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.
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.
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!
Have a look at The Village Blog to see us at today’s Cricket Clinic!
A few weeks ago, Siddha entered a science competition in which he created and made his own electro-magnetic Train. Siddha’s invention was so fantastic that the judges awarded him the winner and awarded him with a medal! Today, Siddha brought in his electro-magnetic train to share his learning with the class. Well done Siddha!
Have a look at our engaging learning in the Village today…
This morning we were joined by a number of grandparents, parents, family members and friends for Grandparents Morning. Together we engaged in a range of provocations that showed our family members our wonderful outlook on learning. It was fantastic to see so many family members engaging in our learning with us. We ended the fabulous morning with a shared morning tea.
Thank you to everyone that attended!
Jackson: I just make stuff for my grandma
Gurshaan: I showed my dad the turtles and he said that they were good
Grace: I liked meeting Annabella’s family
Ebony: I liked my whole family being here because I love my whole family
Elnathan: I liked playing with Lego with my dad
Alannah: I liked meeting Annabella’s grandma
Annabella: I liked showing my grandma and dad and uncle around the classroom. They liked the drawing best.
Siddha: i liked showing my family and my grandparents my painting of a rainbow
Savannah: I enjoyed having a photo with my family
Hudson: I liked doing the block corner with my grandma
Emily M: My speck of gold was drawing a picture for Miss Canala
Grace: My speck of gold was making a stress ball
Krish: My speck of gold was drawing a picture for Miss Canala and it had a rainbow
Gurshaan: My speck of gold was playing with the Lego
Siddha: My speck of gold was painting a panda
Ebony: My speck of gold is being a bucket filler
Jasper: My speck of gold playing football
Awan: My speck of gold was playing hair dressers
Ameer: My speck of gold was making a stress ball
Katrina: My speck of gold was making a stress ball
Elnathan: My speck of gold was making a picture for Miss Canala
Milania: My speck of gold was making the stress balls