Miss Perkins teaches Year 1 and Year 2 in Oak Class Monday to Friday.
Mrs King, teaching assistant, supports this class of 19 children and on Thursday and Friday they are joined by the Early Years children.
On Thursdays and Fridays Miss Perkins and Mrs Fuell teach using two classrooms and an outdoor learning area.
Oak Class visit Lackford Lakes near Bury on 5th June 2018read more
This term Oak class have been finding out about materials. We have carried out surveys around school to find objects made of different materials. Then we have tested materials to find the most flexible, the bounciest and the most absorbent. We have tried hard to...read more
Thank you so much to all the parents who came along to maths day and braved the cold! We showed our mums and dads how we use the equipment to solve multiplication problems and then demonstrated drawing pictures that could help us too. Then we went outside and...read more
Some photos from our amazing trip to Harry Potter World…read more
Science week was fantastic fun! We worked hard to investigate more about things that move. We used lots of different ways to make things move - can you tell your grown up some of the ways we used? The highlight of the week was a trip down to Earl's Meadow to...read more
A huge thank you to FOCSA for supporting our theatre visit of 'The lighthouse keeper's lunch'. We really enjoyed watching the actors and joining in with the actions and songs. We will update this page with some of the children's comments very soon. After watching the...read more
In science we have been learning all about plants. Today we were looking at roots and talking about what jobs they have. We went weed hunting in Lime class's garden and found loads of weeds! We bashed the soil of them and then washed the roots so we could have a...read more
What a lovely day we had! Oak class made lots of suggestions about how we could learn about our country and its values. We voted to learn about breads of the world and Miss Perkins was sent on a mission to the supermarket to see how many different sorts of breads she...read more
We have been really focusing on spellings in Oak Class and we have been trying out some new ways of practising them - why don't you try some of these at home: Chalk on the pavement Bubble writing Dot to dot Using scrabble or bananagrams letters Rainbow...read more
Oak Class were really keen to raise money for Comic Relief, especially after our project in Kenya and seeing how far some children have to travel every day just to fetch water. After discussion with the school council we decided to hold a book sale and children and...read more