When : Friday 7th November at 7pm
Where: St. Kevin’s school hall
Tickets are on sale now:
Everyone is encouraged to dress up and get your photograph taken in the PHOTO BOOTH!
There will be lots of prizes!
Blackberry Jam Bush Band will be providing the live music and learn some Aussie Bush dances!
So come along and enjoy the fun!
Welcome back everyone. I hope you all enjoyed your holidays and are ready for our last term togehter. This term we will be learning about SOLO TAXONOMY. SOLO Taxonomy (Structure of Observed Learning Outcomes) is a model that describes levels of increasing complexity in our understanding of topics.
Using SOLO Taxonomy as a model, we become active participants in our own learning. We can follow the five steps to create new learning. It provides the scaffolding you need to self-assess your learning outcomes and what to do next.
Watch the clip below and tell me at what stage you are at with understaning SOLO TAXONOMY.
A few weeks ago St. Kevin’s celebrated book week. We dressed up as our favourite book characters.
Dr. Seuss says:
The more you read the more you know
The more the more you know
The more places you’ll go!
We love reading!
1/2 KK are learning to be artists. We began by looking at primary and secondary colours. The primary colours are red, blue and yellow. Do you know what secondary colours are formed from our primary colours? 1/2 KK do! (hint: orange, green and purple).
On Thursday August the 8th, Grades 1/2 enjoyed a silly science incursion where they learnt how to be scientists. They had a variety of experiments. They looked at:
- Making slime
- Optical Illusions
- Leak-proof bag
- Making rockets
Have a look at our future scientists!
Silly Science Incursion on PhotoPeach
At the beginning of Term 3 the juniors enjoyed a day of fun in the sun with athletics day, where they enjoyed a variety of sports activities. I was in charge of the egg-and-spoon race and here are some photos that were taken of our future champs. Olympics 2024 here we come!
Welcome back everyone to Term 3. Thank you to the students who have had a look at our blog. Hopefully Mrs Kydas will add to her blog more often ( hint hint Mrs. Kydas!)
Yesterday we all visited Coal Creek. We enjoyed visiting the past. Do you know what these things were used for back in the early 1900’s?
Welcome back to Term 2 1/2 KK. I know you all enjoyed your holidays and are looking forward to new and exciting learning opportunities! Here is where we will be sharing our learning and discoveries with the world. Enjoy and let’s get started!