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Check back here to see what has been happening in Oak Class.
Ms F Ward
Mrs S Attrill
Another busy week seems to have just flown by, with rehearsals for both the performance and the Coffee morning, District Sports, and every body changing around. The Year 6s are taking it all in their stride however and are putting together some wonderful things for you. The fun carries on with French Day on Monday!
Please could costumes start coming in, next week.
Another busy wek seems to have flown by: the children seemed to have had a wonderful time at their new schools, as they were full of stories to tell us on their return. Those students who were still her were a tremendous help to the staff and showed how mature and sensible they can be.
In between rehearsals, we have managed to squeeze in some other subjects: 'Ancient' Greek pots proved to be a challenge, but we are looking forward to painting them in time for the Art Show.
Another busy week has flown by as we have got cracking with rehearsals for our performance. We have learnt songs, practised words and made props all in preparation for the show; in between we have managed to fit in Evolution in our Science lessons!
Good luck at your new schools if you are going for a visit, next week - and please remember to bring your PE kit back here!
A reminder that you need to know your words for Monday - no scripts on stage!
It's been wonderful to have the Year 6s back this week; we really missed thme while they were away. We are so proud of how they behaved at Stubbers and weirdly, they all seem to have grown!
It's been a busy week with our intial rehearsals for our show and making the props; the dates and times are on the website and there will be a letter with more details to follow. In between, we have managed to fit in some learning about the Ancient Greeks!
We've reached the end of a very busy, yet productive week: We have been learning about how cam mechanisms are used to make things move and woprking on building a moving toy with a simple mechanism. The toys look wonderful and work beautifully. Many thanks to Mr Hodges, who came in and explained to us how cams are used in real-life, in car engines. The children are very proud of their work and we look forward to showing it to you nearer the end of term.
We have sent the PE bags home over half term; please could you make sure that they come back in after the holiday. Also, the children have been given words to practise and learn for the production.
Have a wonderful time at Stubbers!