Term 2 - Week 4
We are excited about our swimming lessons next week. If you are wearing your bathers to school under your uniform, please do not forget to put your underwear in your bag to change into when we return to school. Something warm to travel in and easy to put on, such as a dressing gown is good. Also thongs or slippers for your feet, again don't forget shoes and socks for when we return.
We started to study Little Red Riding Hood in Talk for Writing (Zaria)
We started 'short burst writing' and have written some story openings (Shayleigh and Kiara)
We have done lots of counting by 2s (Julia)
We have extended our patterning to number patterns (Tamara)
We met Connie Confidence this week.(Jessica and Ryder)
We learnt a new game, "Golden Child' (Nikola)
Term 2 - Week 3
Hi Mums and Dads
We have been doing lots of creative work. (Zaria)
We have been learning about the tens place and the ones place in Maths. (Cameron)
We chose new books to borrow from the library. (Akiya)
We have been doing lots of Maths in our classroom. (Tamara)
We have been doing pluses and take aways. (Ryder)
We have been doing lots of patterns (Diezel)
We have recognised how many parts (syllables) in our name. (Eiva)
We did a graph about our families. (Jessica)
In science we have started to learn about Light and Sound. (Cameron)
We acted out the story "Will you be my mother?" (Nikola and Kiara)
Term 2 - Week 1
We been doing Mothers Day stuff - (Zaria)
We've been counting backwards and onwards in maths - (Ryder)
We have been writing using the computer - (Nikola)
We have made a graph of how many people in our families - (Akiya)
Term 2 - Week 1
This is what RUCSAC means:-
- R read - make sure you read the question, twice!
- U understand - what is it asking you to do? Could you explain it to someone else?
- C calculate - What calculation is needed? Have you estimated the answer?
- S solve - What strategy are you going to use to solve the problem?
- A answer - have you clearly shown your answer?
- C check - * have you checked your calculation? Does it "look" right?
Term 2 - Welcome Back
After Assembly you will be invited to stay and partner your child in the dance, then we will all come back to the classroom where the students will have a prepared Learning Journey for you. This gives them the opportunity to explain some of their learning to you and you will be able to give your feedback to them. We should be finished around 10am.
If you wish to discuss your child's progress at any time please make an appointment.
Term 1 - Week 8 - Update
Talked and remembered the changes we observed during our science this term - (Julia)
The computers in our classroom are working - (Akiya)
We have planted our sweet potato - (Nikola)
Our Easter Egg pictures are up in the library - (Darinka and Zaria)
We changed our books in the library today - (Akiya)
Term 1 - Week 8 - Morning Reading
Thank you to all the wonderful parents who come into A6 every morning to listen to the children read.
Term 1 - Week 2 - Ice Castle
Notes from information meeting
Tuesday, 19 February 2019 @9:13PM
It was so nice to see everyone at the meeting this afternoon, thank you for coming.
We started with a welcome and thankyou for assisting the children into their new routines and having their school supplies ready so promptly.
The large pencil case is used as a reading folder and is the main physical contact between home and school, that the children may be responsible for. In here your child’s reading folder, sight word folder and maths problem will be put each week plus any notes to go home. Therefore the children need to bring this folder to and from school each day.
I will keep you up to date with our Talk 4 Writing progress, the current author study and what is happening in the classroom via connect.
Each day has a special activity, Monday is Phys.Ed. with Mr Walsh and the children may wear their house shirts on this day.
Tuesday they go to the computer lab. Wednesday it is technology, Thursday-music with Mrs Starkey and Friday is library day.
General whole school business was discussed including the behaviour policy. House cards are used for positive behaviour in the playground and restorative questioning for helping behaviour back on track.
It is appreciated when families pay their school fees as these are used for numerous sundry items through out the year including the sport ribbons for the carnival.
It was noted the school has a dress code and how smart the children look, especially when attending excursions.
Attention was given to the alternative lunch ideas board that had been in the wet area for the last two weeks. It is now outside the Pre-Primary if you are looking for ideas, though I have seen some beautifully healthy lunches from this class when I have been on duty.
It was stressed how important it is to notify the office if there are any medical or health issues that will affect your child whilst at school. Either long or short term, please see Ms Wyatt or Ms Coen in they will assist you. All medications are administered and recorded through the office and it is important to keep health plans up to date.
- Handouts were given for parent/teacher interviews. Please make an appointment as soon as possible.
- To inform you of the Protective Behaviours program we will be doing
- The computer use contract
- Typing Tournament logons
- Parent code of behaviour
If you have a question at anytime about anything in the classroom please don’t hesitate to ask me.
Thank you for your time today, I look forward to working with each of you towards your child’s education this year.