End of Term 3!

Can you believe we are at the end of Term 3 already!?

Here are some dates for Term 4! Week 10 details to follow…
Term Commences Monday 9th October.
Faction Carnival Wednesday 25th October
School Development Day (no students attend) Friday 27th October
Last day of Term 4: Thursday 14th December!

Week 10
Monday – 
No home learning this week. Library Day.
Tuesday –
Assembly and Early close 2.30pm.
Wednesday – 
Art and Author Visit Incursion (free).
OPEN NIGHT! -Wednesday  20th Sept 5.30-7pm.
Thursday – Mrs C away. 
Japanese, Music and Junior Sport (weather permitting).
Friday – 
Book Week dress up day. Parade will be approx. 9am near basketball courts weather permitting. Mrs Springett is in and we have sport.

2017 Book Week Theme: Escape to Everywhere
Imagination drives creativity and innovation. It allows us to envision and escape to worlds beyond our own, to times other than the here and now. It turns boxes into racing cars, dining chairs and blankets into pirate forts, and dress-ups into sweeping ball gowns. Imagination is behind every fairy tale and picture book we cherish from our childhoods.

Our class has chosen Book Week Finalist –

The Snow Wombat

Susannah Chambers, illustrated by Mark Jackson
SHORT-LISTED: CBCA Book of the Year, Early Childhood, 2017
“Snow on the stockman’s hut
Snow on the crows
Snow on the woollybutt
Snow on my NOSE!”
It’s a big journey through the snow for a little wombat, meeting animals, birds and people along the way…but there’s no place like home!
A heartwarming story set in the Australian High Country.Watch the video here –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY7YMbDCYaE
As a class we brainstormed all the possible things we can dress up as! Our list is below:
  • Wombat
  • Crow
  • Sheep
  • Horse
  • Pig
  • Bunny
  • Insects (butterfly)
  • Any farm animals
  • Possum
  • Red robin bird
  • Birds
  • Any Aussie animal
  • Snowman (or woman)
  • Aussie People
  • Skiers
  • Police

Please let me know if you have any questions.

A good holiday activity!

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