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Ospreys - Year 4

Welcome to Ospreys Class at Kestrel Way!


We are all excited to see you back in school and to share our Year 4 journey with you.


Our Ospreys team is as follows: 


Miss Matthews (Class Teacher)

Mrs Banfield

Mrs Fitzsimmons

Mrs Clarke


On our class page, you will find updates of our Year 4 journey as well as useful resources and links to learning. 

Key days in the week: 



Friday - For our enrichment, we have Forest School. Please ensure your child brings in their named belongings each Friday. 


We have PE on Tuesday and Friday. Please ensure your child's PE kit is named. 


Due to the current situation, books will be changed once a week. If your child has finished their book, they can read it again or find another book at home to read.

Reading books and diaries will be changed and checked on Monday. 



TT Rockstars Day

Maths - Multiplication and Division


Show Racism the Red Card - We were very fortunate to have a visitor who came in to discuss racism and discrimination and how we can prevent it.

Our day as the Ruthless Romans!

Computing - Computer responses for extreme weather!

English - Expanded Noun Phrases

Music - Glockenspiels

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We warmed up by copying back patterns in a 'call and response' style. Then, we worked together in pairs and individually to follow the music to play our tune for the week. We focused on creating a balanced sound by using the beaters correctly and playing the notes in time. It was really important for us to remember the rests!

Science - Food Chains

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In Science this week, we recapped the purpose of a food chain and made various food chains using images of different producers and consumers. Afterwards, we wrote our food chains and specified whether they were primary, secondary or tertiary consumers.

Maths - Comparing and Ordering 4-digit numbers

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Over the last week, we have been understanding the place value of 4-digit numbers. This has allowed us to use our skills of comparing and ordering when using 4-digit numbers. In pairs, we each made a 4-digit number and then had to use the greater than and more than symbols to demonstrate the comparitive size of each number.

Computing - Research

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