An Author’s Visit – Amanda Graham
Amanda Graham came to visit our school and remind us of the importance of the Premier’s Reading Challenge – well done those of you who have completed the challenge and returned your form already!
Amanda Graham read us one of her books called “Picasso the Green Tree Frog” and she also taught us how to draw a shark using shapes!
Thank you Amanda for coming to visit our school and share your story and drawing talents!
Changes to Important Days – Room 9
The following is the updated schedule for Room 9:
Monday – Sport with Mr Kemp & Italian with Signora Chapman
Tuesday – Drama with Mrs Self & Return Library Books
Wednesday – Science with Ms Sage, Library Borrowing & Buddies with our Year 7 Buddy Class (Room 27 – Ms Chong-Tenn)
Friday – Science with Ms Sage
Important dates to come:
Colour Fun Run – Receptions-Year 2 – 12:00-12:30pm, Years 3-7 – 11:00am-11:50am
Please return the consent form to allow/not allow permission for your child to take part in the Colour Fun Run.
If you need a copy of the consent form, please let me know.
Please ensure your child is wearing old clothes for this event, as the powder can stain clothes.
Early Dismissal – Please collect your child from our classroom at 2pm on the 13th April for the school holiday break.
Our class is part of Group B for assemblies, which means that we will be attending assemblies on the following Fridays at 9:00am:
Term 1 Week 11
Term 2 Week 5
Term 2 Week 9
Term 3 Week 5
Term 3 Week 9
Term 4 Week 4
Term 4 Week 8
We will host an assembly with our buddy class on Friday in Term 4 Week 8!
I hope you all had a wonderful Easter break – the children shared so many stories with me of time spent with family and friends, resting and relaxing, and going away to special places and cities.
We did a crafty Easter bunny or egg with our buddies before we went on our break:
Harmony Week ending with our parade and food celebration!
Thank you all for being involved with our Harmony Week celebrations. We hope you enjoyed the parade – Room 9 definitely enjoyed being brave and trying new and amazing foods from different cultures!
I appreciate all the families that contributed food to our shared lunch and to families who dressed up or wore orange to celebrate the day.
Harmony Week – 14th March-16th March (Week 7)
Last Friday, you should have received a note about Harmony Week. On Friday 16th March, the students can wear their traditional clothes to school. If they don’t have traditional clothes, they can wear orange clothes. We will have a whole school parade at 9:15am, where we can share our cultural clothes with our community.
Also, it is a shared lunch on the 16th March. Please bring in a plate of food to share from your culture, keeping in mind for student allergies – no nuts as there are students who are allergic. If your child is more particular about their lunch eating, please pack enough food for them, if they’re not feeling too brave to try new foods.
If you need a spare copy of the note about Harmony Week, please ask for one at school.
Happy Harmony Week!
Public Holiday Monday 12th & Pupil Free Day Tuesday 13th March
Have a restful weekend, Room 9!
See you all back at school on Wednesday 14th March!
What is a good friend?
In the last few weeks, we have been discussing what it means to be a good friend. We talked about what we can do with our friends to make us feel happy and safe.
Welcome to Room 9’s Blog!
Dear Parents and Caregivers,
We have had such a busy start to the year – I look forward to continue working with your children to support their learning.
On this page, I will keep you up to date with important diary dates, information about our learning and photos of our learning process.
If you need to contact me, please send me an email or come in for a chat before or after school.
I hope you all enjoy seeing our class grow and learn together!
Thank you all in advance for your support as we learn as a team.