Today all the year three’s participated in a cricket clinic.
Bryce has made his very own Star Wars games using the coding knowledge he gained from completing a course in coding on code.org. Feel free to play his game by clicking on the link below.
We went the the Zoo for ZooSnooze. We saw a tigar calld Assiqua. She was very cute. The colours on her were orange and black. She kept hiding. We met a man called Matt. He was nice as he fed her Kangaroo tail. Assiqua was born on the 18th May 1999. He fed her chicken as well. She was adorable. There was a yellow line that we couldn’t cross for our own safety. Assiqua liked us at the Zoo. We also saw more Tigers in their normal enclosures.
Harry made a really good Star Wars game using his coding skills. You can play his game by clicking on the link below.
Our class recently hosted Assembly at our school. We really enjoyed sharing what we have been doing in our class. We have included three videos below of just some of the things we shared.
In our class this term we have been using a program called Budd:e. It has shown us what we should put on the internet and what we shouldn’t. For example you should not put photo on the internet while you are on holidays, because someone could rob your house when you are away. It is o.k if you do it when you are home and say you are home from your holiday. Budd:e is really good at teaching us about the internet and it shows you that you should not read junk email.
Here is a quick video of some of the points made in the Budd:e program.
Last Friday was our Campus Sports Day. We all had a great time competing in all the different events. In the end Eyre (Yellow) won the Team Spirit Shield and Murray (Blue) won the Championship Shield. Please enjoy the videos below of all the events we participated in. A big thank you to Mrs Park for taking many of the photos.
Our class recently presented the Lord’s Supper as part of the Holy Week presentations at our school. Our narrators pictured above did a fantastic job at remembering all their lines and speaking really clearly. Our actors that portrayed Jesus and the disciples did a brilliant job at performing the Lord’s Supper.
A big thank you to the talented Indi and her mum, Emily for volunteering to decorate our Random Acts of Kindness Letter Box. We were all very impressed with how it turned out.
The idea of this letter box is to promote and encourage kindness in our classroom. If a student witnesses another child carrying out a random act of kindness they can write it on a piece of paper and post it in the letter box. Some examples of kindness might include, doing jobs without being asked, helping someone in need, complimenting or building someone up just to name a few. The acts of kindness will be read aloud each Tuesday and then displayed around the classroom.