Oakwood Class Home Learning


Some work sent in by children in Oakwood Class


Click on the folders below for home learning set for Oakwood class

 Secondary Transition
 A morse-code to decipher from Sean.jpgDownload
 Online etiquette.docxDownload
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Year 6 Transition

    BBC Bitesize Starting Secondary School



Activity/Tip for Parents/Carers

Each week we will be sending home a tip and/or activity for you to discuss/complete with your son/daughter to support their move to Secondary School. 

It may not be decided which school your son/daughter will be attending in September due to various appeals etc. but it is highly recommended that you look through the tips each week as the majority of the activities/advice are generally suitable for all schools.  It is more important than ever to support your son/daughter through this, as they will not be able to complete these discussions with their teachers at school.

If you haven’t already done so, think about how you can help your child to be more independent: at home, do they put clothes away/ complete simple jobs like making their own bed or sandwiches/ make hot drinks etc.?

Questioning – activity for Red and Green Questions

Ask who else is going to the same school and encourage friendships; can they have an online chat with some? – These may not be the children your child usually socialises with but it is always good to have a familiar face in the first few weeks. Remind your child that they will make new friends when they start their new school.

Pupil Activity

  • p8 Activity: Going to Secondary School – How do you feel?  Use two different coloured pens to ‘sort’ the things you are worried about, and those you are confident with.


We do hope that you find the weekly tips useful – please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions/queries (I am sure they will all be green questions ;0))





 Sunday 28th June

Hi everyone,

Thank you so much for all of your hard work during the Lockdown period and when you came back into school. It has been great to see you on Zoom and when I have popped in to prepare things when you have all gone home. 

Please don't forget to ask your parents to send your baby/young version of you photos for the leaver's ppt. 

I am so pleased to be able to see you all in school tomorrow. Remember that you are staying all day so will need a snack,  lunch, an open mind and a positive attitude. That will get you a long way. 

 Take care and see you tomorrow morning. 

Mrs Carey

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