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Week Beginning 28 November 2016


  • Raincoat - Please ensure that your child brings a raincoat to school for the wet weather.
  • Swimming - Please be aware that the days are getting colder and wetter so please dress your child accordingly.  On swimming days girls may wear dark leggings and matching dark socks instead of tights to make it easier for them to get dressed.  A warm hat is also recommended.
  • Maths Workshop for Parents and Students – Tuesday 29 November 4:30 – 5:30pm


In Literacy the children will be celebrating poetry week by listensing to poems by Michael Rosen. They will study his poem entlitled  ‘I know someone…’ Following this, they will begin to write their own version of this poem using the repeated language found within the poem. Next they will practise reciting their poem with a partner and finally all the children will film themselves performing their poem.


Rhythm, rhyme, repeat,  verse, expression


In Maths, the children will be learning positional and directional vocabulary and how to use this vocabulary to give commands or make statements. They will describe objects using the following vocabulary; on top, under, next to, besides, between, opposite. They will then learn to give instructions using the commands right and left. Finally, they will learn how to distinguish between 1/2, 1/4 and 3/4 turns both clockwise and anti-clockwise. 


On top, under, next to, besides, between, opposite, 1/2, 1/4 and 3/4 turns both clockwise and anti-clockwise


In Themed Learning the children will be reviewing all the work they have completed this term in readiness for their Learning Showcase.


The children will be focusing on expressing their ideas, opinions and views with confidence.


This week the children will be learning to add a variable to a series of codes.


Keyboard, home row keys


Deze week ronden we het thema `Voor altijd jong` af.  De kinderen leggen de laatste hand aan hun grootouderportret en we bespreken samen de vragenlijst voor oma en opa.

We herhalen de `au`/òu`aan de hand van de au-rap.


Y2 C1

Topic: My Family

Children will learn to say their family members in Chinese, and also learn to write some simple characters.

Homework: Paper sheet.

Y2 C2

Topic: Parts of the body

Children will learn to describe their head, hair, hands, feet with the sentence  pattern这是我的zhe shi wode …… /This is my….  They will be also learning the characters 头发tou fa/hair.

Homework : Finish the worksheet. ( Match)

Y2 C3

Topic: Monkey King Book 1B –Lesson4.  Clothing

Students will learn different words on clothes

Homework: Finish worksheet on this topic