Thank you to Ali Duffy and Shelley Ware for our final post of the year. However you choose to celebrate, we wish you a happy and safe holidays.
Did you know that families at Kew Primary speak over 20 different languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi, Persian, Korean, Hungarian and Thai, to name but a few! An amazing 41% of enrolments at Kew have a language background other than English. Continue reading
Thank you to Michaela Strelec for this week’s post on the art program –
The beautiful thing about art is how diverse and far-reaching its effects are.
During Term 4, students have worked with a variety of materials and tools.
In the first three to four weeks of the term, students were continually refining the essential building blocks of drawing. They learnt a variety of drawing techniques (hatching, cross-hatching, contour lines, stippling, blending and rendering), dependent on year level. Continue reading
Thank you to Ally Papoulis for this week’s blog entry –
In week four KPS participated in KidsFest. The Preps did an amazing job at organising and helping to run two very successful stalls. PCC and PAS ran a paper aeroplane throwing competition, and PBE and PAP ran a lucky dip stall.
The children worked hard making wrapping paper and paper planes leading up to the day, and incorporated their knowledge of money to ensure that they made happy purchases on the day. Continue reading
Thank you to Ruth Woolven for this week’s blog post –
Recently some classes have completed a library survey sharing what they have enjoyed in library this year. Many students stated they liked reading and borrowing books with Eva in 34K explaining further:
“That you are not forced to read a particular book.” Continue reading
On the 25th of October the year 5s and 6s participated in a speaking and listening night. A lot of preparation went towards running this event from both teachers and students. Continue reading
Thank you to Shenel Raif for this report on what 3/4S and 3/4J have been busy with over the last term.
Helpful or Harmful?
Students of Middle School have been asking themselves this past term a very big question, are we as humans helpful or harmful? Continue reading
Thank you to Madame Payne for her interview with KPS French Language Assistant, Mégane Lesuisse.
Madame Payne: You arrived at KPS to commence your French Language Assistant position at the start of this year. What motivated you to apply for the position?
Mégane: Australia has always been a dream for me since my early childhood. After finishing my master’s degree in English Linguistics and Language Acquisition, I wanted a gap year to fulfil this ever-present dream. Combining this traveling dream with my passion for teaching was just the perfect opportunity for me. I applied with little hope as there were only 11 positions available, but here I am! Lucky to be working in such a good school. Continue reading