This year we have continued to learn a lot in Spanish. Our main highlight of the year has been having Señorita Roselló supporting us throughout the year. Students were very lucky to have the opportunity to play and learn new words and about the lifestyle of people in Spain. We sincerely thank her for her dedication and enthusiasm. ¡Muchas gracias!
Students loved all the Spanish and Latin American activities part of the Multicultural festival in March and the Celebration of Life in November.
We are so proud of the students who participated in the State-Wide Spanish Writing competition and to have Clayton from 1B being awarded with the of 2nd place! That is a great achievement! ¡Felicidades!
Congratulations to students who won the school competition! I hope you enjoy your awards and look forward to more achievements next year!
In Prep, one of the highlights has been filling our beautiful Language Passport. Students are looking forward to keep filling pages and recording their learning throughout our school years learning Spanish. Student also loved listening to The Very Hungry Caterpillar puppet story and making skull masks.
In Year 1 one of our highlights was listening to the story of Tico Tango, play with puppets and learning so many words about plants, animals and fruit.
In Year 2 we had many performances in which students taught the whole school community different songs about fruits, plants and more.
In Year 3 & 4 students liked learning about Antonio Gaudi and designing a mural using mosaics to display at school. Students also enjoyed learning about el Carnaval and making Orejas de Carnaval to eat!
In Year 5 & 6 some of the highlight were designing and dressing up wooden manikins and making ads for them. Students also liked learning about food and participating in many games about the topic. On of the best days in Spanish for Year 5 was the visit of students from Bethal Primary School and the Spanish Education Advisor Manuel Moreno.
Check out the different grade pages to see samples of our work and leave comments about your highlights!
What was your favourite part of learning Spanish this year?
What kind of activities would you like to do in 2016?
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