May 312011
 

Primary 6 have been learning to sing Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes in French to help them remember the parts of the body.

We’ve discovered lots of different versions, but this is one that we’ve been singing in class.

Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes (in French!)
Tête, épaules et genoux, pieds, genoux, pieds
Tête, épaules et genoux, pieds, genoux, pieds
J’ai des yeux, des oreilles, une bouche et un nez
Tête, épaules et genoux, pieds, genoux, pieds

May 182011
 

Primary 6a have been learning about the the parts of the body in French – Les Parties du Corps.  We had a really fun lesson where the children had to label each other with the correct words in French.  There was lots of laughter during the activity – and lots of learning going on too!

May 132011
 

Recently our class has been learning about the International children’s games. We had to do posters in I.C.T about the games. We found out that over 1,500 competitors from over the world aged 12-15 will be taking part. The games will include discus, javelin, racing, long jump and many more.

It has been fun  learning about the international games and I hope that everyone taking part has fun and does well.

Here is the finished poster

May 032011
 

For the last two weeks, Primary 6 have been working hard on their technology topic – Investigating Carriers.  The children were set a design brief of desiging a paper carrier bag from one piece of paper.

To tie it in with the Royal Wedding celebrations, it had to have be a decorated to be a Royal Wedding souvenir.  The children investigated lots of different designs from shops and businesses, looked at the handles, the construction and the decoration and then planned and designed one of their own.

The results were excellent – really professional.  The children modeled them on the Royal Wedding fun day in school when they were all dressed up for a Wedding!

Mar 302011
 

In our music lesson last week the boys and girls in P6a got the chance to make music. After making lots of noise they came up with these great sounding musical patterns!

They used lots of different kinds of instruments. I wonder if anyone can correctly identify all of them!

Neve’s group:

Neve’s group

Darren’s group:

Darren’s group

Chloé’s group:

Chloe’s group

Dominic’s group:

Dominic’s group

Erin’s group:

Erin’s group

Alisha’s group:

Alisha’s group

Greg’s group:

Greg’s group2

Mar 302011
 

A lady from France came into our class to teach us some more about our French, her name was Mariam . She spent an hour with us talking French! She taught us more about or colours and we all got fake french names to learn. We had to walk around the class, meet people and have a conversation in french(including our fake french name and age.)

We also learnt about France and she said if someone draws France quickly it is the shape of a hexagon (if you draw it on paper.) It was really interesting and I didn’t realise I knew so much french!

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