Friday, 15 June 2018

Weekly Learning Review - Week Ending: 14.06.2018

Weekly Learning Review
Class:  Year 2                                  Week Ending: 13th June
Literacy
This week students have been practising their grammar and spelling
·          Recognizing where to put speech marks and that a sentence can have more than one pair of speech marks
·          How prepositions are important and how we can identify them
·          Picking out important details from a text to answer questions
·          Recognizing the difference between ‘ch’ and ‘sh
·          Practising their use of verbs and adjectives

Mathematics
Revision
·         Students have been practising 3-digit addition and subtraction with regrouping
·         Rounding up to the closest ten
·         Place Value
·         2 times table
·         Distinguishing patterns in numbers
·         Telling time

Science
Circuits;
·         Students have been practising labelling circuits
Humanities
Geography (the ocean)
·         Students have learnt about the Mediterranean sea and what countries are linked to it
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education
feelings
·         What makes me happy and what makes me sad
·         What can we do to make sure that others are happy
Contact
Miss Remmi  rabozaid@ise.edu.eg


Thursday, 7 June 2018

Weekly Learning Review -Week Ending: 7th June

Weekly Learning Review
Class:  Year 2                                 Week Ending: 7th June
Literacy
This week students have been learning how to extract information from texts
·         Students practised their use of full stops, exclamation marks and question marks.
·         Students practised using their 5 senses in creative writing
·         Students were asked to find grammar mistakes in a paragraph
·         Students practised using adjectives and verbs


Mathematics
Place Value
·         Find the place value of 3-digit numbers
·         Adding 3-digit numbers together using columns
·         Finding the missing number in an addition using subtraction
·         Practising the 2 times table
Science
The Earth and Beyond;
·         Students were taught how some countries have night time while others are still daytime
Humanities
Geography
·         Students have learnt about King Henry and his wives
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education
Relationships
·         What does friendship mean
·         Why it is important to have friends
Contact
Miss Remmii  rabozaid@ise.edu.eg
Mr Hesham  helzorkany@ise.edu.eg


Friday, 1 June 2018

Weekly Learning Review - Week Ending: 31st of May 2018

Weekly Learning Review
Class:  Year 2                                  Week Ending: 31.5.18
Literacy
This week, students have been developing their understanding of  film and that each film provides us with a lesson.
·          Students watched the film ‘Inside Out’ and then they were asked to write down any words that they heard that they did not  understand
·          To strengthen the student’s speaking skill, they were asked to verbally recount what they learned from the film
Mathematics
Multiplication
·         Students have learnt the 3 and 2 times table by heart
·         Students can find the missing number in a multiplication (2&3)
·         Students understand how multiplication works

Science
Students have learnt how some places have night and some places have day because of the sun
Humanities
History
·         Students learnt about the Great Fire of London 
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education
Feelings
·         The students watched the film ‘Inside Out’ which shows how if we hide our sadness it will make us feel worse
Contact
Miss Remmii rabozaid@ise.edu.eg


Saturday, 26 May 2018

Weekly Learning Review - Week Ending: 24 May 2018

Class:  Year 2                          Week Ending: 24 May 2018
Literacy
This week students have been exploring new vocabulary
·          Recognizing that the ‘ie’ letters can make a long ‘e’ sound and a long ‘i’ sound
·          Students improved their skill of finding information in a text in order to answer questions
·          Students practised their use of question marks and full stops
Mathematics
Word problems
·         Students can round up two digit and three-digit numbers to the closest ten with out a scale
·         Students were given a mix of word problems and they had to work out whether it was an addition or subtraction problem
·         Students practised with halving 3-digit numbers
·         Students can now do subtraction with regrouping
Science
Children were shown a video about the solar system; to give them a better idea about how our planet works
Humanities
History
·         Students learnt about King Henry
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education
Feelings
·         What makes me angry
·         What could I do to make calm myself

Contact
Miss Remmii  rabozaid@ise.edu.eg



Thursday, 3 May 2018

Weekly Learning Review- Week Ending: 3 May 2018

Weekly Learning Review
Class:  Year 1                                  Week Ending: 3rd May 2018
Literacy
This week students have been practising their use of nouns and pronouns
·          Recognizing the difference between nouns and pronouns
·          Children identified nouns in sentences
·          Children were asked to develop their fictional story based on what they have learnt
·           Children were given sentences with the wrong pronouns and were asked to correct them

Mathematics
Subtraction
·         Students were given simple subtractions in order to refresh their memories
·         Students were given addition and subtraction word problems to see if they can identify whether they needed to add or take away
·         Children learnt how to identify missing numbers subtraction problems
Science
Children were given different sets of circuits and were asked to guess which one worked and why do they think it would work.
Humanities
Geography (the ocean)
·         Students learnt about the continents of the world and which continent we lived on.
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education
Thoughtfulness
·         How to be thoughtful and considerate
·         Why are these important traits
Contact
 Miss Remmii  rabozaid@ise.edu.eg
Mr Hesham  helzorkany@ise.edu.eg