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Week Beginning 23 May 2016

Next year: As the end of year is approaching we are already beginning planning for the new classes next year. However, this is a long and complicated process. Please be aware that information about new classes and teachers will not be available for several weeks, but we do aim to be able to share this with you before the end of term. We aim to provide stability in moving complete classes to the next year group whenever possible. When classes have to be altered we use our detailed knowledge of the children and consider carefully friendships, gender and nationality. As decisions are based on the number of children in each year group, please help us by confirming your intentions for next year to , if you have not already done so. Thank you for your patience and support.


  • Science Week - 23-27 May
  • Year 4 Explorers Event - Friday 17 June - 9.00 - 10.30


As part of Science Week we will be celebrating the life of Swedish scientist and astronomer Anders Celsius. In Literacy this will involve students dramatizing the major events in his life and creating graphic novels and play scripts to illustrate the life of the man who is known for his Celsius thermometer.


This week the focus will be on reviewing measures. This will include capacity, length, weight, money and time. The children will complete both practical and problem solving tasks to reinforce connections and they will be encouraged to explain their thinking. Conversions between different units of metric measure will be a focus. The activities will also help with calculations in particular with respect to using decimal and fractional notation.


The celebration of Science will continue in Themed Learning with students making their own ice-cream in the cooking room demonstrating an exothermic reaction and in the science laboratory they will be recreating miniature volcanic eruptions. In Art we will use pastels to imitate the Aurora phenomena, also known as the Northern Lights, linked to our man of the week, Anders Celsius, as he recognized the effect this natural wonder has on magnetic compass-needles.


Students will continue to create computer coding to create games. Over the rest of this term, classes will work with Lego Wedo on a rotation, to create adventure activities to accompany their stories. They will learn to use sensors and apply skills to create their own models.


Literacy: graphic novel, speech-bubble, thought-bubble, caption, narrator

Maths: mass, weight, length, capacity, gram, kilogram, milligram, litre, millilitre, metre, kilometre, millimetre, centimetre, decimal point, unit of measure       

Themed Learning: Celsius, thermometer, astronomer, aurora phenomena,


Dit was het nieuws

De redactie is uitgeput, maar voldaan na het afronden van de artikelen voor het SDS Nieuwsblad en het opnemen van het SDS Nieuws. De resultaten volgen spoedig (de twee oudste redactieleden zetten de krant in elkaar en monteren het nieuws).


Stel je voor... je moeder zit in de gevangenis, maar je weet zeker dat ze onschuldig is. De gevangenis  staat op een streng bewaakt eilandje in de Waddenzee. En aan je vader heb je niks, want die zit van de stress de hele dag te gamen. Wat doe je dan?

Dan bedenk je een onwaarschijnlijk reddingsplan!

Het laatste thema gaat over superhelden. Niet alleen die van de tv, met capes en superkrachten, maar juist de helden onder ons. Wat maakt jou een held? Ken je een held in de familie? Hoe kun je een held worden?

Bi(e)bbezoek en Estafette

Denk aan het meenemen van de bi(e)bboeken op maandag (Year 3, 5 en 6) en dinsdag (Year 4). Estafette doen we op maandag (Year 3, 5 en 6) en donderdag (Year 4).


Year 3 / 4 Spanish – Ms Caldwell

Next week we will be reviewing our previous topics describing where we live, including the country, describing our homes and the rooms/ items within them.

This week, homework will be to learn the ‘Weather Song’.

Year 3 / 4 Spanish – Ms Sutton
Next week will be our last week on clothes. We will be describing clothes using a range of new vocabulary e.g. comfortable, cheap, and expensive. Children will choose people and describe their clothes.
Homework this week is to practise verb agreement when using colours to describe clothes.

Year 3 / 4 French – Miss Rae
Next week in French, we will study a new unit, Où vas-tu?’ We will be learning about French cities and learning how to give simple directions.
Homework this week is to complete the command worksheet. Match each picture with the correct command.

Year 3/ 4 French:  Miss Wood
This week we shall be reviewing and consolidating our knowledge and vocabulary regarding our homes. The children will devise quizzes to reinforce their knowledge and combine new words to create simple phrases.

Homework: to complete the questions on what people do in rooms


Year4 Horse

Topic: Review Lesson10—Lesson12                

We are going to review all the characters and sentence patterns from Lesson10—Lesson12

Year4 Monkey

Topic: Lesson 9-Text 2

Students will be learning how to make a suggestion

Homework:  Interview a friend using the questions given

Year4 Panda    

Topic: Lesson 12 Means of Transport-Text 1-Continued

During this week, students will review the new words in Lesson 12. And they will make sentences with different transportation.

Homework: Paper work.

Year4 母语班        



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