Welcome to Oak Class!

Class Teacher: Miss Day

Class Teaching Assistant: Mrs Stevens (who will also be teaching Oak every Tuesday morning).

Take a look at some of our learning below!

What we are learning about:

This term we are going to be doing a history topic: The Tudors ! Find out how we will be exploring our topic in all areas of the curriculum by downloading our topic plan here and our knowledge organiser here. We will discover more about the Tudor times and how life was different then compared to now. We will learn more about Henry VIII and his wives as well as the key historical events that happened within the Tudor time period. 

Tudor Pictures



PE Days

Our PE days over Term 5 and 6 are Monday and Friday. We will be doing Basketball with Matt on a Monday afternoon and on Friday afternoon, we will be doing athletics. PE kits will need to be in on those days please.


Everyone in Oak Class will be given a reading record and a reading book to read every evening.  We will award a bookmark for every fifty reads that are completed at home (when the reading entry is signed by an adult). The children will also have lots of opportunities to read and enjoy books throughout the week at school.


Spellings will be set on a Friday and the test will be the following Friday morning. Spelling books should be handed in by the Wednesday morning.


Homework will be set on Fridays and handed in by the following Wednesday. Homework set each week will alternate between Topic, English and Maths work. 


Please could you ensure that your child has a small, healthy snack for snack time. They could bring in a piece of fresh or dried fruit, or vegetables (e.g. carrot sticks, cucumber etc). Please also remember that nuts are not allowed in school due to allergies. Thank you! 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us on our class email: oak@bellefield.wilts.sch.uk


Our Learning:




Our Brilliant Board Games

Friday 6th May: Whilst the Year 4s have been at St Briavels this week, the Year 3s teamed up with some of the Year 5s to create their own board games. We needed to design, create and then evaluate the games. Here are some examples for you to see. We wonder if these are games that you'd love to play?

Oak Class Board Games


Travel Blogs

Tuesday 5th April: We have been writing travel blogs to destinations of our choice. We used lots of imaginative description to entice people to visit the different places. We then had a go at writing our blogs up on the computer. Here are a couple examples of our travel blogs, enjoy! 




World Book Day

Friday 4th March: We celebrated World Book Day on the Friday this year by dressing up and having a day full of reading. We took part in our whole school parade to show off our awesome costumes. We also had Drop Everything and Read where we found a comfy spot and spent some time reading lots of different books. 

Oak World Book Day


Our Class Treat

Tuesday 1st March: We had a great time on our class treat this week. We went outside and had extra time playing on the play equipment and playing football. We then came in to eat our yummy pancakes with lots of different toppings. What a fun afternoon!


Gustav Klimt Inspired Artwork

Monday 17th January: We are studying a range of different European artists to tie in with our new topic on 'Exploring Europe'. Last week we were looking at the Austrian painter Gustav Klimt and we created some artwork inspired by his use of different shapes/ printing techniques. Take a look at our awesome artwork which is on display outside our classroom!

Our WW1 Dioramas

Friday 5th November: For our homework over the half-term, we designed and created dioramas based on WW1. We are so impressed with everyone's creativity so well done to Oak Class for their AMAZING work. We hope you enjoy looking through the slideshow of our masterpieces!

Oak WW1 Dioramas



 Class Trip to Trowbridge Muesum 

Friday 8th October: We had a great time going to the Trowbridge Muesum to learn more about our History topic, WW1. We did 4 different activities where we looked at the local history of Trowbridge, tried on some clothing items that people would have worn 100 years ago and tried our hand at signing up to be soldiers in the war using Attestation forms. I am happy to announce that we were all accepted! 


Oak Trowbridge Museum Trip

After lunch, we had a guided tour around some important parts of Trowbridge that held significance in the Great War. We listened to our group leader through headsets and asked questions at each stop of the tour. What a fun and imformative day! 

Tour of Trowbridge


Cross Stitch

Week of 4th October 21: We have been working hard on our stitching skills in our Art learning over the past 2 weeks. Here is a picture of our finished work on the display board outside of our classroom. We hope you like them as much as we do! Oak Class Cross Stitch