Year 1/2s at St John’s Primary School are thinking about what we have in common as people of Australia.
Click on the link below to visit St John’s Primary School’s Year 1/2 Blog page.
Watch the video and answer the questions that they have listed.
Remember that your comments are in the public domain and therefore need to be appropriate and edited by you and a peer, for spelling and grammar.
Our group is working on improving our School Community. We were wondering if you or your family and friends, would like to help with our workshop on planting nature in our school grounds. We have not worked out the dates yet but it will be in term 4. We promise we will let you know when we are having the work shop. Our school used to look beautiful and we want it to look as beautiful as it was in the past. We would love it if you or your family and friends could donate some time to help with the planting. Please leave a comment as we would love to hear what you think.
From Andie, Matthew, Alfie and Amielle
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.
Next Thursday, 15th September, our 3/4 students will again be taking responsibility for sharing their learning at a Maths Expo.
Students from 3/4 Green, Blue, and Purple will be sharing their learning from 9:45-10:30 and the students from 3/4 Yellow, Red and Orange will be sharing their learning from 10:45- 11:30.
We would love to have parents come in and help the students celebrate their learning.
Today we brainstormed the purposes of all of our indoor learning spaces so that we all know what takes place in each of the areas. This is a map of our learning community. What are your thoughts and ideas? Is there anything you would like to add?
The hall was alive with laughter, smiling faces, and delicious food on Friday the 2nd of September. Our Dads tucked into a hot breakfast prepared generously by the parents of our 3/4 students. All of the students practised their waitering skills, carrying plates piled high with egg, bacon and hash browns, steaming coffee, and fresh orange juice. Our Dads enjoyed meeting each other and sharing a meal together to celebrate Fathers Day. We
thank all of the Mums who helped out on the day – it was a great success!
How is your dad special to you?
How do you celebrate Fathers Day with your family?
Our School Kitchen Garden is full of delicious green vegetables after so much rain, and also some sunny days.
Today we harvested silver beet, turnips, celery, broccoli, spring onions and carrot to make some tasty pasties.
We had lots of fun cutting and grating the vegetables, and making the pastry into interesting shapes.
What are some of your favourite recipes to cook at home? Why is it important to include lots of vegetables in your diet?
Look through the Number Investigations Pre-test to find questions that might interest you for your investigation. Click on the link below.
The 3/4 Students are currently investigating a range of Science topics and we are looking for parents/grandparents/family members that may have expertise or knowledge in a certain area.
Some of the areas are:
– The human body and body systems
– Earth Sciences and the environment
– Healthy choices/food
We would love to arrange a time for you to come in to the 3/4 area to share your knowledge with the kids.
Please contact one of the teachers if you would like to help out. With Thanks, The 3/4 team
Miss Maddie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you enjoy the St Therese Book Day?
What made it special for you, what did you enjoy about the day?