Thank you to Sophie Apperly for this week’s post about the Junior School excursion to the SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium.
As part of the Junior School’s Geography Inquiry Unit – “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” the Year 1 and Year 2 students ventured into the city for lunch by the Yarra at Batman Park and then to the ‘Save our Seas’ program at the SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium. Continue reading
There’s lots to learn in your first one hundred days at school! The Prep team tell us a little about how they marked the occasion.On Tuesday 25th July the Preps celebrated their 100th day of school! We all celebrated the milestone by making some 100 themed crafts, having a dance party and having a parade to show off all the creations. Continue reading
On Thursday 15th June Kew Primary School celebrated C.A.R.E. Day. We focused on A for Achievement.
We sat in the gym and listened to Don Elgin our guest speaker. He spoke about his achievements and even though he was born with one leg, a heart condition and fingers that were clutched and stuck, he never gave up. As a kid he loved playing footy and riding a motorcycle. Later he became a great athlete and went to many Paralympic Games. He showed his prosthetic leg. One of his greatest achievements was when he learnt to skip when others doubted he could ever do it. Continue reading
At Hays Paddock on the 25th May eight schools competed at the Kew District Cross Country. It was a calm, cool day with no rain, prefect conditions for running. This event was a great celebration of endurance running and sportsmanship. All competitors shook hands at the start of the race and wished their rival runners all the best for the run.
Parents from all schools were dotted around the course at checkpoints. This ensured that the runners were safe and cross country rules are enforced. The parents cheered all the competitors along, which I am sure helped spur on a few runners through some tough moments of their race. Well done to Kerry Lomas who was on the bike for all races, leading the runners around Hays Paddock. Continue reading
Don’t freak out Prep parents, but can you believe we’re almost halfway through the year?! As the kids will tell you, they’ve managed to pack a lot in to their first few months at Kew Primary – Continue reading
The Year 2 students were asked to reflect about their learning in their first 50 days at school. They used The Blob Tree.
It’s one of the most anticipated events on the Year 6 calendar and some students share their thoughts on leadership ‘on four wheels’ –