Hinchley Wood Spanish - Progress Report
CLUB HINCHLEY WOOD SPANISH
TEACHERS LUPITA PERKINS (Reception) PALOMA CRESPO
TERM SPRING 2019
Learning a language is a lifelong commitment.
Our aim is to ensure children understand and learn to love the Spanish language and to gain good
listening and speaking skills. We use lively role play, games, bingos, songs and activities to make the
Spanish culture both enjoyable and memorable.
It is a pleasure to teach your children and I hope they enjoy as much as we do. If you have specific
questions, please send an email to email@example.com
TOPICS COVERED THIS TERM
We started the term by celebrating the Epiphany. In Spain on the 6 th of January children await for the
three Kings who will bring them presents. The children wait for them in the street as they arrive in a
procession/ “la cabalgata”. Naughty children would receive carbón/ coal instead of presents.
We reviewed Los números (numbers) 1 to 10 (reception) and 1 to 20 ( Y 1 to Y 6). “Los colores” (the
colours ) azul claro/oscuro (light / dark blue), rojo (red), amarillo (yellow), verde (green), naranja
(orange), blanco (white), negro (black), marrón (brown), gris (grey), rosa (pink).
We have been learning “Las frutas” (the fruits) manzana (apple), naranja (orange), uvas (grapes), plátano
(banana), pera (pear) and fresa (strawberry). ¿Cuál es tu fruta favorita? (What is your favorite fruit?) .
“Me gusta la pera” (I like the pear), “No me gusta la naranja” (I do not like the orange), the same with the
Also La familia : “El padre” (the father), “la madre” (the mother), “el hijo” (the son), “la hija” (the daughter),
“el bebé” (the baby), “el abuelo” (the grandfather) and “la abuela” (the grandmother).
“Me llamo…(my name is…), mi mamá se llama… (my mum´s name is…)”
Reception: We learnt as well “Buenos dias”, “buenas tardes”, “buenas noches” (good morning, good
afternoon, good night).
Songs: “Hola amigo” (hello friend)
“Los colores” (the colours)
FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER THE FOLLOWING TOPICS
Year 1 to year 6
Carnaval (carnival) a big party where people dress up in costumes and dance in the streets. We’ll see
some flash cards of carnival costumes like “rey”, “reina”, “pirata”, “mago”, “abeja”, “gato” ( king, queen,
pirate, magician, bee, cat).
Partes del cuerpo (parts of the body): “cabeza” (head), “hombros” (shoulders), “piernas” (legs), “brazos”
(arms) “rodilla” (knee), “pie” (foot). Also “Partes de la cabeza”: “ojos” (eyes), “orejas” (ears), “boca”
(mouth), “nariz” (nose), “pelo” (hair).
Los animales (the animals), “perro”, “gato”, “pez”, “pato”, “rana” (dog, cat, fish,rabbit, frog). Children will
mention what “mascota” (pet) they have and what is their favorite animal.
Dia de la madre y Pascua (mother’s day and Easter). We’ll talk about them and we’ll make a card.
Carnaval, Partes del cuerpo , números 11 to 15, Dia de la madre y Pascua.
Song: “Partes del cuerpo” (parts of the body).
“Los patitos” (the ducklings)
ALL TERM DATES AND REPORTS ARE ON THE WEBSITE www.childrensclubs.com .
Please remember that we expect half a term’s notice if you are not continuing.
We look forward to seeing you next term to continue your lifelong journey in Spanish.