Red Faces Finalists

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Well done and thank you to everyone who tried out for our Talent Show on St Charles Feast Day.
The following acts have made it to the final for tomorrow!

Talent Show Finalist

Cecilia, Madeline, Chiara, Elena, Stefania – Acting – ‘The Assignment’
Aquila – Dancing
Max  – Singing
Kalita & Isabelle – Gymnastics
Tayah, Olivia, Evie – ‘The Comedy Trio’
Kirra, Jasleen and Chloe – Dance
Danielle  – Ballet dance
Emily & Simona – Song and Dance

Anyone is welcome to come and watch!

 

1/2KC MAT Program

The motto for the MAT Program is:-                        

Be Strong     Be Calm     Be Kind     Keep trying!

During the program, Guy and Elena teach us that all feelings are okay, we just need to know how to control them!

We are learning to be emotionally resilient.

We are learning to control our emotions!

 

This short video clip shows the children taking part in one of their favourite games called “On Patrol”! The students need to pose with the appropriate action for the command being called, e.g. defend, samurai and “Protect the Princess”!  The last student left is the overall winner!

Red Faces 2017!

Hi everyone, get ready to gear up for the RED FACES 2017! This year’s judges will be our members of the SRC, and this year’s acts are set to best ones ever! The auditions will be held on the 1st of November at 2.30pm in your year level, and the finals will be held on the 3rd of November in front of the whole school. This day will be a full school uniform, but you are welcome to bring costumes to change into. Music is due on the 30th of November.

Natural Resources

During this week the preps have been learning about natural resources. We broke into groups and made a 3D display to put on our wall. We have learnt that a natural resource is something that the Earth creates and we can use these resources to help us live.  Here is a photo of our display wall. 

Victorian Badminton Championships

First timers do us proud

For the first time, we were able to enter a team in the Victorian Primary School Badminton Championships. We hopped on the bus at 7:15 am so we could be in Altona for the start of the games. We were represented by Sienna, Fabian, Michael, Alyssa and Sebastian. They played doubles in different combinations. We played against the best players in the state. We certainly improved over the day and were even able to notch up a victory against a very good team. We finally got home at 4:30 pm – a long, but rewarding day.

Blog Action Team

Looking for nominations from Year 5/6 students to be on the scbtblog Action Team. The main goal for this team will be to review the blog and set directions for 2018. 

If you are interested, let us know in the comment section below. 

There are 4 positions available.  If more than 4 apply, an online election will be organised.

Nominations need to be submitted by 3:30pm Wednesday, 18 October 2017. 

Principal for a Day 8 November

It is time once again to elect our principal for a day!

Students in 5/6 are invited to apply for the role of principal or sitting on the panel to elect our student principal. To nominate it is simple, just follow these steps.

Interview Panel- Email a brief paragraph to Mr. Thomas explaining why you would like to be on the panel and one interesting question you would ask. Due Friday 27 October 9am. 

Principal Role- email an application to Mr. Thomas by Monday 30 October 9am. In your application you must address the following criteria: 

  • What is great about our school?
  • What you would like to change about our school?
  • Why you would make a great principal?
  • What you would do on the day if elected?

Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed on Wednesday 1 November and the interviews will be based on the panel’s questions and a brief two minute presentation taken from the application criteria. 

Fire Carriers

Hi, my names Lucas and I am one of the Fire Carriers at St Charles Borromeo. Today I want to share with you some more information about the indigenous culture.

The Aboriginal culture is the oldest living culture in the world. It goes back about 60,000 years.  Some of the reasons why the aboriginal culture has survived for so long is that they have the ability to adapt and change over time.