Owl class is taught by Mrs Monk and Mrs Jones. It is a small class of 23 children who are in Year 5 and Year 6.
Please see the links below for the current curriculum map and class newsletter.
Please bring Home/School Record books into school EVERY DAY to allow for the transfer of information.
PE kits should be in school at all times.
Term 3 Letter
Owl Class had lots of fun during our Egyptian Day. We dressed up as mummies or pharaohs and took part in lots of activities including; baking ma’mouls, constructing pyramids, drawing tomb paintings and playing Egyptian board games.
Owl Class kick off the new school year with the fascinating topic of Ancient Egypt. With lots of exciting activities and a trip to London planned, it’s going to be great! Please find below our class topic web, giving details of the subjects we will be covering this term, and our class newsletter.
Owl Class enjoyed a fantastic day out at Cotswold Wildlife Park. As well as exploring the park and meeting lots of animals, we learnt all about the lifecycles of penguins, meerkats, wallabies and frogs.
Owl class enjoyed a fantastic PE session at Thomas Keble school. They took part in rounders, football or rugby sessions run by the Thomas Keble Year 11 students.
Owl class enjoyed their second archery session today. They took part in team challenges, shooting for gold and ended the session with a knock out tournament. The children are improving their accuracy and enjoying their sessions very much.
The year 6 children took part in the Mock Trial competition this week against another school. Each of the children was given a role that they had to prepare for, these included: defence solicitors, magistrates, an usher, a witness, a member of the youth offending team, the defendant and the defendant’s parents. We also had […]
Owl class went on a fabulous trip to Cadbury World to enhance our Mayan topic. We began the day with a journey through time. We learnt about how the Mayans first came across cocoa and used it to create spiced drinks. We then learnt about the Spanish invasion led by Hernan Cortez, who brought the cocoa beans […]
We had a fantastic day at the Genting Arena! We spent the afternoon rehearsing the songs that we have been learning with 6000 other school children. Then performed to an audience of family members. The atmosphere was electric!!