Thank you to our librarian, Ruth Woolven* for her thoughts on sharing the reading experience –
A couple of weeks ago the Library opened after school for a Family Reading Afternoon. This was an opportunity for families to visit the Library and read together. It was wonderful to see parents and grandparents sharing stories and exploring the library collection with our students. 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’ –
Thank you to 3/4J for a look back on the highlights of term one and what’s ahead in term two –
Highlights Continue reading
Thank you to Lee-Ann Butchart for this week’s post – Continue reading
When I was at school, speculation about “what we’d be when we grew up” was confined to a large but relatively unchanging list of careers (on my list was a psychologist, a librarian and an air stewardess, none of which I did but all jobs that still exist). In comparison, today’s students have a working life ahead of them that most likely includes jobs that haven’t been conceived as yet; a ‘physical workplace’ that is defined by technology; and multiple changes of career (these speculations make for interesting reading).
If you’re wondering just how different things might be in the future, and what that means in the classroom today, take a close look at the instructions on the whiteboard in the photo below – ‘Create three sprites (one drawn)’ and ‘Code your sprites with motion’ – what?!
Year 5 and 6 students are undertaking coding classes and share some of their experiences so far –