On 6th January each year, people in Spain celebrate Three Kings’ Day. Children wake up to find presents from the Kings, enjoy meals with their families and watch processions in the streets. After learning about how Spanish people celebrate Christmas and New Year, we made crowns!
As part of languages week, we’ve been learning ‘Heads, shoulders, knees and toes’ in Spanish!
Here are both classes, singing it a capella!
Ole! We looked estupendo in the colours of the Spanish flag for our Spanish-themed European Day of Languages celebrations today. We enjoyed a very busy morning taking part in a variety of Spanish activities. We were paired up with Year Two children and enjoyed:
Spanish dancing with Miss Burke!
Making Spanish fans with Miss Coggan!
Learning how to say “my name is” in Spanish with Miss Kingsley!
Making delicious, refreshing (non-alcoholic!) sangria with Miss Neil!
After lunch, we learnt about the annual bull run in Pamplona, northern Spain. We decorated bull masks and recreated the bull run in the playground!
Thank you to parents for helping your child to complete this week’s homework which was to find out a fact about Spain and put it into a sentence. Here we are reading our facts in front of the green screen!