Welcome to Oak Class
With the Government announcing a National Lockdown on Monday 4th January 2020 and school's closing except to Critical Worker and Vulnerable Children, this is where you will find all the resources you will need to support your child at home. You may also want to refer to the video centre in the home learning tab where you will find any videos for children to watch before engaging in their learning or just to enjoy watching. All the videos from the previous lockdown are also there if you want to use them.
For children who are working from home, the resources and plans you need can be found by clicking the link below.
Oak Class Timetable
Long Term Planning
Through the term we will be able to see where you are now in your learning and see which aspects we will need to revisit and which aspects you have excelled in. The most important thing though is that you feel safe, confident and happy to be back with us in our school environment.
The planning below shows the content of the curriculum for the term. Where there have been gaps in our learning, we have planned where they will be revisited in our 2 year rolling programme. You will also be able to see the plan in more detail for this half term as it currently stands. This may change as we move through the term depending on how we are all getting on.
Medium Term Planning
Also below for your information is the class booklet which outlines the expectations for your year group. We will go through this with parents at the Curriculum meetings at the start of the Autumn term.
Below are some websites and resources which will be helpful for you as we move through the term.
The Recovery Curriculum below helped us when we returned to school in September 2020 to see where you all were in your learning and focused on getting you 'ready for learning'. The focus was:
C - Creativity
A - Activity
S - Standards
E - Emotional Well-being.
The Recovery Curriculum document below gives more details of this for you and your Parents to read. We will continue to focus on all of these areas as we move through the Spring term as well as ensuring we are running the full curriculum as much as we are able.