Welcome back to Term Two and what is set to be another fun-filled and engaging term of learning! We were very excited to welcome all of our students back to school on Monday the 25th May.
We have missed all of them very much and are exceptionally proud of all the efforts made by our teaching, student and parent community in continuing learning in a remote setting.
We would like to thank you all for the wonderful support that all of our students received. As we begin again with our inquiry face-to-face teaching, we take with us all that we have already learnt and plan for a bright term of learning and exploring.
We have asked our students what they are looking forward to the most?
Is it break time, when they can play with their friends in the playground?
Is it Investigations, where they can ask questions and explore ideas through play?
Is it singing with their teachers?
Is it prayer circle?
We are enjoying being together as a learning community again! As we all move back to face-to-face learning, may we remember all of the new skills we have learnt. Maybe your child learnt to ride a bike? Maybe they learnt something new when using Seesaw? Maybe they enjoyed spending time with their family?
Whilst continuing our learning remotely, we were able to launch into our Investigations units for the term.
In Kindergarten, we have already started inquiring into ‘How do we share our family stories?’
The children created their own family trees at home - they look fantastic!
In Year One, the students have loved looking at all of the family items from the ‘past’ in their Investigations pod - what could all these items be?
The challenges of remote learning almost turned into small blessings, allowing us to integrate family learning with both of our history units. Lots of exciting learning happening this term.