“In investigations I played in the block corner. I did Mr Parrot. I made a house. Emily broke it but I still build it” – Ethan J
“In investigations I played with Kai” – Leo
“In investigations I was playing mummy and daddy. I used Mr Giraffe” – Guneet
“My speck of gold was building a city”- Gurshaan
“In investigations I make a space ship. I used Mr Parrot” – Ethan B
“In investigations I played with the lego. I used curiosity to make a plane” – Jackson
“In investigations I played outside. I used outside and Mr Parrot to play rock, paper, scissors, shoe” – Milania
“In investigations I played with my friends and played outside” – Deeksha
“In investigations I played with my friends” – Grace
“In investigations I was playing with the lego with Ethan B, Gurshaan and Jackson. We were making mobiles” – Krish
“In investigations I was painting the love heart with Awan. It was collaboration” – Ameer
Have a look at our learning during investigations.
Today we explored our creativity and collaboration in Investigations. We worked together to learn and develop skills together. Learning from each other and from our experiences is the best way for us to learn and remember.
Milania: My speck of gold was playing with Poppie and Savv and going to play with our buddies
Guneet: My speck of gold was matching the colours of the counters
Gurshaan: My speck of gold was playing with the marble run
Deeksha: My speck of gold was playing with playdough and making a butterfly
Ravleen: My speck of gold was playing outside with my friends
Alannah: My speck of gold was playing with Grace and Annabella
Ethan B: My speck of gold was making a paper crown
Jaimie: My speck of gold was going outside and playing police
Grace: My speck of gold was playing with Annabella with sorting the counters
Ekmann: My speck of gold was playing on the play ground
Today we explored a range of Numeracy Investigations and connected them to our real life experiences. Investigations gives us an opportunity to make connections with our learning which in turn allows us to create a deeper, more authentic knowledge.
MUDLA encompasses an array of aquaria accommodating species from around the globe. The room also has a focus on mammals (so far already home to Spinifex Hopping Mice) and reptiles (already homing a blue tongue lizard). The children went to visit the new MUDLA room and the exciting additions. We also had Marron from Kangaroo Island join the HFCS aqua-life during the school holidays.
We explored and reflected in our learning journals. We cannot wait for all the learning opportunities that will take place here!
Welcome back to term four! We have an exciting term ahead with so much learning and fun to have! Check out the start to our term by clicking on ‘The Village’ blog.
Investigations in the Village
Congratulations to RGC and 6/7MS on a fantastic assembly today! The assembly was written, choreographed and all movies were made by the students. What an amazing job they did!
This morning the R-2 classes came together to celebrate St Francis Assisi. St Francis Assisi is the patron Saint of the animals. We were fortunate to have Father Sam conduct a blessing of the animals.
It was a great experience for the children to enjoy and express their love towards God’s animals.
“My speck of gold was playing cricket” – Milania
“My speck of gold was doing sport” – Deeksha
“My speck of gold was cricket” – Ethan J
“My speck of gold was cleaning the rubbish outside” – Ethan B
“My speck of gold was cleaning” – James
“My speck of gold was going to cricket” – Anoop
“My speck of gold was going to the playground” – Alexander
“My speck of gold was packing away with Aleda” – Lydia
“My speck of gold was doing cooking” – Awan
“My speck of gold was going to the playground” – Reuben
“My speck of gold was playing with my friends. Kai, Daniel, Reuben and even Jamie and Jordan and James” – Leo