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Archaeology Dig Expo

On Monday, the year 6s presented their completed P.B.L to the community. It consisted of an archaeological journal, a booklet and an oral presentation of what we learnt about Australia’s history. We started the day by bringing tables into the gym and setting them up with our artefacts. We practiced the presentation with the group in front of us so we were prepared for when we started the expo. It was great to see so many people from the community come and celebrate our learning. The best part was sharing what artefacts we discovered and explaining what they were, and also sharing what we learnt about Australia’s history. A special thanks to Emma Oliver, Dan Rosendahl and the teachers for making it possible.

From William Garland and Marcus Butcher.

Take a look at the gallery for photos from the beginning to the expo.

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Prep PBL

Last Friday, the Preps celebrated their PBL ‘Ways we express ourselves through The Arts.’ They enjoyed dancing and singing at the Assembly. The song, ‘I can sing a Rainbow,’ was also performed using sign language. This demonstrated the Learner Profile of ‘Communicator’ that we have been learning about. After the performance, parents and carers came back to the rooms to view a display of Art the students had been working on. It was great to see so many parents enjoying their children’s learning!

Preps Visit the Art Centre

As part of their PBL study ‘How to Express Yourself,’ the Preps attended the performance of George’s Marvellous Medicine,’ by Roald Dahl at the Arts Centre. The children were very excited about going on the bus and visiting the theatre. The performance was awesome and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. There was lots of sound and light effects and squeals of excitement.

State Trials

Interview with Charlie Cook

Where did you train when you tried out?

Trinity Grammar in Bulleen, which is part of Melbourne.

How long did the training session last for?

The training session lasted 4 hours.

What did you do at the training session?

We played 3 matches and did lots of drills.

What did you enjoy the most?

I enjoyed the challenge and experience of training with the best primary school footballers in Victoria.

Did you make the team?

Unfortunately I didn’t make it, but it was lots of fun trying out. 

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