Oak Class 2018/19
Children in Need
The children dressed up in spots for 'Children in Need'. We took part in fundraising activities with the whole school and we learnt about what 'Children in Need' raises money for.
A cold a frosty morning!
We took our phonics lesson outside! We went on a sound hunt to find all of our 'Phase 2' sounds. We then wrote our sounds in the frost.
We had a fantastic time on the 'Life Bus' on Thursday. The children met Harold the Giraffe who is very excited about going to his grandparents’ house and they help him check he has everything in his bag including the items in his wash-bag. The children thought about what makes them happy and joined with some exercise before 'sleeping' under the starlit sky.
European Day of Languages
In Oak Class we explored Italy. We learnt some important information about Italy and looked at Italian landmarks. We then tasted some pizza and decorated our own Italian flags.
Expressive Arts & Design:
Exploring the different sounds that musical instruments make in our music sessions.
We have started to explore our new role play area. The children have been busy delivering parcels, writing letters, cutting out stamps and using the till.
We are really grateful to Mrs Woodhouse for lending us the 'Royal Mail' uniform. The children have really enjoyed dressing up.
In Oak class we were really excited to receive a delivery of animals from the story of 'Dear Zoo'. We then created our own story maps using the animals to help us remember the story.
We really enjoyed our first 'Forest Adventure' session with Mrs Rees on Friday! The children explored the garden with great interest.
I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of the new children and families who have started in Oak class this year. The children have been busy exploring the indoor and outdoor classrooms. The children are forming friendships with their peers and settling into school life really well!
Learning through play in the outdoor classroom!