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Year 6 - Oak Class

Welcome to the Oak Class Page

We hope you have had a lovely break over Easter and you have managed to have a nice break. We are looking forward to seeing you all back in for your final summer term.

School Day Reminders

* The school day for Oak Class begins at 8:45 am and ends at 3:30 pm.

* PE is on Monday and Thursday: Your child will get changed at school. Please dress appropriately for the weather, no football kits. Children will have to miss the session if kit has been forgotten.

Polite reminder: no nut products to be brought into school for lunch or snack.

Dates for Your Diary

Monday 3rd June- School reopens

Wednesday 5th June- Puberty Talk

Monday 17th June-19th June- Robinwood

Thursday 20th June- Trip to the Cathedral

Friday 28th June- Summer Fair/ Mock Magistrates Trial

Wednesday 10th July- Passport Day

Thursday 11th July- Year 6 Treat Day

Monday 15th July- Year 6 Production- 6pm

Wednesday 17th July- Year 6 Production- 7pm

Thursday 18th July- Non-competitive Sports Day

Friday 19th July- Year 6 Leavers Service at Christ Church- school closes for summer. 



A reminder about online safety:

If you are online, don’t forget to be safe and savvy! 

Never give personal information to anyone! Think about the safety of what you are sharing or posting if you are online or on your phone.

Do not share your school log-ins or change your log-in details. We won’t ask you to do that.

Make sure you are accessing online material that is relevant for your age and tell an adult at home if you come across something that is not suitable for you, or if someone is trying to contact/talk to you that is not someone you know.

You can contact your teacher through Seesaw if you feel vulnerable or worried, or contact Childline 0800 1111.

Useful reminders about Online Safety are at Thinkuknow.co.uk 

Please find below some information which you will hopefully find useful during the first half of the autumn term: please look at the curriculum section of our website to view more information about our curriculum.

Year 6 - Oak Class Curriculum

Curriculum News


We will be reading a book by Louis Sachar called 'Holes' which is about a boy called Stanley Yelnats' whose family has a history of bad luck going back generations, so he is not too surprised when a miscarriage of justice sends him to Camp Green Lake Juvenile Detention Centre. We will also be rehearsing a production which we will be sharing with the parents in the last week of term called ‘Pirates of the Curry Bean’.



The children have completed the spellings for this year. Children need to practice their lines for the play.


In our SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) lessons, we will:

Link SPAG with our Power of Reading Book- Holes.

To revise parenthesis
To revise colons and semi-colons
To revise synonyms
To revise subordinate clauses
To revise expanded noun phrases.


We have covered all the topics in the 'Year 6 National Curriculum' so we will do lots of flashback and revision of different topics from the Year 6 objectives. 



We will be learning about ‘Living Things and their Habitats.’

We will be learning about:

Classifying Animals
Classification Keys
Living Things and Their Habitats
Micro-Organism Investigation
Linnaeus Classification


This half term topic is 'People of Faith'.

Key Questions:

What is faith?

What does it mean for a person to have faith?

What does it mean to be a person of faith?

What motivates people of faith?

How does having faith affect people’s lives?



We will be focusing on the topic of 'Being My Best'.

Five ways to wellbeing.

Identify aspirational goals.

Identify risk factors.


I look great.

Media manipulation.



We will be learning about 'What did the Greeks do for us?’

Below is an overview of the topic:

· Who were the Ancient Greeks?

· Ancient Greek Democracy.

· Ancient Greek Olympics.

· The Battle of Marathon.

· Greek Gods and Goddesses.

· The Trojan War.


PE will be on a Monday morning and I am delighted that our team of professional coaches will be leading Oak Class's PE lesson every Thursday morning. For safety reasons, long hair should be tied back for PE and earrings either removed or taped over for safety (tape is supplied by school). It would be a good idea to check the weather forecast so they can dress appropriately (no football kits allowed). Children will have to sit the session out if kit has been forgotten.



Children need to learn and practise their lines for the play.


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