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Key Stage 2 – Years 3 & 4

Lower Key Stage 2 starts in Year 3 and finishes at the end of Year 4. Children in this class continue to learn through the National Curriculum where their continuing development is reflected by more challenging responsibilities, as well as a wider range of enrichment activities including additional educational visits and sporting opportunities such as swimming lessons.

Mrs Marshall

Owls Class Teacher

Mrs Wyncoll

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Smith

Teaching Assistant

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On this page you will find news about our class, an overview of the work we are doing this half-term and links to online learning resources.

Latest News From Owls Class

Egg-cellent Work All Round

Children in the school were invited to take part in 'designing an egg' competition which was organised by the PTA.  There were many entries and Mrs Allum and Miss Jones were tasked with the very difficult task of choosing a winner from each year group. Well done to...

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Amazing Gymnasts

On Friday 23rd March, an Under 7's team, an Under 9's team and two Under 11's teams performed at Westbourne High School. Each team competed against other Suffolk Schools and performed a gymnastics routine to music; there was also some 'body management' work.  Mrs...

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Sunny Fun

Whilst the weather was still cold, this didn't stop the children having fun in the sun today.  From catching cups to circus tricks and balancing logs the children certainly made the most of the dry weather!

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Exploring Turns

This week, in Maths, Year Three have been investigating turns. We practised quarter, half, three-quarter and full turns. Some of the key vocabulary we practised included: right angle, degrees, clockwise and anti-clockwise. To put our learning into practice, we...

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Mother’s Day Lunch

On Wednesday 7th March we welcomed our mums (or a female representative) to our Mother's Day Lunch.  Rachel and Georgina cooked a delicious roast beef dinner and oaty fruit crunch for pudding.  The mums also got the chance to play outside!. Thank you for coming and...

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Spiders, Trains, Rainforests and Bodies

On Thursday 8th March, it was the Owls' turn to do their class assembly. The children shared their Literacy work, which included non-chronological reports about spiders whilst others reported information about famous steam trains, which is part of our current History...

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We Are Working On

Spring 2

History  – The Railways

  • The earliest railways and locomotives
  • The wonder of steam
  • The growth of Britain’s railway lines
  • Railway art
  • The impact of railways
  • Locomotive technology

Science – Plants

  • Parts of plants
  • What do plants need to grow well?
  • Observing and recording
  • Moving Water
  • Fantastic Flowers
  • Lifecycles

Design & Technology – Let’s Go Fly a Kite

  • How have kites help shape the world?
  • Parts of a Kite
  • Kite Shapes
  • Designing, making and evaluating kites

PE – Futsal/Swimming

  • Control and co-ordination
  • Balance and agility
  • New skills using the feet and hands
  • New rules and tactics
  • Teamwork
  • Accuracy in passing and receiving

RE – Celebrations

  • Chinese New Year
  • Important Animals
  • Culture, Custom and Celebrations

French – Family and Friends

  • Meet my family
  • Pets
  • Alphabet
  • My name
  • My home
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