We had a short but busy week here at HFS with plenty of learning and discovery taking place.
In maths, we got to grips with fractions. The class took to this very well and by the end of the week everyone was comparing fractions, adding fractions, subtracting fractions and finding equivalent fractions with ease.
In English, we learned how to use the passive voice which we later put to use in our non-chronological reports. The children also got an opportunity to develop their word processing and design skills as they typed up their reports.
In IPC, we continued our new topic, ‘Building a Village’. We learned about why settlements were created in certain locations and we compared different sized settlements with each other.
We also took on the role of historians, using primary sources to explore the history of Ulsan.
In P.E, we started our unit on fielding games beginning with cricket while in music we moved from our work on rhythm to composing our own music using only our hands as instruments.
Finally, we were sad in Year 4/5/6 this week to see our classmate and friend, Dhanya, leave the school. We wish Dhanya a safe trip home and all the best in her new school. You will be greatly missed.
Have a great weekend everyone!