Tomorrow is our Book Week Parade!
If you do not have a costume to wear, we encourage you to design your own by putting an outfit together that relates to a character in a book. If students do not have a book related outfit then please come in your full sport uniform.
Students will be in placed into different buildings by their last name.
The Rise: Family names A-F
The Lane (the newest of our buildings): Family names G-M
The Boulevard: Family names N-Z
The parade will begin at 9:30am!
Hope to see you there!
Congratulations Year Three and Four students on your participation in the Word Mania Competition this term!
In Week Two of the competition, Year 3 students achieved a Second Place Participation Regional Award and Year 4 students were awarded Third Place Participation.
While we have not qualified for the finals, you can continue to practise your skills by logging into the website.
- Have you enjoyed participating in the Word Mania competition?
- What has been your highest score?
The Year Threes are currently learning about multimodal texts. We are reading, viewing and listening to texts independently on our Chromebooks. We might be completing these activities while our peers are completing another activity so we need to use our own headphones.
- If you haven’t got headphones at school, please bring them in as soon as possible
- Please see your teacher if this is a problem
Just a reminder that tomorrow our Year Four students will be visiting St Monica’s Secondary College. We have been invited to experience some of their classes and programs.
If you have not yet returned your permission note, please do so tomorrow morning. Students have been asked to wear correct SMCM school uniform. As it is Sports day for Year Four, students may wear SMCM sports uniform.
We will be leaving school at 11.30 am travelling in a seat-belted bus provided by St Monica’s College. We will arrive back at school by 1.05pm.
What an incredible time our Year Four students had on camp this week! There were so many opportunities to uncover Australia’s history at Sovereign Hill on Wednesday and Thursday – from exploring the Red Hill mine and panning for gold; visiting the Chinese camp and businesses that existed in the 1800s; to socialising with our roommates in the Northern Barracks. We even dressed up as people from the Gold Rush to replicate the Eureka story! These camp experiences and time spent with our peers help us to stretch our thinking and become more independent.
What was your highlight of our Year Four Camp to Sovereign Hill?
Was it what you expected?
What did you learn whilst you were away?