Welcome to Dahl Class!
We are a busy, friendly class who work as a team. Miss Rodney is our teacher and Miss Rance is our teaching assistant. Our class is named after Roald Dahl. He has written a vast amount of amazing books which we are very excited to learn from.
Our classroom is packed with lots of interactive learning resources, which are readily available for the children to use at all times.
Our mornings will be set aside for Maths and English, whilst our afternoons will consist of lots of other exciting subjects such as P.E., Science, R.E., and Computing.
This year we will look at three topics which are:
Autumn term – The Anglo Saxons
As the topic states, we will be learning about the Anglo Saxons during the Autumn term! We will be looking at life in 400AD, how the Saxons invaded, how people lived, the areas they developed and how England changed during this time.
Spring term – The Northern Lights
Within this topic, we will be learning all about the Vikings! Looking at the life during the invasion and through to the first King of England.
Summer term – Cyberspace
During this topic of Cyberspace, we will be learning all about how technology influences our lives.
In Dahl class we collect marbles for amazing efforts in work, great behaviour and going beyond the normal expectations. Once you have collected 15 marbles, you can take a dip into our mystery box to collect your prize.
Dahl class will be given swimming lessons in the Autumn term
We have a Dahl gallery on this website, where you will be able to see a collection of photographs taken throughout the year, of activities and lessons that we have enjoyed.
Take a look at our curriculum map, to see more about what we are learning this year.
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