Human Powered Vehicle Training – Wednesday 9th of November, 2016
This Wednesday we will NOT be training at the normal time of 3:45pm till 4:45pm.
I want our last riding session before Maryborough to be a twilight ride so training WILL be held at 6:00pm till 8:00pm in the normal location at school, the outside basketball court and front driveway. Please remember to bring a drink bottle and healthy snack as this is a longer training session than usual. Each rider attending this session must have an adult attend with them. I will also be taking the opportunity of this session to answer any questions you might have about Maryborough while the students are riding.
This will be our last training session for 2016, as Maryborough is the last race of the year.
Thank you kindly,
Tomorrow is Pyjama Day to raise money for 4C’s, a church network in Pakenham that supports families in the Cardinia Shire.
It is a silver coin donation and of course you are allowed to bring as many silver coins as you wish. The grade with the longest line will win a prize!!
Please wear appropriate pyjamas that cover your shoulders and you may wear your slippers in class, but of course will need to consider appropriate footwear for outside.
Also, the SRC have begun an appeal to “Give Back Christmas”. We are collecting Christmas items for a hampers and each grade level has a different focus:
Prep – Christmas themed paper plates
1/2’s – Christmas Crackers/Bon bons
3/4’s – Canned Christmas Puddings
5/6’s – Canned ham
These can be bought to school at any time, but the cut off date is 7th December. Mrs Humphries in 5H will collect all the items and once again give to 4C’s to aid their efforts.
Well done to Olivia S, Che, Ben, Emma, Cam, Harry and James (absent) who are our Students of the Week.
With the amazing weather today, we decided to take full advantage of it during 5/6 sport time. The students played a rotation of sports including lacrosse, ultimate frisbee, soccer, hockey and poison ball and it was great to see everyone giving each sport a go!
Research a famous game from another culture. For example, ‘Corre, Corre la Guaraca’ from Chile or ‘Egg Jousting’ from Armenia. Organise a time to play it with your family. In your homework book, record the equipment you needed and the instructions to play it. This might be a board game or a sport based game. It would be great to include some photos.