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Welcome to Oak Class!



Mrs Hanson - Teacher



I am the Oak Class teacher and together with Ms Smart we aim to create a stimulating and inviting environment for your children to explore and learn in. 


Welcome to Oak Class! My name is Mrs Hanson and I am the Oak Class Teacher.


In Oak Class we will be building on the work and learning that your child has already done in lots of interesting and exciting ways.  Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.


Our class email address is  -



Tuesday 6th June


Good morning everyone! 


I hope you all enjoyed your half term break and feel well rested. We spent half term catching up with friends and family. We did quite a bit of walking and lots of eating! 


As the weather continues to be so much warmer some of the children may need suntan lotion. Could we ask where possible this is put on to the children before school? 


Also can we please ask that all cardigans and jumpers have their names in them. We currently have bags of jumpers and cardigans of all sizes in the library that don't have names on them.


As always please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any concerns or queries.


 Year 2 children will continue to go to Hawthorne with their classmates for maths. Miss Barnes and Mrs Lee will be going to support them. Please see Hawthorne's class page for their learning objectives


Year 1 will be

  • looking at adding by bridging 10 using number bonds
  • adding and deciding whether or not the addition will bridge 10
  • bridging a 10s number on a number grid using number bonds



We are starting a new story! The Bee Who Spoke is a delightful story about a Parisian girl called Belle who holidays with her family in the countryside, which she explores on the bicycle that belonged to her mother when she was a girl. Following a minor accident, she feels lost as she realises that she doesn’t know the countryside the way she does her home in the city. She is rescued by a talking bee. The two share a remarkable adventure discovering the plants and animals that surround them, and Belle is amazed to learn just how nature works in harmony, whether in the countryside or the city.


This week we will be

  • responding to illustrations
  • responding to the poem Five Minutes at the Window
  • exploring the character of Belle and what she might be like
  • investigating a setting

Louis dressed up like Halibut Jackson blending into the background, Great job Louis!

A little information about Oak Class


Oak Class drop off time starts from 8:45am to 8:55am for a prompt start to the day.

Oak Class collection time is 3:30pm  

The children will come and leave school from the main entrance next to the office and walk through school to our classroom

We will l be continuing to encourage your children to wash their hands more regularly.


Our break times are:

Breaktimes: 10.00am - 10.15am and  2.15pm - 2.30pm

Lunch: 12.00pm - 12.30pm outside and 12.30pm - 1.00pm eating lunch.

All of these things will be explained carefully to the children when they come in.


Homework will be sent home on Friday to be returned no later than Tuesday. The activities that we send are designed to support the learning that has been done in class during the week. Your children will need support to complete them.


Spellings will be sent home on Wednesday for the test the following Wednesday. 


PE is on Tuesday with coach Leon and a second session will be on Friday. We are asking you to send your children in on PE days in their PE kit as getting changed can cause lots of lost clothes issues! Please can you make sure all items of clothing, especially jumpers, cardigans and coats are named.