Month: March 2022

Week 9 Learning…

5/6 students who are impacted by COVID, can engage with the following learning opportunities while at home: Reading – write a summary, response to what was read, a book review Numeracy – daily practice of maths goals linked to fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division Writing – as well as writing provocations, students can …

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Harmony Week

As we continue our Inquiry into Our Place in the World, students have been researching the history of Harmony Day and its importance. They explored their emotional connection to the idea of harmony by writing poetry to express what it means to them. Some of these poems are shared at the end of this post. …

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A community of collaboration and sharing

Collaborating and sharing with our community – Gabe As we move towards the end of Term 1, the 5/6 Neighbourhood continues to thrive. Not only have we had many exciting events happening but the students are continuing to deepen their understanding of “Community” through some exciting Inquiry workshops.  This fortnight, the school community gathered to …

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Harmony Week

Welcome back to the Year 3/4NH2 blog post. Our blog posts are an ongoing documentation of our inquiry this year and the other exciting happenings in the Neighbourhood. This week we have been celebrating Harmony Week. Harmony Week is about celebrating all of the different cultures and people in our community.  Our provocations have been …

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A community is more than a place

Communities are groups of people all coming together. – Louis M. This week the children in the year 1 neighbourhood have been deepening their understanding of the community. Through observations and discussion through provocations, the teachers identified three key lenses that will help broaden the student’s ability to apply their understanding of community and take …

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