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Today our Yr 1 classes got a visit from some very special guests! Summer, the Minibeast Expert brought some of her favourite creepy crawly friends for the students to discover. The class learnt that snails protect themselves through a protective mucus barrier and that Giant 
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Our Preppies took an excursion out to Myuna Farm to learn all about living and non living things for their inquiry topic. They discussed the needs of animals and wrote about their experiences below: On Tuesday 31st July Prep F went to Myuna Farm with 
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The Year 4 Smiling Garden was officially opened this week by our Principal, Mr Robertson. The students in Year 4 have put an outstanding amount of effort into the planning, planting and maintaining of the garden. Congratulations to all of the students who spoke during the ceremony, 
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After much discussion about butterflies and what we know and wanted to find out about them, the class created a collaborative drawn butterfly. The children took it in turns to draw different sections of the butterfly, such as the eyes, thorax, abdomen, and wings. We 
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As part of the whole school community, the Early Learning Centre took part in our very first Christian Orthodox Day. It was held on Tuesday 24th July 2018. All students in the ELC were involved in activities that encompassed this year’s theme of ‘Love thy Neighbour’. 
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Last week the Year 5s travelled to Phillip Island Adventure Resort for three jam-packed days full of camp fun. The students participated in various activities such as the flying fox, initiative course and archery. Although we had rain and gusty winds which changed our plans, it 
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The K4A children made the journey over to the “big school” library on Tuesday morning. When the class first started visiting the library, we spoke about the importance of a library, what we could find there, and what we would do. Miss Chitra helped us 
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Ahoy matey! The Year 4 students experienced life as sailors this week on the Polly Woodside. Their inquiry unit, First Contacts, explores the First Fleet’s journey from England to Australia. The vote was unanimous, no one would have enjoyed the working life aboard a ship! 
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The Year 3s had a wonderful adventure this week attending the Royal Botanic Gardens, and the Shrine of Remembrance to complement their studies on community and remembrance. The students enjoyed touring the gardens and learning about the plant’s significance, and about aboriginal bush tucker. They 
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Year 2 students became ‘Full Body Investigators’ or FBI agents, in an exciting interactive incursion this week. The students were shrunk down and were allocated different body systems such as brain neurons, red and white blood cells, oxygen and gastric juices in an unhealthy individual 
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