Today in our library lesson, a few students wanted to read to the class. A very inspiring read from Luka and Shylah of the book ‘Say Something’.
We had the pleasure of a visit from 3IB and 3JM to showcase our Genius Hour projects. A few students chose topics related to music and instruments, which led to a solo and group performance of ‘Riptide’ and ‘Happier’.
Such a great way to start the morning with the students 🙂
Today our buddies got to witness our wonderful learning showcase. We displayed a range of different topics from Greek Mythology and ancient Egypt to animation and space. What a wonderful learning experience had by all involved! Congratulations to 5/6 ND NP for your wonderful work!
Just a reminder to families that tomorrow (Friday 5th April) is HFCS SPORTS DAY!
Please ensure students are in school sports uniform (or a full colour t-shirt of their house colour)
Students are to have their lunch BEFORE arriving to school.
Students are to bring a full drink bottle and school hat.
Please arrive at school between 11:30am-11:45am (the bell will ring at 12pm for students to come into class)
We will walk over to Creaser Park (Lavender Drive) as a whole group after we have completed the roll call
We are looking forward to a fun-filled day, hope to see you there!
Click the links to see some video excerpts from the debates….
Yesterday we had the pleasure of a visit from SAPOL, officer Cassie, who was very informative and connected with our students about keeping themselves safe online. Such topics discussed were:
Username and password – keeping this private and confidential
Online games – using single player mode
Social media apps – under 13 years is under age by the law
Friend requests – do not accept requests from people you do not know
Information sharing – keeping the content of photos private
Privacy settings – ensure your account’s setting is on private
Students viewed Cassie’s presentation, which was based on the resources of the following website:
Students and family are encouraged to check out the website and its many resources to help them keep safe online now and for years to come.