Thank you to the Year 1 team for this week’s post. It looks like the students have had a very creative few weeks!
This term the Grade 1 students have been busy exploring family history, culture and traditions. They have brought to school things that represent their own culture and talked to their peers about their family traditions and beliefs. Continue reading
Thank you to the Junior School team for this week’s post –
Year 1 and 2 students have been working hard over the past few weeks exploring water in our world. Under the trans-disciplinary theme of ‘Sharing the Planet’ students have delved into the central idea of ‘Our world relies on water’. Continue reading
Thank you to the Junior School for this week’s post.
The Year One and Two students are switched on and ready to learn. They have been inquiring into: ‘How to collect and sort data’, ‘What makes a good learner’ and how to improve their writing. Below are the responses students in Year One gave to the questions, ‘What have you learnt so far this year?’ and ‘What are you looking forward to?’ Continue reading
Thank you to Katie Braemar for this week’s contribution from the Junior School.
What animal is that? How can we tell?
How do living things interact with each other?
What do living things need to survive? Continue reading
Thank you to the Junior School Team for this week’s post.
This term the Junior School had the opportunity to take part in a technology inquiry incursion run by Mini BOSS. During the 3-hour session students worked in groups to design and construct a model that served a purpose. Continue reading
When my eldest child was in Prep, his class was learning about the ‘olden days’. Deciding to show his classmates a true artefact from the olden days, my son took my typewriter to school. After answering questions about how old I was and whether there was electricity when I was growing up (!), the kids all had a turn on the typewriter. Needless to say, the satisfaction of typewriter keys hitting the paper, the ‘ding’ of the return, and rolling a fresh page in to the machine, is timeless.
Thank you to the Junior School team for this week’s look at what our youngest students are learning about technology.
This term the Junior School students and teachers have been having lots of fun looking into old, current and new technologies. This is all part of our new Inquiry unit, ‘Back to the Future’, exploring the central idea that technology gives us clues into the past and future. This unit will culminate in a ‘Shark Tank’ style of presentation, whereby students will be tasked to design a piece of technology for the future and present their idea to a panel of teachers, parents and their peers for assessment. Continue reading
Maths and geography combine! Thank you to the Year 1 students for this week’s post about their mapping project.
Have you ever found yourself lost at Sorrento or Falls Creek?
Have you ever wondered what would be the best way to get around Hays Paddock, Eglinton Park or even Venus Bay?
Well…the Year 1 students would certainly be able to help you and steer you in the right direction. Continue reading