We had an exciting visitor from the Fremantle Literature centre come to visit our school. The incursion was to nurture young people’s interest in reading and writing.
This term we have been learning about narratives, we have been listening to narratives being read and also learning the different parts of a narrative. We will be writing our very own narrative this term!
The incursion focused on the story Who’s Afraid of the Quite Nice Wolf?
We first looked at the cover of the story and then looked at each page to see what the story will be about. We discussed how the wolf looked in the story and looked at other stories that had wolf characters. We discussed the main character of the story and the setting.
The author of the story drew the wolf for the students, and they added capes and masks to create their own superhero wolves.
We had such fun!
A very special THANK YOU to our parent helpers, to staff, and to our incredible kids for your participation at yesterday’s WALKATHON – your efforts are never taken for granted and always celebrated!DETERMINATION BUDDY BRO’S SATISFACTION – A JOB WELL DONE! ACHIEVING OUR GOAL! FUN IN THE SUN! ANOTHER MOMENT IN TIME FOR OUR YEAR 6 GRADUATING STUDENTS! ICYPOLE LOVE! BUBBLE MAKERS = FUN MAKERS!
ANOTHER LAP – ANOTHER STAMP!STRETCHING EXERCISES REQUIRE SKILL, BALANCE, CONCENTRATION 🙂 A BIT OF A WIGGLE AND A GIGGLE! TA DAH! OOOOOOOOOHHHHH YEEEEEAAAAAHHHHH…! A FEW OBSTACLES ON THE WAY COULD NOT STOP US FROM ACHIEVING OUR GOAL!A CHANCE FOR A CHAT!ZOOM -A-ZOOM ZOOM!
A special thank you to every St Emilie’s student – you were…
Exploring The Last Supper
We have enjoyed learning more about the Eucharist and the special story of The Last Supper. We took part in a mini re-enactment of the story and wondered how the Disciples might have felt during this time. We took on the roles of Jesus, Simon Peter and the remaining eleven Disciples as well as sharing bread and blackcurrant juice.
Jesus was their leader and they didn’t want Him to pass away.
The Disciples would have felt so sad because they didn’t want Jesus to leave.
They would have been worried because they would never see Jesus again.
The Disciples might have felt betrayed by Judas.
We have learnt…
When the Church community gather to remember what Jesus did at the Last Supper they believe they are united in a special way with Jesus.
The word communion means being in a close relationship and united with people who believe the same things.
Jesus told his followers to continue to eat this special meal of bread and wine to always remember him. People do this today at Mass.
Jesus wants His followers to love others as He does.
We have been busy putting the final touches to our Last Supper paintings. We are impressed with the amount of details we have included!