​​Welcome to Kingfisher Class: Year Two, Three and Four


Thank you for visiting our web page. 

Mr Griffiths is the class Teacher and is supported by Mrs Wyatt Mrs Blunn.​

What do we do in our class?

Welcome to Kingfisher class, made up of Years 2,3 and 4 children. We are a class full of enthusiastic learners who are bursting at the seams with great ideas and interesting questions.​


We love being active in Kingfisher class. Every Wednesday afternoon this term, Kingfisher children can be found improving their PE skills with Procoach. 


Kingfisher Class homework



Please take time to look at the spelling rule for the week and practise any spellings linked to this. Spelling tests will be on a Monday morning. Different games linked to spellings can be found on this website:


Times tables

Each week you will be given different times tables or division facts to look at. Practise these for a test each Thursday. Here are some websites which might help you:


Remember to try to read at least 3 times a week and ask a grown up to sign your reading record. Explore books by different authors and remember to read a range of styles of text eg fiction, non-fiction, poetry.





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What special things have we been doing?  


This term, every Thursday morning Kingfisher Class have been enjoying gymnastics sessions with ProCoach. They have been perfecting their balances, travelling movements, rolls and jumps. We have some fantastic gymnasts in the class who show excellent skills in each session. Keep it up Kingfishers!​

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Each Friday lunchtime, children in Kingfisher class enjoy exercising their brain cells with a game of chess. Each week, children develop their skills and tactics led by our volunteer, Mr Denslow.

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In Science, the Year 3 and 4 children investigated the digestive system by recreating it using everyday items. They had lots of fun investigating what happens to food when we eat.

*Bananas and crackers represented the food.

*The plastic bag represented the stomach.

*The orange juice represented the stomach acid and the water represented the saliva.

*The tights represented the small intestine and the tray represented the body.

*The cup represented the rectum


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Each week, the children enjoy bringing in items to share with the class in ‘Time to Shine’. This is normally linked to the topic or a chance to share an achievement outside of school. We love hearing each other’s news and always have interesting questions to ask. 

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Forest School - On Monday 20th November, Kingfisher Class enjoyed a fun afternoon taking part in forest school, led by Yvonne Bell. They completed a range of activities, linked to the science topic of habitats, which included: making clay tree creatures; making wands out of elder wood; creating bug houses; and using willow to create woven habitats for mini-beasts. The children worked brilliantly as a class and in smaller groups, developing their skills of communication, team work and perseverance. The whole afternoon was rounded off by toasting marshmallows on the fire. Delicious! Thank you to Mrs Brown for helping us for the afternoon and to Yvonne for leading a great session​


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