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Posted 11/30/2018 12:11PM

Seesaw - 5 December, 6 pm

On Wednesday December 5, the Primary School will host an information session for Seesaw. We will start in Lars Ask at 6:00pm. Come to find out what Seesaw is, how it works, and how to get connected to your student's class via the Seesaw Family app. Bring your phone or other devices that you may use, and any questions you have. We will try to answer them all.


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Posted 11/28/2018 12:38PM

We invite you to this year's winter performance on Thursday 13th December, 18:00 in the Lars Ask. The theme for this year's performance is The Rainbow! PY4 will be representing the colour blue. It would be really great if students could start looking to see if they have any blue clothing at home that they could wear for the end of the performance (I'm hoping to create a giant Skagerak rainbow).

Students have also been allocated a part in the main part of the play. As with every other year there are no expectations for costumes. However, if you did want to prepare something for your child to wear it would be welcomed. They should all know what they are and have all been given their own copy of the script and song lyrics.

We are using plenty of time in school learning parts and lyrics, so it should be a colourful and exciting show to finish 2018. Please do get in contact if you have any questions about the performance or if you know your child will not be able to attend the performance.

Sa.sommerschield@skagerak.org

Many thanks, Miss Sommerschield

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Posted 11/20/2018 11:00AM

Rainbow Winter Performance

We invite you to this year's winter performance on Thursday 13th December, 18:00 in the Lars Ask. The theme for this year's performance is The Rainbow! PY6 will be representing the colour violet. It would be really great if students could start looking to see if they have any violet clothing at home that they could wear for the end of the performance (I'm hoping to create a giant Skagerak rainbow).

Students have been, or will be, allocated a part in the main part of the play. As with every other year there are no expectations for costumes. However, if you did want to prepare something for your child to wear it would be welcomed.

We are using plenty of time in school learning parts and lyrics, so it should be a colourful and exciting show to finish 2018. Please do get in contact if you have any questions about the performance or if you know your child will not be able to attend the performance.

Sa.sommerschield@skagerak.org

Many thanks, Miss Sommerschield


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Posted 11/14/2018 10:26AM

Mobile Phones

A friendly reminder that the Skagerak Primary School has a policy with student mobile phones:

If a student is bringing a mobile phone to school in grades PY1-6, it is for emergency or after school communication purposes, and it is to be kept in the students school bag for the duration of the day.

Mobile phones should not be used or heard during school time without teacher approval during approved times.

Inappropriate student use of phones, including cameras on the phones, will result in short-term confiscation until the end of the day.

Unfortunately, we have had some recent incidents with misuse of mobile phones during the school day and would appreciate parental support with this. As always, please contact the school at any time should you have any questions or concerns.

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Posted 11/12/2018 09:30AM

PY4 Update: Week 46

This week the school will be transitioning to a new communications platform to facilitate better and simpler connection with families. This new system is called Seesaw, and will be used to share ongoing classroom updates. It will replace our current blog. It will also replace the binder version of your child´s portfolio, providing real-time digital access to their projects. We will be sharing information (via email and hard copy) about how to access this new system. Please let us know if you have any questions or need assistance. We hope you Seesaw makes communication more streamlined.

UNIT OF INQUIRY

Sharing the Planet

People´s choices can help sustain the Earth´s resources.

  • What are finite and infinite resources.
  • How are the Earth´s resources used.
  • What are the consequences of our choices on the Earth´s resources.

We focused on our second line of inquiry: How are Earth's resources used. With the assistance of Ms Burke, DP teacher and a masters graduate in environmental, students learnt how natural resources are used to make manmade items. Over the next couple of weeks, students will be working on an individual project to track the materials used to make their favourite and most important everyday item.

MATHS

Our maths lessons continue to focus on strategies to help students with addition and subtraction, and pattern and function.

LANGUAGE

We continued to focus on the elements of paragraph writing and identifying the main idea when reading. We will continue to focus on various strategies to advance our writing and reading. Congrats to those students who submitted the Lorax assignment last week. We hope you had some interesting family discussions about deforestation and the need to protect our natural resources.This list of books that encourage young activists may prove to be good inspiration as you continue family discussions about saving the Earth,

HOMEWORK

  • November book report, due 30-Nov
  • Read 20 minutes each day
  • Complete Mathletics exercises
  • Complete Spellcity exercises

DIWALI

A big thank you to Sam for sharing a little information about his Diwali celebration and sharing some delicious food with us.


