Room 14 had so much fun making this Scarecrow to enter in the Royal Adelaide Show Scarecrow Competition. We thought it would be a great opportunity to celebrate Book Week by choosing one our our favourite book characters, The Gruffalo…. Continue Reading →
“My favourite book is the Footy Final. I like it because I like footy.” Paul “I learnt that if you want to be a better drawer just ask someone that is already good at drawing to help you with… Continue Reading →
Qkr! App – Family How to Guide Menu + Ingredients List
In Greek class we learn “Ellinika” Our topic this term is “The family”. Pop into the Greek room to see our beautiful family trees.
The students have been learning about animals and the body in Italian this term. In particular the Year 6/7’s have been studying Mythology and how to write descriptive sentences about Mythical Creatures, like the Chimera.
As part of our History learning this term, the Reception children in Room 8 have started by wondering about and noticing interesting features of their own families. We have made Family Trees and the green leaves are to show our ‘Family Living’ and… Continue Reading →
Children from room 18,19 and 22 participate in the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program at UPS. They learn many skills such as how to be safe in the kitchen and cooking techniques as well as developing gardening skills. This week Paul from… Continue Reading →
The 3/4 EAL/D students (English as an Additional Language or Dialect) were involved in a fun end-of-term activity using individual white boards – even that was enjoyable – and shielded their work from each other. Following this they listened to… Continue Reading →
The Year 3s have just finished learning about Carnevale, a special celebration that happens in Italy this time every year.
Fine motor skills are those that involve a refined use of the small muscles which control the hand, fingers and thumb.Fine motor skills are essential for performing everyday skills involving pencil and scissor work, manipulating LEGO, dressing dolls during play,… Continue Reading →