Week 3 Term 1 Year 1G

Marion PasiniYear 1, Year 1G

Week Three has been full of swimming and learning!   In Literacy we have continued to revise some of the sounds from Pre-Primary as well as begin to learn about how to use ‘Magic E’ to change short vowels into long vowels. We have done some sound picture sorts and are getting really good as hearing if the vowel sound … Read More

Year 1G – Week 2 Term 1 2018

Marion PasiniYear 1, Year 1G

What a great start all the Year 1G students have made this year. It has been a very busy start with swimming however, the children are handling it so well. They have come to class with smiles and positive attitudes ready to start the day. We thank you for this.  In Literacy we have been creating a word book based … Read More

Year 1G Week 1 Term 1 2018

Marion PasiniYear 1, Year 1G

  Welcome to Year 1G with Mrs. Guatta and Mrs. Peake!    A huge welcome to all the Year 1G students and their parents. Thank you for making the time to introduce yourself to us.  We are excited to have the opportunity to work with you and your child and see their growth and development over the coming year! Parents, … Read More

Year 2M – Week 9

Rebecca WatsonYear 1, Year 1G, Year 1M, Year 2, Year 2G, Year 2M

The Year 2 students recently visited SciTech! Students completed a STEM based activity where they were to create a parachute using only paper, tape, plastic bag and string. We trialed our product and made refinements where necessary. We took a virtual tour of space in the Planetarium where we learnt about constellations and facts about space! We then became Planet … Read More

Year 1G Week 4 Term 4

Samantha GuattaYear 1, Year 1G

We have had a very busy couple of weeks in Literacy learning about Narratives, character profiles and problem/ resolution ideas. We have just started planning our own story inclusive of title, orientation, problem, solution, conclusion/ending. Each of these points will be required in our final pieces of writing which we are doing next week. The Numeracy topic for the rest … Read More

Student Success – Year 1G

Marion PasiniCommunity News, General News, News, Sport, Year 1, Year 1G

Congratulations to Jack Graham-Ahro in Year 1M on his recent visit to Sydney where Jack competed in the Australian National Wresting Championships. Jack was undefeated in his age group at the competition and is now the new national Champion for boys 6-7 years 26kg Well done Jack.

Year 1 and Year 6 Visual Arts – Term 3

Monique FordVisual Arts, Year 1, Year 1G, Year 1M, Year 6

The Year 6 students have completed their One-Point Perspective Surreal Bedroom Drawings. This has been a 3 term project which the students have worked tirelessly on. Earlier in the year the students studied the surrealist artist Rene Magritte and his famous painting Personal Values. The students looked at the obscurity of the artwork and how the artist communicated messages through … Read More


Samantha GuattaYear 1, Year 1G

Recently, both Year 1 classes had their Para-Liturgy. The theme was ‘I am Special’. Firstly thank you Father for being with us for this and thank you to all the parents and family members who attended, you all assisted in making this very special. The year 1 students did a wonderful job and sang two beautiful songs as well as showed … Read More

Week 6 Year 1G -Term 3

Samantha GuattaYear 1, Year 1G

LITERACY– In Literacy we have just finished writing our Procedures, these will be on display in our classroom next week. We are now going to start our new Genre which is Persuasive Writing. We are going to write a Persuasive text in a few weeks after we have done the teaching and learning cycle. The theme statement for this will … Read More

Year 1G Week 4

Samantha GuattaYear 1, Year 1G

This week during Literacy we have been sorting different procedures into the correct sequence in order to identify the main parts of a Procedure. We also started to write our own procedures based on the playdough Dinosaurs we made. These will be on display in our classroom over the next few weeks. We have been doing Guided reading during the … Read More