NOTICES

  • Please continue to collect bottle and jam lids for our recycling art project, which we will be working on shortly.

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Posted 11/05/2018 09:00AM

PY4 Update: Week 44

To help students achieve their personal goals they set for themselves prior to the student-led conferences, we have developed a display, highlighting each student´s goal. As students progress and get closer to achieving their goal, they will move up on the display. We hope this display will motivate students. Many students have made great progress already. Great work! Please talk to your child about their goals and review their progress with them. Such a discussion will offer additional inspiration, helping them to take ownership of their learning.


UNIT OF INQUIRY

Sharing the Planet

People´s choices can help sustain the Earth´s resources.

  • What are finite and infinite resources.
  • How are the Earth´s resources used.
  • What are the consequences of our choices on the Earth´s resources.

Last week we had a guest speaker visit and share their knowledge and expertise about global warming. Using what we learnt in previous lessons about cause and effect, students made the connection between human behaviour and severe weather. Exposed to extreme heat this summer here in Norway and across Europe during travels, students experienced the effects of global warming first-hand. Continuing our discussions about cause and effect, we discussed how the use of mimicry can solve problems related to the environment. We looked at the Dung Beetle Project, which emulates the dung beetle to clean up beaches. The class was fascinated by this concept! Be sure to ask them about it.


This week we will be focusing on our second line of inquiry: How are Earth's resources used. Ms Burke (DP Teacher) will be visiting PY4 throughout the week to share her expertise in this area. Students will be examining different everyday items and tracing them back to their original source.


MATHS

Our maths lessons continue to focus on strategies to help students with addition and subtraction, and pattern and function. Please ask your child about these strategies and help them apply them in everyday life, such as shopping for groceries. Several students transitioned to the next level in basic facts. Congratulations! Again, please remind your student that they should only be competing with themselves, and not comparing their level with their peers. Instead, students should focus on trying to improve their weekly score.

LANGUAGE

We continued to focus on the elements of paragraph writing. We will maintain our efforts in this area and apply those components during our writing this week. In reading, we continued to develop our inferencing skills and began to develop main idea strategies. We will continue to focus on such strategies as they help develop reading capabilities. Kudos to those students who completed their book report. Another one was assigned today, due at the end of November. Book reports help develop both reading and writing capabilities. To further foster language skills at home, you may want to consider Postcrossing, a project that allows you to send and receive postcards back from random people from around the world. A fun way to fill your postbox with something other than bills, while progressing learning!

HOMEWORK

  • Read the book (or watch the movie) The Lorax and answer these questions, due 05-Nov
  • November book report, due 30-Nov
  • Read 20 minutes each day
  • Complete Mathletics exercises
  • Complete Spellcity exercises

NOTICES

  • Professional development for staff on 09-Nov, no classes for students
  • Continue to collect bottle and jam caps for our recycling art project
  • Epic! online reading app class code: Adw9290

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Posted 10/29/2018 09:31AM

PY4 Update: Week 44

We had fun on spirit day last Thursday. Kudos to all students who wore their team colours and costumes. A special thank you to Ruben for building the axe, as special accessory, for our pumpkin for the class competition. We will finish carving and decorating our class pumpkin today. We feel very confident that we will take top prize during the judging on Wednesday, Halloween.


UNIT OF INQUIRY

Sharing the Planet

People´s choices can help sustain the Earth´s resources.

  • What are finite and infinite resources.
  • How are the Earth´s resources used.
  • What are the consequences of our choices on the Earth´s resources.

Last week students learnt about finite and infinite resources, and how they impact our lives. We will dive a little deeper into resources this week. We will also learn about climate change and how the choices made could help reduce the effects of climate change.

We are planning a special recycling art lesson using bottle caps. Please save all bottle and jar caps for your child to bring to class. We will notify you of the specific date. Until then, please collect as many different sizes as possible. Each student will require a minimum of 12 caps in various sizes. Milk, juice, jam and pasta lids are perfect! We are also collecting extras for the class.

As we look at how choices impact the Earth, we continue to remind students about how their actions impact others. Empathy is something we try to foster each day in our class. It is also one of the most sought after skills by employers, and is expected to continue increase in the coming years. Here´s an article that offers tips to raise an empathetic child.

