Osprey

Welcome to Osprey Class.

Osprey class are taught by Mrs Bryan (Monday to Wednesday) and Mrs Fear (Thursday to Friday).  We are very lucky to be supported in class by Mrs Thompson, Mrs Wade, Mrs Rouse and Mrs Hills.

Osprey class currently have P.E. on a Tuesday and Wednesday – please ensure children have their P.E. kits in school on these days.

We will be updating our class page regularly, so please come back and look at what we have been doing in class.

This term Osprey class are becoming ‘Amazon Explorers’ and heading off to the rainforest.  Below is some information about what we will be getting up to!

Osprey Learning Overview for Summer 2018

Osprey Homework Summer Term

Worksheet Tasks

 

Spring Term Homework

Mrs Bryan and Mrs Fear would like to say a huge well done and thank you to Osprey class for their brilliant homework this term.  It has been lovely to see the children’s enthusiasm and enjoyment for our topic.  We have really enjoyed listening to the children sharing what they they have found out and  showing what they have created at home.  The standard of the work completed was exceptional. We look forward to seeing what magnificent homework children complete next term.

Some of the lovely homework completed by Osprey class this term. This picture shows the Roman shields that they have made at home.

D.T. Day – Making Catapults – 20th March 2018

As part of our Romans topic, Osprey Class have spent the day investigating, designing and building catapults.  The children have all had an enjoyable day and have produced some excellent examples of working catapults.  It has been lovely to see the children working collaboratively and being so creative.  Thank you to those of you who joined us in the afternoon to test the catapults with the children.

                 

 

Osprey Trip to Peterborough Museum – 13th March 2018

Osprey and Hawk class enjoyed their visit to Peterborough Museum to find out about the Romans.  The children took part in a range of activities including becoming a Roman slave, meeting a Roman soldier, being archaeologists and making pottery.