Physical Education

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Posted by owenf | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on May 27, 2019

The Foundation students have been working hard on developing their skipping skills, including jumping individually and in a long rope. It has been very rewarding watching some students finally master the skill of skipping while others are still not quite there but still persist.

During Phys Ed lessons in  the upcoming weeks, we will be focusing on dribbling, throwing and catching a small basketball. The students are reminded to bounce the ball at waist height and to the side, use the pads of their fingertips and try to keep eyes forward. I encourage all students to practise these skills at home as well as school. 

Kay Livingstone

Personal and Social capabilities

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Posted by owenf | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on May 6, 2019

We have begun to learn about our feelings.

Our Learning Intention: We are learning to recognise how we are feeling and to build our vocabulary for naming those emotions.

Our Success Criteria:

  • I can use a range of words to describe emotions
  • I can practise the expression of emotions to describe how I feel in different familiar situations

Today in class we loved this song:

Numeracy

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Posted by owenf | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on May 6, 2019

This week we have started learning about patterns.

We have really enjoyed this song that has helped us learn about moving our body to a pattern.

Our Learning Intention: We are learning to copy, continue and create patterns

Our Success criteria:

  • I can identify some  natural patterns in the world around me
  • I can make patterns using materials, movements or drawings

Numeracy

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Posted by owenf | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on May 1, 2019

In Mathematics we have been learning how to collect information and record our findings.

Our Learning Intention: We are learning to ask questions to collect information

Our Success Criteria:

  • I can ask questions about ourselves, familiar objects and events
  • I can represent responses to questions using simple displays
  • I can interpret simple data displays

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