Pupils in Years 3, 4 and 5 had the privilege of attending a Kidenza classical concert this morning. Kidenza aims to “dispel the preconception of classical music as being stuffy and elitist and to provide affordable opportunities for young children to hear and take part in music making.”
Please click below to find out what Mighty Oaks children will be learning in Term 5.
Our Year 5 children were well catered for today, with burgers and hot chocolate on offer!
Mrs Morley has led an after-school art club with children from Young Oaks and Mighty Oaks!
At Forest School this week the Year 5 children looked at load bearing and weight limits. They hung up a strong net and saw how many children it would hold before giving way!
Our Year 5 children were on site in the sunshine for Forest School this week.
For your homework this week, I would like you to complete the tasks in the attached homework sheet.
If you fancy a challenge then please try some of the EXTs!
I look forward to seeing your work on Thursday 14th December!
Mr M Stanley
Despite the inclement weather, our Year 5 and 6 children had a fantastic day and experience at The London Eye. Mighty Oaks class have been reading a fictional book about The London Eye, so it seemed fitting to experience it for themselves. As an added bonus, the group had time to look around The Tate Modern.
As part of our English learning this term, we have been producing writing for a range of purposes and audiences. All of our writing has been based on our class book, ‘The London Eye Mystery’, a story where a young boy goes missing on a family trip to the London Eye.
We used direct and reported speech to produce newspaper reports on what has happened in the story so far. Please feel free to read some examples of our work below: