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Lane End

Primary School

‘Learn and Believe, Aspire and Achieve’

Oak Class Year 6A

Welcome to Oak Class


We have lots of exciting learning, trips and experiences in the year ahead and we look forward to sharing this with you on our class page. 


Your child needs to bring their own named water bottle to school every day (water only).


Please come to school wearing P.E. kits on Monday.


If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to a member of staff in Oak, contact the office or speak to a member of staff on the gates who will be happy to help. 

Parent Information




Due to unforeseen circumstances of school closure, Mr Black and Miss Rajchel has organised specific tasks to complete on SATs Companion. These tasks will support with practice specifically on Maths and SpaG. 


The pupils will have their logins stuck in their yellow reading diaries and guidance videos have been added with the tasks to support at home. 


Make sure to include screen breaks in-between tasks and we hope you have a happy Easter and Eid Mubarak for next weeksmiley




At Lane End, Reading will be the main expectation of work to be completed at home. Being a good reader is the key to making great progress in all areas of learning.

Please click below to learn more.


To learn more about how to support your child with their Maths learning please click below.



Thursday 28th March 2024


What impact have humans had on animals and plants?


To link with the learning we have been doing in school together, try out this fantastic Oak Academy lesson that expands our thinking on our science topic, focusing on the theory of evolution and adaptation to explain the changes of humans and our natural world over time. 


Make sure to have a go at challenging yourself with the quiz and ensure you get some time outside in this lovely weatherlaugh

Other Learning opportunities at home


If you wish to support your child's learning in other ways too, you will have information about the areas of learning your child will be focusing on in class, explained in the curriculum newsletters that come home every half term.


These can also be found on the class page, under each topic heading icon. For example, you could work with your child to find out more about the history, geography or science topics that they are learning about.


Also your child’s teacher might on occasion set extra challenges for you to try at home such as spelling tests or something to research at home linked to the current learning topic.