What a busy week ahead! First of all congratulations to the students who will be representing our school at the district athletics on Monday, we are sure that you will display the endeavour and sportsmanship that our school in renowned for! As Mrs. Sinnott will also be at the athletics, remaining students will be working with Miss Lee and Miss Benbow for the day. Tuesday will run as normal, however on Wednesday afternoon students will be treated to a performance by Zimboyz. On Thursday all classes at St. Patrick's will participate in a re-enactment of The Stations of the Cross to celebrate Holy Week and will finish the day with our last assembly of the term and our easter raffle! What a week it will be....a busy week to cap off a very busy term!
Watch the 'Three Little Pigs Advertisement' below and put your 'PERSUASIVE HAT' on! When you have finished watching, open either popplet or a pages document and list all of the reasons and evidence that support the Three Little Pigs or the wolf. Perhaps you might even like to try the Dragon Dictation app and record your ideas first by speaking. Once the app has translated your ideas into text you can then just copy and paste them into your pages doc!
I have posted an example of a pages document to the left for you to look at for ideas. Enjoy!
Here is some of our work on 'The three little pigs' saga
What do you think?
Who is innocent and who is the victim?
We would love to hear what you think!
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all at St.Pat's! Though it is not officially until Sunday, on Friday we will be celebrating St. Patrick's Day at school with mass, a movie and then to top it all off we have our annual Green Faces day! What a great way to celebrate!
What a fabulous three days the grade 5 students have just had at Portsea Camp. The weather was fantastic, the food was delectable, the company was amazing and the activities......well the activities were challenging to say the least. However but I am proud to report that all students did exceptionally well at giving everything a go despite any fears they may have previously had. After having experienced a lot of the activities first hand I can now see why the students at our school rate this camp as one of the best they have been on! Well done to all of the grade 5 students who showed great resilience and courage at times as well as exceptional behaviour! I can't wait 'til next year!
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