Dear Parents …… Unit Overviews

We recently started new units of study in Reading, Writing and Math!

Click on the heading Unit Overviews (along the top of the Classroom Blog).  The menu will drop down so that you can choose  the subject you are looking for: Reading, Writing or Math to see what we will be doing in those units and ways that you can help at home.
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Dear Parents ……. ISA Results

Coming home tonight with your child are the envelopes containing the results of the ISA (International Schools Assessment) that all Grade 3, 5, 7 & 10 students sit earlier in the year.

You should have received an email from Mr Graeme Scott (Deputy Head of School) with the following information. If not, here is that information below regarding a parent information session being held on Thursday.

If you would like to know more about the ISA assessment, we will be holding a parent information session from 9:00 to 9:45am on Thursday 28th February in MPB3. During this session, we will provide you with some background information relating to this specific type of assessment, discussing what information it provides us with (and what it doesn’t) and how to interpret the scores. We will not be discussing individual student scores during the meeting but we are very happy to send you in the right direction if you wish to clarify anything about your own child’s results.

 

If you are interested in attending, please join us in the MPB3 near to the Middle School office from 9:00 to 9:45 on Thursday 28th February.

Dear Parents ….

Coming home today in your child’s backpack …….

  1. A letter with the details listed below about our Class Field Trip to the Snake Farm as part of our Structures of Life Science Unit
  2. A permission slip

On the dates indicated below, the third grade classes will be taking a field trip to the Thai Red Cross Snake Farm where they will be learning about the snakes that are native to Thailand.

Tuesday, February 19: Classes of  Mr. Palmer and Ms. Hellyer

We will be leaving ISB at 8:00 a.m. by bus and returning to ISB just after 12:00.

The students should wear their ISB uniform either the polo shirts or their PE clothes. They should have comfortable shoes and shorts for walking in. A packed snack and lunch, as well as a drink will be provided.

Children do not need to bring money.  They may bring a camera, but must be responsible for it.

Please return the permission slip below to your child’s classroom by Wednesday, the 13th of  February.

If you would like to be considered for parent-help on this trip (responsible for a group of students and traveling on the bus with us to and from the Snake Farm) please let me know via email, of your interest and availability.  Seats and numbers are limited.

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Dear Parents ……… Unit Overviews

It’s almost the end of Semester 1! Can you believe how quickly time has gone by?  Safe travels to those of you traveling over the “Winter” break!

Click on Unit Overviews at the top of our blog for Reading and Science to see what we will be working on at the beginning of Semester 2!  (You might be inspired with gift ideas for Christmas based on what we will be learning about in Reading and Science).  Our Math Unit Overview is not quite ready yet, but we will be learning about Equal Groups (Multiplication).

Dear Parents ……. Math Unit Overview

Next week we will begin a new unit of study in Math.

Click on the heading Unit Overviews (along the top of the Classroom Blog).  The menu will drop down so that you can choose  the subject you are looking for: Click Math to see what we will be doing in that unit and ways that you can help at home.

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