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Here you will find all the information you need to keep you updated with Oak Class. It is going to be a busy and exciting term! Mr Hukin has been busy over the Christmas break preparing for lots of varied, interesting and active learning to begin 2020.
This term we will be focusing on measures, ratio and fractions in Maths.
In English, we will be writing narrative stories and balanced arguments. Our narrative work will be based on the book 'The White Horse of Zennor by Michael Morpurgo.
Our topic this term is The English Civil War. In Science, we will be studying animals and their habitats.
In Religious Education, we will be considering how being a Christian affects how a person lives their life and interacts with others.
All children have homework set on a Friday, this is to be back by the following Wednesday. Spellings for the week will go home on Monday and will be tested on Friday mornings.
We have PE every Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Please ensure your child has the correct (weather appropriate) PE kit. Unless the weather makes an activity unsafe, PE lessons will be conducted outside.
A newsletter will be sent out every Friday afternoon with news and notices. If you have any questions/problems please come and see me before or after school, or we can arrange a meeting.
On Monday 7th October, Year 5 took part in Lincolnshire Day at The Lincolnshire Showground. We took part in a variety of activities hosted by local groups and companies.
We learned golf and rugby skills. We discovered how sand dunes are created and eggs are sorted. We arranged flowers which we were able to take home. We made our own cheese using fresh milk; and baked muffins which we were able to take home and eat.
This week in Science we have been investigating reversible and irreversible change.
We discovered what happens if you mix bicarbonate of soda and vinegar.
We then looked closely at glowsticks and thought about why we have to bend them to make them glow - what is actually happening?