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Year 5 Term 1 Class Captains

Congratulations to these students for being elected as Class Captains in year 5.

From 5EB
Xin Yu and Cristian Salvo

From 5LD
Omar Nabulsi and Amenah Elmohandis

From 5AS
Jacob Brewster and Rebekah Santiglia

From 5JW
Lauren Borg and Ahmed Karagozoglu

 

 

 

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Interschool Sport – Round 2 VS Roxburgh Rise PS

SPORT HOME VS AWAY WIN/LOSS
ROUND 2 GREENVALE   ROXY RISE PS  
VOLLEYBALL – OPEN 1 SET   2 SETS LOSS
VOLLEYBALL – GIRLS 2 SET   1 SET WIN
BASKETBALL – OPEN 26 POINTS   11 POINTS WIN
BASKETBALL – GIRLS 11 POINTS   17 POINTS LOSS
CRICKET – OPEN 110 RUNS   41 RUNS WIN
CRICKET GIRLS 83 RUNS   95 RUNS LOSS
SOFTBALL – OPEN 11   4 WIN
SOFTBALL – GIRLS 16   13 WIN
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Welcome to Science at Greenvale Primary School!

Hello, my name is Sujata Symons and I am very excited to be the first Science Specialist teacher at Greenvale Primary School in 2018! The students in years 3-6 have been very eager and enthusiastic to begin the Science program this semester.

Years 3/4 are focusing on Physical Science and are learning about Forces.

Years 5/6 are focusing on Physical Science and are learning about Electricity.

Our new Science room has lots of interesting areas for the students to explore, including a Discovery Table filled with amazing artifacts of non-living items to spark student interest and curiosity.

We also have three living additions in the classroom – Pedro the Siamese Fighting Fish and two Spiny Leaf Insects named Clive and Crunchie.

Stay tuned for more updates about the Super Science Program running this year!

 

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Interschool Sport, Round 1 VS St Carlo

SPORT HOME VS AWAY WIN/LOSS
ROUND 1 ST CARLO   GREENVALE  
VOLLEYBALL – OPEN 2 SETS   0 SETS LOSS
VOLLEYBALL – GIRLS 1 SET   2 SETS WIN
BASKETBALL – OPEN 12 POINTS   23 POINTS WIN
BASKETBALL – GIRLS 26 POINTS   18 POINTS LOSS
CRICKET – OPEN 74 RUNS   71 RUNS LOSS
CRICKET GIRLS 79 RUNS   75 RUNS LOSS
SOFTBALL – OPEN 12   11 LOSS
SOFTBALL – GIRLS 12   10 LOSS
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Performing Arts Term 1 2018

This Term the Foundations are learning to sing ‘Advance Australia Fair’ in preparation for the school Assemblies.

We’ve been looking at the lyrics of the song and what they mean through a picture story book titled ‘Sing Australia’. Foundations will be given a copy of the lyrics to take home so that they can practise singing ‘Advance Australia Fair’ with their parents.

During term 1, Foundations will also learn a new song to perform at their first Assembly appearance. They’ll also experience different percussion instruments and learn what a music beat is.

The Year 1s and 2s will continue their music program consisting of: beat, rhythm, tempo and dynamics (loud and soft). They’ll play percussion instruments and learn to read music symbols. Both year levels will have opportunities to work collaboratively in groups while creating dance moves and singing to selected music.

Years 3 to 6 students will not have Performing Arts as a specialist subject until Semester 2 this year.

 

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Coles Sports for Schools

The Coles Sports for Schools program is starting next Wednesday 7th February. When you shop at Coles Supermarkets, you will receive a voucher for every $10 spent.

Bring your vouchers into the school office and place them in the Coles box.

All the vouchers we collect will go towards purchasing sporting equipment for our students.

The more vouchers we can collect the better. Be sure to collect as many as you can from your family and friends.

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Class Captains, Term One, 2018

Congratulations to the following Class Captains for Term One, 2018.

3EW 3EB 3HB 3SM 34S 4BM 4MM 4WR  
Keera Eren Ann Ellena Layla Maddox Judy Azra  
Jack Madison Hadi Ruzga Kerem Ayse Canyon Emre  
4RW 5EB 5LD 5AS 5JW 6JH 6AD 6MT 6RR
Lily Xin Yu Omar Jacob Ahmed Zekiye Adela Sam Amenna
Leo Christian Amenah Rebekah Lauren Adam Omer Jasmine Ashkin
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