Oak Class

Oak Class is home to our Year 2,3 and 4 children and is taught by Miss Cameron with support from Ms Sloane, Miss Vandepeear and Mrs Murdoch. 

As part of the whole school topic on the UK, this half term we will be learning all about land use within the UK and creating our own sketch maps of our local areas. We will be learning about different types of settlement as well as different types of farming within the UK. 


We will be enhancing our learning about different types of settlements by reading the following texts in our English lessons:

A Walk in London: Amazon.co.uk: Rubbino, Salvatore, Rubbino, Salvatore:  9781406337792: Books

Small in the City: Amazon.co.uk: Smith, Sydney: 9780823442614: Books


Oak Class PE is on a Wednesday afternoon. Children should come to school dressed in their PE kit each Wednesday.

Spellings are on a Monday morning. Children should ensure they have their red spelling book with them each Monday. Spelling practice activities can be found here: spelling activity ideas or accessed online the Purple Mash website.

Reading books can be changed every day, as long as a comment is recorded in reading records by the child or their adult at home.

Children can practise their times tables at home by accessing the Times Tables Rockstars website.

More information about home learning expectations can be found here: Home learning ideas

Horrible Histories

Oak Class have been really enjoying learning all about different monarchs throughout Britain’s history. Our learning has been brought to life by the fantastic songs and videos created by Horrible Histories. These songs have been stuck in our heads for days and are helping the children to remember crucial historical facts. Here are our favourites:

Useful Websites

  Your School Games - BBC BitesizeTwinkl Visual Communication Cards | Waiting Roomtopmarks | Renishaw Primary School DKfindout! A free online encyclopedia for children - YouTube