Week 5, Term 2

Kaya as we roll to the end of Week 4 and into the start of Week 5. (Not sure how we got here so quick)   Wow, what a couple of massive weeks we have had. Unfortunately, as many other educational settings around the state, we are experiencing and feeling the impacts of illness. It is a challenging time for many, so please reach out if there is any concerns or support needed during this time. NAPLAN The children were incredible during NAPLAN, I was so incredibly proud of all of their efforts. If your child was absent for any of the tests, Mr Torrese will be organising a make up of these during next week.   Dance for Sick Kids Fundraiser Kindy-Year 6 Students are invited to a whole School Dance Class for OLC's annual Dance For Sick Kids Fundraiser! Please join Mrs Haines next Monday Week 5, with a gold coin donation to start our day raising money for the Ronald McDonald House Charity. If you would like to make an online donation please use the link below: https
  Kaya Year 3 parents It is so lovely to be back in the classroom with the students. I trust that you all had a nice break over the holidays. I know the last few weeks have been really difficult for many people with illness and isolation and all the things that go with it. I do hope that you all stay well, but if you or your child need any extra support, please reach out. Term 2 Important Dates:  NAPLAN -Week 3 & 4 (9th-20th May) Pupil Free Day -Week 6 (3rd June)  WA Day -Week 7 (6th June)  Excursion -Week 7 (8th June)  Cross Country -Week 8 (16th June)  Year 3 Family Mass -Week 8 (18th June)  Term 2 Learning Topics:  Religion: Confirmation Church  Maths:  Time (to the minute) Data (collecting data, creating and interpreting graphs)  Fractions (creating and modelling 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, parts of a whole) Measurement (Length) Writing:  Persuasives Narratives  Speaking and Listening:  Speech related to passion project    Stationery Re

Week 8

Kaya, and welcome back to the 3H blog.  It is so hard to believe that we are halfway through week 8 already. The children have been working so hard over this term. You should be very proud of their efforts. World Down Syndrome Day Thank you so much for the support for World Down Syndrome Day. The children had such a wonderful time designing and creating their crazy socks. It was awesome to see the colours and craziness on the day. Merit Awards Week 6 and 7 Congratulations to Judah and Jaega for being recognised and celebrated for your total awesomeness. Well done guys. Character Strength Dear Parents, currently at OLC we are focusing on modeling and observing different character strengths. The strengths that we will focus on are taken directly from the VIA Institute for Character. If you wanted to learn more about this please follow the link to the 24 character strengths: This upcoming week we are looking for people who s

Week 6, Term 1

  Kaya and welcome back to the 3H blog. I do hope that everyone had a lovely break over the extra long weekend. My boys, husband, Kelly the Kelpie  and I were able to get away camping by the Blackwood River and it was amazing. Just what we needed. Gosh this group of students are hard workers and such a joy to be working alongside with. They have been working hard on Place Value, Addition and Subtraction mental and writing strategies, learning to write Narratives, building their knowledge around the meaning of Lent in the lead up to Easter and also, what constitutes a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Go team go! Seesaw The team have been busy uploading their work on to Seesaw over the last few weeks and it looks fantastic. Please remember to go into your settings in Seesaw app on your phone and turn notifications on to keep informed of your child’s work and progress.      We also encourage you to go through your child's Seesaw journal and have a look at all of the forma

Week 4, Term 1

  Week 4 Blog Post Wow, what a brilliant start to the year, 3H is having. It is hard to believe we are kicking into week 4. They have been working hard at taking on new routines and challenging themselves with their learning. We are so proud of their efforts. Homework  This week Year 3s will start their new homework program. It will include a selection of times table activities and a reading log.   The times table activities have been selected for each child depending on what one they are up to.   Children can choose their own reading book, however if they would like to take home readers, please let Paula or myself know.   Homework will go home every second Monday (even weeks) and is to be returned on the following Friday (odd weeks) .   The children are asked to complete the times table sheets as well as eight nights of reading that is recorded in their reading log.   Learning Focus for Weeks 4 and 5 Writing: We are learning to:   Narratives Descr