You should have received an email from SEQTA today asking you to set up your SEQTA ENGAGE account that looks like the example below:
After you click on the link, it will take you to the following page where you can set up your account.
If the school has 2 email addresses for your family, you will receive an email to each account and will be able to set up 2 accounts.
You have one week to set up the account from when you received the email.
Once you have set up your username and password, the link to the SEQTA Engage page is:
Any questions or issues please contact Stuart Munro on email@example.com
The children in Pre-Primary Blue have been learning all about numbers with help this week from apples and ants! We had a great time making apple prints and drawing ants, then counting and writing a sentence about each one. We were sure to remember full stops, capital letters and to count in order!
On Wednesday the 4th of November, we hopped on a bus and travelled to REmida Re-Use Centre in North Perth.
REmida collects clean unused industry off cuts, discards and old stock in a myriad of shapes and sizes.
These items are used in children’s workshops and supplied to schools and daycare centre’s for educational activities, festivals, hobbyists and artists.
At REmida we had a wonderful opportunity to make a ‘Junk Bug’ out of recycled materials.
First we had to explore both of the supply rooms that were filled with hundreds of different materials. We selected materials to use to create our own ‘Junk Bugs’. Next we found a work space on a table and set to work.
After an hour or so, our ‘Junk Bugs’ were finished! Each bug was so well put together, we discovered different ways to make holes and join materials without using glue or sticky-tape.
We said ‘good-bye’ to REmida and hopped on the bus again and travelled to the new Nature Playground on Saw Avenue in Kings Park.
We sat underneath the shade of the gazebo and enjoyed lunch altogether. Then we played in the amazing nature-based playground. We explored a maze, climbed, jumped, balanced and slid down tunnels for an hour then back to school we returned.
We had so much fun on our excursion! Visit our classrooms to see our ‘Junk Bugs’ and our writing and drawings about our favourite part of our excursion day.
This term Pre-Primary Blue are learning about ‘Reuse, Reduce and Recycle’.
We made recycled flower pots out of milk bottles and other recycled items.
We spent the first week of Term Four designing our pot and the second week creating them.
Once we were finished, we poured soil and planted a seedling.
Each day when we are at school, we need to remember to water it!
We also talked about the different ways that we can take care of the earth. Some of our responses were:
“I can turn off the tap when I brush my teeth” – Quade
“I can recycle the bottles and I will put them into the recycling bins” – Octavius
“When I sort out my clothes and I will give some to people who do not have many clothes” – Anika
The children are encouraged to reuse, reduce and recycle when they are at home.
Please take a photo of your child showing the 3 R’s at home and bring it to school so they can talk about how they are taking care of the Earth.
Please click on the link below to see what’s happening in Pre-Primary Blue for Term Four.
Have a lovely weekend!
The Pre-Primary Team x