Grade Two students should be very proud of themselves, not only did they participate in a Live streamed Art lesson, they then created these amazing artworks at home. So proud of everyone.
Click on the link to view their work
Jesus said, “The kingdom of Heaven is like a
treasure hidden in a field…
like a merchant searching for fine pearls.”
Last week Year 3 Blue experienced their first Sunday Gospel Session at our Monday Google Meet. After sharing the Gospel and reflecting on the discussion questions, the students were asked to be creative and crafty.
Here are their magical and creative “fine pearls”.
Xavier from 4 Blue has created a video to share some rules with you all about how he ensures all his work he does is done to the best of his ability. These are great things to try and remember to do before you submit your work to your teacher.
Thanks to Xavier and his mum for creating this awesome video!
Last week the Grade 3 students got creative for their Eucharist activity. They were asked to create a 3D chalice and host using what they could find around their house. The Grade 3’s could use items they already had available or could create their own using anything they liked including, cloths, leaves, dry pasta, playdough, paper, etc.
Mrs Wahrenberger and Miss McGing were so proud of the effort that was put in and wanted to share some of these creations with everyone.
Welcome back everyone to term 3 and to remote learning 2.0. I hope everyone had an enjoyable school holiday break and are refreshed for another great term of learning.
Below is the Google Meet Timetable for classes (including Specialist Google Meets). As you will notice the times for class Google Meets should be the same each day.
There is also a specialist Google Meet time for each class during the week where you will to some learning with the Specialist teachers at the allocated time. It is important to remember that no matter what specialist lesson you have it will always be the same code, You will also stay on your Google Meet throughout the session and your specialist teachers will swap over half way through the session. Most class teachers will explain how to access their specialist Google Meet but here is a quick summary …..
The Grade 5 and 6 students worked hard at the end of term to complete an artwork using folded paper. The art elements they had to consider were colour, value, line, shape, harmony and balance. They learnt three origami folds, the hat fold, the kite fold and the Samurai fold to create an artwork that showed Radial Symmetry. Here are some of their fantastic artworks.