In English, Oak class have written a script for their class assembly on ‘What a Wonderful World’. When we have been practising the assembly, we have thought carefully about the performance, using appropriate intonation, volume, and movement so that meaning is clear.
On Thursday 1st March, Oak class took the school on an exciting journey ‘down under’, during their class assembly titled: ‘What a Wonderful World’. With a focus on Australia, Oak class shared spectacular information about Uluru, The Great Barrier Reef and the Sydney Opera House. They also shared some Aboriginal inspired art work too. We found out about Bush Tucker and that it is the term given to 'bush food' which Aboriginal people are able to use to survive in the wild. The children shared some examples of bush tucker and created their own. Oak Class then challenged Mr Mobey and Mr Bruce to go head-to-head and try some bush tucker food in ‘I'm a Teacher...Get Me Out of Here’! Ant and Dec even made an appearance…well, almost! The children shared some outstanding writing based on ‘The Viewer’. Oak Class were fascinated by this text and used it to inspire their writing. Their completed stories were amazing to listen to, with some very powerful language shared to inspire us all.