Lego Club

Hi everybody, we had a great turn up today thank you to everybody who came today.

                                                                       

Here are our top 3 creations from today:

This is Sienna B and Alexis T (both form 3/4 C) and their creation, “The car”.

This is Aston from Prep J and his creation, “Bay Blades”.

This is Mae from 3/4 C with her creation, “The House”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dedicated doggy drops by

Last week we were very fortunate to have a visit from Nicky, the aunt of Macy and Gemma. She plays footy for the Bulldogs and her nieces were very excited to have her visit their classes. She also helped us with training at lunchtime for our girls footy team. They play against other schools on the 4th of May. Nicky gave us some signed posters and footy cards. Lots of the students were inspired by Nicky and really appreciated the effort she made to come to our school and spend time with us.

 

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Book Of The Week

Hi everyone, I’m in charge of this week’s Book of the Week. The book I have chosen is ‘A Very Unusual Pursuit’ by Catherine Jinks.Image result for a very unusual pursuit

I love this book because it is a thriller book and it always keeps you on the edge of your seat. It is about two people named Mr. Bunce and Birdie Adams who are boglers. A bogler is a person who hunts bogles. A bogle is a monster that eats people. I would highly recommend this book to any thrill seekers that like to read horror books. 

Blog Buddies

Hi my name is Michael, this week I am in charge of selecting a ‘Blog Buddy Post of the Week’.

Yr 5/6 Blog from Holy Family Catholic School In South Australia.

I have selected the Year 5/6 blog from Holy Family Catholic School in South Australia and they have been investigating optical illusions and they look amazing.

Click on the link to check it out!

Junior Chef – Caramel Popcorn

Hello everyone, I am this week’s Junior Chef ! I am so excited to be the first junior chef for the year. The recipe I decided to share with you is a recipe for Caramel Popcorn.

Ingredients

  • 11 tablespoons of butter
  • 45g golden syrup
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon
  • 2 tablespoons of thickened cream
  • Unsalted popcorn kernals
Equipment

  • A saucepan
  • A tray lined with baking paper
  • A spoon

 

 

Method:

1. In a saucepan combine the butter, brown sugar and golden syrup over medium heat. Bring to the boil and let it cook for a further 3 minutes.

2. Take the mixture off the heat add the water and stir. Let the mixture cool for 5 minutes and add the cream.

3. Pop your popcorn and place it onto the tray. Drizzle on the caramel and enjoy. (caramel doesn’t harden)

Remember to get an adult to help and that you are supervised by an adult

 

Around the Yard

Hi, my name is Isabella, I am this week’s student photographer. This is what I saw around the yard on Monday at recess.

 

This is Sienna, Elena and Alexis (all in 3/4CA) jumping on the 100s chart.

The boys playing soccer.

This is Stefania, Maddie, Evie, Sienna T, Chiara G and Cecilia playing on the monkey bars.

MOTHERS DAY BREAKFAST UPDATE

On Monday night the planning committee gathered at Down the Rabbit Hole to plan the Mother’s Day Breakfast. It promises to be a beautiful celebration of the wonderful ladies in our community.

We need as many dads as possible to help on the morning. So boys and girls, ask your dads whether they can help.  

If they can, ask them to reply by Friday 5 May, or to contact the office. 

ANZAC GATHERING

on Monday we came together to remember all those who protected our freedom. A special thank you to our wonderful 5/6SC who planned and presented our reflection. Peace is something we should not take for granted, peace comes when we learn to respect others and share common values. 

     

Family Maths Night!

Join us for the St Charles Borromeo Family Maths Night!

We will have have games and fun activities for families to play together as well as some information about changes to our Maths Home Learning.

When: Wednesday, April 26th

Time: 6:30pm

Where: We will begin in the school hall before moving into the classrooms for some activities.

Come along so you don’t miss out on all the fun!

   

Como House

COMO HOUSE EXCURSION!

As part of our new Inquiry Unit Now and Then, last Friday 1/2C and 1/2KC headed off to Como House. It is a very special house which was owned by the Armytage Family. Its over 100 years old! So we lernt lots about the olden days, even DANCING!!

    

1/2IC is off to Como House – we hope they have as much fun as we did!

Our Trip to Bali

Hi, my name is Maximillion. This year my family and I went to a school in the north of Bali.

We would like to thank everyone who contributed some money to help these children have a better education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a link to more pictures of the school.

ANZAC SERVICE

On Thursday we were represented with pride and a true understanding of ANZAC Day by 12 amazing Year Six leaders. I was very proud of them. It was an honor to take these young adults out of the school. If you ever get the chance it is an incredible experience the ANZAC Service at Memorial Park seeing over 750 students from 21 local schools pay their respect.

           

Lego Club

Hi everyone,

Here are the top 3 Lego creations made at Lego club today.

 

This is Mia from 3/4BM with her creation “The Masterpiece”.

This is Aaliyah and Portia from 5/6 with their creation “The House and the Red Shed.

This is Sebastian from Prep J with his creation “The Boat.

 

 

Good job on your creations boys and girls.

The next Lego club will be held next Friday at lunch time in the library.

Community Service Alive and Well at St Charles Borromeo!

Congratulations to Alessia and Alexia for taking it upon themselves during the school holidays to doorknock around Alessia’s neighbourhood to raise money for Project Compassion. We are so proud of you for living out the school values of care, empathy and responsibility. The money raised has been added to our school collection and will be directly donated to Caritas Australia. Well done again ladies!

“It does not take much to help. We think as young children our future will be great but things may change. You never know if you may become poor. We loved learning about Project Compassion at St Charles Borromeo, because we see how lucky we are to have warm beds and nice houses! It is important to help people that are poor.” (Alexia and Alessia 3/4C)