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Burton Bradstock

Church of England Primary School

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'Do Justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God' Micah 6:8

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Kingfisher Class (Y3/4)

The children were set a home-learning task to create projects based on The Great Barrier Reef - superb effort by all!

The Kingfishers have finished their Batik - they look amazing!

Kingfishers have been learning the Batik technique this week to create colourful fish ready for the Flower and Produce Show. Now to add the dye!

Immensely proud of the Year 3/4 Quadkids this year. We had a wonderful afternoon and finished 2nd place overall!

Kingfishers had a great time foraging at the beach with The National Trust team - we even met Mat Follas too!


Please read thee topic information below to find out more about Blue Abyss, our topic for Summer 2.


Please read thee topic information below to find out more about Playlist, our topic for Summer 1.


Kingfishers have had lots of fun this week! They have made 3D models of flowering plants, created slime, produced art from bubbles and even learnt about capillary action using kitchen roll and felt tips! Well done, Kingfishers.


A scrumptious hot chocolate and a good book - what more do you need?





It’s probably the most famous date in English history…we’re travelling back to 1066! 


Take a look the curriculum information below to find out more.

Kingfisher Class love Reading Club!

We've had some excellent home-learning come in - well done Kingfishers!

Kingfisher Class have been super busy this week! We have created our own Kandinsky-inspired art and have started making balloon-powered cars to compare different forces and speed.

Christmas pompoms!

Clay fossil models!

We demonstrated the process of fossilisation using shells and clay!

First, we imprinted shells into clay to mimic animal bones leaving imprints in the earth.
Next, we imitated the fleshy parts of the animal rotting away by removing the shells.
Then, we imagined layers of sediment covering the specimen over thousands of years by covering the imprint with more clay.
When the two layers of clay were separated, it looked just like a 3D fossil and its imprint!
Finally, we painted the fossils with metallic paint to replicate fossils which were made of pyrite minerals!


Virtual Lesson from Charmouth Education Centre!

Kingfisher class had a virtual lesson about our topic.
We were shown the fossilised skull of a Plesiosaur. It was so huge that the eye socket was the size of an adult's head!!

Welcome to Kingfisher Class!

We are a mixed aged class of Year 3 and Year 4 pupils and there's currently 24 of us!
The Class Teacher is Mrs. Steward and the Teaching Assistant is Miss. Keith. Currently, Ms. Slocombe is teaching the class until Mrs. Steward returns from her maternity leave later this year

Watch this space for upcoming photos and information about what we've been getting up to...

Rocks, Relics and Rumbles

Class Volcano model making

Class Kingfisher Gallery!

Find this term's topic knowledge organiser here!