Guess Who’s Coming to St B’s in December? The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, JoJo the Who and so many more! Your children are practicing and rehearsing their performances for our upcoming Seussical the Musical Jnr. Many classes are also learning about the story behind the Musical and what it can communicate to us. Some students are also helping the Production Team prepare! Some classes are performing their dance at Assembly, so come along and see a preview of what is to come. Can't wait to share this with you and see you there. Ask your child about their song and help them practice singing and dancing!
STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Math Last Thursday students from Year 6 were invited to participate in the STEM Showcase. Here's more from Ngun Hlei Par Cha Chai. Eden, Zak and myself were invited to showcase our learning and the opportunity to win prizes at the STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Math) Showcase at the Catholic Education Centre. Ngun and I created QR codes for the visually impaired. The QR codes are placed on food products and then scanned by phones where they will be taken to a recorded message with information about the product, such as the ingredients and expiry date. Zak chose to make a prototype using the 3D printer to create a hearing aid for the hearing impaired but instead of a hearing aid that is big and bulky sitting behind the ear, he created an earring that works like a hearing aid! Inside the earring would be a microchip that does the same job as a hearing aid. He called it, the "HEARRING". Whilst at the STEM Showcase we were able to see many projects created by other students from other primary and secondary schools. When learning about their projects, we learnt that STEM is a very diverse subject with many choices to explore. We were very thankful to be given the opportunity to experience this kind of excursion and it was an honour to be able to share our project with the judges, teachers and other students. Ngun Hlei Par Cha Chai
Yr 3 Sleepover Good morning families! We have had a sensational sleepover with our classmates and friends. We participated in some fun activities and were lucky enough to watch a movie in our cozy sleeping bags. Our teachers are proud of our self managing, and we were very responsible. Love from the teachers and students in 3C and 3G.
Father’s Day Breakfast – Friday 30th August 7.30am Dear Families and Fathers, Please be reminded that our Father's Day breakfast is coming up very soon! If you are planning on attending, please return your RSVP note, or let your child's classroom teacher know as soon as possible. Looking forward to having a yummy breakfast and coffee with you all! When: Friday the 30th of August Where: Pioneer's Hall Time: 7.30am - 8.30am
Yr 4 Camp Sunnystones 22nd – 23rd August Oh what a busy day we have had! The Year 4’s arrived at Camp Sunnystones safely this morning. Our first activity before lunch was hut building where we worked in teams, collaborating and designing a weatherproof hut. Ask your child when they get home how weather proof their hut was? After lunch, we tried the challenging yet engaging task of geocaching where we had to use compass coordinates to find hidden treasures. Ask your child when they return how well they were able to follow the GPS? We have eaten a delicious dinner, and are all exhausted from a big day. Heading to sleep soon, to rest and recharge before another busy day.
Yr 6 – Recycling Year 6 students have been collaborating to create some props for our school production. They have used papier-mâché and armature skills to convert some old maths projects into an interesting village. What is papier-mâché, you might ask? What is armature? See your year 6 student for the answer....