Oak class enjoyed lunch with a difference this week! We joined in with the whole school celebration of the upcoming royal wedding, with an outdoor buffet lunch. Great fun and the food was delicious!
Oak class had some of their families join them for some outdoor learning this morning. We had to read the clues to find shapes and letters hidden around the school grounds, and then record them on our clipboard.
Oak class used snack time to practise the skills they had been learning in maths. They worked with a partner to make sure each of them had half a pancake and half of the grapes. Well done Oak class, great problem solving!
Oak class enjoyed a day at the beach today. We travelled by train to Sheerness on Sea and spent some time on the beach before having a picnic lunch. As an extra treat we had an ice cream before returning to school on the train. It was a fantastic day and we are looking forward … Continue reading
Oak class have enjoyed learning about the life cycle of a butterfly, all happening in their classroom! Over the last few weeks we have watched the caterpillars changing and when we returned from the weekend we discovered 5 butterflies in the basket. It took them a little while this morning but eventually they all ventured … Continue reading
Oak class have started to see the results of the planting that they have been doing recently. We now have lettuce, cucumber, strawberry and pumpkin plants starting to grow.
Oak class explored data handling using pancakes today! We tried 3 different flavoured pancakes and then used a tally chart to record which was our favourite. We then talked about which was the most and least popular flavour. We also learnt how to count in 5’s to count bigger groups more quickly. I think we … Continue reading
Oak class had great fun joining in with our tribal challenge this morning. We completed running relays to score points for our tribe. We cant wait to find out which tribe has won!
Oak class had great fun exploring the features of fish as part of our learning project. First we used information books to find out about the features of fish, then we used real fish to identify the features. Afterwards we used what we had found out to write labels for different parts of the fish.
Oak class enjoyed a morning exploring the outdoor environment with some of our families. Different woodland activities were set up in some of our new pods and the children had great fun exploring.