Welcome to Eagles!
We are one of our three Year 5/6 classes. At this upper end of Key Stage 2 the ethos is very much on developing the sense of independence and responsibility:we have high expectations of our children, particularly as role models for the rest of the school, but we also have high amounts of fun along the way!

On this page you will find lots of useful information about what we are up to on a daily basis in class, as well as how children's learning can be supported at home, both from a parent's perspective, as well as how children can learn independently at home in their spare time.  We hope you find it useful. 

  • Mrs Helen Morris

    Year 5/6 Class Teacher/Assistant Headteacher/ SEND Coordinator

  • Mrs Sarah Ryan

    Class Teacher

    Mrs Ryan teaches Eagles Class on a Friday.

  • Mrs Jenny Butler

    Teaching Assistant

 Termly Topic  PE this half term
 Darwin and Evolution
 Netball (Tuesday) - weather permitting - ensure appropriate clothing is provided. 
 Dance - The Haka (Friday)
Forthcoming Events - Spring term 
SEN Parent Review evening - 21st January
Parents Evening 11th & 12th February
Jennifer Uman skype - 13th February
Safer Internet Day - 11th February
NSPCC visit - workshops for Year 5/6 - 11th February
Class Trip - The Darwin Trail - Thursday 27th February
The Big Sing - Year 5 pupils - Thursday 12th March
Year 6 SATs information evening - 19th March
SATs week w/c 11th May 2020
The following links and documents will be useful for both parents and children during the closure period.  
Our Year 5/6 Curriculum
Refer to the curriculum pages to see the focus of each of our subjects this term. These can be found in the Oakmeadow Way.
On the 13th February, our year 5/6 pupils had an unique opportunity to speak to and listen to the illustrator of Jemmy Button - Jennifer Uman. The children came up with some great questions and Jennifer supplied some inspirational and thought provoking answers. It's not every day an illustrator agrees to skype at 6am in the morning and wants to continue keeping in touch. She was really impressed with the depth of the children's questioning. This short clip taken from an afternoon of recording gives you an insight into the message she regularly shared throughout the afternoon; one that closely matches the ethos of Oakmeadow Primary.