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 Diary Dates 


16th - Walk For Syria

16th - Friends Band Night

20th - Sport Relief Inter Sport Competition

22nd - Thirsk School Year 5 Enrichment Day

22nd - Friends Film Night

23rd - Shakespearean Recital in Celebration Assembly 2.45pm

26/27th - Parent Structured Conversations

29th - Easter Service at Leake Church 1.00pm

School Closes at 2pm



16th - Staff Training Day

17th - School Re-opens



10/11th - Y3 Osmotherley Residential

14th - SATS Week

25th - Sports Day



14th - New Starters Evening

21/22nd - Y4/5 Happy Fest Residential

27/28/29th - Y6 London Residential

29th - Buddy Picnic



2nd - Transition Week

5th - BBQ & Summer Fair

10/11th - Parent Structured Conversations

17/18th - Y6 Production 2.00pm & 6.00pm

19th - Deer Shed KS2

20th - Leavers Assembly 1.00pm

School Closes 2.00pm






Oak Class- Year 5 and 6

Oak Class is the final step in primary education for Years 5 and 6 and, as such, focuses on developing independent learners and preparing pupils for secondary school. Pupils take on greater responsibilities and play an active role in creating a happy and safe school atmosphere, including assuming roles in assemblies, being buddies for younger pupils and developing leadership skills that have a positive impact on themselves, school and the local community.

In Oak Class, the learning is fast paced with opportunities for pupils to stretch themselves academically and take the most from their learning in an independent way. Year 6 pupils are preparing for the end of key stage SATs in Reading, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar.

Oak Class children are able to access a range of sporting events and have achieved great success in the recent past in a variety of sports from football to gymnastics and rugby to athletics.

In addition to developing academically, pupils in Years 5 and 6 are at an important time in nurturing their spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills. Through developing a wide range of skills, responsibilities and building independence, Oak Class pupils are developing skills to ‘learn for life’.