Don’t forget tomorrow is a SHARED lunch.
If you’re bringing in hot food it would be great if that arrives by about 12.15.
All children are to bring their own fork and reusable plate.
Students can wear cultural clothes, red or their school uniform.
We look forward to celebrating tomorrow.
Next Friday 28th of September 6/7SM, along with our buddy class RGC, are presenting assembly to the school community. We hope to see you in the Hall at 9am to see our presentation.
We welcome you next WEDNESDAY 26th of September at 9am to our classrooms for a showcase of learning.
This term the students have been working hard to show their learning about an ancient world. The students are working on dioramas, creating food, computer presentations, letters and many other creative ways to show their learning. This has also been homework all term so hopefully you have already seen some of the learning your child has been doing.
To celebrate the learning that has taken place, each student will be set up Wednesday morning to present their findings to the wider community. We invite you the parents, grandparents and friends of the students and we will also be extending an invitation to other classes and members of staff around the school. Please share in your child’s learning but also take the time to look at what other student’s have done as well. We have some very creative students in the class!
We hope you can come along to share in your child’s learning journey.
We are celebrating the Moon Lantern Festival this Friday at school. You would have received a note last week to bring some food to share with the class at lunchtime. We also ask each student to bring their own reusable plate and a fork from home to reduce the waste of plastic plates and forks.
Many thanks for your support
This Friday is a casual day.
Could students please bring in pre-loved books, DVD’s, games or toys (not soft toys please).
All of the goods will be used to raise money for our annual Spring Fair.
Many thanks for your support.
Reading is always a focus within our classrooms.
Students have been actively involved with reading a novel last term and are continuing this term. Some of the novels we are reading are No Regrets, Hatchet, The Midnight Gang, The Twits and Onion Tears.
This term we are going to do a shared text alongside our reading program. The novel is called The City of Ember.
We started our reading today.
Perhaps you can talk with your child about their first impressions of the book.
This Friday, August 3rd is a casual clothes day if students bring in a Gold Coin Donation. The money will go towards some of the costs involved in Spring Fair.
This week is Reconciliation Week.
In the spirit of this we recognised the Indigenous people of our land through story today.
The book ‘Stolen Girl’ was shared with the class and the children were given the opportunity to reflect on the Stolen Generation.