With Christmas fast approaching it would be great to hear what traditions you and your family do. Please leave a comment below sharing some of the things you have done or hope to do our the next few weeks as we wait for the Birth of Jesus.
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Just a little quiz covering many areas of the curriculum:
- The time in Paris right now is 7pm. What time would it be in Melbourne?
- Name four cities in Italy? Bonus points if you can name four famous churches in Italy?
- What are the capital cities of the following countries:United Kingdom, Croatia, Italy, France and Slovenia?
- What is the most popular sport in Italy? Name two teams that play this game?
- Name the museum in Paris in which the Mona Lisa is found?
- Which musical instrument is from France?
- Our train departs from Paris at 8.01am and arrives in London at 11.17am. How long does the trip take?
- One Euro is $1.60 Australia dollars. If I bought a crepe for 6 Euros, how much will it cost in Australian dollars?
- How long has the current Queen been on the throne? What is the name of the palace she lives in?
- In Verona, which balcony from a famous Shakespeare book can be found there? You can ask Ms. Corrone or Ms. Falvey for the answer.
Hope you enjoy this quiz::
Hi Everyone. Hope you have enjoyed a fantastic holiday and are ready for an exciting Term 4. I am thoroughly enjoying my holiday in Europe with my family meeting relatives, seeing many wonderful sights and eating many of the delicacies from each country. The photos in the Pic Collage in order from top to bottom are the Gallery of Evolution (Paris), Tower Bridge (London), Harrods (London), Les Jardin des Plantes (Paris), Duomo Cathedral (Milan), Venice ( Italy), and Baska (Croatia). I am looking forward to sharing many stories and photos very soon. See you soon. ✈️ Mrs. Elvin
In Year 5/6, our focus in Maths is on the topic of time. One of our activities was to compare times around the world. This allowed students to explore and work with positive and negative numbers, addition and subtraction, as well as the concept of time. It also embraced geography and literacy with much rich discussion occurring in the classroom.
On the 20th August, we have the opportunity to send 15 students to the KidsView Social Justice Conference to be held at St James in Vermont. The conference focuses on discussing the challenges facing children in developing countries.
We ask that students apply to attend the conference by writing a letter to Mrs Engellenner. The letter should include reasons why they believe the school should select them to attend and how might they be able to be involved in some kind of Social Justice action after the conference.
All applications must be written in hard copy and be given to Mrs Engellenner by Thursday 13th August.
This term our inquiry will focus on Australian History and what it means to be an Australian.
Can you please leave a comment explaining what questions or areas of Australian History you would like to find out more about.