MATHS

As our work with place value and number continues this semester, we will remain focused on teaching new strategies to help students with addition and subtraction. We will also be exploring number patterns and looking at finding patterns. We continue to do our weekly basic facts tests. Students are focused and improving each week. Please remind your student that they should only be competing with themselves, and trying to improve their weekly score. Let us know if you need a practice sheet for your child to work at home.


LANGUAGE

Last week we focused on paragraph writing, which we will continue to be a priority during this week´s writing lessons. In reading, students are learning various strategies. Last week, students learnt about inferencing. Students will continue to learn new strategies to help advance their reading. This week we will focus on making connections.

Many students enjoy reading using Epic! Our class code is Adw9290 should your child wish to use it at home.

We hope you are finding our new spelling programme simpler to manage. Should you have any questions, please email us.

HOMEWORK

  • Book report, due 01-Nov
  • Read the book (or watch the movie) The Lorax and answer these questions, due 05-Nov
  • Read 20 minutes each day
  • Complete Mathletics exercises
  • Complete Spellcity exercises

NOTICES

  • 09-Nov: Staff only; no classes for students


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Posted 10/23/2018 10:29AM

Fantasy Night, November 1st

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Posted 10/22/2018 04:44PM

Thank you for taking the time to attend our student-led conferences. We hope you found them useful and helpful. Here is an article that offers tips to practice social skills and nurture relationship-building abilities with your child..

Last week we had two students lose their teeth during snack on Friday. Congratulations Sienna and Brendan!


UNIT OF INQUIRY

Sharing the Planet

People´s choices can help sustain the Earth´s resources.

  • What are finite and infinite resources.
  • How are the Earth´s resources used.
  • What are the consequences of our choices on the Earth´s resources.

We began our new unit last week and assessed students´knowledge. We are diving in this week, and we will focus our learning on resources.

MATHS

We will continue our work with place value, and focus on multiplying and dividing by 10s,100s and 1000s. We will be working with solving word problems this week. We will also begin looking at different mental and written strategies for addition and subtraction.


LANGUAGE

Last week we learned about cause and effect in writing. Many students enjoyed creating cause and effect comics. Here is a copy of the comic strip should your child wish to create something at home.

We are changing our spelling programme to SpellCity. We believe this new approach will be easier for students to manage. It should also make homework simpler. The students have all been given their username and password details, which are glued into their planners. This week we have assigned a vocabulary list for the students to work with. The focus is on math vocabulary connected to number and place value. These words frequently appear in maths problems, and it is important to understand their meaning to be able to successfully solve the problem. The tasks assigned on spellcity are therefore connected to understanding the definitions rather than learning how to spell the words. Students are free to create their own lists of words to practise as well if they wish.

This article offers expert reading advice.

S.A.I.L

Liam, Erik and Matias participated in the pencil drawing course.


HOMEWORK

  • Read 20 minutes each day
  • Read the book (or watch the movie) The Lorax and answer these questions, due 05-Nov
  • Book report, due 01-Nov
  • Practice place value by completing Mathletics exercises, and playing the rounding games sent home last week.
  • Complete assignments on Spellcity

NOTICES

  • 09-Nov: Staff only; no classes for students

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Posted 10/16/2018 04:26PM

Introduction to the Recorder

Today during S.A.I.L students had their first lesson in playing the recorder, with Ms. Schafer.

What a magnificent display of musical talent!



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Posted 10/16/2018 12:31PM

PY3 fundraiser for UNICEF, Friday 19 October

Popcorn for kr 10 a cup!

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Posted 10/15/2018 03:04PM


This week in PY4

UNIT OF INQUIRY

Sharing the Planet

People´s choices can help sustain the Earth´s resources.

  • What are finite and infinite resources.
  • How are the Earth´s resources used.
  • What are the consequences of our choices on the Earth´s resources.

This week we will begin our next unit, starting with students´basic understanding of the issues. We are trying to secure several interesting guest speakers. Will will keep you posted of these events as we confirm.


