Oak Class - Year 5 & Year 6 2023 - 2024

Miss Jones

Mrs Curzon

This autumn, Oak Class will embark on another exciting term of learning. In English we be exploring some facinating texts through which we be developing our unique writing skills. These texts are always ‘top secret’ as the mystery surrounding them can help to stimulate the children’s ideas. Using these texts as stimulus, the children will produce two final pieces of writing in the style of a dilemma narrative and a balanced arguement.

In maths we will continue using Power Maths, which is a mastery approach to the teaching of mathematics designed to strengthen and deepen understanding. The children will begin by looking at place value before moving onto enhancing their understanding of the four operations and geometry. 

In Science, we will begin the term by looking at reproduction and how this differs between plants and animals. Our religious education work will revolve around the study of creation and science. In Art this term, we will be exploring elements of design and how we design with a purpose in mind. In design and technology, we will delve into the world of structures and more specifically how bridges are designed and constructed.  Our computing topic focuses on databses and graphs and how these are used in the real world. In History, we will be exploring the Industrial Revelotion and its impact on mondern day life. Our geography topic centres on the slums of South America whilst in french we will be learning how to describe our portraits. Finally, in PSHE, the children will be focusing on the themes of families and relationships. 

Please do have a look at our comprehensive Curriculum Page on the website for more information on what your child will be learning and when.

Key Information for the autumn term:

Children should wear full uniform and black school shoes each day.

Our PE sessions will be on a Monday and a Friday.  Children are required to wear a full PE kit in school on these days only. 

Children should bring a water bottle everyday, containing fresh water for each new day. 

Children do not need to bring pencil cases or other personal items to school.

Please label all clothing and personal items to avoid the loss of property.

Homework will remain in the same format whereby new homework will be provided to the children every Tuesday. It should then be handed in every Monday. For more information, please look at our 'Home Learning' page.


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Church of England Primary School

Stocks Lane,
Nr Ellesmere,
SY12 0PG


School Administrator

Mrs J. Hordern

01948 710325


Special Educational Needs Coordinator

Miss R. Jones


Executive Headteacher

Mr Ben Crompton


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