Year 6 - Dolphin
Welcome to Dolphin Class, our teacher is Miss Hager.
PE Days: Tuesday afternoon - Rugby (Outside)
Friday afternoon - Team Games (Inside)
Welcome back. Our topic this term is: Raging Rivers. Remember to bring your walking shoes on Friday for our trip to the River Stour.
We spent the morning walking alone the River Stour. We managed to measure how deep it is and even tried pond dipping (we didn't find anything though). We had a very nice - but wet - trip and Dolphin's made the school proud. Well done, Dolphin class.
On Saturday, three children from Dolphin Class took part in a Science lesson at The King's School all about Forensics. The children studied fingerprints, 'blood' and soil types to try to solve a crime. They enjoyed the session and represented Pilgrims' Way and Dolphin Class amazingly well.
In class Reading lessons we are enjoying 'The Girl Who Speaks Bear'. We are making excellent predictions and creating illustrations using the text.
Our class book that we read for pleasure is 'The Missing'. This is a true story about the search for the people missing after WW2.
Happy New Year!
This term we are learning about Mountains, starting with Mount Everest. Keep your eyes peeled for some exciting work coming soon...
We have been learning about the Home Front and how we could help win the war a little closer to home. We have produced some excellent Explanation Texts.
We worked hard over the Half-Term break on our WW2 homework. It is brilliant to see people working hard out of class as well as in. Well done, all.
Today we spent an hour with Rabbit Class. We will spend time together on a Friday afternoon as Buddy Reading partners. It was brilliant to see the two classes working so well together and sharing their love of reading.
We learnt a short dance in PE on Friday and we thought you might like to see it. We worked very hard to learn this in such a short amount of time.