Welcome to Oak Class (Year 6) Web Page
Who are the staff in Class 6?
Mr Neal – teacher
Mrs Gill – teaching assistant
What does the day look like?
Please click on the link to view our timetable
Weekly-Timetable.pdf (21 downloads)
What does the Curriculum in Oak Class look like?
Term Three – Blood Heart
In term three we shall be scrutinising the human body under the microscope. Starting off with the dissection of a heart we will explore how the various systems within the body carry out their complicated roles in order to keep us healthy and fit. We will explore the need for a healthy lifestyle and investigate the impact of exercise on our hearts. Using our growing knowledge of the human body will shall be reading Pig Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman and explore both the physical and emotional journey of Cameron as he finds himself having to make a tough decision.
Term Two – Frozen Kingdoms
In term two we shall be wrapping up warm and heading in to the frozen landscapes that cover our planet. Exploring both the Arctic and Antarctic regions, we will examine the varied and determined life that exists in these remote regions. Our English text this term, Shackleton’s Journey, will show us how humans respond to these chilly conditions and we will also be studying the tragic maiden voyage of the Titanic.
Yearly-Overview.pdf (54 downloads)
Term One – A Child’s War
This term we shall be studying the impact of World War Two on the lives of those who lived through it, using the fantastic novel Goodnight Mr Tom by Michelle Magorian for inspiration.
We shall be exploring these questions:
Why were children evacuated? What was it like to be separated from your family? What was rationing? What protection did they have against air raids?
What are the homework expectations in Oak Class?
Ideas-for-Homework-A-Childs-War.pdf (33 downloads)
Ideas-for-Homework-Frozen-Kingdom.pdf (0 downloads)
Ideas-for-Homework-Blood-Heart.pdf (1 download)
Homework: Pupils are expected to complete their set MyMaths homework and read for at least 30 mins every evening. Please complete and sign reading records each night. Pupils homework projects will be displayed as part of the express section at the end of the unit of work. Pupils can choose whether to present their homework as written work, ICT or something creative. If pupils decide to choose something creative such as a painting then they should choose either written work or I.C.T. for their next homework project so that they are using different skills throughout the year.
What are the behaviour expectations in Oak Class?
In Oak class we follow the 5 B’s.
Be Kind and gentle
Be the best you can
In PSHE we have been thinking about feelings and emotions and how these impact on our behaviour. We have been using The Zones of Regulation to describe and discuss our emotions. Please follow the links for more information.
Reproducible-A.pdf (134 downloads)
Reproducible-B.pdf (133 downloads)
Reproducible-E.pdf (123 downloads)
Useful websites and Apps
Term-1-Newsletter.pdf (37 downloads)