Literacy: In Literacy this week we have been working on planning for our final Narrative piece for next week. We have been discussing ideas for the different parts of a narrative which included; settings, characters, complications and resolutions. We worked in groups to add our ideas to big sheets of card and we discussed all of the ideas as a … Read More
WAAPA Summer School 2017/2018 This summer The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) is again offering an exciting school holiday program for students in years 4 to 12. The Summer School includes classes in dance, drama, acting, screen performance, music theatre and of course, how to perform Shakespeare. For information about the fantastic courses on offer please visit WAAPA Summer School or contact … Read More
Year 4 students have been learning about the mystery of God. Through reading and formulating understandings of the Bible story ‘Jesus Wept’ we realize how important it is to trust in the Word of Jesus. As Jesus said “Everyone who trusts in me will live forever”. Jesus’ word was made true when Lazarus rose from the dead and showed himself.
Early in 2018, Mercedes College will commence interviewing Year Five students who are due to start Year Seven in 2020. If you are considering enrolling your daughter at Mercedes and have not yet requested an information pack, please contact Mrs Julie Lamb on 9323 1340 as soon as possible. Further information about enrolments is available on our website, www.mercedes.wa.edu.au.
St Maria Goretti’s Catholic School Parents & Friends Association President: Karen Wellman Vice President: Simone Roney Secretary: Simone Northcott Treasurer: Alison Ryan Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Or follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SMGPnF/# Dear Parents Congratulations to everyone who helped showcase our school at our formal Opening on Friday – our children should be very proud of themselves both for sitting quietly or … Read More
JOIN THE ST VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY VOLUNTEER FAMILY St Vincent de Paul Society is seeking people to join their volunteer team. Your efforts will help to support their good works, such as the provision of bedding, clothing and food to those experiencing hardship, and providing shelter for the homeless. In turn, you can enjoy a range of benefits proven … Read More
Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre Open Day Saturday 18 November 2017 There will be: Inflatable Water slides Bouncy Castle Face Painting Food Trucks Not to mention full use of our 3 pools – on what is scheduled to be a rather warm day! Entry is a gold coin donation (all proceeds to Belgravia Leisure’s community fund) Belmont Oasis Open Day 2017 … Read More
We have had a great week in OSHC! We are loving our new room! The children have spent this week constructing a house using recycled materials. The children worked extremely hard to create a house with multiple fine features. We have them displayed in OSHC! Please come down and take a look. The children have been using our light … Read More
Week 4 of Coding Club saw our Tuesday students begin work on this term’s main project, the Sumo Wrestling Robots. The students planned out their design and began building and programming their robots. Some of our students got the wonderful opportunity to demonstrate their sumo wrestling robots at the open day on Friday. On Wednesday the students continued working … Read More
Literacy Students this week looked at Idioms and how they are used in speech. We continue with our Poetry Unit and are looking at the structure of different poems, rhyming and rhythm. HASS We are still creating our own countries and parliamentary system, tying in Geography and climate depending on where our country is located. Students have enjoyed naming … Read More
This week we begun a new Religion unit called ‘The Church Community’. This unit focuses on communities and in particular the Church Community. This week we will be participating in a Paraliturgy about communities and celebrating our school community. In English we researched Australian animals and came up with interesting facts about Australian Animals. We discussed capital letters, finger spaces … Read More
In RE this week the children continued wondering at all the creepy crawlies that God made. We read The Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle and made paper plate butterfly life cycles showing the four stages of the butterfly life cycle: the egg, the pupa, the caterpillar, the chrysalis and the butterfly. Our ‘Around the World’ trip came to an end … Read More