If the World Were 100 People


What do you think about the world and justice when you see these videos? How do you feel? Children can be heroes and make a difference too! How would you like to make a difference?

Justice & Dignity from Matilda


“Just because you find that life’s not fair it
Doesn’t mean that you just have to grin and bear it
If you always take it on the chin and wear it
Nothing will change

Even if you’re little, you can do a lot, you
Mustn’t let a little thing like, ‘little’ stop you
If you sit around and let them get on top,
You might as well be saying
You think that it’s okay
And that’s not right!
And if not… that’s not right
You need to put it right” 

Matilda in the Roald Dahl

*We are learning about justice and dignity in our Religion Education lessons. What does the quote mean to you?



On Tuesday, April 24th our class learnt about ANZAC by listening to the story My Mother’s Eyes by Mark Wilson and making ANZAC biscuits. We had to cut and paste the recipe to put the ingredients and sequence the steps! We really enjoyed our delicious cookies.


St Francis Feast Day at our School


Then we learnt how to sketch a wolf as we learnt about the story of when St Francis tamed a wild wolf. We used the Art Hub for Kids to help us learn how to sketch a wolf.

Check out some of our sketches below.

3/4M’s Super Father’s Day Tea


3/4M’s Super Father’s Day Tea on PhotoPeach

ANZAC Day – Lest We Forget


To honour past and present Australian soldiers we have been reading some stories about WWI and WWII and we have been learning about some important symbols such as poppies and medals. We also did some art activities and wrote cards to give to war veterans on ANZAC Day. Below is some of our artwork.  

Lest we forget!

Famous Inventors


Leonardo Da Vinci

Louis Pasteur

Galileo Galliei

Thomas Edison

Wright Brothers

Which Inventor was most important to our history? Which inventor and invention do you think you could not live without? What time of learner do you think inventors are? What would you like to learn more about?

Father’s Day Tea


On Thursday, September 1st our class invited our dads, grandfathers, uncles and teachers to come to our class for a special Father’s Day Tea. We made them 2 different appetizers, a main course and dessert to serve them for the special occasion. We also sewed them beautiful bow ties for them to wear for the joyous event and keepsake cookbook with recipes of all our yummy food that we made a special recipe of how to make the perfect dad like our own. Thank you to all the fantastic dads, uncles, grandpas and teachers who came to celebrate with us. And big thanks to Miss Murphy’s mum visiting from Canada and Mrs Angie for their help in the kitchen. 🙂

Lest We Forget

My Mother's Eyes 2, Mark Wilson

To commemorate ANZAC Day we did a few activities to help us learn. On Friday, we read the story ‘My Mother’s Eyes’ by Mark Wilson. After reading the story we learnt about the rations the soldiers were given for their survival while in the trenches. The students made poppies, and also made some watercolour pieces of art inspired by the illustrations in the story. We also got to  read and follow the recipe to make ANZAC biscuits. Here are a few photos to show some of our work.

Remembrance Day Poem

poppy1 We have been learning about different types of poetry in our writing classes.   Here is a very special poem written by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae who was a Canadian poet, physician, author, artist and soldier during World War I. He was born in Guelph, Ontario and died in France in 1918. What do you think about when you read this poem? How does it make you feel? Is this a structured poem or free verse?
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