Hi, my name is Lucy, I am this week student photographer. Here is what I saw while walking around the yard today.
Hi, my name is Alessia and this week I’m in charge of Blog Buddies. I have decided to award Riccarton Primary School for their post “Kahikatea Canterbury Museum Visit 2017”. make sure you take a look and post a comment on their blog.
In InquiRE we have been learning about ways we can walk in Jesus’ footsteps. We helped our community by doing Doncare and we would like to help the world. We want to help the children in Vanuatu.
We would like to raise money for these children and we will be running a sweet treat shop. A sweet treat shop is a shop where the preps will sell yummy sweets. Here are some photos of us making our poster for around the school.
Keep watching the blog for more posts with information about this sweet treat shop!!
This week, for our ICT lesson with Mr Cotela, we used the NEW chrome books for the first time. We learnt how to log on with our own username and password.
We learnt how to open up a new page in a Word document and save it to work on later!
Learning how to change the font characters, size of the writing and colour was amazing!!!!
1/2KC can’t wait to learn more next time!!!
- 100g dark chocolate (grated)
- 130g table butter
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla essence
- 1 and 1/2 cup all purpose flour
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/2 cup of nuts of your choice (optional)
- Preheat the one at 180 Celsius
- Prepare a double boiler and melt the dark chocolate and the butter in it
- Take the chocolate and butter off the double boiler and add vanilla essence and sugar to it, mix well.
- Now add the flour and the baking powder and mix till it’s hard.
- Add milk and mix till it loosens up’s a little bit and then add the nuts
- Take a silicone mould and put the batter in it. bake for about 30-35 minutes.
Three year 4 girls have formed a little Book Club reading The Happiest Refugee by Anh Do. “The extraordinary true story of a boy’s journey from starvation at sea to becoming one of Australia’s best – loved comedians.” We talk about what is happening and how we are enjoying it. We laugh at the funny bits together!
Hi, I’m David and I’m going to tell you my book of the week.
The book that I have chosen is, “Deltora Quest: The Lake of Tears“. This book is about “Lief” who is a 16-year-old boy. His home town is a place called Del. He makes a pledge to his father Endon to find ᐧthe lost 7 gems for the belt of Deltora. Lief has already found the first with the help of his allies Barda and Jasmine. But they have to find 6 more gems. Lief, Barda and Jasmine think that the second gem is at The Lake Of Tears, but this is in a land that an evil witch called Theagan rules with her children Jin and Jod. Theagan and her monsters guard the land so Lief, Barda and Jasmine have to be very careful and watch out for danger so they do not fail the mission.
I would recommend this book to girls and boys because this book has lots of wacky and weird characters.
Year 5/6 have been busily working on their latest homework assignment; creating a Book Bag. The children chose a favourite book to share with the class and completed a series of activities. Here are Portia and Sarina with their Book Bags. Both girls included a range of outstanding props to explain their text.
There was a BIG turn out from the Year 3/4s to Fabian’s lunch time activity today.
On Friday, Fabian will be inviting the Preps to Year 2 to come and play Google’s Interland.
As part of “National eSmart Week”, St Charles Borromeo has teamed up with 5 other schools to share what our top cyber safety tips are.
Here are the first two videos that have been shared.
Doncare came to pick up all items today.
In 1/2 we got to ask lots of questions about the families who rely on Doncare.
We even got to help them load up the items into their cars.
Thanks to everyone who donated something, and well done to all the classes!
A special congratulations to 3/4CA and 3/4BM who both had a total of 316 each. The BBQ will be in the last week of term.
The school TOTAL was 2013 items!
In 5/6 we have been learning about light, and all the ways light travels, bends and is reflected.
Today we learnt about white light. White light is made up of all the colours of the rainbow red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet. When white light hits a certain object the light is split up into all of its colours and is what we see as a rainbow.
We decided to try it our self’s. We used a mirror, white paper, and a jug filed with water.
Here are some of our rainbows.
I have just received notice from Australia Post that Milo and Korina have touched down in Buenos Aires in Argentina.
Let the adventures begin!
Do you have any messages for the adventurous two?
The Year 1/2s have been busy programming using a visual programming tool called Scratch Jnr. Here is Lily from 1/2IC showing how she created a program where animals race across a field.
Hi everyone, here are the top three creations that were made here at lego club today. Lego Club is held in the library EVERY Friday at lunch.
Come and join us!
This is the “Fidget Sspinner” by Blake (1/2IC).
A Year 2/3 class from Glenbrook Elementary School from Wisconsin (USA) has asked whether we can help with their inquiry unit they are doing on ‘communities’. They have shared a slide with us (and around 100 other schools) and have asked whether we can show them what our community looks like.
Alexis, Ariella and Hannah (3/4CA) will contribute a slide for our school very soon.
Do you have any suggestions on what the girls could include on the slide?
The 3/4 classes have been busy creating an abstract painting by mixing primary colours to secondary colours. In the first lesson yellow and red were mixed to make orange. In the next lesson blue and yellow were mixed to make green. Finally red and blue were mixed to make purple. We also learnt about making tints by adding white to the colours. Detail was added and the art work was framed on black paper.
What would you like to tell our community about your art 3/4 students?
Hi, my name is Harlan. I am this weeks student photographer. Here is what I saw while walking around the yard today.
This week we added some more videos to our FlipGrid account to share with our friends from Colegio Newlands in Argentina.
Click on the picture to have a look!
Here is a video that some of our Year 5/6s made for our Argentinian buddies at Colegio Newlands. Thanks to Fabian, Elena, Olivia, Greta and Lewis for giving up their lunch time to make this.