Meet the staff :
The Dolphin Class is taught by Miss Kinver, and supported by Miss Cox.
We are a mixed aged class of Year 2 and Year 3.
During the Summer Term, the children will be using our Talk for Writing Skills to learn and act out the story of 'Monkey see - Monkey Do!' The children will explore the story and the main character which in turn they will make imaginative changes which will help them to write their story
Later on in the term, the children will be looking at poetry where children will use their imagination to write a class poem about where they would go if they could fly like a bird.
Our topics this term is 'Britain or Brazil?'
Throughout this topic, we will be learning about the vibrant South American country of Brazil. Children will experience colour, drama and excitement of Brazilian life. Children will then compare life in Britain to life in Brazil, looking at the physical and human features of each country.
Once children have learnt about each country they will be choosing and justifying the country that they would like to live in.
Britain or Brazil? Who will be the winner?
This term, the children will experience dance activities in PE on Monday afternoon.
On Thursday mornings Dolphins Class will enjoy Outdoor Learning led by Miss Hicks.
On Friday afternoon, the children have the chance to choose a library book to take home and share.
At the beginning of each half term the children will complete at least ONE activity from the grid. Written work must be presented neatly in your homework book. Creative work can be presented in any way of your choosing. Homework will be discussed on Fridays, but it will not be necessary to bring in the work until the date on the sheet.
Please find the homework link below:
We will also spend weekly spellings home every Friday which will be tested on Thursday morning. This will include 5 spellings and a challenge word.
Homework link coming soon...
Here are some fun websites to play on
to practice key skills taught in class:
The ones below will help you practice for your SATs: