Welcome to Oak Class

Mr Powell (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday)

Ms Heath (Thursday)

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Homework

20/02/2017

English homework-Create compound or complex sentences using either fanboys or wasabi.

Please remember to read regularly at home and put a comment in your child's reading record.

27/02/2017

Maths homework-complete one page of the Mental Arithmetic homework book and to be given in by Wednesday.

Please remember to read regularly at home and put a comment in your child's reading record

06/03/2017

English homework-research a topic of your own at home (using reference books or the internet), and produce a non-chronological report about the chosen subject.

Please remember to read regularly at home and put a comment in your child's reading record.

13/03/2017

Maths homework-complete one page of the Mental Arithmetic homework book and to be given in by Wednesday.

Please remember to read regularly at home and put a comment in your child's reading record

20/03/2017

English homework-write a poem linked to Ancient Egypt. Decide on the structure of you're poem, ensuring that it is factually accurate.

Please remember to read regularly at home and put a comment in your child's reading record.

27/03/2017

Maths homework-complete one page of the Mental Arithmetic homework book and to be given in by Wednesday.

Please remember to read regularly at home and put a comment in your child's reading record

English

Sherlock Holmes books will be the focus for the Spring termlets. The children will be asked to use their detective skills to identify who the criminals are. The children will then be asked to write in the style of Sir Conan Doyle.

Mathematics

How can you divide numbers using a written method?
What does a remainder mean?
What do the terms mean, mode and median mean?
How can you collect data?

Science and Computing

Science - What does Earth orbit?
How many planets make up the Milky Way?
Which planet would you like to visit most and why?
Computing –
Our aim is to design an Egyptian computer game.
What computer games do you like to play at home?
What do you know about coding?

Creative Development

Art –What is a sarcophagus? How can we create one in the class?
DT –What ingredients did the Egyptians use in their cooking and which foods are still eaten today?
Music – Can you sing the chorus of our Amazing Egyptians song? Compose and create music

PE & PSEE

PE – Children will create and perform their own Nile dance. To be performed to parents on the afternoon of 9th March (3 o’clock)
PSEE –Children will be asked to set their own personal goals to aim towards, and understand what they are good at.

Humanities

History and Geography-
Who were the Egyptians? Why was the Nile so important to this civilisation? Who was Howard Carter and why is he famous.? What was life like for ordinary Egyptians? What was mummification?

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Class Timetable

TimeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
School Begins
Session 1 English English English English English
Break
Session 2 Maths Maths Maths Maths Maths
Lunch
Session 3 Science Topic Computing French/R.E. R.E.
Break (KS1 Only)
Session 4 Science Art/D/T Topic P.E. P.E.
School Ends