Ready, set, roll! Potatoes this week have sprouted up from all around the world to compete in the annual Potato Olympics, hoping to claim a glorious medal! Their trainers are ready to rumble as they have their whole country behind… Continue Reading →
This term the Year 4 students in Room 21 have been learning about Indigenous Australians and what they traded, their art, language and how they cared for the land. Our class has been experimenting with some indigenous artwork. We have… Continue Reading →
The Year 2 students from Room 14 created one point perspective drawings by following step-by-step instructions. They began with a vanishing point along the horizon line to create the 3D appearance. The buildings in the foreground needed to be drawn… Continue Reading →
The Year 6 and 7 students from Room 4 recently read a book called The Black Book of Colours by Menena Cottin. It’s a book about a boy who is blind and it explains how he sees the colours using… Continue Reading →
The key question that the Year 4 and 5 students in room 22 have been trying to answer this term is ‘How can diversity unite us?’ We began the term by examining our own identity. Through abstract art and multimedia,… Continue Reading →
Writing can be a powerful tool to help children express themselves during challenging times. The Year 1 children in Room 6 wrote a letter to Barley, a dog that was in the middle of a heavy rain. We talked about… Continue Reading →
In our Italian lessons the students have been learning about the origins of Carnevale. In particular the famous Commedia characters that started it all. These are pictures of some of the characters!
The Year 6/7’s have just finished a unit of work on transport. One of their assignments was to design their own Italian sports car. These are some examples!
At the end of last term, students from room 21 and any year 5s who wished to participate in the Royal Adelaide Art competition gathered together. Firstly we discussed what categories we could be in and made choices about which… Continue Reading →
Rabbit-Proof Fence written by Amna Sattar, Year 7 Trio cruelly snatched. Mother horrified. Grandmother helpless. Deafening engine roaring. Comfort snatched. Pitiful expressions on arrival. Enforcement racial, purposeless, unjust. Mocking surroundings. Instinctive escapade. Determination steered to triumphant fate.
The Italian students have been doing oral presentations based on their own personal details, including information about their families, friends and pets.
The Year 1 students in Room 11 are developing their oral language skills and growing their vocabulary in our English lessons. With this ‘Morning Surprise’ image as a stimulus, they brainstormed describing words, suggested ideas of where the octopus may have… Continue Reading →
The Year 2 students in Room 14 have been discussing healthy eating. They each designed the most delicious, and healthy, lunch box they could think of. We hope you enjoy our posters.