Mungo Man is believed to be one of the oldest examples of Australia’s first inhabitants.
It’s amazing to learn about the human migration across the world.
Remember that next Monday, 3rd March, we’ll celebrate Clean Up Australia Day.
The 3/4 students will be cleaning up at Creswick Park, straight after lunch at 1:50pm.
Could any of your parents come along on our excursion? If so, please let your teacher know and tell them to turn up on the day, just prior to our clean up time. They can meet us at our line up area.
You may want to click on the link to Play Clean Up the River: An Interactive Recycling Game here!
Also, Greenpeace are supporting a fun activity alongside ‘Clean Up Australia Day’ – you may enjoy looking at this cool initiative or participating – have a look at http://www.stoptrashingaustralia.org/?src=EM1. Remember to ask your parents first!
We hope to see you there! 🙂
Next Monday, 3rd March, HWPS will celebrate Clean Up Australia Day. The Level 3 students will be cleaning up after lunch around Creswick Reserve .
Please bring a plastic bag, gloves or tongs to collect and sort the rubbish.
Are there any parents who are able to come along on our excursion? Please let your child’s teacher know!
We hope to see you there, L3 Teachers
Just a reminder… Please let us know if you’d like to come and meet the us (Gr3/4 teachers) and learn more about our curriculum this Thursday evening.
It’ll also be a good opportunity to get to know the other parents in the class.
Gr 3/4 Teachers
To engage the students in writing persuasive texts, we looked at the different reasons why governments cull animals.
Watch this interesting news report on Shark Culling in Australia from Behind the News (BTN).
Do you think animals should be culled?
There is only one sleep to go before our annual Swimming Carnival!
It’s going to be a fabulously fun event – Here are the details again:
How are you going to try and win the Most Colourful Student in your House colours? What will you wear?