Welcome to Oak 2
Autumn term 2
This term's theme is Celebrations and healthy eating. Children will learn about various celebrations such as Bonfire Night,Diwali, Remembrance Day or Christmas and find out more about healthy foods and healthy eating habits. They will also learn how to relate present to past experiences by recognising similarities of differences between people or events from today and from more distant past.
We look forward to sharing what your child has been learning this term so please check the class page for updates.
Mrs Lucaciu, Ms Oriade and Ms Lewis.
Autumn term 1
Children in Oak 2 have settled well back into school and class routine in the new academic year.
Staff in Oak 2 are looking forward to support your child's learning this year: Mrs Lucaciu, Mrs Lewis and Ms. Oriade.
Our theme for this term is ALL ABOUT ME, we will be learning about what makes us special, the children will also learn to identify own feelings and other people's feelings and that everyone is unique and special in their own way. We asked the children about who is in their family, who lives in their house and reminded them that family is not ONLY who lives with them. It includes grandparents, a Mom or Dad who may live in a different house, etc.
PE in Oak 2 is on Wednesday and it is taking place outside so please make sure that your child has suitable footwear (trainers) and tracksuit bottoms as well as shorts. They should come into school dressed in their PE kit.
We have snack time after break so a healthy snacks can be sent in - fruit, cereal bars, etc. and they should bring in a named bottle of water.
Reading books will be given out on Friday and will be changed the following Monday. Please read with your child, then write a comment and sign your child's reading record please. You can also continue to use the Reading eggs app to support your child's reading at home. Please let us know if you need support with this or need a reminder of your child's login details.
Homework projects will be available on this page.
Please ensure your child's property is clearly named.