- Friday 15th March –Year 5 Market Day
- Monday 25th March – LEAP visit
- Friday 29th March (evening) – International Food Fair
- Friday 5th April – Ching Ming Festival (school closed)
- Friday 12th April (12pm) – Break for Easter
As part of the Year 5’s Big Business unit, the children will have an opportunity to purchase some of the amazing handmade goodies that the Year 5 children have created in their business groups. On Thursday afternoon the children will have the opportunity to browse the market to see what they would like to buy on the Friday and gauge an idea of how much money they will need to bring. Please talk to your child about this and discuss the items they would like to buy. We are also asking the children to bring their own shopping bag on Friday so it is easy for them to carry their purchases.
Message from BHS student Council
Five ways to wellbeing logo competition
This week we have launched our Student Council logo competition for the 5 Ways to Well Being. You are challenged to design a logo for one of the 5 ways. Click here to see our google slides that have all the information. Please have all your designs given to Mr. Thompson by Friday 22nd March. Have fun!
As part of our new Unit of Inquiry, we would like the children to bring in an old white shirt, preferably adult size. The children will use the shirts as a ‘lab coat’ as part of their forces unit. Please note, the children will be using the old shirts to write new vocabulary on.
In order to support the Year 1’s preparations for Sharing Day, Year 3’s Mandarin lesson on Thursdays will be switched to Fridays from the week of 29th January for six weeks.
Brody, Ryan and Muchan in Year 6 are organising a Book Drive to help spread our love of reading. The Sony Corporation will collect books to create mobile libraries in South Africa for schools that do not have enough books for children to read. If you have books that are:
Please send them to school. There will be a collection box in the school foyer from Monday 21st January. Any books you can donate will help spread the enjoyment of reading.
Old Electronics Collection
Mr Lowe and Ms Mak are hoping to collect old electronic or battery operated items and toys that have moving parts that are no longer needed as part of our Makers stock. If you have anything you can donate please send it to school and put it in the collection box in the foyer labelled Old Electronics.
Lunch forms can now be collected from Ms Anna at reception for new registrants.
Year 3 Playdate Database
Arranging playdates to help your children develop their social skills were a major discussion points this week at parent consultations. Please find linked below documents to parent/ guardian contacts for children in Year 3, feel free to utilise them to help organise playdates for your child. The documents are free for you to edit so please make sure you read the important information on the top of the page before you add your contacts in. Please be mindful of others and only edit your contacts.
BHS Lunchtime Experiences: A message from our Student Council
At BHS we have lots of great clubs which our students really enjoy so Ms Chung challenged us to create even more! As the student councillors we interviewed our friends and classmates to find out their favourite clubs. We were wondering if any parents would like to help run these clubs? Do not panic! You do not need to be an expert or world champion, just enthusiastic and willing to help. This could be as an one off session or more, it is up to you. Please click on this google form to volunteer. The Student Council will then get in contact with you to organise the club. We will help with all the logistics such as venue, students and resources.
Thank you for any help you can give us.
The Year 3 children continued with their inquiry into forces and challenged themselves to use key words from Scientific inquiry when talking about the scientific process of fair-testing, changing variables and making hypotheses. The children also continued to collect key scientific terms for their lab coats and vocabulary booklets.
The children had lots of fun taking part in all the activities organised for Maths week! Ask your child to tell you about the scavenger hunt!
A huge thank you for making the your Child’s Student Led Conference a roaring success. It was wonderful to see the children take great pride in their work and speak so confidently about their targets and next steps. Well done Year 3, your teachers are very proud of you!
Scientists learn about forces and motion through the scientific process
The children will be inquiring into:
How forces affect the motion of objects (connection)
Types of forces (form)
The scientific process (function)
Next week, the children will continue with their investigations related to force and motion and discuss Newton’s laws of motion. They will also continue to build on their scientific vocabulary and record the definitions on their science coats or vocabulary booklets.
Data can be collected, organised, displayed and analysed in different ways
The children will be learning to:
- Collecting information
- Representing information
- Analysing and interpreting information
Next week, the children will continue with data handing and the ways in which data can be represented. The children will experience collecting data and filling in a table and representing the findings of the numerous experiments that they have designed and conducted in class as part of their unit of inquiry.
Next week the children will revisit narrative writing with a focus on word level. The children will explore different words to make interesting sentences.
Comprehension Strategy: Visualising
Next week the children will continue to learn to visualise to aid comprehension when they are reading.
Congratulations to these students for being awarded a Golden Book Certificate this week!
3M -Mona Chen
Children should bring their spelling journals home every day to practise their spelling words.
Mathletics passwords are in your child’s diary. The children should check their accounts regularly and complete any assigned tasks.