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Welcome to Oak Class

Oak is taught by Mrs Mul

supported by Mrs Duffy, Mrs Jackson, Mrs King, Mrs Larkins & Mrs White



Summer 2024

Our topic for this term is Crime and Punishment.  As part of our learning we will consider the concepts of Grace, Power and Justice by looking at changes in types of crimes committed and how punishment systems have developed.

We will continue reading our whole class text, 'Holes' - which we're really enjoying - and develop our formal letter writing skills by compiling letters of complaint!

Summer term brings warmer, sunnier days (we hope) and so this will help us to understand our science topic 'Light'. We will also look forward to playing some of our favourite PE activities including cricket, rounders and athletics - ready for Sports Day!

Key dates:

Monday 15 April -  Back to school

Wednesday 24 April, 1:30pm - Spring Concert

Monday 6 May - Bank Holiday (school closed)

Monday 13 - Thursday 16 May - Year 6 SATS

Monday 20 - Friday 25 May - Year 6 Residential Trip to PGL

Wednesday 22 May - Year 5 Dongalling (more details to follow)

Friday 24 May - Break up for half term


Monday 27 - Friday 31 May - Half term holiday

Monday 3 June - Back to school 

Tuesday 11 June - Sports Day morning

Wednesday 26 June - Transition morning (Year 6 to visit new secondary school)

Thursday 27 June - Literacy Festival event

Monday 1 - Wednesday 3 July - Year 5 residential to Bushcraft

Tuesday 2 July - District Sports

Wednesday 6 July, 6:00pm - Year 6 Leavers Show

Wednesday 17 July, 10:00am - Year 6 Leaver's Service at St Mary's Church

Friday 19 July, 1:30pm - End of term


Please wear your PE kit to school on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Don't forget to bring a water bottle, a reading book and pencil case with the super 6, everyday.



Spellings are set on Friday, to be tested the following Friday.

All other homework is also set on Friday and should be returned the following Wednesday.



It is expected that children read at least 5 times a week and record this in their reading journal. These will be checked each week.  



Every week we will learn around 10 spellings.  To practise play the games on Spelling Shed (see link below).

Welcome Back!

We hope you've all had a lovely, restful Easter break.  Our Year 6's have been right back into SATS preparation taking mocks throughout the week - which they've carried out with super positivity. 

This week we've started our new Art topic - Pop Art - and can't wait to show off our skills to you.  On Thursday we walked up to the school allotment with Willow class to help clear the site.  There was a lot of huffing and puffing as we carried various bits of wood and old hosepipes back to school! 

Easter Celebration Service

19 - 21 March

   Our STEM Week!


We have had an amazing week. I am so proud of our students creating and explaining in details different science experiments. 

RE Inspired - 8 March 2024

This term in RE we have been learning about Christianity. Thank you so much to our visitors, we really enjoyed a variety of activities related to Easter. 

World Book Day - 7 March 2024

On Thursday we celebrated The World Book Day. We dressed up as a word, children were very creative with the costumes and with chosen words. We also created our favourite book characters from the kitchen rolls. It was lots of fun.  

4 - 8 March

Visit from Team Superschools - Ryan Scott - 28 February

Visit from the Berkshire Fire Brigade - 9 February

Visit to Maidenhead Mosque - 7 February 

25 - 29 January


15 - 19 January


8 - 12 January



4-8 December


This week we have been learning the new skills to play rugby in our PE lessons. We have also had great fun and raised lots of money for Thames Hospice.

27 - 29 November


13 - 17 November


6 - 10 November

This week we did some fantastic stop motion pictures such as flip book, thaumatrope, zoetrope in our Computing lesson. We have been enjoying our new reading scheme called Mastery Reading and we are gripped by our new book "The Girl of Ink and Stars". In PE, we are learning the skills such as throwing and passing with a rugby ball .

16 - 20 October



9 - 13 October



2 - 6 October


25 - 29 September


This week in our DT lesson we have been learning about different types of knives and we have experimented with a variety cutting styles.

In Computing we have created our own music and have tried to "tynker" with different tools and instruments.

We have also learnt about positives and negatives effects of an online gaming, in PSHE lesson.



18 - 22 September


This week we have been learning about online community safety. We also performed our own versions of Pandora's Box. On Thursday we started hockey with our special visitors from Berkshire Hockey Team. We had lots of fun!

11 - 15 September

This week we have tasted some delicious Greek food. In PE we have learnt new netball skills and put together a routine in Bollywood dancing. 

4 - 8 September

Well what a brilliant first week back we've had!  Launching straight into Greek Myths we've poured our stage skills into acting out the infamous Theseus and the Minotaur myth.  We heard some impressive speeches for the roles of House Captain and School Councillor; showed off our rhythm and synchronization skills in PE - learning Bollywood dance; practised days of the week in French; compiled historical fact files about the Ancient Greek Empire and ....    

Harvest Thanksgiving - Wednesday 11 October

Useful websites to support home learning

Class staff book recommendations:

The Iron Man by Ted Hughes

The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman



Welcome Evening for Parents - September 2023