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Welcome to Osprey's class page!

Ospreys are a Year 3 class taught by Mrs Hillier and we are supported by Mrs Dando, Mrs Fagan and Mrs Nagel. This year we will be exploring what life was like for the Ancient Egyptians, taking a journey through the Stone Age to the Iron Age and also discovering how cocoa beans come to be bars of chocolate through our human geography unit!

 

Our Year 3 children are lucky enough to experience Forest School on a Thursday where they learn with Alex about how to light fires, make wooden necklaces, how to spot different types of birds and much more!

We had a fantastic, if a little chilly, day at Hidden Woods on Tuesday. Here are some of the things we got up to!

To celebrate Bonfire Night/Guy Fawkes night, we made some of our own firework rockets. Here are some pictures of us enjoying them outside.

We enjoyed listening to our guest from Ammerdown in this morning's assembly. We learnt about the Jewish festival of Sukkot and made a paper chain of our hopes for the coming year.

We enjoyed listening to our guest from Ammerdown in this morning's assembly. We learnt about the Jewish festival of Sukkot and made a paper chain of our hopes for the coming year. 1
We enjoyed listening to our guest from Ammerdown in this morning's assembly. We learnt about the Jewish festival of Sukkot and made a paper chain of our hopes for the coming year. 2

We have really been enjoying gymnastics with Mrs Price on a Friday morning! Here are some of poses and action shots during our routines.

Ospreys enjoyed their second music lesson with Mrs North this Thursday afternoon. We were practising rhythm and pulse with percussion instruments.

We appreciate that some of the grammar terms that are being taught in schools now are unfamiliar to a good deal of us who were not taught these things during our own school days. This helpful resource should help with these definitions so that you can find it easier to support your child with any homework that they may bring home.

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