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DAHL: Class 5

Mr Wren is the Teacher for Dahl Class from
September 2018. Keep visiting our page to see
what our class have been up to.

 

 

To view the New Curriculum, which will come into effect from September 2018, for the Upper School

(Years 5 and 6), please take a look at the Curriculum Information page which can be found under

School Information - Key Information from the Home Page.

Dahl Class Work - September 2018 - July 2019

Mexican Art!

This terms Learning Unit Theme 'Harmonious Habitats & Mysterious Mayans'

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Monday's Worship

Well done to Iris, Ellen, Evie and Elva who led the Worship Assembly on Immigration on Monday. There was audience participation with lots of interesting conversation.

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Class Exhibition

On Friday 11 January Dahl Class had their class exhibition. In the exhibition we sang The Fresh Prince of Bel Air with everyone singing or playing an instrument. Then we had some wonderful musicians playing their instruments brilliantly. We also had a Kahoot! quiz which all the parents too part in. Polly and Izzy played the heads, shoulders hips game and Nancy and Phoebe demonstrated and played the Minute Game.

 

Elliot showed the parents how good his handwriting is and the parents all wrote beautiful on the whiteboard to see whose parents had the best handwriting.

Thank you to all the parents and carers for coming along.

 

by Fin B

 

Please click link to see photos https://www.whitstable-endowed.kent.sch.uk/picture-gallery/

What is Coeliac Disease?

Isabella has this condition and thought it would be a lovely idea to inform her class with an insightful presentation on the condition. Thank you Isabella for sharing this with us, if you would like to find out more please click on the below link.

 

https://www.coeliac.org.uk/home/

 

"I wanted to explain to my class what Coeliac Disease was and do a presentation about it to Dahl Class, so that they understand a bit more why sometimes I don't feel very well and have to be careful about what food I eat and where it's cooked. We played games with people representing 'villi', which are in your intestines and work differently for people with coeliac. I threw tennis balls which they caught easily and then netballs at one of them and they all fell over; this represented what happens to the villi when gluten hits them.

We did some activities and Mr Wren's wife had made some gluten free and non-gluten free cakes to see if anyone could taste the difference. Hopefully they all understand a bit more now." 

by Bella

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Goodbye and Good Luck Mrs Polo

We say goodbye and good luck to Dahl Class TA Mrs Polo as she leaves on 2 November to start her maternity leave.

We wish her all the best and look forward to meeting her new bundle of joy!

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The Fine Art of Making Mandrakes!
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Previous Work: Osprey Class September 2017 - July 2018

Pizza Express visit

The children had great fun at Pizza Express learning how to make pizza dough. They created their own pizzas to bring back and enjoyed eating them in class.

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Good Luck to Lena!

 

Lena will be speaking to the local councillors committee (CAMP) at the Guildhall in Canterbury Monday evening to support a project in Canterbury. The persuasive writing skills they have been practising in school this week ill come in handy!

Osprey Class Exhibition

Double 'Osprey' congratulations!

 

A huge well done to Freya who has worked extremely hard and was rewarded by passing her Aikido grading and received her green belt last week. She only has two more belts to go till her black Belt. Congratulations and Good Luck Freya!

 

At Orpington Dance Festival Olivia won 1st place in her age section for Tap. She then went on to compete against other medal winners for the Junior Tap Premier Award where she was awarded 1st Place and received a trophy - congratulations Olivia!

 

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Creative Castles
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