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Coding the JS Library with Emoji
Students explored the potential of images  as a way of  communicating through the use of emoji. In Week 1 classes read the first shortlisted picture book.                 This (More)
NOVEMBER: SING A STORY – RHYME A STORY
NOVEMBER :Share a Story SING A STORY – RHYME A STORY  Book Chook Posts Rhyme & Rhythm More)
April: History is a Story
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OUR CORE VALUES @ SALC Making Connections INTEGRITY
Making Connections INTEGRITY Integrity – ‘The Spirit of Honour’ \"We aim to demonstrate integrity in our relationships with those in our own and wider community. We believe integrity is at the core of how others see us and as such, seek to be hold (More)
SEPTEMBER – SHARE A STORY -SWAP A STORY
SEPTEMBER – SWAP A STORY For the month of September we are going to take a slightly different approach to the physical swapping of stories and instead swap stories by swapping the author and writer of the story in a Junior School progressive story w (More)
GLOBAL ONENESS PROJECT
GLOBAL ONENESS PROJECT BRING THE WORLD TO YOUR CLASSROOM WITH STORIES AND LESSON PLANS. \"The stories explore cultural, social and environmental issues with a humanistic lens.\" Source This webs (More)
Term 2 in review
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FEATURED WRITER - NARRATIVE WRITING
        Earlier this term, the Year 4 students were learning to write narratives. Some of these stories were s (More)
AUTHENTIC AUTHORS: WRITING FOR A PURPOSE
Using the iPad to create a background  for a story. FEATURED WRITERS One way to allow students to write for a purpose is through the creation of stories and the publishing of them. In the Junior School, I am supporting students to become ‘published (More)
SEE- FEEL- HEAR: SHARE A STORY IN JUNE
Explore new worlds through your senses - SEE - HEAR - FEEL We see stories through movies, theatre and plays; feel the emotions through character development and stories;  specialist materials for visually impaired and through audio books. The \'H (More)
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