MATHS

We will be building on our work with place value, a concept that students will constantly use in daily adult life. This week we will focus on multiplying and dividing by 10s,100s and 1000s. We will be applying our understanding of place value, and how the digits become ten times bigger, or smaller, depending on the operation each time they move one place. It is important for the students to try and have an understanding of this concept rather than just adding zeros. We will also start to work more with decimals. Many adults have math anxiety and panic when they are confronted with maths in daily life. This article details that the concept of "not a math-person" is a myth. This article details ways to instil a love of maths in your child.

LANGUAGE

We will continue to expand our knowledge of parts of speech, and then practice applying those rules in our writing. As we start our new unit, we will also transition to a new genre of writing: procedural. Procedural writing is used to detail specific steps to be followed. An example of this style of writing is a recipe. Students will learn the importance of "first, then, next and finally" when writing in this style.

HOMEWORK

On Friday, students received a book report assignment, which is due 01-November. Here is a copy if your child forgot to bring it home. Reports can be written for either English or Norwegian books.

  • Read 20 minutes each day
  • Practice spelling words (new words will be given tomorrow)
  • Practice place value by completing Mathletics exercises, and playing the rounding games sent home last week.

NOTICES

  • Student-led conferences are held on 17-Oct (students attend meetings). No classes or SFO for students. Here is the link to register, if you haven´t already done so.

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Posted 10/10/2018 05:25PM

Primary School Assembly

We will be having assembly this Friday, October 12th at 2pm in Lars Ask auditorium in the High School Building. All parents are welcome to attend. PY5 is the featured class presenting songs and work from their first unit of inquiry. Kindergarten K5 students will share a song. PY3 and PY5 also have songs to share. A few ELA students may also present poems they have written. We would love to see you there!

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Posted 10/08/2018 10:36AM


This week in PY4

Welcome back! We hope everyone had a relaxing break. To reconnect with your child as they return to school this week, try asking these questions, alternatives ways to asking "how was your day?"


UNIT OF INQUIRY

WHO WE ARE

Beliefs and Values shape who we are

  • Where do beliefs and values come from
  • What are the characteristcs of the world's major religions?
  • How personal beliefs affect the way individuals interact with other cultures

We had a wonderful day at the National Gallery in Oslo before the break, familiarising ourselves with how artists express their beliefs and values through their work. Wrapping up our first unit of inquiry, we will finish our identity boxes this week. Our next unit is "sharing the planet."


MATHS

In maths we will continue working with number and place value. We will continue working on estimating, an important skill in everyday life. We will continue practice rounding to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand to get the best estimate when finding a sum.

Place value activities are assigned on Mathletics for the students to work on at home to help reinforce what we have been learning in class.

LANGUAGE

We will continue to look at parts of speech this week. We will practice applying those grammar rules as we write the final copy for our unit projects as well as our narrative writing during language lessons. If you are looking for new, fun ways to practice spelling with your child, try this online version of hangman. This app allows students to input words from their weekly spelling lists.

HOMEWORK

We hope your child was able to participate in our reading challenge. Please return your form, if you haven´t already done so.

  • Read 20 minutes each day
  • Practice spelling words
  • Log in to Mathletics


NOTICES

  • Student-led conferences will be held on 17-Oct. Registration is now open. Please go online to schedule your meeting. Please note that both Mrs. O´Bryan and Ms. Taschner will be present at all meetings, so there is no need to schedule separate appointments.

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Posted 09/26/2018 05:04PM

Parent Conferences October 17th. Classes cancelled.

All classes (PY1-DP2) will be cancelled on Wednesday October 17th due to Parent Conferences that are scheduled for all three sections of the school – Primary, Middle and High School. In addition, SFO and after-school clubs are cancelled as well.

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Posted 09/24/2018 12:01PM

This week in PY4

UNIT OF INQUIRY

WHO WE ARE

Beliefs and Values shape who we are

  • Where do beliefs and values come from
  • What are the characteristcs of the world's major religions?
  • How personal beliefs affect the way individuals interact with other cultures

We continue exploring symbols as they relate to beliefs and values. We also had two guest speakers last week, including Sindre´s father, a pastor. Thank you Olav! While we have learnt about many different religions, we discovered that most beliefs, whether one believes in God or not, are based around the value of love and respect.

Tomorrow we head to the National Gallery in Oslo to understand how an artist´s values and beliefs impact their paintings. We are nearing the end of our first unit, and began planning and drafting our summative assessment projects. We hope to complete our projects, a personal identity box, before the break. As a reminder, each student will need a shoe box to create an identity box. Your child should bring in their box as soon as possible, if they haven´t already.


