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Year 6&7 News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

As the days get shorter and leaves continue falling, we have been busy sharpening our basic Arithmetic skills, reading stories, writing a ‘letter to myself’, moving on from North American to South American geography, watching Andrew Marr’s BBC documentary, ‘The History of the World’, learning to play our recorders.
Strategically, under Brian’s […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Year 6-7|

Year 4&5 News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

RUWAT is now the name of our group and we are still very busy working for an expedition to the Pacific Ocean.

ENGLISH

We are still receiving and replying emails to our client. Guided Reading has started very well in the RUWAT. Children made predictions, diagrams, analysed features of non-fiction texts and […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Year 4-5|

Reception A News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

In October, Reception classroom continued its adventure in the land of fun, friendship and play-time. We learnt more letters, discovered more stories and went on knowing our numbers even better. We discovered our passions – we love dinosaurs, playing with cars, building spaceships, making magic with special wands, becoming superheroes, colouring, […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Reception A|

Year 3 News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

We had a very busy October. We were exploring our topic of Who am I? We looked at ourselves from when we were babies to where we are now. We looked at continents and where we come from. We learned how to make maps and navigate around our local area. We […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Year 3|

Year 2B News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

The month of October got all of us closer to each other and made us understand better the benefits of the family we have at school. We discovered more about our friends’ hobbies, likes and dislikes and we learnt more about ourselves. We discovered the benefits of team work […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Year 2B|

Year 2A News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

This past month the children continued to work hard in lessons. We learnt many new things in all subjects and we had fun playing games.

ENGLISH

In English, we continued practicing letters and sounds. We also started looking into stories. We started with the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. The […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Year 2A|

Year 1B News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

Year 1 B students follow their way in learning with more and more confidence and joy. Socially they are integrated almost completely. They almost got rid completely of the silly words or some bad manners. Generally, they are empathic, united, well-mannered, nice, funny and very friendly. It is impressive how they […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Year 1B|

Year 1A News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

Dear parents: this is our second newsletter and I hope you are excited to find out what we have been up to lately. Also, we hope you have enjoyed the autumn break. As you already know, Diana has become an important member in our Year 1 class. The kids have bonded […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Year 1A|

Reception B News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

October came along with fascinating themes such as ‘How many people in our house’, ‘Mixing colours-Elmer’, ‘Autumn leaves-changes in weather clothing’.
The first theme- How many people in our house- gave the young learners the occasion to share with the class interesting things about their house and the people who live in […]

By |November 26th, 2016|Reception B|

Nursery News – October 2016

October in our class

General overview

During the month of October, we explored two main topics: Our feelings and Being a kid is fun. Both of them were extended in play and funny learning activities which our kids seemed to enjoy.

We spent two weeks seeking the depths of our primary emotions: anger, sadness, fear, happiness, and surprise. […]

By |November 23rd, 2016|Nursery|