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Week Beginning 22 May 2017

MESSAGES

  • Please fill out the jot form for Nanbeihu before Monday 22nd May with your Emergency Contact details and information. We recommend completeing this on a laptop or desk top computer as some mobile devices do not support jot form. Thank you to those parents who have already submitted their information. It is essential that this is completed so that your child can attend the residential camp.

This can be accessed at  www.nordangliaeducation.com/our-schools/shanghai/puxi/emergency-information

  • Y5/6 School Sports Day Friday 26 May (9-12.20PM)                        
  • BISS Garden Party Saturday 10 June 1:00 – 4:00pm
  • ‘As the weather is getting warmer please ensure your child is dressed appropriately and has their water bottle, sun hat etc
  • Wanted - Jumble items for Tanzania Table at the Garden Party
  • We are a group of Y.8 & 9 students who are busy fundraising for the projects we will support in November when we travel to Tanzania on our amazing service project. We are looking for your help for contributions of second-hand toys, books and any other small unwanted household items for our Jumble Table at the Summer Garden Party. If you are leaving China or just having a Spring clean, please consider donating your unwanted items to our Tanzania Jumble Table. Please send them in to either the Primary or Secondary reception desks.

Thanks for your support.

Tanzania Student Team

LITERACY

This week we will be focusing on Spelling and Reading practice. The children will learn and recap the spelling rules taught in Year 5. They will also read a variety of texts and answer comprehension questions about them. They will need to make predicitons, draw conclusions and infer meaning from what they have read.

KEY VOCABULARY

Reading, evidence, proving points, supporting ideas with evidence

MATHS

In Maths this week we will be revising work that has been taught this term. The children will cover a range of topics including fractions, place value, multiplication, division and problem solving. We will also focus on mental arithmetic, giving the children a variety of questions that encourage use of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division methods. 

KEY VOCABULARY

fractions, equivalence, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, shape, length, capacity.

THEMED LEARNING

‘Space’

In Themed Learning this week the children will choose an aspect of space that they would like to research in greater depth. The children will use non-fiction books from the library and online resources to create a fact file of an area that really interests them. We are looking forward to seeing the variety of topics that come up!

KEY VOCABULARY

space, fact file, research, summarising, presentation, skimming and scanning for information.

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING  AND  DIGITAL LITERACY

This week we will be back to practising our coding skills. We will be making a space game with loops, functions and variables to connect with our themed learning unit on Space. The children will have to choose their own objects and events and practise writing code that detects values to set parameters. This will lead them to create their own app.

KEY VOCABULARY 

Loops, functions, variables, values, parameters, app

PSHCE

This week the children will have received their booklet about Nanbeihu. We will continue to discuss the upcoming camp and give the children lesson time in PSHCE to discuss any questions they have about the residential trip. Excitement is building towards this big event.

KEY VOCABULARY

residential, Nanbeihu, activities, expectations, behaviour, exciting experiences.

MANDARIN

Mandarin Y4 C1

Topic:Continue Lesson. 15 “Neighbourhood”

Students will learn text 1 and finish related exercise

Mandarin Y4 C2/C3

Topic: Lesson 8-Hobby(2)-Continued

Student will learn how to describe their hobbies of sports

Mandarin Y4 C4

Topic:  Lesson 12 Means of Transport-Text 2-Continued

Student will be able to share what transportation they use for their daily life

Mandarin Y4 MND04CN

我们将学习课文《优雅的请假条》。识记“雅、私、奏、熄”等生字。积累“优雅、私人、演奏”等词语。朗读课文,清楚地理解文中“优雅的”请假条指的是什么。 能感受作曲家海顿的智慧和才能,体会他的善良。

作业(Optional):抄写生字+ 听写

MFL

Year 5  Spanish - Ms Watson
Next week the students will be looking at different modes of transport and giving directions. This week for homework they will be writing a paragraph about themselves and school. Discussing which subjects they like at school.

Year 5/6   Spanish - Ms Caldwell
Next week, the children will be cooking some Spanish recipes and writing the instructions for this in Spanish.  They will use verbs such as ‘mix’, ‘pour’, ‘cook’ as well as previously learned vocabulary from our Food Topic.  They will collate all of the recipes (adding in additional ones that they find) and design their own recipe book to take home.
Homework this week is to source ingredients for cooking!

Year 5/6  Spanish -  Ms Martinez

Next week we will finish off our Spanish diamond poems, and learn the phoneme qu.

Homework: To finish their 10 questions in Spanish to include in our class Kahoot.

Year 5 / 6 French – Ms De Borger

Next week we put the last hand on our travel folders.  We will practice our presentation with our travel guide partners, showing pictures of our home country and talking about the tourist highlights in French.

This week’s homework will be practising weather related vocabulary  (le méteo) on the Linguascope app.

Year 6 French - Ms Rae
Next week, we will revise how to form the near future tense of the verb áller. We will also be using the play script of ‘Cendrillon’ to act out and perform to our peers.
Homework this week is to use a dictionary to find the translations of different carnival animals. Could you draw a picture to represent each one too?

Year 5/6 Native French – M. Valente
La semaine prochaine, nous ferons une dictée et en préparerons une autre. Les difficultés de cette dernière seront les homophones ou/où – on/ont/on n’ – le présent et le futur de l’indicatif – les accords sujet/verbe et des groupes nominaux. Pour les devoirs, il faut mémoriser l’orthographe des mots en haut de la préparation de dictée numéro 3 et faire les exercices 1, 2 et 4 de cette même page.

Year 5/6 Native German – Ms. Brannasch

Die Schüler hatten Spass beim Untersuchen, wie die Stimme emotional eingesetzt werden kann, und zwar bei den Fussballkommentaren. Danach übten die Schüler, Kommentatoren zu sein und ihre Stimme bewusst benutzen, um leise, laut, betont, deutlich, mit Ausdruck und mit Pausen ein Fussballspiel zu kommentieren. Zu Hause sollten sie den Kommentar zum Fussballspieltext, den wir im Unterricht behandelten, zuerst ins Heft schreiben und dann aufnehmen. Dafür können die Kinder ihre iPads benutzen.

Year 5/6 Native Spanish  – Ms Garcia

La semana que viene vamos a enfocarnos en ortografía y conjugación gramática y ortografía para prepararnos para el examen de final de año. Para deberes, deben revisar lo que hemos hecho hasta ahora.

DUTCH

Kunst, met een grote K

Tentoonstelling

Deze week ronden we het thema af en evalueren we wat we geleerd hebben. Op donderdag 25 mei openen we de expositie ‘Kunst, met een grote K’ in de gang bij de Nederlandse lokalen. Informatie volgt in de SDS-Nieuwsbrief.

Ook zullen we langzaam starten met de voorbereiding van de Cito-toetsen die zeer spoedig weer zullen aanvangen. In verband met verschillende schooltrips en sportevenementen lopen de startdata wat uiteen, maar bijna alle klassen in KS2 starten na het lange weekend. Een enkele leerling begint volgende week.

De leerlingen kunnen niet leren voor de Cito-toets. Wel is het aan te raden om trouw het Nieuwsbegrip en BLOON-huiswerk te maken, omdat de vraagstelling en de spellingcategorieën overeenkomen met de Cito-opgaven. Alle leerlingen hebben de inloggegevens voor beide websites. Mocht het inloggen niet lukken, neem dan contact op met Chris (c-samsom@bisspuxi.com).

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