The children have been doing an amazing job this week, sharing their PowerPoints to their friends and family. The children have worked tremendously hard over past four weeks to add text, images, graphs, diagrams and animations. These features enhanced the quality of their finished PowerPoints. They have developed their ICT skills whilst consolidating their learning about the Rainforest. Well Done Dove Class!
Please help your child to learn this song
Powerpoint presentations to parents.
|Time||Monday 13th||Tuesday 14th||Wednesday 15th||Thursday 16th|
|2.05-2.10||Sidney and Boudewijn||Yousef||Alba and Deiderik|
|2.15-2. 20||Lara and Ronan||Ziv and Olivia|
|2.25-2.30||Madelief and Joy||Gregory||Elie and Angelina|
|2.35- 2.40||Frederique and Martha||Maxime and Oliver||Sam and Omar|
We have made a Powerpoint presentations to show our research on the rainforest. You are more than welcome to come and watch your child’s presentation.
Also please remember that it is our class assembly at 2.20pm on FRIDAY 17th October. It would be wonderful if you could come to watch it and show your support.
The children from Reception to Year Six enjoyed a fantastic trip to Slot Loevestein yesterday. They were treated to guided tours around the castle and were given magic keys to operate interactive learning displays within the castle and around the beautiful grounds. The children learnt lots and are going to share this information by making a class book during book week.
You may be interested to know that Slot Loevestein is holding a riddertoermooi on the 25 and 26th October. This is a fun day out for the whole family. Check out the website to learn more www.slotloevestein.nl
Each week, as part of our homework, the children in Dove Class have been asked to research a piece of news. This can be from anywhere in the world. The children then present their news article to the rest of the class. This gives the children the chance to develop their confidence in speaking aloud to an audience. It also improves their enquiry skills as they need to research the news article they want to present.
Mrs de Boer made this weeks news task even trickier by quizzing the children after they listened to each presentation.