Year 3/4C have been getting to know “Stig” ... an enigmatic stone-age boy who lives in a rubbish dump near Stonehenge and whose story is described in the classic children’s novel “Stig of the Dump” written by Clive King. The students were inspired to create their own models of Stonehenge using clay and natural materials from around the school.

year 3/4c recreate stonehenge

Klasse 3/4C hat "Stig" kennengelernt ... ein myteriöser Steinzeitjunge, der in einer Müllhalde in der Nähe von Stonehenge lebt und dessen Geschichte in dem klassischen Kinderroman "Stig of the Dump" von Clive King beschrieben wird. Die Schülerinnen und Schüler wurden inspiriert, ihre eigenen Modelle von Stonehenge aus Ton und natürlichen Materialien aus der ganzen Schule zu erstellen.

Cotton from Year 4 has recently been awarded Highly Commended for Years 3-4, Individuals Category in the 2021 ANSTO Shorebirds Competition. The student entries were blind judged by a panel with expertise across a range of areas. Cotton demonstrated excellence and is one of only five students to be awarded Highly Commended for this category.

Australia's Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, (ANSTO) is the home of Australia’s most significant landmark and national infrastructure for research. As part of their education programme, they regularly hold tours and workshops and competitions for students. 

Congratulations, Cotton!







2021 ansto Shorebirds competition

happy diwali

On 4th November, the students from Year 3/4a had the opportunity to learn about Diwali and how and why it is being celebrated. We did some art and craft, wrote cards, tried some sweets and even spring-cleaned our classroom.

The name Diwali, also spelled Divali,  is derived from the Sanskrit term dipavali, meaning “row of lights.” The festival generally symbolises the victory of light over darkness.

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