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Lower Key Stage Two

Mrs Liz Payne - Phase Leader Lower Key Stage Two

Welcome to the web page for lower key stage two - years three and four at Osmaston Primary School.  Over the next few months we will be adding to the web page with pieces of information and news as well as the latest knowledge organisers.  If you have any suggestions of things that you would like on the web page then please do not hesitate to let me know.

Just a quick reminder too that pupils in Y3 and Y4 can bring snacks with them into school but these should be healthy snacks, for example a piece of fruit.

STOP PRESS:

Year 4 are having a Roman day (Fri 16th March for Hedgehog and Giraffe and Mon19th March for Panda) when we will be learning about life in Roman times, tasting food, investigating artefacts and taking part in Roman military practice.  We are also building Roman chariots in D & T (shoe boxes would be great please) and preparing for a violin concert next term.  

Year 3 are having a Battle of Hastings day on Thu 22nd March.   Year 3 pupils are also going swimming every Wednesday morning so please remember to bring y swimming kit each week.

Lower Key Stage Two Classes

YEAR FOUR - Giraffe (Ms Lowndes), Hedgehog (Mrs Payne) and Panda (Mr Terpilowski)

YEAR THREE - Gorilla (Miss O'Brien/Mrs Parkin ), Dolphin (Mrs Dogruel) and Turtle (Mrs Davis)

Knowledge Organisers - Year Four

You can access below the current knowledge organisers for all our year four classes:

English Knowledge Organiser

Design & Technology Knowledge Organiser

Mathematics Knowledge Organiser

Art Knowledge Organiser

History Knowledge Organiser

RE Knowledge Organiser

Computing Knowledge Organiser

Knowledge Organisers - Year Three

You can access below the current knowledge organisers for all our year three classes:

English Knowledge Organiser

Art Knowledge Organiser

History Knowledge Organiser

For more information about the best way to use knowledge organisers to support your child's learning, please look at our Learning and Pupil Support page.