watermill so see Robin Hood they have been inspired ti learn more about him and a bit of bit of the history for that period. This coming week they will use 'The Golden Arrow' story as a template to create their own Robin Hood adventure.


In maths Oak Class have completed some work on fractions, linking it to their understanding of division. Using language like numerator, denominator and understanding that fractions of a whole must be equal in size. 


We have also completed some work multiplying and dividing by ten. Please don't talk about 'adding a zero' when you multiply by ten as it does not work in all situations. Get them to explain to you what they have learnt.


Well done to Bethany for taking home our fluffy dinosaur, Yoshi!


Just a few helpful notes:

P.E - Monday afternoons (Real PE) and Wednesday mornings, please remember kits and hairbands.

Homework - This will be another project based study - this half term will have a computing and science focus. However, the children can still complete another Pre-history piece of homework if they choose.

Doodle maths: 40 - 70 stars a week.

Reading - Five sessions a week at least please.

Spellings - Friday mornings.

Times tables- Friday mornings.

School planners - Arrived and have been handed out to all of the children. Three spaces for them to practice their spelling (minimum) and a week starting on the Friday (the day the books return home) to record your time reading together.


World War One trench models

Homework - now available to download


Reading -  At least five times a week and reading is always king, if you have not got enough time for homework please put reading as a priority. Enjoy listening, reading to and most importantly taking about what you like in the story with your child, a good conversation really helps them to understand what they have read.


Topic - This term's topic has a historical and science focus, the letter was sent out 21/9 and is available at the bottom of this page.


Spelling  -  suffixes ist (nouns) or est (adjectives)

finest  loudest  bravest  fastest  shortest

artist  chemist  scientist  dentist  pianist


+ two bonus words that use these endings for extra team points





Tables - every Friday morning and returned to the children Monday - to allow for marking time.

Good homework examples

A trip to Sandham Memorial Chapel