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Week Beginning 5 October 2015

ECA/BISCAP - Please inform the class teacher via a note in your child’s Communication Book if your child’s arrangements change for BISCAP, ECA or end of the day pick up. As changes involve a disruption to normal routines this helps us support you in getting your child home safely.


  • Lunch - If your child has been registered and leaves school after 9.30 Sleto will still charge for lunch unless they know in advance. Please email if you know your child will not be in school for lunch by 9.30 so that you are not charged.
  • Security - Our new security system is still at the trial stage.  Adults only should use the glass gates to enter and exit the school; children should use the metal gates to the side.  If you are concerned that your child is young and you want to be with them then please accompany them through the metal gates. Thank you for your support.
  • The optional homework task sent on Wednesday 23 September should be handed in on Monday 12 October. Normal homework will resume on Wednesday 14 October.
  • Please can you provide your child with a light rain jacket on days where rain is forecast. To minimise the amount of time children are inside the classroom,  the children will go outside for playtimes during light rain.


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.


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.

Themed Learning

In Themed Learning we will be beginning to look at rationing. The children will discover why there were food shortages in England and how the government went about dealing with the problem. We will also look at how this impacted upon cooking and what recipes were followed.


Our focus this week in PHSCE will be cooking and nutrition.


Literacy – metaphor, simile, syllable, rhythm, beat, verse, stanza, Did you know...? improve

Maths – data, graph, mean, median, mode, range, pattern, trend, analyse

Humanities – rationing, shortage, U-Boat, coupons


Deze korte week gebruiken we voor het afmaken van onze informatieve brieven, waarin 3 – 5 hoogtepunten van Shanghai worden belicht.

Ook bereiden we ons langzaam maar zeker voor op het enige echte Shanghai Dutch School Boekenkamp!

Een fantastische vakantie gewenst!


Year6 Tiger

Topic: Appearance

Key Words: We will learn how to describe people's appearance.

Homework: Copy the new words and make a sentence for each of the word.

Year6 Horse

Topic: Vegetables and Fruits-Contiuned

Key Words: 应该ying gai/should have;可是ke shi/but;每天mei tian/everyday;等等deng deng/and so on

Homework: Worksheet of the topic of vegetables

Year6 Monkey

Topic: Countries, Languages (Text 2)

The students will be able to use the key words of Text 2 to share the languages they can speak.

Homework: A poster based on the information given on P6 (workbook sheet).

Year6 Panda

Topic: Lesson 4 Date

This week we will learn how to express date and week.

Homework: Worksheet for practising characters of date and week.

Year6 母语班





Year 5/6 French - Ms Caldwell
After the holidays, we will be investigating days of the week and months of the year.  In addition to this, the children will be able to tell each other where they live.   
There will be no homework this week due to the holidays.

Year 6 French - Mme McConnon / Miss Chareyron
After the holidays, we will be looking at tastes and colours with Mme McConnon and continuing to look at school equipment with Mme Chareyron. 
There will be no homework this week due to the holidays.

Year 6  Spanish -  Ms Watson
After the holidays, we will be learning about objects in a school bag, focusing on the nouns being masculine or feminine.