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Welcome to Voyager Class!

It has been wonderful to welcome our new Year 5 pupils alongside Sir Elton and Big Eye Bob (pictured above.) We are really looking forward to an exciting year together...

Our lovely Voyagers receive many visitors during their school day. In the morning learning for Year 5 takes place alongside some Year 4 children while the Year 6s are taught by Miss Burn in a separate room. In the afternoon Years 5 and 6 learn together. The atmosphere in both rooms are friendly and focussed, we help one another on our learning journey and do our very best to adopt a positive attitude, believing that mistakes help us learn.

Please find the attached class letter and timetable which outline our routines and expectations. We believe strongly in partnership between home and school because children are happier and learn best in this way, so please do get in touch if anything is unclear, or if any issues arise - we will always do our best to help.

With warmest wishes,

Julia Burn, Sophie Kerr, Jane Kearvell, Lyn Bostock and Rachel Deegan

Class events

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Shakespeare - second half

Shakespeare - first half

What an amazing experience! Our Year 5/6 performance of The Tempest at The New Theatre Oxford was a real triumph. The children showed true grit, determination, creativity and flair, and we had huge numbers of positive comments from audience members. Well done to everyone. 

Remembrance Village Tea Party

Thank you to all the children who came to the village tea party on Sunday 11th November, and to their parents for bringing them. The adults present were clearly moved by the children's letters home from the front. Thank you also to the parents for bringing the children along and to Mrs Bostock for helping the children prepare. It made me really proud to be part of this school. AF

Hockey tournament

Well done to everyone for your great sportsmanship and team work. 

MICRO-TASTIC!!

On Wednesday (Halloween!) Year 6 children had a brilliant time learning how to use a microscope! They looked at a variety of everyday objects with the naked eye, a hand glass and finally a microscope. From a 2p coin to a wasp's sting. They were fascinated by the details they could see and their descriptive vocabulary became increasingly evident. It was an absolute delight to watch their focus and enthusiasm!

They will now have the opportunity to use their investigations to inspire a narrative text about becoming ant-sized themselves and discovering a whole new world!

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