MATHS

In maths we will continue working with number and place value. We will be looking at how estimating is an important skill for everyday life, and how we can use rounding to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand to get the best estimate when finding a sum.

Place value activities are assigned on Mathletics for the students to work on at home to help reinforce what we have been learning in class.

LANGUAGE

Language lessons continued to connect with our unit of inquiry, writing and reading about values. This week our writing will focus on supporting our summative projects and creating our drafts of our personal value statements for our identity boxes.

HOMEWORK

Reading Challenge -- Students are encouraged to read over the høstferie by participating in this reading challenge. Awards will be given to the top readers. Children are welcome to read in either English or Norwegian. The advantage that students receive from reading 20 minutes everyday in comparison to that of minimal reading is noted in an info graphic in this article. Happy reading!


NOTICES

  • Class field trip is scheduled for 26 September. Please back at big lunch as we will be doing a fair amount of walking.
  • Høstferie begins 01 October. We return to school on 8 October.
  • Based on the great interest from her S.A.I.L. sessions, Ms. Taschner is starting a finger knitting club. The club will be held on Fridays during afternoon recess, starting after the break. Remember to bring your wool!

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Posted 09/19/2018 11:41AM

Forskerfabrikken

Skagerak International School hosts not only Forskerfabrikkens summer course but also courses held druing the evening throughout the school year.

Sign up for the latest course from Forskerfabrikken starting in November. Students in PY4-6 and MY1 will be introduced to the fascinating world of science. Through their own research and experiments they will learn about nature through biology, physics and chemistry. Sign up through Forskerfabrikkens webpage www.forskerfabrikken.no
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Posted 09/17/2018 01:59PM

This week in PY4

UNIT OF INQUIRY

WHO WE ARE

Beliefs and Values shape who we are

  • Where do beliefs and values come from
  • What are the characteristcs of the world's major religions?
  • How personal beliefs affect the way individuals interact with other cultures

We are well into our unit now, and students are have learnt about various religions and shared personal beliefs. We had a couple of guest speakers last week who shared their beliefs (and non-beliefs) about religion. We also considered how culture and traditions impact holidays, like Christmas. Students created venn diagrams to depict the similarities and differences between different countries´ traditions. On 25-Sep we are planning to visit the National Gallery in Oslo to understand how an artist´s values and beliefs impact their paintings. Permission slips went home last week.


MATHS

Passwords for Mathletics were sent home. Children should try to sign-in and practice maths a little each day, if possible. In class we will be continuing with our work on place value from last week.

LANGUAGE

Focusing on being reflective and caring, we wrote gratitude journal entries, highlighting positive elements of our day. We also continued to integrate our lessons with our unit. We read articles about the importance of symbols in are everyday life. Students also created a symbol to represent themselves, and we all had fun guessing the meaning of the symbols. Our unit will be our focus for our lessons next week, too.

HOMEWORK

  • Read 10-20 minutes each day. Here is a reading log to help log your child´s progress, a helpful and motivational tool for reluctant readers.
  • Practice spelling words.
  • Complete Mathletics exercises.

NOTICES

  • Friday, September 21 the MY student council is hosting a movie night for PY4-6. Cost is 30kr. Movie and times to be announced shortly.
  • Please return the field trip permission slip. Here is a copy of the form, should you need it.
  • We experienced some very rainy days last week. Please ensure your child has proper rain gear as we our outside two times each day, regardless of the weather.

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Posted 09/12/2018 04:08PM

After school clubs 2018-19

School clubs start from Monday 10 September.

Homework Club for our PY2 to MY4 students meets on Mondays 3:15-4:00 pm, Tuesdays 2:45-4:00 pm in the PY3 classroom. Kristina Unhjem, kristina.unhjem@skagerak.org, is responsible for the homework club this year.


The Math Club, lead by our principal Mr Tester, james.tester@skagerak.org, will be held in the PC Lab on Mondays from 3:15 to 4:00 pm - for all grade levels.


Our popular Chess Club is continuing and will be run by principal James Tester, in the PY4-5-6 hallway after school on Thursdays, 3:15-4:00 pm - for all grade levels.



