Good afternoon everyone,
Please join us tomorrow morning, Wednesday 1st August at 9am in our classroom (Room 20) for our Friendship Liturgy. All welcome!
Ms Pinneri and Mr Murray and the students of 5PP and 5CM
Just a reminder that tomorrow (Wednesday 4th July) is a shared lunch for 5PP and 5CM to celebrate the term together. We will be eating around 12pm so any hot foods can be brought to the classroom around that time. Please label any platters or servers that you would like returned.
Nadia Pinneri, Sara Pettet and Che Murray
5PP and 5CM have been busy over the past few days making products to sell on
Mission Day this Friday. We will be selling:
Stress balls $1 each
Friendship bracelets $1 each
Shrinkies 50 cents each
Take a look at us making the stress balls. A fun and messy task but we used our team work to create them and clean up the rice afterwards!
Today we completed the first component of NAPLAN online, the writing task. Students in 5CM and 5PP should be proud of their efforts today. Below is an outline of what we will be doing tomorrow, Wednesday 16th May (Language Conventions and Reading) and on Thursday 17th May (Numeracy).
Well done on a great start to the week 🙂
This Wednesday 21st March is National Harmony Day. It is a day where we celebrate Australia’s diversity and a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home.
Here at Holy Family, we will be celebrating Harmony Day on Friday 23rd March starting at 9am. Parents are warmly invited to attend the 4RG Assembly which will focus on celebrating our diversity and feature different cultural dances.
For this occasion, students are encouraged to wear traditional cultural clothing, orange or school uniform. Students are invited to bring a plate of food that represents their culture for a shared lunch in their classes. Parents and carers are also welcome to join their children’s classes in the shared lunch.
This Friday 16th March is National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. The National Day is Australia’s key anti-bullying event for schools; schools are called to imagine a world free of bullying. An important part of the day is to stimulate conversations around bullying and violence and where to seek assistance if students need it:
The website above has fantastic resources to support the work in bullying if you need.
Orange is the colour for the day so we have highlighted this throughout some of the activities planned for the day. One of the aims of the day is to bring additional awareness of bullying and violence and to start conversations with and amongst students.
Yesterday 5PP and 5CM spent some time in our school fish farm with Mr McCarthy and Ms Pinneri. We were able to explore the different fish species we have and read the notes about each type. We made connections between several Indigenous Dreamtime stories including Thukeri and Ponde with the River Murray.
This discussion led us to think of other elements of curiosity that we have about the River Murray, so we recorded our inquiry questions as a whole class. We are currently investigating one of the following questions that we have a personal interest in: