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We woke up to a warm and windy day where we all had to practise our great Aussie salute to keep the flies away. Armed with lots of sunscreen we headed to our activities with one change. our Kayakers became Boogie Boarders. The cool change was a brief shower that brought relief from the heat and we continued on. for our last night at camp we feasted on chicken schnitzel, roast vegies and yummy salads, topped off with ice cream cones. Tonight we will be putting on our disco gear to party the night away.
Day 2 dawned and promised to be a spectacular day. We began our activity rotations in the morning and headed back down to the beach after lunch. We slipped, slopped and slapped and then hit the water. Tonight we feasted on lasagna, garlic bread and more delicious salads.
We arrived safely at camp, ate lunch and headed down to the beach. The weather was sunny and everyone headed to the water. As you can see wetting Mr Rovetto was the sport of the day.
YEAR 6 NEWS
With Term 1 quickly drawing to a close we look back on what has been a very busy time.
During this term Year 6 students have taken part in webinars with other schools across the state, where they developed their understanding of the 4Rs of online safety and how to seek assistance if they encountered online bullying.
Student leaders attended the GRIP Leadership conference travelling into town by train and learning the core strategies related to being a leader.
Harmony Day saw the Year sixes dressing in orange and spending their day building, creating, singing karaoke, improving their photography skills, playing board games and having a great day playing.
Taking part in the cross country gave our students an opportunity to practise their leadership skills. This time it was our House Captains leading their Houses in cheering on the runners and assisting in the setup and operation of the day. Congratulation to Oaklands house on taking out the day.
As part of Curiosity our students have been taking part in a unit on economics. They were required to select an item to make market and sell on market day. This involved costing and ordering their ingredients,
As part of Safer Internet Day the students in years 4, 5 and 6 took part in an eSafety webinar which focused on helping the children to understand the four Superpowers:
Respect – I will treat myself and others the way I like to be treated
Responsibility – I am accountable for my actions
Reasoning – I question what is real
Resilience – I get back up from tough situations
The students were given the opportunity to identify these Superpowers in different scenarios to develop a better understanding of their how they can be applied to real life.
Wednesday saw the sun shine brightly as we began our activities, high ropes, giant swing, flying fox, orienteering, kyacking, and games. Lunch was hamburgers, then we headed to the beach for an afternoon of sun, sand and surf (well not really surf, more like ripples) Dinner was snitzel, roast potatoes and salad followed by chocolate ripple cake. Then the rain arrived so we all settled down to watch a movie in our PJ’s.