Here is this week’s French homework from Magali:
Sports 2-French homework
1/ Learn the vocabulary below about sports.
2/ Complete the sentences and try the wordsearch.
3/ Search the famous sporting events taking place in France.
Use the sheets to help you . . .
Sports 1-French homework
Why not play on the games on this BBC website . . .
For the attention of all the children going to France.
I have attached the packing list as a picture on here for you, just in case.
I have been checking the weather too and it seems that it is getting better, not as cold. However, I would recommend, as I said at the meeting, that you should bring layers of clothes so you can wrap up in the colder mornings but then put them in your bag if it’s warmer during the day. (Fingers crossed)
Remember that you MUST be wearing your school jumper tomorrow!
Have a look at the Year 6 page for some videos and photographs of our gymnastics work.
A few children from Year 6 visited BETT today, the world’s largest ICT education fair! The children saw a
range of different products which could support our learning. Keep looking to see what’s posted!
As you may be aware this time of year always has a flurry of activity related to the secondary transfer process for year 6 pupils. Many of you will have already been visiting secondary school’s open evenings and reading all the information in the Hammersmith & Fulham ‘Moving On’ booklet, which advises parents and children about their choices and the whole process.
On Thursday at 3pm, in the middle hall, we shall be holding a parents meeting about this process and answering any questions that you may have. Many previous parents have stated that this was a very helpful meeting to attend.
If you are unable to attend this meeting but would like to read more information then I would suggest you visit the lbhf.gov.uk website to read their advice.
You can also visit secondary schools websites and read their admissions policies.
Here is a link for you to use which states all the Hammersmith and Fulham schools taking applications.
Year 6, today, were visited by Mr Watkins for West London Free School, who came to talk about his school.
Quad Blogging? What’s that?
As you know at SJL we have been blogging for around a year now and so have many other schools around the UK. Quad blogging is when four schools get together and link their blogs. For four weeks, the schools will comment and browse each others blogs.
In my class, 6D, we have been learning how we can blog safely and update the blog ourselves. Blogging is a great way to share our work with our parents, friends, family and other schools in the UK and even around the world! We also have a saying in 6D, ‘Write in your book, your teacher will see it; Write on the blog, the whole world may see it!’
This week, 28th February, our blog is the focus for the other three schools and I’d really like to show the great things that we do at SJL! Have a look at the other schools blogs, and feel free to comment on the children’s work.
Remember to be a responsible user of the internet and only write comments which are appropriate.
Use this link to add yourself to our wall.
In year 6D we have been learning about balanced arguments. A blanced argument must be in this order 1st introduction,2nd for,3rd for,4th against, 5th against and then the 6th paragraph is the summary.
In maths we have been learning division by chunking. Division by chunking is a longer way to do than the normal way,however, division by chunking is useful for big numbers.
In science we have been learning about micro-organisims,we have been looking at how bread start to become mouldy.So far one bread has become all mouldy and it is green.The other one has a little bit of mould but it is rock hard.The 3rd one has mould on the edges.The 4th one we still have not seen yet.
Over the next few days pupils from year 6 we will attending the BETT show at Olympia in West Kensington. SJL has been working with a company called Tribune who have helped to virtualise our school network and make this accessible from home.
Mr Duffy & Sue Hayward attended on the first day with six pupils from 6D. During the day they have been researching ICT software and hardware. The first group of children thoroughly enjoyed their day, as you can see in the picture below!