Our 100th day of school was a wonderful celebration that allowed us to look back at all the learning that has taken place so far and all that we have achieved over our 100 days in Pre-Primary.
We started our morning with a visit from Mrs Thuijs and Mr Munro who listened as we counted all the way to 100.
Then we completed our number and writing activities that were all linked with the number 100. We had a lovely day full of fun and laughter. It was a great celebration of learning!
The Year Ones have wasted no time since getting back from holidays!
We have been busy learning lots of different things and are having lots of fun at the same time.
We have started learning about fractions. We’ve explored a whole, a half… and will soon be learning about quarters too.
We have been looking at report writing and the differences between fiction and non-fiction texts.
We have also read reports on Ladybirds, Teddybears and have written our very own report about Bananas.
Get ready, everyone. There’s much more learning to do!
The 28th of July was the 100th Day of School! The children have been counting each day of school in Pre Primary and we made it to 100! The children enjoyed a fun day of activities celebrating the number 100.
We invited Mrs Thuijs to be our special guest to count to 100 on our number chart and have the very special job of putting a star on the number 100. Mrs Thuijs put the 100th cube on our 10’s cubes and we counted by 10’s to 100. She placed the 100th marble in our marble jar, it was a big ‘Tom Bowler’!
We made ‘I Am 100 Days Smarter!’ crowns and we had lots of fun completing counting activities to100.
Do your recognise these lovely old folk? We used the ‘Age Me’ App to change our faces to look like we are 100 years old! The funny photos made everyone giggle!
The highlight was our lovely afternoon tea that we shared together. Thank you to the parents for organising ‘100 Things on a Plate’ for us to eat, what a spectacular party table!
Yay! It was a great day!
It was in blustery wintery conditions that the Year 3 students bravely tackled their planting project this morning. 100 tube stock native plants were donated to schools in the southern suburbs by the City Of Canning. This was part of an initiative to celebrate National Schools Tree Planting Day.
The students planted kangaroo paws and Banksia seedlings as well as smaller bushes and ground covers. The 3B students planted their tube stock in the early childhood and Year 1-6 bushland.
The students had fun using the ‘tube stock planter’. It’s like a big pogo stick!
Mrs Cogger was impressed with the care that the students used to dig a large hole for their seedling and the gentle way seedlings were removed from their container.
3G planted their tube stock plants along the entrance to the school and by the exit gate where the Busy Bee helpers worked very hard to clear the weeds and dense scrub in Term One.
Mrs Cogger sincerely thanks the wonderful parents who volunteered to help. We had a wonderful time and much was achieved with their help and supervision of the students. We also thank the City of Canning for the generous donation of tube stock. You will see our fantastic work when you use the drive through.
Well done Year 3s!