- 3/4 Learning Community
This week, the 3/4 students completed their swimming program.
LG2 Gabe Pougnault: I found swimming a little bit tricky at first because I wasn’t use to swimming with lots of people. I ended up enjoying the swimming program and liked doing backstroke the most. I also liked the bus trip because I got to sit at the front of the bus with Sharon and Harry.
LG4 Hannah Dwyer: I enjoyed the swimming program especially when I got to play games with my friends. I found swimming with other people a little difficult at first, but I got use to it.
Eloise and I grew our hair so that it was 30cm long. Then we went to the hairdresser and she put our hair in a plait and then cut it off so we could donate our hair to kids with cancer.
Our hair was sent off and made into wigs for kids that have cancer and lose their hair.
Eloise and I wanted to do something kind for kids who are really sick.
By Phoebe Buck
LG1 Beau - I think that it is really good that they knocked down the walls and now we work together a lot more now. We work with other kids from other classes.
LG3 Jesse - It’s good to sit with your friends that you never really got to see with the walls up. It’s more quiet because we know we can’t be noisy in this space, and so you get more work done. I like having more independent working time because we get a choice in what we do.
We meet at least twice a week as a whole community to pray and reflect on how we are working. Together, the students created a working agreement which they all signed to show that this is how they would like things to be in our new space.
Bulldogs Read Program
On Sunday the 18th, the children from the Bulldogs Read Program caught the train down to Etihad Stadium to watch The Bulldogs play against Melbourne. They had a great time despite the sad result!
The 3/4 Science ERP expo will be held next week on Thursday the 29th. Parents are welcome to come from 2:45pm to check out the children’s work.
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