Nov
10
Filed Under (integrated studies, science) by on November 10, 2014

For this term’s science lessons

We will be using a variety of web sites and online resources for this term’s unit. They include:

 

To apply to become a part of next year’s Coastal Ambassadors Program write a letter addressing the 3 criteria listed below.

Set out as a letter. The format should include

Dear Classmates,

2 sentences explaining who you are:

e.g. My name is (your name). I have been at this school since Prep and have been involved in (list some of the roles you may have had).

e.g. My name is (your name) and my family has been a part of Moonee Ponds Primary community for the past 10 years. My brother Tom is in Year 3.

 

Paragraph 1:  Addressing Criteria 1. Organizational skills

As part of your role you will be assisting and organizing a wide range of events across the school community. Include examples of how being organized has been key to past successes you have had. Make sure you give specific examples that will be relevant to the role of school captain.

Paragraph 2:  Addressing Criteria 2. Communication Skills

You need to be able to work with a range of people of different ages, including students, parents, teachers and members of the wider community. You need good communication skills to work with others and also help to promote the school. Give examples of how you think you could do this.

Paragraph 3:  Addressing Criteria 3. Being open to new learning experiences

You will learn a range of new skills such as conducting meetings, doing administrative tasks, running promotional campaigns and liaising with others. List how you would learn these skills to help you in the future, for example I’m a good listener, I take on constructive criticism and I’m open to new and challenging experiences. Please list some examples of past experiences.

 

Kind regards,

(Your name)

 

Tips:

Include examples from in and out of school.

  • Don’t use headings in your letter
  • Use specific examples that set you apart from others – don’t be general
  • Due on Monday November 10th (please hand directly to Lee P)
Nov
06
Filed Under (integrated studies, science) by on November 6, 2014

For today’s lesson discuss:

  • What environmental problems might be related to energy production and use? Consider factors including ‘air pollution’, ‘greenhouse gases’ and ‘climate change’. You could use the Australian Greenhouse Calculator website’s glossary to help.

Oct
17
Filed Under (maths) by on October 17, 2014

Download and open up this document angles and transformations pre test

I will supply paper for you to put your answers and working out on.

Oct
17
Filed Under (classroom news) by on October 17, 2014

Dear Parents,

As the you know the concert is just around the corner. We’ve been working steadily over the last couple of works and all looking forward to the night.

In regards to costumes most are sorted but some pieces are still need. The students are grouped into particular roles are their requirements are as follows:

The band – White with touches of black. All white clothes where possible. I know white pants are hard to come by so black will be ok. Long sleeve shirts and a black tie or bow tie if possible (these will be optional). The girls can wear the same as the boys, or white dresses with white stockings if they have them. Their faces will be painted white with some black feature elements. Ruby’s sister has offered to help with face painting on the night but we’ll still appreciate another set of hands.

The forest spirits – All black white white masks they have made. Due to the movements they’ll be doing, no baggy clothes.

The wonderlands creatures – Think Wind in the Willow or the Fabulous Mr Fox. Old fashion clothes; wool, tweed, vests, velvet jackets. They have made the animal masks they’ll be wearing. I’ve supplied Bryce, Ore and Erica with their costumes and am still looking for something for Deanne, Angelica and Verica. If you think you could help please let me know.

Alice, her sister and their cat – their costumes have been completed, or close to it.