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Today, we were locating towns of Spain on the map. Children created a poster with some of the major towns of Spain and identified their location.

Find out where you would like to go on holidays next summer!

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Children in Y5 were learning to name school subjects and also they added opinions. Now, kids can say which is their favourite subject .

e.g  Me encanta el espanol y  me gustan mucho las matematicas.


What's your favorite subject in school? - ¿Cuál es tu materia favorita? by Calico Spanish

Now we can say what time it is in Spanish. Kai created a flower to help us to say the time confidently.


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Today, we compared traditions at home and abroad. Chn in Y5 researched on the internet about The Running of the bulls in Spain, the Palio di Siena in Italy and the Royal Ascot horse race in England. We saw that these festivals had some points in common and that people all over the world are not so much different from us as we can think. Enjoy these videos!

Fiestas san fermin, san fermines, fiestas Pamplona. Cómo se celebran.

Palio di Siena 2 Luglio 2015

vince la contrada de La Torre

Story telling - Little Red Riding Hood- Caperucita roja 


Today, we joined a story telling in Spanish.  We chose  Little Red Riding Hood - Caperucita Roja and we used our English skills to perform a short text in front of the class.

Try to practise watching or reading  bilingual tales to be more fluent in Spanish.


Caperucita Roja

Cuento de la Caperucita Roja contado en español, con subtítulos (en español).

Children talked about their next holidays and used future tense  in Spanish:  En mis vacaciones voy a ir.....They pretended to be interviewed by a journalist from a prestigious magazine after winning a game show and talked about their plans for their future holidays and what they are going to pack into their suitcase.

Welcome back to school !  

Children in Langley Primary school are starting to use basic greetings and asking and responding some basic questions in order to be able to manage in a short dialogue with their Spanish friends. Check out some of these videos to refresh their memories....also parents could learn a few words in Spanish!  


Good luck!

Children in Y5  drawn their own family members and labelled them in Spanish. We played games with Victor the alien, who introduced us his family tree, and we assessed our reading, listening and writing skills.


Remember to use at home to play games and practise not only Spanish but any other language. Linguascope now is free for all children at Langley Primary School.  All children  should have the passwords. Any queries ask Mrs. Garcia, please.

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Y5  has prepared a powerpoint presentation to introduce a famous family, saying their names and describing their relatives. Also, we played games using Linguascope.

Remember to use this amazing website to practise and to assess  your kids in any topic. Go to 'final exam' and you could have even a certificate assessing all your skills.

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Chn in Y5 have learnt a special song to name body parts. Also, we  have labelled some pictures and making a robot with its body parts.

Try this song at home, it is really funny!

CABEZA HOMBROS RODILLA Y PIE (Con Letra) canciones infantiles

itunes: del DVD: La Tortuga Manuelita, disponible en: y tambien en: - ademas en el: HAPPY DVD, disponible en: - y tambien en:

Today children have extended their knowledge of numbers in Spanish. We learnt numbers 1-100!

At the start, it seemed to be really difficult but we realised that if we added units to tens it was amazingly easy!  Try at home!

Los números del 1 al 100 en español para niños - Videos Aprende

Suscríbete: Con este bonito video puedes ayudar a los más pequeños para aprender a contar hasta 100 sabemos que es difícil contar todos estos números pero obtendrán un gran conocimiento, cada número esta de forma numérica y su escritura. Comparte este video para todos los niños aprendan a contar de manera muy fácil.

Children in the school have learnt about  Christmas traditions in Spain and what the children are doing during the Epiphany day ( the Three Wise Men's day). Also, we learnt the bilingual  song of Feliz Navidad to wish Merry Christmas to  our friends and family.

Moreover, children made postcards and decorations using Spanish greetings.

See the following video to get more information about Christmas in Spain.


Feliz Navidad.


Uploaded by Colegio Divina Pastora on 2015-12-10.

Children learnt to say to their Spanish pen-pals what  they like to do in their spare time. Children can talk about  their favourite hobbies and sports and how often they do these activities. E.g  Los lunes juego al fútbol  y todos los dias hago natación ( On Mondays I play football and everyday I do swimming ). 

What is your favorite sport? - ¿Qué deporte te gusta? - Calico Spanish Songs for Kids Copyright 2012. Kids Immersion, LLC Learn the names of popular sports and how to ask someone their favorite in this fun video! New vocabulary includes the words for soccer, basketball, running, swimming, ice-skating, and tennis. Clear vocals, on-screen text, and colorful illustrations ensure that students quickly acquire the vocabulary and phrases!

Mi rutina diaira- My daily routine. 


Children in Y5 are preparing a new letter for their Spanish Pen-pals in Spain and this time they have learnt to describe a typical school day in England so that children are able to explain at what time they wake up, have breakfast, go to school, have lunch or dinner and go to bed. 

Watch this bilingual video to practise songs at home. 

Un día de escuela. Learn the Spanish daily routines through videos and songs

Video and song to learn the Spanish daily routines at school for kids Visit to watch more Spanish videos and listen to Spanish songs for kids and children. We also have Spanish lnteractive games, worksheets and more resources to learn Spanish in a fun and easy way!

Spanish party end of the year. 


Children celebrated their learning at the end of the year by tasting Spanish food, making their own Sangria ( Spanish drink), playing a variety of games and dancing Spanish music. 


¡Viva la fiesta!