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Hands-on 3D Maths Activities with Year 3/4

Nothing brings a Maths lesson to life more than when you get to try out some things with your hands. Recently, the Year 3/4 class did just that as they investigated the beauty, fun and complexity of 3D shapes!

“In class, we have been learning about different 3D objects. We did 4 different activities about making and drawing 3D objects. It was a lot of fun and I enjoyed it” – Isaac

“Cindy and…

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Spotlight on the Year 5-6 Band

During lunchtime on Wednesdays, students in the Wilson Year 5-6 Band meet in the Music Room to rehearse songs and create music together.

What do you do in Band?

“We chat while we eat our lunch. Then we set up our own instruments and help each other to set up theirs too. We decide what we want to practice and Elijah counts us in. Then we jam!” – Georgia and Isaac

“We take our…

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Credo 2017: On This We Stand

On Thursday 21 September, Wilson’s entire student body sang the truths of Scripture together at our school concert, filling the gymnasium with the sounds of “I Believe”. Credo 2017 was a celebration of the rediscovery of Biblical truths during the Protestant Reformation 500 years ago. The venue was “standing room” only as many family and friends attended.

We were privileged to “meet” Martin Luther, William Tyndale, John Calvin, John Wesley, and John Newton as “The…

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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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There’s Construction Out Our Window!

This Term, things have been really changing around our school. There has been noises and workers with trucks and all kinds of machinery, making the ground shake with lots of vibrations. Lots and lots of trucks, pouring concrete from long, insect-like arms and it’s all because we are getting a new gymnasium. Outside our classroom is a construction site and we get to see it every day!

We have been keeping a journal, writing and…

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Year 4s Learn How to Care for God’s World

The Year 4s have been very proactive since their excursion to the RRRC. They have been careful in what they are throwing out and how they could reuse other materials. They are so enthusiastic about recycling that they wanted to do an assembly about how our school could look after God’s world. It’s great to see that our young children think about how we need to be good stewards for God and future generations.

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Pre-Primary Students Enjoy the Outdoor Classroom

In Pre-Primary we utilise our beautiful playground as an addition to our classroom. This Term we have been exploring “Mini Beasts: God’s Little Helpers.” Our outdoor environment has been a huge assistance in growing our understanding of Mini Beasts and how God has called us to care for His creation.

God created worms to help keep the soil healthy and help water to get to the plants roots. They also help get rid of food…

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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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Wanjoo: NAIDOC Week 2017

NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. NAIDOC is celebrated all over Australia, focusing on the recognition and celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. It actually was started by an Aboriginal Christian man, William Cooper!

After a service in 1884, Cooper approached the pastor saying “I must give my heart to God…”. From there, he began a lifelong work to fight for Aboriginal rights.…

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Year 4 Recycle Right

This Term all the Year 4s are looking at sustainability and how we can be good stewards for God in looking after the Earth. On 25 July, the Year 4s and the Year 4 boys from Year 3/4 went to the Regional Resource Recovery Centre in Canning Vale.

We saw what recycled material looks like from our local recycling bins. One student commented that it looked like a dune made of paper. We observed as…

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