Please find the first PP Grid for the next two weeks below. You are asked to please support your child by helping them to organise their time across the fortnight. This will involve timetabling their PP grid tasks and sporting and family commitments so that all can be achieved with the minimum of family angst and the maximum of student effort. Organisational skills are taught explicitly here at school and if reinforced at home will serve your child well leading into high school.
Thank you and have a great fortnight!
Year 6 Class Teachers
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See below for a copy of the Year Six Parent information booklet.
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The Year 6 students were part of a First Aid Incursion where they learnt the basic skills required to assist someone in need and sustain life in an emergency situation.
Students learnt this process by memorising about the acronym:
Send for help 000
Some interesting facts that we now know are:
- The tongue blocks your airway when you are unconscious. -Tomos
- More incidents occur on school holidays. – Sebastian
- It doesn’t matter if someone has broken bones, you still put them in the recovery position so they can breathe.- Chloe and Lauren
- In the recovery position you need to have one arm and leg bent so that you roll forward.- Jordana
- You don’t have to be a certain age to save someone’s life.-Gigi
- If you don’t get them breathing within 3-5 minutes they could get brain damage or die. – Blake
- The casualty has to receive two full breaths within 10 seconds- Cara
- On average it takes an ambulance a minimum of 15 minutes to get to a prioity one emergency. -James
- Whilst you are on the phone the operator asks you to check the casulaty’s breathing every two minutes. -Nyasha
- The operator stays on the phone whe whole time and talks you through what to do. -Ella
- You have to pat down the casulaty’s body to check for blood. -Megan
- The first thing you must do is check for danger around the casualty so that tyou don’t put yourself in any danger.- Lochlen
Congratulations to the St Emilies Dance Troupe on their tremendous performance on Wednesday night at the
Catholic Performing Arts Festival.
Their great effort, dedication and team work shone through and they absolutely ‘Danced the House Down!’
We could not be prouder of each and every one of the students who achieved great judges comments and results for their dance
‘What I Like About You’.
From backstage to centre stage, they represented our school beautifully and showed great sportsmanship.
We would also like to thank all of the parents who volunteered their time to help prepare the students for the performance.
Your time and effort is greatly appreciated!
Lastly, thank you for the overall support and well wishes we have received from all students, staff, parents and family members.
It has been a fantastic year for the Dance Troupe.
Dancers, you should all feel very proud of what you have achieved.
-Miss Kristy Foong and Mrs Kirsten Fowler
Click on the link below to download the homework for the next two weeks!
PP Grid wks 4 & 5