Experiences of parsa school
In this page a will put the schools’s experiences of my son,Parsa, in a Dutch school. Because I used the Google Translator to translate emails and other relevant documents ,written in Dutch, to English, then maybe the grammar structure of text is not so fluent, shame on Google translate!
1-Experience title: IPC(International Primary curriculum) activity Start Date: Sep 2011 De Eglantier primary school, Delft, Netherlands
Life “.This unit is part of the International Primary Curriculum. This
curriculum is clearly stated what children put on three different
areas are learning – the learning objectives.
These areas are:
• The areas of the curriculum – Learning Objectives.
• Personal development – the characteristics which children
responsible and independent learners.
• International understanding – which will help children develop a sense
both the independence of their own country and culture, as the
interdependence between countries and cultures.Each unit is based on targets derived from the
learning objectives for one or more disciplines.
This unit focuses on geography, history, ICT, Technology and Society.We are learning all about how people around the world. The
Children will investigate what people have in common and what things
things are different. They are each other everything about life in their
homeland and start using human and other resources of all
learn about other countries.
The children are from all over the Netherlands and four other countries to learn.
While geography we go:
• much to learn about four different countries and the Netherlands
and we examine what people eat there and grow
• all about weather and climate, learning
• The climate in the four selected countries to study and how they live
• during a homework assignment where they will explore our
food comes from.
During history we go:
• to learn about important people in the countries we studied
and changes that are brought about by those people.
• a timeline for the Netherlands with information about how and
why the last one hundred years has changed
At ICT we go:
• use e-mail
• email to a friend (in) in another country and we write our life
compare with that of their
• types and whether they view ICTs around the world
• the good and bad sides to discuss ICT
• we examine how food and water are transported
• we make a raft to transport fish on
• we are going to discuss use of everyday products
• we examine how other children live in different countries
• we all about celebrations in other countries learn
During the international tasks:
• we the division between rich and poor in the world view
We continue here to consider the question why different places and
why people’s lives are different.
We are trying to figure out what the terms “developing” and
“Developed country” means.
All activities are written specifically for your child to help the learning objectives
achieve. The children start reading, researching, writing, illustrating, performing,
work alone and in groups. We keep the progress of your child
when using certain activities and the children to ask
explain their work and ideas – maybe even yours
We know you are interested in your child’s work. Try
work your child during this theme to discuss and if possible let them
also “teaches you give.”
If your child needs to investigate, you can help him / her, but let the kids do the work.
If you get the chance to express their interest in the ideas that emerge during this theme further to inflame, than to seize the opportunity – but your enthusiasm and interest is important.
We hope your child at the end of this topic has learned a lot.
And we hope you enjoyed your child to have seen work with enthusiasm. If you have comments or questions about the work of your child, please contact us.
2- Experience title: International week date:19 Sept 2011 to 23 Sept 2011
As you probably already have seen standing on the calendar, next week we have an international week. During this week, every mile post indulge in another continent. The main purpose of this week is to examine the similarities and differences between continents.
Below is an overview of the various programs.
The EY (toddlers): Africa
– The pupils learn to know the wildlife that live in Africa and mimic their habitat after the sand table.
– Students learn by counting the wildlife and the good symbol to be found.
– Students learn by using the globe and world map where Africa is.
– Students dance to music and sing songs about ritimische African animals.
– Students listen to African animal stories.
Students may take this week wildlife hugs.
MP 1 (Group 2 / 3, 3 and 4): Europe
– Students learn the differences and similarities between the various festivals in Europe. Also, we learn that Prince’s Day belongs to the Netherlands.
– The students receive information on the different European countries.
– The students are introduced to various folk songs.
– Students learn different English traditions in the English class.
– The students learn an Italian dance.
– The students are acquainted with the geography of Europe.
– We meet the different tastes of different products from Europe.
MP 2 (group 4 / 5, 5 and 6): United States
– Students learn that there are differences and similarities between food, nature, traditions, music and clothing in the United States and the Netherlands.
– The students receive information about the main religion in the United States: Christianity.
– Students are introduced to typical American sports during gym class.
– The students learn an American dance.
MP 3 (years 7 and 8): Asia
– Students learn that there are differences and similarities between religion, food, nature, tradition, music and clothing in Asia and the Netherlands.
– The students get information about different world religions.
– Students can together produce a newspaper about nature and landscape.
– In music, pupils can identify the differences between tracks from different Asian countries.
Important information for the coming week:
All children are allowed on Monday, Sept. 19 dressed in costume to school or the colors of the flag / national colors of a country of choice.
On Friday, September 23, the closure of the international week. You are welcome to this day in all classes to come and watch. You can see what the kids about the different continents have come to know. At 15.00 hours the doors will open and guide your child during a quest by all groups. In each group there are two questions.
Do you have items that fit the theme (such as clothing, rags, masks, musical instruments, books, etc) then they are certainly welcome in this international school week.