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Oak Class - YR and Y1

Welcome to Oak Class!

Week beginning 6th July

Wowee is it really July already!? 

I am still missing you all lots and it was lovely to talk to some of you again in class over video! I can't believe how much you've grown!

Below is the home learning grid and challenge of the week for this week. Again- have fun and I'm looking forward to finding out what you get up to this week. laugh

Week beginning 29th June

Hi Oak class, I am still missing you lots! More of you are going back to school this week and I know Mrs Parkinson and Mrs Jenner-Dyer are excited to see you. 

Below is the home learning grid and challenge of the week for this week for those of you who are still learning from home. HAVE FUN! 

Return to School Story for Oak A - Mrs Parkinson looks forward to seeing those of you who are returning!

Here is a lovely story suitable for Oak class which talks about Coronavirus all about Dave the dog who is a little worried about everything that is happening. 


I am really missing you all and I'm sure you're missing each other too. So I have set up a class blog on Purple Mash. You can access it from the home screen > Sharing (tab along the top) > Shared Blogs > Oak class in isolation! I have added a Ringo story which you can comment on and you can add your own stories too, you will need an adult to help get you started. I am looking forward to reading what you have been up to! 

When using Oxford Owl, follow the link to Browse the Library, then select Levels > Book Band to select the appropriate books for your child. If your child is reading well, feel free to try the next Book Band.

In our phonics lessons, children regularly enjoy the flashcards feature and the many games available on Phonics Play. Access to this is now free with the username: march20 password: home

Charanga Music at home

On Friday afternoons Oak class LOVE their music sessions! They can now access Charanga music at home. They all have their own log ins.

Username: 2436 (+first 3 letters of their first name followed by first 3 letters of their surname)

Password: oak1 


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Blackberry picking in the woods and making blackberry and apple crumble

On Thursday we went into the woods and picked some juicy blackberries. We all had great fun! Back in class we did some big counting, we counted out 100 and then used that to estimate that we had picked around 700 blackberries! We also picked some apples (with Mrs Harrod's help!). Then on Friday morning we had a lovely morning using our freshly picked ingredients to make blackberry and apple crumble. They smelt delicious! Please enjoy the pictures below. 

JOLLY SONGS A-Z(from the big book JOLLY SONGS) (1).mp4

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Jolly Phonics Phase Three.mp4

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Jolly Phonics Vowels.mp4

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Jolly Phonics Letter Sounds (British English).mp4

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