Lyndale Greens PS Newsletter

March 26 2021

Last Day of Term 1

Thursday             1 April              2.30 finish

Casual Dress -Last Day of Term

On Thursday 1 April we will be having a casual dress day.  Students must bring a gold coin donation on the day.  All proceeds will be going to the Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal.

CSEF 2021

The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) provides payments for eligible students to attend camps, sports and excursions.

If you have a valid means-tested concession card, such as a Veterans Affairs Gold Card, Centrelink Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card, or are a temporary foster parent, you may be eligible. There is also a special consideration category for asylum seeker and refugee families.

$125 per year is paid for eligible primary school students. Payments are made directly to the school and are linked to the student.

Your Centrelink Card must be valid on 27th January 2021 to apply. Please bring your card with you when you apply.

If you did NOT complete an application form when you collected your child’s requisites, please come to the school office with your card as soon as possible.

Library Motto Competition

Closing Date: Thursday 1st April

Dear Parent and Students,

Dr Seuss’ motto for reading was:-

The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.

So, this term, our school library is looking for its own motto.

Therefore, families are invited to write an original motto that can be used in our school library.  Please use the entry form below and return to the labelled box at the office.

Entry closes Thursday 1st April.

Families are welcome to submit more than one motto.

The family who has written the ‘winning motto’ will receive a selection of books.

The prize is on display at the office. The winning motto will be announced during our assembly in Term 2 .  The motto will be on display in the Library for 2021.

F. Mangonis, Library Teacher

Newsletter Changes

Currently our school newsletter is sent home to every family in a printed format.  It is also available via the Skoolbag App or on our school website.

From early next Term we will not be sending home paper copies of the newsletter.

To continue to keep up to date, you can access the newsletter through the Skoolbag App and our website: www.lyndalegreensps.vic.edu.au

Narrative Writing -6B

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

The shepherd boy leaped with joy as his dad told him that he had the responsibility of protecting the livestock from the hungry, ferocious wolves. “This job may be hard because if the wolf comes and starts gobbling up the sheep, I would not know what to do” wimped the boy. “It’s not my cup of tea but it will make me more responsible and confident” cheered the boy.

The boy was filled with glee because it was his first day protecting the sheep from the savage wolves. He stood on top of the mountain with a confident look. After a few hours later he got bored. He gazed over the fields and thought to himself “Why don’t I prank the villagers?”

The boy thought to himself, ‘What if I trick the village people … by crying wolf?” The boy had an evil smirk on his face and said, “This will be a piece of cake.” Without hesitation the boy exclaimed, “WOLF.. WOLF..!” One of the sheep quickly threw a mud ball at the boy’s mouth and questioned, “ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR MIND!” The boy was speechless.

“Why would you do that!” exclaimed the sheep. The boy completely ignored the sheep and spat out the mud ball. “Stupid sheep” the boy kicked the sheep and with no hesitation he cried wolf “Wolf Wolf” All of a sudden the whole village ran out to scare off the hungry, scary, ferocious wolves. The villagers saw nothing but the shepherd boy shedding tears of laughter “You should’ve seen the look on your faces!” the boy hysterically laughed. Everybody stormed back to their homes but one old furious man.

The old man limped to the boy, he pulled his ear and exclaimed “Who do you think you are making me walk in and out my shed!” “It wasn’t me, it wasn’t me, it was the sheep!” The boy moaned. “It’s written all over your face” the old man said furiously, as he limped to his ramshackle shed.  The boy smirked “Did that old man think he can stop me with those stupid words?” The boy felt a faint nudge behind him, he slowly turned around and saw the hungry, ferocious, slobbery wolf staring him down. The boy tried taking a step back but he quickly realised there was a cliff behind him. The boy could feel the evil aura the wolf had around it. He felt shivers down his spine! The shepherd boy felt something warm and wet flowing down his leg, he was hoping it was the wolf’s saliva but it really wasn’t. He could not move a single muscle! Without any hesitation the boy cried “Wolf.. the wolf is really here! As loud as his could but nobody came out. “I’m not falling for your stupid trick, ha ha”, the old men giggled. The wolf started gobbling up the sheep one by one. “Mmm.., those sheep were delicious... but I’m still hungry” the wolf growled. The shepherd boy and the ferocious wolf looked at each over silently.

The boy shivered, “You’re barking up the wrong tree, I’m- I’m not tasty”. All of a sudden a crowd of villagers appeared “Hold your horses!” they roared. The wolf was clearly outmatched and intimidated by the flames, shovels and pitch forks. The boy was relieved but the old man was still mad at the boy. 

After all the terror that had happened, the shepherd boy has finally learned his lesson. Now the boy knows if you do something horrid, karma will hit you with consequences. By Sareen 6B

 

Student of the Week

PA:      Desmond, for trying harder to form his letters when writing.  Well done Desmond.

PB:      Oscar - For his fantastic effort to sound out words when reading with Mrs Karavasil. Well done Oscar!

1A:      Ayesha Khan – Congratulations to Ayesha for working hard to improve her reading. She is practising her words every night at home.  Well done Ayesha!

1B:      Nima Rahimi for excellent recount writing about the time we blew bubble Well done.

1C:      Betty-Jade Ferguson - for being able to confidently read 500 magic words.  Well Done Betty!

1D:      Daiton Tei Ona for having a go at sounding out his words during writing. You did a great job at spelling 3 letter words in our ‘sound-check’ task this week. Well done Daiton!

2A:      Qaireena Binti Abdul Malik for her amazing resilience when faced with a challenge and her fantastic efforts with her work

2B:      Izayah for striving to understand and identify the differences between non fiction and fiction texts. I love the effort you have been putting into these class discussions.

2C:      Student of the Week for 2C is Buai Koang

2/3A    Xavijah Deing-Heke for your excellent explanations in Maths when we worked on balancing equations. Great contribution to class discussion. Well done, Xavijah!

3A:      Sophia from 3A- having a positive attitude to learning and trying her best to finish all work tasks. Amazing effort!

3B:      Monica Kallio for showing great focus on her learning. You are able to explain your thinking with the class to solve problems. Well done!

            Ysabella Bonilla for using great persuasive openers in her short speech about her hero. Well done Bella!

4A:      Merin Beljo - for the great start she made on her La Tomatina Festival narrative. Great creative ideas and use of descriptive vocabulary!

4B:      Ashmitha John, for completing excellent Higher Order Thinking questions. Her answers always include extra details that make her work a very high standard. Well done.

4C:      Liya – for using a range of openers and noun groups to add description to her narrative about the La Tomatina Festival.

5A:      Mojteba Alsahlany - For making positive decisions with his learning and for using different strategies to answer questions involving money. Keep up the amazing focus!

5B:      Zohaib Khan for finding cause and effect statements in a persuasive text.  Keep up the fantastic work Zohaib!

5D:      Jason Jogin - For always being involved in class discussions and working responsibly

6A:      Mariam - for outstanding effort adding figurative language when describing the setting in her sizzling start. Amazing work!

6B:      Angelina Sreang in 6B for formulating a variety of graphs, which were presented neatly and precisely,  reflecting data she collected from her peers.

6C:      Keyda Suson for doing a fantastic job interpreting a writer's attitude from explicit information. Well done Keyda!

Science:         Amy Hoang 1B -  for trying her best and working to a high standard

Mahsa Hussaini 6A  -for presenting experiments and activities neatly, completely and writing incisive comments

Languages: Maria Yousofi 2A – for always trying her best to learn new vocabulary and join in on Indonesian language games.  Well done!