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Brenzett Primary School

BrenzettChurch of England Primary School

'Life in Abundance' John 10:10


Welcome to Oak class page.

Mr Ticehurst and Miss Potter welcome you to Oak Class page! 

Important information. 

Forest school takes place on a Thursday in the afternoon, meaning outdoor clothes that will get dirty will be expected. PE this term, which is Athletics, is on a Friday afternoon; please ensure all pupils have their PE kit in school. 



Term 5 is focussed on algebra and time, with the countdown to Year 6 SAT's well and truly on. There will also be revision of fractions, decimals and percentages as well as all aspects of the four operations. 


The end of term 4 and the beginning of term 5 will be focussed on narrative writing, encouraging children to write at length using their creativity to manipulate the story to their own ideas.



Our topic lessons cover both Geography and Science, as well as Art and History. The topic for terms 4 and 5 is World War 2! We will cover the outbreak of the war, the reasons for it as well as the events that led to it. Later on in the term we will explore topics like rationing, the Blitz, shelters and much more.


This terms RE lessons will be based on expanding our horizons and learning about Judaism, the Jewish faith. 


Term 5 PSHE is the 'relationships' topic, which covers a variety of subjects like mental health, our relationship with ourselves, our bodies and how we interact with others.

Home Learning. 

Seesaw is the platform we are using to engage with parents but also conduct home learning. Homework will be set on a Monday and due on a Friday via and Please ensure you are regularly checking your Seesaw family and/or student account for regular updates.  

At this time it is very important to ensure that children are staying safe online. The link below will allow you to access a set of home learning packs designed to help children stay safe.  

Useful websites: 
A good range of games to practice reading, writing, spelling and some great adventures that combine English, math and science. 
A good range of games to practice math skills. Times tables are a must! 
A good selection of fun activities at all levels. 
Apostrophes to shorten words, good literacy revision. 
A simple little exercise to remind you about silent letters and tricky spellings! 
Those plurals can easily catch you out. Lots of reviews on these sites.