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Year 3 Enjoys a Starry Night

On Friday 15 September, the Year 3 Starry Night went off with a BANG!

The students waited with excitement and anticipation all day, until the final siren sounded and it was time to begin. They eagerly joined in with the activities which included face painting, astronaut chocolate game, Oreo moon phases, bottle rocket launching, moon rock relay, don’t drop the asteroid, and of course the bouncy castle.

After bursting at the seams from out of…

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Year 7 Orientation 2017

On Thursday 14 September, the Year 6 students from Kenwick and Wilson joined together for an introduction to Secondary School life. It was an exciting and action filled day where students enjoyed a variety of team building activities, a taste of various subjects, and a grand tour of the Secondary School.

Students from both Campuses were split into three tribes and participated in rotations through Design and Technologies, Science, and Mathematics. Do not be fooled,…

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Creativity at the Fore: Make Your Own Storybook Competition 2017

17 Rehoboth students from Years 1-6, participated in the WA Children’s Book Council Make Your Own Storybook Competition.

Well done to our budding authors and illustrators who all worked very hard to write and illustrate their own book. It has been fabulous to see the en

 

thusiasm and effort that all of these students put in. The bound books are fabulous, with some entertaining stories and beautiful illustrations. The books are…

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Around the World with Pre-Primary

God has created our world with so many different cultures, customs, plants, and animals to explore!

We started our Term with Australia, and had lots of fun with our bush campsite, campfire, and learning about Australian animals. We also looked at Aboriginal art and dance, and had a go at doing our own dot paintings. It was quite hard!

From Australia, we set off to other parts of the world! We looked at African stories,…

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Year 5/6 Discover the Uses and Purposes of Masks

In Year 5/6, we have being learning about masks. We examined decorative masks used in cultural celebrations, theatre, and art galleries, and we also looked at practical uses for masks, such as medical theatre masks, welder’s masks and gas masks.

Next, we focused on three different styles of mask: abstract, tribal and realistic. We looked at the features and colours used in these styles. Students thought about their own personality and chose a style that…

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2017 Primary Cross-Country Carnival

All Year 2-6 students from both the Wilson and Kenwick Campuses had the opportunity today to participate in this year’s Cross-Country Carnival.

There were over 300 runners, all trying their best and enjoying what was a brilliant day of sportsmanship and competition.  

Congratulations to our Champions and Runner-up Champions, and to Wycliffe House who won the overall points competition.

Thank you to the large number of friends and families who came and supported all the students. A special…

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Protective Behaviours with Constable Care

Kenwick Primary students had the opportunity to be entertained and enlightened by the Constable Care crew this week.

Our students from Pre-Primary to Year 3 enjoyed a puppet show where Constable Care’s friends learnt about the difference between being Fun-Scared (like when going on a slide at the park) and feeling Unsafe and needing to ask for help from a trusted adult. It was a good reinforcement of many of our Protective Behaviours messages that…

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Newton House Makes History

A piece of Rehoboth history was made today as Newton House won the 2017 Primary Swimming Carnival.

For many years the Newton team has watched on as their counterparts held up numerous trophies, but finally it was their turn, edging out Tyndale 1048 to 1034. Wycliffe rounded out the table with 988 points, making the Carnival a closely fought competition.

In the pool, students competed in 50m races to determine the age champions as…

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Year 5 Board Games (Project Based Learning)

This semester the Year 5 class has engaged in Project Based Learning (PBL). The task that was set for them was to create a board game for a specific age group that they believed could be sold at Toys R Us.

The students were placed in small groups and they were required to design, create and construct a game that does not resemble any game on the market today. They also had to write the…

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