Use this link to practise reading analogue and digital clocks.
Follow the link above to find out a little more about the Church and how we celebrate the Mass.
Open the e-book called Catholic Traditions. For this task, we will be looking at pages 11-15
Answer the questions on the page after reading through the information. Also record two wonderings you have about the topic.
Follow the link below to research about the structure of the Church and how we celebrate the Mass.
For Friday, students are to bring items and photos that represent different things about them. Some items to include would be images or items of important people in their life, family, special places, pets, hobbies, treasures, talents/gifts.
Students will have the opportunity to share their items on Friday in small groups.
As part of our unit of work about Community and Eucharist, many children who celebrated Eucharist said that the Eucharist means to live a life more like Jesus.
We named the things about Jesus that we admire. Jesus …
is a healer is someone who forgives shows kindness
welcomes others shows compassion has empathy
treats others fairly teaches us how to be a peacemaker is a story-teller
Click on the link to see a list of stories of Jesus’ life that show his qualities.
Look through the Number Investigations Pre-test to find questions that might interest you for your investigation. Click on the link below.
A reminder that the Presentation Mass for children who will be celebrating the Sacrament of Eucharist is on this weekend. For most families, we expect that you will bring your child to present themselves as a commitment to the Eucharist program at the 8:45 Mass on Sunday morning, 17th July at St Therese Church.
The children will be making a commitment statement and handing out their personal profile card to one of the parishioners during the Mass as part of the celebration.
It is great to hear that families who are unable to attend on Sunday morning at St Therese are committing to attend on Saturday night at Anglesea.
Finally, a reminder for those who haven’t sent their preference of dates for the Eucharist celebration (either the 21st or 28th of August) could you please email your preferred date to Peter Caddy in the next couple of days. Please check the list below to ensure that your child’s name has been added to the list.
The 3/4 Team
Follow the link to take you the Pat-maths online test.
This Sunday, 1st May, has been set aside for the families of Yr 3/4 to celebrate Mass with the Parish Community. We really look forward to seeing a large group of families represented at this Mass. The 3/4 students will be involved in various roles within the Mass including reading prayers of the faithful and Scripture readings as well as participating in the processions.
Mass begins at 8:45 AM at St Therese Church.