Year 2 children have been learning about DATA
We wanted to find out which type of pet was most commonly owned by the children in our class.
To collect our information we created a Google form and surveyed everyone in the class. Then we looked at our graphs and talked about the results.
Can you read the graph and find out which was the most common pet in each class?
How many children in each class had cats?
How many children had no pets?
Check out these powerful messages created by Year 5/6 students to inform people that any kind of bullying – Physical, Verbal or Cyberbullying – is not acceptable at St Robert’s. We want our school to be a safe Bully Free Zone. To do this the students used their iPads to take photos, cartoonizers and special effects, Pic Collage for text and Google slides for presentation.
On Monday our teachers attended a Professional Development Day which focused on skilling up teachers as they work together with students in the world of technology. Of course the teachers were very excited to receive their own school iPad to assist them in their teaching and very keen to participate in all the learning activities.
ANZAC Day is one of Australia’s most important national occasions. It commemorates not only the landing of Australian and New Zealand forces at Gallipoli in 1915, but all Australians who served and died in war. Many people get up early to attend the dawn service, others attend the ANZAC march and yet others stop to reflect privately on the spirit of the Anzacs, with their qualities of courage, mateship, and sacrifice.
Our students have been learning about the ANZAC story and its importance in the history of Australia, and some students have created art work or written stories about their thoughts. Here is a presentation on Book Creator.
Hope everyone has had a Happy Easter and a wonderful first term holiday break. We look forward to seeing you all again at school to learn many new and exciting things this term.
Let’s compare an old rotary phone (used in the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s), with a current iPhone.
Children were asked several questions –
- How does it work?
- What is the dial for?
- Can you show me how to call someone? (What is the first thing you do when you want to make a call?)
- Can you send text messages on it?
- What else can you do with a rotary phone?
Do you know?
For many of the children it was the first time they had seen such a phone in reality, so there were many different ideas and suggestions made.
When they compared what they knew about an iPhone however, here’s what they came up with.
Which phone would you prefer to have?
For more Grade 4 Posters See HERE
Our Grade 3 children showed support for the National Day of Action against Bullying by creating anti-bullying messages. Here are some examples.
To see more, click HERE.
2017 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence
This week we are working together to talk about anti bullying strategies and how we can all make St Robert’s School a BULLY FREE ZONE.
Here’s the slideshow we created last year.
Hands up if you enjoyed the Art Show and all the festivities . . .
Last week we held a stunning Art Show displaying our creative students’ work and (questionable) staff talents, student entertainers, brilliant face painting and hair coloring, melt in the mouth fairy floss, tasty popcorn, decorated icecream, hot coffee and donuts, a range of cakes and sweets, and of course the mandatory sausage in bread! Congratulations and thanks to all the organisers who put so much effort into planning and preparing the night and to everyone who donated their time or made contributions. And of course thanks to the St Robert’s community who made it such a well attended and special family fun night to remember. Families will now be able collect their children’s art and display them in their homes.