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In Kindergarten we have been learning:
Haruto in K1G said, “I liked throwing a wet sponge at Mr
Anika in K2Y said, “I want to be a K2 Yellow teacher at
In K1 we have . . .
Ryo in K2G said, “I will have 6 kids when I grow up”.
Been continuing our reading program.
Made our Kites and we went outside to fly
Been getting ready for K3 Graduation.
Made helicopters and flown them.
Learnt some new songs in Japanese Lesson.
“Ahchooo!” said K3 Yellow as they closed the class for
In K2 we have . . .
Looked at how animals grow.
Made a flower garden.
Learnt about a new sport (field hockey).
Made our very own books.
Learnt about life cycles and made a butterfly
life cycle poster.
Looked at how animals are born.
This will be a wonderful and emotional Ceremony for many next
week. As parents know, we start for 9.30am. We have put much
effort into the order of events. Parents will have programs for the
Ceremony which also have the words to songs. We will only invite K1,
K2 and G1 children. The reason for this is to ensure that parents are
not too far back in the hall and have a good view of proceedings.
Please remember to bring your cameras and tissues! Although the
school will be professionally photographing the ceremony, I am sure
that you want to take your own photos and other recordings.
In K3 we have . . .
Studied the book ‘Grandpa and Thomas’ by
Written reports on the bazaar.
Practiced our public speaking skills in
preparation for the graduation.
Continued to enjoy our music classes with Mr
Songs we are learning.
K1 Green has had a wonderful time
learning many new songs with Mr
Edpalina, such as ‘I dropped a letter”’.
They have also they have being learning
how to dance to high and low notes.
For K1 Parents can you start bringing a large paper bag with
your child’s name on it so we can start giving their work back
The school has a few spare year books if anyone is interested
in buying them?
Some very happy K1 Green students, showing off their
Curriculum Corner! Why not explore this website with your child for fun English activities?