Upper Kindergarten Foxes have been busy working hard at home. Learning about mini-beast, they have been searching for some outside, painting their own and also making fruit versions! Keep up the good work, Foxes!
We have loved seeing what our Reception Robins have been getting up to at home. Well done for working so hard Robins!
With the help of Mrs Rathbone, the pupils of Oaklands School have put together this incredible Isolation Song to spread a little cheer! We can’t wait to have you all back.
Upper Kindergarten Rabbits have been looking at mini-beasts for week 3 of their home school learning! They all took part in lots of mini-beast inspired activities, and some even enjoyed getting out into nature and seeing if they could spot any themselves. It was great so see all different sorts…
We are so impressed with how pupils have been conducting their Science work from home. After completing experiments, Year 5 took photographic evidence and put the whole thing into very detailed powerpoints. You can find examples of Bebe’s and Rianas’s fantastic work below.
We have loved seeing what our Reception Owls have been getting up to at home. From making their own pizza and bird feeders to exercising and taking zoom lessons, they haven’t stopped!
We have received some wonderful snapshots of our Reception Woodpeckers hard at work over the past week. From working on number bonds to making bird feeders , we are delighted with the effort that both pupils and parents have been putting in to achieve these incredible results.
In preparation for the VE Day anniversary, Year 5 have been looking at the work of Alan Turing, a WW2 code-breaker. Pupils were given codes to decipher and then got creative by creating their own cipher!
Read our April Headmistress’s Letters, filled with useful information about home learning going forward.
A big thank you for all your support during the last week of term when we first started to implement our programme of home learning for all children across the Oak-Tree Group of Schools. We were very grateful of how you embraced this new way of learning and for working…