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 […]
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.
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
As we continue our skill development of hand and eye coordination through the code of tennis and bat-tennis, the students expressed they wanted a little home group competition! Therefore, through student agency, I worked with our health and wellbeing leaders in 56 to create a mini tennis round-robin! From setting up the tennis nets at
This week in the Prep Neighborhood we are continuing to learn all the new routines there are at school. We are also focussing on collaboration, sustained effort and giving new things a go. In reading we are focussing on sharing stories as a group and drawing a response to the story. We are even having
‘It is customary for Yolŋu artists who paint Country and the stories it holds to use materials collected from Country…’ Last week students explored their immediate surroundings and collected natural materials to make their brushes. Their aim was to further explore the idea of mark making and pattern and experiment with a range of materials
In our inquiry, we are exploring our place in the world, and what it means to belong to a community. Is being part of a community important? Why? In the past few weeks the students have been writing an essay on ‘What communities do I belong to?’ connecting to our inquiry of community and belonging.
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 reviewNumeracy – daily practice of maths goals linked to fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divisionWriting – as well as writing provocations, students can write their