The Year 5/6 students have been learning about using strategies in games such as hoop cricket, bases cricket and hotshots tennis. They have been developing the skill of the forehand strike.
On Wednesday the 2nd of March our School Captains and House Captains were lucky enough to attend Young Leader’s Day. On this day, students heard from many different inspirational speakers and were able to gain insight into what it means to be a leader and how you can change people’s lives. The theme of the day was ‘Master the Little’. This theme allowed students to see that everything you do big or small, can make a difference. It was a fantastic day and the students who attended will now pass on what they have learnt to their peers to inspire change.
This term, the Year 5/6 students have been revising important cybersafety rules. They have also been practising with Google Forms and creating quizzes to test each other on their cybersafety skills.
“What do you think is the most important rule about cybersafety?”
Oliver: The most important rule about cybersafety is to never give away personal information
Tahlia: Don’t meet up with people you met online.
Josh: The fact that if you post a picture, it never disappears.
Nick: I think the most important cybersafety rule is not to leak your info or others info!
Hailey: Strong passwords.
Jack: I think the most important rule is either having a safe password or never interacting with strangers.
Bailey: To make sure your parents know that you are using the internet before you start.
Ashleigh: Don’t put too much info about yourself on the internet- Full name, school, age, phone no. etc