Year 4 – Cabeza, hombro, roddilla y pie

Year 4 have learnt how to sing, Head, shoulders, knees and toes in Spanish! How clever are we? Check us out on this blog! Can you join in with these children and sing this in Spanish? GD – Using the vocabulary below, can you write your own song similar to ‘cabeza, hombro, rodilla y pie….’ […]

El Cafe in Year 5

Year 5 have used all their learning about food and drinks in Spanish lessons and applied this to a real-life scenario! We created our very own Spanish cafe and the children were asked to order their selections in Spanish! They did really well – well done Year 5! Can you remember how to order food […]

Year 4 – Guess Who?

Year 4 have been learning the names of parts of the face. They have now started to write simple descriptions of different people. This week we played ‘Guess Who?’ in our Spanish lesson and did really well. Can you all have a go at the game ‘Guess Who?’ by choosing a character and writing a […]

Year 3 – Spanish Greetings

Year 3 have been making excellent progress this half term in their Spanish lessons. They learnt how to say hello, good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good bye in Spanish. They used Puppet pals to showcase their learning. Here are their videos. After watching these videos can you tell me what these words mean: […]

Year 4 – La Cabeza!

In Year 4, we have begun to learn the names of parts of the face in Spanish. I have added the vocabulary on this blog so that you can practice and revise until next weeks lesson. Can you write down what the words above mean in English? Challenge – Can you write simple sentences for […]

Spanish Artist – Pablo Picasso!

Today I would like you to research the famous Spanish Artist Pablo Picasso. Please create a Fact-file about the life and works of this famous artist. Remember to include information on his Early life, his different styles of art, his famous paintings or pieces of art and also other interesting facts.

Year 6 – The Spanish Alphabet Poems!

Year 6 have had the opportunity to learn the Spanish Alphabet. They have learnt that the Spanish alphabet letters sound different to the English Alphabet. They have also learnt that the Spanish Alphabet has more letters than the English – 29 in total! We wrote rhyming couplets for the Spanish alphabet to be able to […]

Year 4 – Language Detectives

As language detectives, this week,  we have used what we know to work things out and find out more about languages. Your task for the rest of the week is to continue being language detectives and look out for different languages you hear (friends, restaurants, adverts) or see (packaging). Keep a note of your findings […]

Year 5 – Counting in 10s in Spanish

The children have been learning how to counting to 100 in Spanish. This week they were challenged to count in multiples of 10 – watch the video and see how good they are! Can you try to count up in multiples of 10s in Spanish? Can you also challenge yourselves and count up in multiples […]

Year 5 – Los Numeros 1-100

We have been learning the numbers 1 – 100 in Spanish. Next week I will challenge you to count up in multiples of 10s, 5s and 2s in Spanish! To prepare you for this I have added some videos on the blog so you can revise the numbers and be ready for next week! Can […]

Year 3 – Months and Birthdays!

Year 3 children have worked really hard this half term and developed their Spanish speaking skills. They learnt the names of the months and the numbers to 31. This supported them to be able to share when their birthdays are in Spanish and also to be able to ask others when it was their birthdays, […]

Year 5 – Mi Clase!

Year 5 did a fantastic job at translating a Spanish description of a classroom. They used the model shared in class, as a basis, to write their own versions. What do you think of our descriptions? Can you understand them? What are the children saying? Can you write all the key vocabulary down that you […]

Year 6 – Spanish School Timetable

Hola Clase! Today I would like you to research what a typical Spanish school day consists of. What is their school timetable? Use the links on the White Board to find out the information and add it to the blog in the form of a report. Make sure you include subheadings. You could add some […]