A huge thank you to all the children who produced beautiful fact files on our author focus, Onjali Q. Rauf. They have helped form our reading display board and we were able to share some of these in class this week.
Our first topic in Year 1 is Paws, Claws and Roars!
In 1L and 1G we have 5 learning groups in each class: Lions, Leopards, Tigers, Cheetahs and Snow Leopards.
This week for your home learning we would like you to research the animal of the group you are in.
For example, if you are in the ‘Lions’ group you can research lions. You could find out where they usually live, what they like to eat and how they sleep.
Have fun and don’t forget to bring in your home learning!
The Year 1 Team
We had a wonderful day at Joss Bay.
A huge thank you to all the parents who came and supported our visit, we couldn’t do it without you!
There’s no photos of us in the sea because we were having too much fun to take any 😀
We started the day off on the coach:
We arrived at the hotel, unpacked our bags and had pizza, chips, salad and ice cream for out dinner. It was delicious.
Finally, it was time for the beach. it was just what we needed after a long, hot day!
Well done to Years 3,4,5 and 6 for showing our school values at your Sports Day.
As you can see below the children had a fantastic day.
All the team colours did impressively well and should be very proud.
Here are the final scores…!
Red Team- 486
Yellow team- 525
Blue Team- 425
Well done Yellow Team for coming 1st!
The fastest runners in Year 5 and 6 were Wesley and Kadie.
The fastest runners in Year 4 were Rimaya, Nelly, Diana, Angel, Eden, Gill, Alfie, Mike-Curtis, Smith, Daisy and Miah.
The fastest runners in Year 3 were Sarah, Ianis, Hamza, Oscar, Daniel, Tristan, Ibadidi, Cassie-Ann, Stella, Elisabeth and Eden.
This morning, Year 1 and Year 2 had a fantastic time down at the Sports Arena.
Well done to everyone! Enjoy the photos and videos below 🏅
On Saturday, Year 1 proudly sold lots of produce at the plant stall. It was a great success and we had many happy customers.
We done to the children in Year 1 for all their hard work.
This afternoon we looked at examples of Aboriginal dot paintings and the stories which they represent. We are in the process of creating our own paintings!