Monday, 19 August 2019

Term 3, Week 5


Good afternoon everyone and welcome to week 5!!

Can’t believe that end of this week we will be half way through this term.
I had the pleasure of heading down to watch the Year 5 footy derby on Saturday morning. I was great to see all the boys running around and getting into it, unfortunately I missed the memo on the weather as it was FREEZING!

Book week:
This Friday 23rd August is our Book Week dress up day. So dust off the ole Willy Wonka costume and get sorted for Friday morn!

Champion Life:
This week’s Champion Life Champion of the week is Axton Hughes who create multiple videos through the first few week of us subscribing to the service. Well done Axton!!!!

Homework:
For those students that are still struggling to understand what the activities for spelling are, there is a success criteria on their Onenote.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Maths:
The children are expected to complete only one unit of their Maths homework weekly. Each unit will be due on a Friday and time will be provided on Friday gathering time to review any tricky parts or unfinished sections before handing in.

This week is Unit 24

Spelling:
LCWC

ABC Order:
An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Adding my words:
 An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Consonants and Vowels:
Write your spelling words; use a blue coloured pencil for consonants and a red coloured pencil for vowels.
Spelling:
LCWC

Synonyms:
Choose 5 spelling words and next to each one write 2 synonyms.

A synonym is a word that means the same. Use a thesaurus for help, if needed. Example: large big

Monday, 12 August 2019

Term 3, Week 4


Welcome to week 4!!!

Champion Life:
This week’s Champion Life Champion of the week is Taylah Halloran who create multiple videos through the first few week of us subscribing to the service. Well done Taylah!!!!



Mission Market Donations:
On Thursday morning we will walking down to Mass on Thursday morning to celebrate Mass at OLOTSC to begin at 9.30am. If you are able to join us you are most welcome!
Students are to wear their Sports Uniform for Thursday.
Below is a note that was handed out today.


Our Learning:
Below is a couple of photos from our science lesson today. This term we are looking at our Solar System. Today we examined the distance between the planets from the sun. Poor Isaac was Neptune who was 44 meters away from the sun which converted is 4,495,100,000 km’s.




Homework:
For those students that are still struggling to understand what the activities for spelling are, there is a success criteria on their Onenote.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Maths:
The children are expected to complete only one unit of their Maths homework weekly. Each unit will be due on a Friday and time will be provided on Friday gathering time to review any tricky parts or unfinished sections before handing in.

This week is Unit 23

Spelling:
LCWC

ABC Order:
An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Adding my words:
 An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Consonants and Vowels:
Write your spelling words; use a blue coloured pencil for consonants and a red coloured pencil for vowels.
Spelling:
LCWC

Synonyms:
Choose 5 spelling words and next to each one write 2 synonyms.

A synonym is a word that means the same. Use a thesaurus for help, if needed. Example: large big

Monday, 5 August 2019

Term 3, Week 3


Welcome to week 3 everyone,

Thank you to everyone that supported the school by attending or donating to the OLC Quiz night on Saturday. It was a great night and a truck load of fun.

Year 2 Buddy Mass:
Weather dependent, the Year 5’s will be walking down to the church on Wednesday with the Year 2’s.

BRLA:
This Thursday the Year 5 students will be participating in the Bishops Religious Literacy Assessment (BRLA). The BRLA is split up into 4 sections that cover the areas of:
-       Bible
-       Sacraments and Prayer
-       Church
-       Jesus
This assessment will be completed on their iPads, so please make sure that their devices are fully charged for Thursday.

Champion Life:
I have decided to create a little award for the person that is our “Champion Life Champion of the week”. This is for any student that has be showing the CL values as well as completing challenges. This week’s Champion Life Champion of the week is Toby Delane who created 5 videos in the first week of us subscribing to the service. Well done Tobes!!!!

Sports Carnival:
The Athletics Carnival is on the 19th of September.  All children will be in a running race and team events.  Practise for team games has commenced. 

Homework:
For those students that are still struggling to understand what the activities for spelling are, there is a success criteria on their Onenote.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Maths:
The children are expected to complete only one unit of their Maths homework weekly. Each unit will be due on a Friday and time will be provided on Friday gathering time to review any tricky parts or unfinished sections before handing in.

This week is Unit 22

Spelling:
LCWC

ABC Order:
An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Adding my words:
 An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Consonants and Vowels:
Write your spelling words; use a blue coloured pencil for consonants and a red coloured pencil for vowels.
Spelling:
LCWC

Synonyms:
Choose 5 spelling words and next to each one write 2 synonyms.

A synonym is a word that means the same. Use a thesaurus for help, if needed. Example: large big

Monday, 29 July 2019

Term 3, Week 2


Welcome to week 2 everyone. It has been an excellent start to the term and I can’t wait to keep it throughout.

Interschool Cross Country:
This Thursday some of the Year 5 students as well as the Year 3,4 and 6 students will be heading to Bunbury for the interschool cross country. The bus is leaving the school at 8:30am and will be returning around the 2:30pm.
Good luck to all students that are attending. I have had a look at the forecast in Bunbury for Thursday and it looks like it will be a lovely day.

Welcome Mass:
If you would like to join Fr Francis for his first mass at OLTSC this Sunday morning 3rd August, beginning at 9am we would love to see you there.

Champion Life:
We have started using a new physical fitness and mental well being application called Champion Life. This has been a great addition to the class room. From this week, students have challenges that they can complete at home.
It is a great app and it would be great if you could get involved with your child as a family thing.

Mission Markets 
Our annual OLC Mission Markets-  celebrating Our Lady of the Cape Feast Day-  are fast approaching (Thursday 15th August - Week 4). We will be doing something involving mini basketball hoops and balls. I will be ask students if they could to bring theirs in if they have one.

Our Learning:
Maths: Place Value: Our Maths focus this term will be place value up to a million, division, money, volume, capacity and mass.
LiteracyThis term we are looking at a variety of topics. Our writing focus this term will look at the informative text genre and what we can include in our own written texts to inform a reader.  
HASSIn our HASS subject we will have a focus on Needs and Wants. The difference between needs and wants and why choices need to be made about how limited resources are used. Types of resources (natural, human, capital) and the ways societies use them to satisfy the needs and wants of present and future generations
Science: In Science we will be focusing on the solar system.

P&F Plate Fundraiser
The P&F Plates have arrived, if you ordered one please collect it from the office.

Homework:
For those students that are still struggling to understand what the activities for spelling are, there is a success criteria on their Onenote.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Reading:
15 minutes
Maths:
The children are expected to complete only one unit of their Maths homework weekly. Each unit will be due on a Friday and time will be provided on Friday gathering time to review any tricky parts or unfinished sections before handing in.

This week is Unit 21


Spelling:
LCWC

ABC Order:
An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Adding my words:
 An example of this is on the “Welcome” section in  Onenote:
Spelling:
LCWC

Consonants and Vowels:
Write your spelling words; use a blue coloured pencil for consonants and a red coloured pencil for vowels.
Spelling:
LCWC

Synonyms:
Choose 5 spelling words and next to each one write 2 synonyms.

A synonym is a word that means the same. Use a thesaurus for help, if needed. Example: large big