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I will not be at school on Monday, as I will be competing at the Australian Dragon Boat Championships in Wodonga. Hopefully I will return on Wednesday with some of my own ‘Show and Tell!’ One of our regular casual teachers, Helen T will be teaching.

Spelling will still run, please ensure homework books are at school, if they are not already!

 

 

Posted in Notices, Uncategorized

Welcome to Term 2!

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Term 2.

This term is sure to be an exciting one!

This term we are learning about Australian Animals. As a class this week, we have written down all the animals we know of that are native to Australia.

In Literacy we are learning about recounting or retelling events, which includes Orientation (who, what, when and where), putting events in order, and including personal comments or feeling. We are also learning about ‘cause and effect’.

In Maths we have been learning to put numbers in order, based on how many ‘towers of ten’ and ‘ones’ there are in the number.

During Golden Time, in Nick’s room, some of us made Kangaroo Pencil Holders!

Posted in Maths

Giving and receiving directions

Where has Term 1 gone!?

During mathematics this week, we have been learning how to give and receive directions to familiar locations. To practice, we went outside and recorded directions to a particular location, then tested out our direction giving skills with a partner!

From the Grade 1 team, have a happy and safe term break. We will see you all at the beginning of Term 2!

=)

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St John Ambulance Visit

On Monday, we had an incursion where we learnt about First Aid (Giada).

We learnt to check for Danger first (Marlie and Annessa). Then call out their name really loud.

If the person does not wake up , pinch the person on the shoulder very hard ( Artemis and Indigo)

We learnt the emergency number, 000, which will call an ambulance for help (Harriett).

 

“It was amazing” (Isla)

“It was a little scary, because you dont know if the person is sick or not” (Harriett)

“It was awesome, because I like the pictures” (Indigo)

“It was funny when I was acting” (Louis)

Posted in Fundraising

Miss Post is taking part in World’s Greatest Shave

 

Miss Post

is taking part in the World’s Greatest Shave.

Please sponsor her to give Aussie families facing blood cancer the emotional and practical support they need. You will also help fund vital research so more people survive blood cancers like lymphoma, leukaemia and myeloma.

You may not know it but blood cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in Australia, claiming more lives than breast cancer or melanoma. And every day another 35 people will be diagnosed.

Click Here to visit my shave page and sponsor $10 today.

 

Visit my Shave Page

 

These funds will ensure someone being treated in hospital gets a personal visit from a highly-trained health professional so they get the extra support they need.

No matter how much you give, it’s an extraordinary way to make a difference.

Help me make the most of my World’s Greatest Shave experience and sponsor me today!

Thank you,

Carmel Post

 

PS – Next time this photo will be of me and my bald head 🙂

 

Posted in Information for Parents

Dear parents,

If there is a classroom issue, please let your child’s classroom teacher know first. It is our school protocol that all issues are addressed by the classroom teacher first, and then the year level coordinator (Anna) if not resolved. It is essential that the classroom teacher knows of the situation. They are the best person to help your child, as they have more of an understanding of the grade dynamics. If the problem has not been address it will then go to our assistance principal (Kyla) and then lastly to our principal (Helen).

Thank you.

Grade 1 Team

 

Posted in Writing

Writing Revolting Recipes

 Hello!

Over the past 2 weeks we have created, then began drafting our own ‘Revolting Recipes’. For inspiration, we have been reading ‘The Twits’ by Roald Dahl, learning about their horrible ‘Bird Pie’. We have also read ’Wombat Stew’, by Marcia K. Vaughan and Pamela Lofts. After writing, we have begun editing our work, checking to see if it makes sense, and also including lots of verbs and adverbs! Many of us are now up to the publishing stage, where we are writing our recipes on the laptop.