Term 1 Art

This term in art our we have been learning about Aboriginal art techniques. The students used symbols in their artwork to communicate their own story.

Book exhibition

This week the children of 2JW & 2CZ held a book exhibition within our classroom. Each child contributed a book for the exhibition. The children used sticky notes to highlight a section where they demonstrated “strong writing habits”.

This term our class has been working diligently and focusing on the process of what makes a good writer.

Week 6, Term 1

This week in Visual Art we experimented with the technique of cross-hatching. Below are some pictures of the class at work!


Week 5, Term 1

Below you will see some photos from our Week 5 Maths and STEM investigations.

Last week in Maths students investigated the most efficient way to count 100 pieces of macaroni. In STEM 2JW and 2CZ were challenged to build the longest paper chain, using only one piece of paper!

Week 3, term 1

We’ve had a massive week in 2JW & 2CZ. We were lucky enough to have Lisa Burman join our class for a writer’s workshop where our students explored ‘adding more detail’ to their books that they have been making.

Below you will see some photos from our science investigation where we unpacked living & non-living things. Children explored the school and found their own list of living and non-living things.

We finished our Friday afternoon with Play, Make, Do! Students were able to use their agency to explore a range of different stations. It was great to see students use their personal & social skills whilst interacting and solving g various problems!

Welcome to Term 1

Dear Families,

Welcome to 2JW & 2Cz’s class Blog!

We look forward to sharing snapshots of our learning with you all.

Over the past few weeks we have enjoyed getting to know each other through fun activities, such as the Marshmallow Challenge.  We have also learnt about the importance friendship by creating friendship dice, and reading Andrew Daddo & Jonathan Bentley’s book ‘Old Friends, New Friends’