Congratulations to all students for the amazing art works created to advertise the 2017 Art Show. It was extremely difficult to choose a winning art piece.
Congratulations to Beatriz Panlilio and Keira Lam 5/6W for their beautiful Art work which we are using in our Art Show flyer.
Congratulations also to Frances Tagle 5/6B for her amazing artwork which we will use as a large size poster to advertise the Art show.
Also congratulations to the following students whose wonderful art works will be placed around the school to advertise the Art Show.
Jack LePage 3/4J
Caitlyn Paul 3/4J
Charli Hart 5/6W
Chloe McLean 3/4N
Matthew Hua and Sean Chuc Prep H
Monique Hare and Jade McCoy 😃5/6W
Well done everybody 😃
At the 2017 Art Show we will be sharing our whole school collaborative piece using the meditation rocks. After we read the lovely story, Only One You by Linda Kranz , which is full of wisdom on how to live a happy life, each student created their own unique Pebble fish. These will be installed in the Harmony Garden after the Art Show.
Hi everyone. I am one of the Year 6 Liturgy leaders this year and we have been busy organising lots of school activities such as setting up masses, building new prayer tables for the classrooms and preparing for the John Burland concert. Earlier this year we were lucky enough to go to St. Patrick’s Cathedral (in the city) to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with all the other catholic schools in Melbourne. Here is some of our photos from the day …..
On Friday the 11th of August, all the students at our school went to Lakewood Reserve for tree planting. There were people at the Lake from Knox Council who helped the students with planting the trees as part of the ‘one tree per child’ program. The children had lots of fun and learnt a lot about how to look after our environment.
This term in the 5/6 level we have been fundraising for an organisation called Solar Buddy. You fundraise money and get sent a solar light kit to build. These lights then get sent to the Solar Buddy people and then sent to the people that are living in energy poverty. People in places like Uganda, Ghana, The Gambia, Thailand, Myanmar, Nepal, Tibet, India and more. At this time we have raised over$700. Groups have raised money by holding various stalls and activities such as a fidget spinner raffle, selling slime, guessing how many lollies are in the jar, helping teachers wash cars, selling baked goods and much more.
Unfortunately, because we were working raising money we did not take any photos of us in action.
Stay tuned for a final figure of how much we raised.
Well done 5/6’s on your wonderful efforts throughout our fundraising project!
This term for Tech Club we are learning about Coding 😀
The site we are using is code combat…
See how good you are at coding!
Next term the Tech club will be running a movie making club using the green screen so stay tuned for this.