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Week Beginning 26 September 2016

Football Fun Day at SAS Puxi – Friday  30  September 09.00 – 12.30 Parents are most welcome to come along to SAS and spectate. The children will need to come to school in their P.E. kit; if they have shin pads these would be useful but nobody is allowed to wear football boots with studs.

MESSAGES

  • We are running the HSK examination on Saturday 12th November 2016. Registration is open to students, parents and friends who have an interest in taking this test. For more information, please kindly refer to the letter.
  • Please ensure that your child has the correct school uniform. In particular please ensure your child is wearing black shoes. Girls should wear plain white socks and boys should wear black or grey socks. You can review the school’s uniform policy here.
  • Please remember to send in and label your child’s snack box and water bottle, as well as a hat during the hot weather.
  • If for any reason your child is unable to take part in PE, please send a signed message in your child’s communication book.  Your child still needs to bring in their PE kit to enable them to participate as a coach, an official or to give feedback.

LITERACY

This week in Literacy we will continue to investigate various forms of poetry. We will look at how a range of poets use different literary techniques to add power and pathos to their work. To do this, we will link our writing to our World War 2 Themed Learning topic and continue to imagine what life would have been like for an evacuee in 1939 England. We will finish the unit of work by writing Haikus.

KEY VOCABULARY

Metaphors, similes, World War 2, evacuees

MATHS

In Maths, we will be beginning a unit of work on data handling. This will involve drawing frequency diagrams and line graphs and then interpreting the results. We shall be paying particular focus on how to analyse graphs to provide averages and identify trends.

KEY VOCABULARY

Frequency, mean, median, mode, range, data, average

THEMED LEARNING

We will be continuing our World War 2 topic and building on the foundations of knowledge we have laid in the first weeks back. The children will be investigating the Blitz and discovering what life was like for children under the rain of bombs falling upon London during 1940. They will also be using a range of challenging techniques in Art to construct a multi-layered piece of printed work that depicts the destruction of war. This will be coupled with an investigative scheme of work using laptops and iPads to study how shelters were built to keep the population safe from falling bombs.

KEY VOCABULARY

Blitz, evacuation, bombing, incendiary, lino

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING  AND  DIGITAL LITERACY

This week the children will use a new touch typing program and will continue to learn the coding language ‘Python’.

KEY VOCABULARY

Touch-typing, coding, Python

PSHCE

In PSHCE this term we will be looking at teamwork and collaborative working.  We will focus further on fostering new relationships, creating rules and expectations for the group and how to work together successfully.  

KEY VOCABULARY

Trust, bravery, commitment

MANDARIN
Y6C1

Topic: Fresh market Text 2 Revision

Students will learn more phrases and dialogues within the text. More exercises about the phrase will provided to them.

Y6 C2

Topic: Finish Lesson. 10 Vegetables and Fruits

Read Text 1 and 2, students shall be able to carry out their dialogue on the topic of vegetables and fruit based on the language points given.

Y6 C3

Topic:  Lesson 1. Countries, Languages-Text 2

This week students will talk about the countries they have been to and what languages they can speak.

Y6 C4

Topic:  Lesson 3-Greetings

Student will be able to do a small conversation to greet each other.

Y6 MND06CN

本周我们将继续学习课文《鸬鹚》,完成第二部分生字词的学习。进一步研读课文,分析文中重难点句。能复述鸬鹚捕鱼的过程。体会水乡的优美景致和渔人捕鱼的乐趣。

MFL

Year 5/6 French - Ms Rae

Next week in French we will be focusing on the verb to have. We will be revising jái- I have and learning tu as, il a, elle a and nous avons- all part of the verb avoir: to have.
Homework this weekend is using the word wordle to complete the sentence in French. Think carefully about the vocabulary we have been revising in class this week, all to do with opinions and sports.

Year 6 French – Dr. Cattel/ MRs McConnon

Next week, students will be presenting and recording their interview with a famous person. They will include information about name, age, where they live, birthday and which sports they like and why. For homework students need to learn by heart the questions and answers so we can video them on their ipads in next week’s class.

Year 6  Spanish -  Ms Caldwell

Next week the children will continue to investigate numbers, building upon and applying their knowledge.  They will also be revising classroom instructions and days of the week/ months of the year.

Homework – To revise numbers 0-50, paying particular attention to the way in which the numbers are constructed.

Year 5/6  Spanish -  Ms Martinez

Next week we will continue looking at food and shopping for food vocabulary.
Homework: To revise the grammatical rules for G and J.

Year 5/6 Native French – M. Valente

La semaine prochaine, les élèves travailleront sur les verbes irréguliers du présent de l’indicatif et continueront le Projet Voltaire. Pour les devoirs, il faut compléter les feuilles d’exercices données en classe sur les verbes réguliers utilisés en contexte.

Year 5/6 Native German – Ms Brannasch

Im Fokus standen diese Woche die Adjektive zur Gefühls- und Emotionenbeschreibung sowie die Erweiterung des Wortschatzes. Die Schüler haben geübt, die Emotionen aus der Situation herauszulesen, sich in die erzählte Figur hineizuverstzen und ihre Gefühle genauer zu beschreiben.
Zu Hause sollten sie es nochmal üben und zwar mit dem Text „Wie fühlen sich Freddy und Pauline?“ im Booklet.

Year 5/6 Native Spanish  – Ms Garcia

La semana que viene escribiremos sobre nuestra casa, de modo que como deberes, tienen que acabar las breves descripciones de cada habitación de su casa con el vocabulario correspondiente (habitaciones, muebles y objetos).

DUTCH

Welkom bij Reisbureau SDS!

De verschillende reisbureaus die op de Reisbeurs van donderdag 29 september a.s. aanwezig zullen zijn, zijn in de afrondende fase van hun werk. Maandag, dinsdag en woensdag werken de leerlingen aan de inrichting van hun kraam. Hulp van ouders (thuis en op school) is hier zeker bij gewenst!

Bij spelling behandelen we deze week de volgende categorieën:

Groep 4: lange en korte klanken, luchtwoord, zingwoord, plankwoord

Groep 5: open en gesloten lettergrepen (introductie)

Groep 6: open en gesloten lettergrepen (verdieping), tropisch-woord, politie-woord

Groep 7: langermaakwoord (-b, -d), sterke werkwoorden in de verleden tijd

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