The French Language Club for proficient speakers is meeting on Tuesdays at 2:45-3:45 pm in the PY4 classroom and is led by Emilie D F Bevand, emilie@bevand.com.



The Polish Language Club for proficient speakers will meet in the PY3 classroom on Tuesdays 2:45 pm to 4:00 pm. Justina Sliwinska can be contacted for details, justina.sliwinska@gmail.com. Start up depends on the number of students.


This year we are starting up with a German Language Club for proficient speakers. It will be held on Tuesdays from 2:45 to 4:00 pm in PY6. Contact persons are Pia and Lutz Lundberg, pia.lundberg1@gmail.com.


New this year is Brainobrain, a programme emphasizing concentration and mathematics skills. Please contact Brainobrain directly for more information and signing up: contact@brainobrainnorway.com. It is held in the PY5 classroom on Tuesdays 2:30-4:30 pm. There is a fee for this service.


Our Robotics Club is expanding and we will have Robotics on Wednesdays 3:15-4:00 pm for all students and for PY3 on Tuesdays at Primary lunchtime, 12:45-1:00 pm. Both classes are held in room 401. Mr Baragwanath, francis.baragwanath@skagerak.org, is still responsible for the club.


New this year is our Sewing Club - an exciting handicraft club, initiated by our Middle school students. It is held in the library on Mondays, 3:15-4:30. Please contact Lea Mathilde in MY2 for more information, lea.krapp@student.skagerak.org



Do you have any extra small jobs around the home or perhaps you need a babysitter? Our SFO supervisor Ms Carol King, has compiled a list of Middle and High school students interested in offering their services for a fee - please contact her at carol.king@skagerak.org.


Future Problem Solvers is back, run by Ms Schäfer. It is held in room 401 on Fridays from 8:00 to 8:45 am. Please contact Ms Schäfer for more information, lesley.schafer@skagerak.org.


Interested in the theatre? Either back stage or acting - do not forget Skagerak's very own Skagerak Playmakers. This year's production is Alice in Wonderland - see more details on their very own site webpage here.

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Posted 09/10/2018 09:15AM

This week in PY4

Thank you to the parents who attended the curriculum night. If you were unable to attend, here is a copy of the handout.

UNIT OF INQUIRY

WHO WE ARE

Beliefs and Values shape who we are

  • Where do beliefs and values come from
  • What are the characterisitcs of the world's major religions?
  • How personal beliefs affect the way individuals interact with other cultures

Following on from last week where the students brainstormed different major religions we will now start inquiring into the characteristics of major religions in more detail, and making comparisons of similarities and differences. The children will research both on their personal computers and using unit books we have in the classroom. We are also fortunate to have several guest speakers coming to the classroom to share their belief systems too.


MATHS

In maths we will continue working with place value. The students understand the different ways we can represent large numbers; standard form, written form, expanded form and scientific notation. This week we will consolidate this and begin exploring rounding large numbers. In connection with our unit we will inquire into the number of believers in each of the major religions and different ways we can visually represent these.

LANGUAGE

In language students wrote stories about their values and beliefs. Reading stories related to our unit, we were exposed to many new words. Our writing and reading will continue to connect with our unit this week, further helping to expand our vocabulary. Should you wish to further help your child expand and develop their language skills, here is an article explaining ways parents can support build a strong vocabulary in their child.

NOTICES

Library is on a Wednesday morning. Please remember books if you want to change them.

PE is also on Wednesday. It is not necessary for children to change if they are wearing loose fitting clothing that allows them to move easily.

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Posted 08/28/2018 05:04PM

A course for improving maths and concentration skills, PY2-MY2

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Posted 08/21/2018 04:47PM

Skagerak Day Volunteers

Skagerak Day is September 2nd and the Parent Council Event Committee is looking for volunteers to provide baked goods, and to assist in the cafeteria and grilling station. Please click on the link below for more information.


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Welcome to PY4

Ema O'Bryan

Contact teacher

Leslie Taschner

Contact teacher

Maya Holthe

Norwegian teacher

Sarah Sommerschield

Music teacher

Patrick Holmes

PEteacher

Bente Syvertsen

Visual Art teacher


    • WedDec19 Last day of school in December

      School ends at 12 o'clock. No SFO

    • ThuDec20 December holiday

      school closed 20 December to 4 January

    • MonJan07 School resumes

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