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Welcome to Oak Class!


Hello! Welcome to Oak!  We are the Year 3 and Year 4 children of the Key Stage 2 class.  We enjoy learning in a variety of ways and work hard together, being respectful of, and celebrating, each other's similarities and differences.  We are buzzing with ideas and have confidence to share them.  We share an 'I CAN' attitude and put our mind to all that we do, even when things seem tough!  

 

 

 

Counting leaves and measuring growth: do tomato plants grow better indoors?

Counting leaves and measuring growth: do tomato plants grow better indoors?  1

Maths with 'manipulatives'! Moving objects around can help us to understand calculations better.

Maths with 'manipulatives'! Moving objects around can help us to understand calculations better.  1 Dividing using the place value grid and counters
Maths with 'manipulatives'! Moving objects around can help us to understand calculations better.  2 "I love doing this," someone said!

William's Play

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Listen carefully to this clever play by William - how many mouse facts did he manage to include?
It's MARVELOUS!

Sharing our home-based projects: what a variety! Thank you and well done to all who shared their work.

A lantern for Winter Peace

 

Excellent Enquirer!  angel

 

There was a super question today from Oak class to kick off our new science topic: Into the Light.

 

Toby asked, "what is a ray of light?"

 

Can you research to find an answer?

Oak scientists from the Mountain Rescue Team question and test the best way to turn mountain ice into safe drinking water!

You will see a lot of our 'afternoon' work through Ash Class' page!  Click on this link to the Topic page to find our more about what we do!

Researching Rio 2016

Researching Rio 2016 1 Busy researching!
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Researching Rio 2016 3
Researching Rio 2016 4 Tea break!
Researching Rio 2016 5
Researching Rio 2016 6
Researching Rio 2016 7 Refuelling!
We are Olympic ready in Oak class! We are carrying out our own research projects based around the Olympics. Lots of interesting facts and information! 
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