Room 16 is comprised of eighteen year one students who are 5 years old. They wish to share their learning with you.

Saturday, 18 August 2018

"Put Your Rubbish In The Right Bin."

At Team Assembly we have been talking about the need to "put your rubbish in the right bin" and the consequences to our environment if we just let our rubbish blow into the creek or down to the beach.  This was motivation for Samson, Maggie and Alexandra to write about why we need to put our rubbish in the right bin.

"I had to sweep the bay.  My brother had to help me.  My Mum came to look at the rubbish and she saw it was cleaned."
Picture and story by Alexandra

"The rubbish goes to the sea and to the fish.  The fish eat the rubbish.  The fish get sick."
Picture and story by Samson

Thursday, 16 August 2018

Alazye and Pene's Team Assembly Certificates

Alazye has turned 6 so she got a birthday certificate at team assembly.  Pene has been really trying hard with his learning and he always has a smile on his face and loves to help others.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Alexandra's Home Learning

Alexandra likes to practise her writing and she enjoys doing detailed pictures to illustrate her stories.  She has been writing and drawing at home and here she proudly shows the work she has done at home.  Keep practising Alexandra as I enjoy reading your work and talking with you about your drawings.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Chevelle's Amazing Body Story.

"The brain had to be protected."  By Chevelle

We have been learning about our amazing body.  Harold show us the digestive system and what happens to our food but we wanted to find out why some of our body felt squishy and some parts felt hard.  We learnt that we have a skeleton made up of 206 bones and that some of these bones help protect the vital organs underneath them.  Chevelle did a great job of illustrating a skeleton with the details of the ribs and skull and remembering that the brain needs to be protected. 

Monday, 13 August 2018

Team Assembly Certificates: Week 3

Maria and Kura were awarded the Team One Assembly certificates last week.  Maria has been getting herself ready for school and arriving on time while Kura has been using her counting knowledge to help her maths group solve problems.  Keep up the good work Maria and Kura.

Thursday, 9 August 2018

Ned's Kindness Adventure

We were fortunate to have Ned's Kindness Adventure visit Pt England this week.  It was very timely as we have been talking a lot about kindness and treating others with kindness.  The children found the show very engaging and from the discussions and writing that followed they learnt a lot from the show.