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In these uncertain times, please keep safe above anything else. The children are encouraged to do at least Maths and English to try and maintain current levels in readiness for Year 7 but we appreciate this may prove difficult. School work may give you a bit of routine in what may be long days ahead, but the children's health and mental well being should be top of the list. Do what you can and as I said, above all, stay safe.
I hope to see the children before the year ends but if not, then we hope to be able to arrange something for Year 6 to come together when life returns to a more normal routine. I have been very proud of all Oak class this year and it has been a pleasure watching them mature and develop as the year has progressed. I'm just so sorry that we couldn't see them through to the end. Friday was a very difficult day for all of us; however, I am confident that the children will be ready for Year 7 when the time comes. 

If your child completes any work that they're proud of or would like to share, please send it to me via the email as I would love to see what they've been doing. 

If you need to contact me, please do so through the class email, available via the school website.



Thank you,

Miss Potter and Miss B




1-0 victory to the boys (CQ-you stormed it! Awesome score!) :-)

Miss P


Week 1: It's a very close call between the top two players this week. 

In first place is TT with 68 games.

In second place is DJB with 66 games.

In third place is GS with 28 games.

This week's game ends tomorrow at 6pm. 

Final winner will be declared then! 

Keep playing smiley

Miss P