There has been some terrific effort put into homework so far this term. Here are a few videos from last week’s homework we thought we would share. Keep up the good work guys!
Complete the following Natural Disasters chart in your homework book. You can either print it out or rule it up in your book.
Click to view: Natural Disasters Chart
Pretend to be a meteorologist – write in your homework book or record a video of a weather report that will warn viewers of extreme weather in their area and the threat of a Natural disaster that this weather may cause.
For example: “Melbourne is preparing for a heat wave on Saturday with the temperature set to reach 41 degrees. The CFA has warned residents to plan their evacuation in case of a fire emergency. Up North, Queensland will need to baton down the hatches as ‘Cyclone Beacy’ gathers speed …”
Hint: Use a map of Australia in your report.
Create a ‘Natural Disasters’ mind map listing as many disasters as you can research. Try to find connections between the disasters, include a description and be as creative as you can using illustrations and colour! (this may be hand written or created using a program such as Popplet).
This example is not allowed to be copied.
Just reminding everyone that we have an away game at Beaconhills for Friday Morning Sport tomorrow. Footballers please make sure you bring a mouthguard with you or you will be unable to play. Please be at school on time, the bus will not wait for you if you are late.
Just a reminder that about some important transition dates for Grade 6 parents.
• Tuesday 19th April – Officer Secondary College Information Night for interested parents.
Sessions at 5.30pm or 7.30pm in the Learning Community Building.
School tours at 4.00pm, 5.00pm, 6.00pm or 7.00pm.
• Friday 22nd April – Final date for students who would like to try out for the High Achievers Program at Berwick College.
Applications to be received and paid for by this date.
• Wednesday 27th April – Berwick College Information Evening for interested parents.
7.00pm in the Performing Arts Centre.
Dance Academy and Basketball Academy Information Sessions about the program, application process and tryouts will follow the main presentation at 8.00pm.
• Friday 13th May – Year 6 to Year 7 Transition Applications forms due to your child’s classroom teacher.
All forms must be returned by this date or you child will not have a place at a secondary school next year.
For any questions regarding the Transition process, please see Miss Backman.
Anzac badges are for sale. Prices of poppies and wristbands range from $2 to $5. Students in grade 6 will visit classrooms up until Friday the 22nd of April. If they don’t get an opportunity to see the grade 6 leaders in their classroom they can go to 6J at any time to purchase a badge or wrist band.