Kindergarten have been improving their ball skills at the AFL clinic run by Matt Johnston. They have improved their kicking, hand balling and agility and have had lots of fun!
We had a wonderful day at Mogo Zoo. Thank you to all the parents who came along to help. We enjoyed observing the animals and checking out their environments. The students enjoyed taking photos and doing some video reports on the animals too!
What a stunning day to walk along the shores of our beautiful local beaches! Thank you to all of the parents who joined us. The Kindergarten students did so well walking the full way with their strong legs, we were very proud of their strength and stamina.
Ahoy me hearties! We had a fabulous pirate week to start the term. Take a look at some of the things we got up to...
As part of our Science Unit, Kindergarten students have been looking at seed growth and seed dispersal. We recapped some of the many different ways that seeds can be dispersed (by wind, water, animals, birds, people) then came up with our own ideas for a device that could spread seeds. The students came up with some awesome inventions and tested them with rice outside. Gabriel's invention used a catapult function to disperse his seeds and we were fortunate to have Dr Katie Moon on hand to let us know that there is a plant in real life that does this - the Cardamine parviflora - how very cool!
Mrs Cathy West, Mrs Clare Dunn and Mr Graham Enright enjoy sharing learning from the Kindergarten day with you. Please comment so that we know we are reaching you :o)