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Week Beginning 6 March 2017


  • This week is a short week. We will finish on Thursday 2 March and will return to school on Wednesday 8 March. No homework will be set for this week but the children may wish to participate in the many online activities on the Global Campus.
  • We do our best to ensure the children’s hair is dried after swimming. To support us with this please can you make sure that your child brings a rubber swim hat, and a warm hat for outside play. Thank you for your continued support with this.
  • Now the weather is colder, please send your child with a coat and/or school fleece clearly labelled with their name.  Please do not send ‘hoodies’.  Children may also like to bring a hat to keep their head warm, especially after swimming. 


In Literacy, we will continue our Fantasy settings unit. The children will start to create their own fantasy woodland scene which will be entered through a portal. They will firstly develop descriptive language before using their language work to write a setting description. 


Setting, place, description, senses, simile, alliteration, onomatopoeia, emotive language, adjective, adverb


This week we will be covering fractions this week. This will start by recognizing, reading and writing simple fractions. They will then be ordering and comparing fractions, including non-unit fractions (5/5, 2/5, 4/5) and unit fractions (1/2, 1/4., 1/6 and 1/3). The children will also investigate equivalents 4/12 = 2/6 and fractions of quantities, i.e ½ of 24 = 12 or 3/5 of 15 = 9


Fraction, denominator, numerator, part, whole, equal, non-unit (3/6), unit fraction (1/3, 1/5), equivalent, compare, contrast


The children will be starting a unit this week on Light and Shadow. By the end of the week the children will have discussed the following two main questions: “What is light?” "How does light travel?” The children will take an investigative approach to solving questions, with practical activities.


Light, shadow, investigate, lines, path, journey, straight, bend


In Computer Programming the children will continue to work on manipulating and edit photographs,  before using Windows Movie Maker to create a video record of their school trip. They will add in music and sound effects.


Edit, background, foreground, sequence, montage, crop, zoom


This week the children will be collaborating and listening to each other's ideas, especially during their Science investigation.


Collaborate,  patience, compromise, share,  listen, contribute


Y3 C1

Topic: Lesson 5-Seasons-Text 2-Continued

This week students will learn to talk about the weather condition in different countries/cities/seasons

Y3 C2/C3

Topic:  Lesson 9-Occupation-Text 2-Continued

Student will be able to introduce their parent’s occupation



作业: 抄写生词+习作小练习


Afronding Blijspel

We blikken terug op een fantastisch show en ronden het thema Blijspel af. De leerlingen van Y3 t/m 6 werken deze week aan een gezamenlijke klassendisplay over hun show. Ze werken aan een karakterbeschrijving en een pakkende samenvatting van het gespeelde verhaal, zonder het einde te verklappen (een zogenaamde ‘blurb’ of achterflaptekst). Ook schrijft elke leerling een evaluatie aan de hand van een vooraf opgestelde controlelijst.

We streven ernaar u deze week de Cito-resultaten mee te kunnen geven.


Year 3 / 4 Spanish – Ms Caldwell

Next week the children will be learning the names for basic food and drink.  They will use previous knowledge to state their preferences and will be able to ask for basic requests.
There will be no homework this week due to the holiday. 

Year 3 / 4 Spanish – Ms Martinez

Next week we will look at adjective agreements, and learn the song Macarena.
There will be no homework this week due to the long weekend.

Year 3 / 4 French – Ms De Borger

Next week we will start working towards the International Week, talking about French landmarks and French foods.  We will make a class size collage displaying all our French favourites.

There will be no homework this week due to the holiday break.

Key Vocabulary: la France, la Tour Eiffel, le Tour de France, les croissants, les baguettes, les macarons, le pain au chocolat,  les crêpes

Year  3/ 4 Native French:  M. Valente

La semaine prochaine, Paul travaillera sur les types de phrases et la ponctuation. Comme d’habitude, il n’y a pas de devoirs pendant les vacances.

Year  3/ 4 Native German:  Ms Brannasch

Diese Woche haben wir untersucht, wie man einen Brief schreibt und haben auch Briefe verfasst. Zu Hause sollten die Kinder ihr Buch lesen und im Lesetigerheft malen oder schreiben. Sie können auch versuchen, einen Brief an eine der Buchfiguren schreiben, das wäre aber optional.

Year  3/ 4 Native Spanish:  Ms Garcia

La semana que viene trabajaremos la comprensión lectora y los sustantivos. Como deberes, deben revisar las normas ortográficas en las palabras con ‘j’ y ‘g’.