Dolphin Class

Dolphin Class work with Miss Jackson and is made up of nine Nursery, ten Reception and eleven Year 1 pupils.

Take a look at what we have been up to this Spring Term...


Our topic this Spring Term is Superheroes! The children have thoroughly enjoyed focusing on a new book every 2 weeks and completing some amazing Literacy work linked to this!

We have done lots of writing! Some of our writing focuses include:

Writing a postcard from Traction Man
An alternative ending to 'Super Daisy and the Peril of Planet Pea'
Instructions - 'How to Look After a Superpet!'
Creating a Superhero Identity
Writing our own Superhero story

The children in Dolphin Class have put a lot of effort into their writing this year. They enjoy thinking of creative and unique ideas and are working extra hard on their handwriting!



We have been working on estimation in Maths in Dolphin Class. The children in Reception estimated how many pairs of shoes could fit in a T-Rex’s footprint. They made some accurate and very close guesses!

Tricky Maths in Year 1!

In Maths, Year 1 children have been learning about time. They have made their own clocks, matched the correct time to the written version and played a game of time bingo! Keep up the great work Year 1!


In one of our RE lessons, we have focused on our Value of The Month which is Love! The children thought carefully about the gifts God has given humans to show them love. 

We had a go at ordering these based on what we believe is most important before drawing pictures to symbolise each of these gifts from God.

Class Dojo Reward System

We use Class Dojo at Ireleth St Peter's. The children can gain Dojo points for things such as:
Being well behaved
Listening carefully to instructions
Being helpful
Getting changed quickly for PE
Challenging themselves
Working hard
Staying on task
These children have recieved their certificate, medal and prize for getting to 100 Dojo Points. Keep up the great work, you are all working so hard!

Science - Everyday Materials

Our focus in Science this term is Everyday Materials. 

The children have been learning about the properties of different materials over the past few weeks. To consolidate their learning, they were set the challenge of sorting different objects and materials into categories depending on the properties.

We used Venn diagrams to complete this activity!


Our Vision

At Ireleth St Peter’s, through values rooted in Christian teaching, our community nurtures and enables positive foundations for life. Our distinct Christian ethos permeates throughout ISP.

Working together in successful partnership, our school family embraces the common goal of inspiring every child to reach their fullest potential, through God’s love.