“On Wednesday, the third of April, I went to my Term One Open Night to show my parents what I’ve been doing in class.” Jermaine
“I was feeling incredibly excited because I got to show my sister and my parents what I have been up to,” Aiden
“I felt happy because it was fun.” Shane
“I felt exhausted at the end, but when I came I was proud and happy.” Palak
“My favourite piece of work was my magazine art because I worked so hard.” Zane
“Open Night was great.” Ivy
“I was feeling very excited to show my family what I had done.” Alexia
“I felt proud of all my work.” Madeline
“I felt good with my family. It was so good and I love my work.” Kiara
“I loved to share my work. I was so, so happy my socks fell off.” Neve
“My favourite part was that my family came.” Mikayla
M – I – N – D – S – E – T, what does that spell? MINDSET!
In Year Three, we have been learning all about our brilliant brains and how they help us to do all of the things that make you, YOU!
Today we performed our assembly item, all about maintaining a positive mindset. We included lots of interesting facts about the brain and how we can learn even more, by making mistakes. We made our own version of a book we read, titled, ‘The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes’.
We imagine our lives would be pretty boring if we never made mistakes or learnt new things along the way!
Here are some photos of our wonderful assembly!
Love the Year Three Students
WHAT: WHOLE SCHOOL OPEN NIGHT
WHEN: WEDNESDAY 3rd APRIL, 4-6PM
This is a wonderful time for you and your family to:
- POP IN AND TAKE A SPIN AROUND THE ROOM, HOSTED BY YOUR CHILD!
- VIEW SOME WORK SAMPLES!
- JOIN IN A COUPLE OF PRACTICAL ‘HANDS ON’ LEARNING TASKS!
Please note that this is not time to bail up the teacher to talk about an individual student’s progress. This discussion is better left to a private Two-Way meeting time.
Please be sure to thank your teacher and to keep an eye on younger siblings.
Thanks for your ongoing support of your child’s learning – your presence and encouragement of your child at a night such as this goes a long way to keeping motivation high.
As a Waterwise School, we encourage all our families to participate in Seek a Leak Week. This activity can be done at home.
As part of our Seek a Leak Week Waterwise schools are encouraged to take the time to spot a leak with some activity plans.
Leaks can be extremely wasteful and costly. Did you know that a leaking toilet can result in nearly 3 buckets of wasted water a day!
Here is a link to the Waterwise website with details on how to run your own Seek a Leak at home.
Seek a Leak