Last week some children at the school had the chance to participate in a Spanish workshop led by the Spanish Embassy Education Office. They listened and sang some songs and magic in Spanish. Here are some pictures and videos.
Year 5 have been learning parts of the face in Spanish through the paintings of the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
They created their own paintings and were able to write simple sentences to describe the faces.
They also played interactive games to check their learning in the areas of spellings and sentence building.
Year 6 are learning about the Spanish speaking countries. We have learned the names and now we can give information about them. For example: the capital, colours of the flags, the continent they are in, nationalities, etc.
We can give this information in full sentences. Here are some examples of our learning this week.
In Year 3, we are learning about animals through the story “¿A qué sabe la luna?”. We learned the name of some animals and now we can also describe them with size adjectives. Some of us can even describe them using simple sentences. Look at some of the work we’ve been doing.
Year 2 are learning names of animals and fruits with the storybook “El loro Tico Tango”, which is the Spanish version of “The parrot Tico Tango”. They can say and write the tittle and describe the main character in Spanish. They are also using the Spanish dictionary to find out other fruit’s and animal’s names.
Hola, me llamo Mahiya (Hello, my name is Mahiya). At home, I made a presentation on what I have been learning about in Spanish with Miss Perez. This term, in year 6, we have been learning about clocks and how to tell the time. With this learning, I made a PowerPoint to show Miss Perez what I have been learning so far. I also added some of my old and recent knowledge, such as: Spanish Greetings, Spanish Numbers, Spanish Colours, Spanish Clocks and Telling Time in Spanish.
By Mahiya, Hemlock Class
Year 1 are learning about animal’s names and colours from the story “Brown Bear” in Spanish language. Children are able to say the names and colours of the animals.
Year 1 had great fun singing and dancing the parts of the body in Spanish. What a fantastic creative way to learn!