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Oberon - Year 6

Welcome to Oberon Class

 


Welcome to Oberon Class.  We are a class of 23 children. Our teaching staff include Miss Dignan (class teacher), Mrs Roast and Mrs Taylor. 

 

This term our topic is 'Where in the World?' During term one, we will be learning about life in France as part of our whole school theme. Following on from this we will  learn all about the First World War, this topic will include a really exciting trip to Bovington Tank Museum! You can read more about our learning in our class newsletter. 

 

Homework

Pupils have each received a yellow Homework Journal, where they will practise their spellings, maths targets and complete reading tasks each week. Alongside this children will all be given Mathletics and Reading Eggs logins to support their learning, homework may also be set through these websites. As part of our Reading Miles Challenge our expectation continues to be that children read four times each week outside of school. 

 

 

Liddington PGL

 

Over the past week Y6 have been away at Liddington Adventure Centre. We had an absolutely amazing time and I have been so impressed with how many of our children have conquered their fears, supported their friends and shown extraordinary resilience. Each and every one of our Y6 children, in both Oberon and Hydra, should be immensely proud of all that they have achieved. We'll be using our English lessons this week to write all about our visit, so check our page again next week to hear what the children have to say about our week away! 

The Climbing Wall

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The Giant Swing

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The Crate Challenge

The Crate Challenge 1
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The Crate Challenge 3
The Crate Challenge 4

Jacob's Ladder

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Trapeze

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Challenge Course

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Zipline

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Canoeing

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Archery

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Vertical Challenge

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Fencing

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Abseiling

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Robot Wars

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Bovington Tank Museum

To mark the centenary of the end of WWI, Callisto and Oberon visited Bovington Tank Museum. The children visited a recruitment office, a train station and were able to experience life in the trenches. Annie tried on a WWI soldier's uniform, she said: "It was really itchy and uncomfortable!" After leaving the trenches we stepped inside a tank from The Great War, only school children are still allowed inside the tank as it is one of the only tanks from WWI that is still functioning. You can see from our photos we had a fantastic time seeing the bullets the tanks would have fired and learning how the guns operated. 

Liddington

 

We're all very excited about our upcoming residential trip. Below is a list of all the kit you will need to bring with you, as well as a list of items which will not be permitted. If you have any questions please contact a member of the Y6 team at any time smiley

Kit List for residential

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