Exhibition keeps rolling and the inquiry gets deeper and deeper. It’s great fun to see the iterative process resulting in a deepening of understanding. This week our students have been using the “I used to think but now I…” prompt to help them identify just how much they have learnt so far.
Thanks to all the parents who are helping to continue learning at home from helping to organise trips to taking your children to sustainable cafes where the plastic bottles are made from plants!
Our Maths focus continues to be exploring how fractions, decimal fractions and percentages are ways of representing whole-part relationships. A reminder that your child can be building their skills and knowledge at home using IXL and that Khan Mappers is great preperation for the MAPS tests that will be coming up later in the year.
Students are starting to get creative too and thinking about how to build in their Visual Arts learning in their presentations and displays through Canva. Many children are also using their creative writing skills to share what they have learnt.
Please don’t forget the Charity book drive. Ask your child for more information.
Have a great week!