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Birds Birds Birds: Investigating Living Things in Year 3

The Wilson Year 3 class have gone We spent Term 2 learning about and pondering God’s marvellous creations. During Term 2 in Science, we learnt that living things can be grouped on the basis of observable features and can be distinguished from non-living things. We discovered how animals are classified into different groups. We learnt …

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Canberra 2019: A Whirlwind Tour of the Nation’s Capital

After another fantastic, whirlwind tour of the sites and learning opportunities of Canberra, we are back and ready for Term 3. This trip forms part of our students’ studies on the Federal Government, our Constitution and the history of Australia. There were many positives for our students as they developed friendships and experienced many new …

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Canberra Day 2: Cockington Green, Gold Greek Station and Questacon

Previous Next Cockington Green Cockington Green was the first place we visited on the second day of our Canberra trip. There we enjoyed miniature houses and people.  We competed by each group trying to take pictures of the displays. The winning team won a special prize from McDonald’s. Some of us rode the train which transported …

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Canberra Day 3 – St Andrew’s Church, ANZAC Parade and Australian War Memorial

Previous Next Today we enjoyed attending church – particularly hearing a wonderful message, revisiting the War Memorial, and travelling to Mount Ainsley. St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church We attended St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church where we learnt about people’s hearts which can only be changed by the Spirit of God. We enjoyed a refreshing morning tea provided …

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Canberra 2019 Day 1 – Parliament House, Electoral Commission, National Mint and War Memorial

Parliament House Today was awesome because we got to have a mock trial of a sitting of parliament. We acted out how it would have actually gone debating a bill and voting. The bill we were voting on was for kids to be playing team sports for 3 hours a week. It was fun because …

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