It has been a busy two weeks in ECE 3/4. Swimming, class party and a special visit from a Christmas Horse!
We would like to extend a massive thank you to all of our parents and extended family members who have showered us with so many gifts, kind words and beautiful cards! Thank you also to all of you for following our blog throughout the year. We are extremely proud of how far the children have come and you should be too!
Merry Chrismtas and Best Wishes for the new year.
Mr Kingston & Miss Keys
With only 6 more days of school left for the year we have been very busy completing a range of Christmas crafts including trees and stockings. Here are some pictures of us enjoying activity time.
Waggrakine Primary now has its very own app ready for download from the iTunes store for free. The app gives you instant access to all newsletters, the school blog, canteen prices and also a direct link for you to call or email the school. Make sure you download it today!
Just search ‘Waggrakine Primary’.
Well done to all students on a fantastic assembly! Here is our music video!
Today was our second last assembly practice before we host the school assembly this friday, December 6th.
We would like to invite all parents, family and friends to attend. A reminder that students will need to arrive promptly to school by 8.30am and be dressed in holiday clothes. They can wear these clothes for the remainder of the day.
This week we have been busy making our African Animal masks with our parent helpers. They look fantastic.
This week we took the students outside for some team building activities. Students worked in groups to create three letter words made with their bodies! We also played some bean bag challenge games.
Today we participated in ‘The Amazing Race’ with our year 7 buddies. We had to complete a variety of challenges around the school. After each challenge was completed teams received their next clue. All of the teams did a fantastic job and had a lot of fun!
For the past two weeks, the Year 1’s have been reading ‘Sea-Monster Soup’ by Lisa Thompson. After reading the story we wanted to design our own sea monsters.