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Superheroes

Last week in buddy time, the Year 1 students and their Year 6 buddies had to work together to design a Superhero’s outfit… out of Newspaper!

The Year 1s then had to model their outfit and show off some Superhero poses! The buddies created some great outfits, and some included hats, masks… and even underwear!!!

Some of the Super Heroes that were created were Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Iron Man and Cat Woman.

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Exciting Times in Early Childhood

The past few months have been a very busy and exciting time in the Early Childhood area at the Wilson Campus. We have seen huge transformations in the development of our indoor and outdoor learning environments.

The children have shown immense excitement at exploring the outdoor area, showing fantastic creativity and mature development of their role-play activities. The grassed area has been a fantastic open space, allowing for expansive running and tumbling.…

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Pre-Primary Dive into AQWA Excursion

Today, all the Wilson Pre-Primary students travelled to AQWA for their very first school excursion. We thoroughly enjoyed our AQWA experience of going in the tunnel on the conveyor belt to investigate the Ship Wreck Coast, being splashed by the stingrays at Stingray Bay, and touching the starfish in the Touch Pool. We also enjoyed our lunch and play at Heathcote Park.

This trip created many opportunities for the students to develop their…

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The Great Book Swap

The Library was a hive of activity today as the Wilson Campus participated in The Great Book Swap challenge.

Students were encouraged to bring a book – one that they love, but could bear to part with – and donate it. All books were collected and put up “for sale.” Then for the price of a gold coin, students were able to choose a new book to buy. It was great to see the students so excited about…

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Einstein and the Cook

Every Friday morning, students and teachers sniff the air as the smell of delicious food wafts along the verandah. Where is that lovely aroma coming from?

From the wonderful LEX@R students, of course!  This Term, Year 5 and 6 students who are part of our Kenwick and Wilson Learning Extension at Rehoboth (LEX@R) Program, have been learning food chemistry basics. They have had an overview of basic chemistry – atoms, molecules, the periodic table, bonds…

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Wycliffe Wins Soccer Final

The Grand Final proved to be an EPIC clash between Tyndale and Wycliffe. With both teams determined to win, the ball was constantly contested. Players struggled to position themselves to take the shots at goal they wanted. With much encouraging and support from the sideline, players were enthusiastically playing their best together as a team.

In the first half, it was Wycliffe who had the majority of the ball in their forward line. Kory

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Numbers, Numbers All Around!

What a fun day was had with our whole-school Numeracy Group activities. Every Term, classes join together to celebrate and learn more about a concept within mathematics. Keeping with our whole-school theme One School – Many Nations, many of the classes focused on numeracy games from other countries! Here are a few snippets of what each class did:

Pre-Primary enjoyed participating in a range of rotational mathematics games. They had to order numbers on a number…

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Open Day Fun

After much planning and preparation, last Saturday the Wilson Campus was filled with the sounds of joy, fun, chatter, and laughter as community was celebrated. There were opportunities for families to safely enjoy the many activities, purchase bargains, and indulge in some very tasty food!

The choir, band and individual music items entertained the crowd as well as musical talent from the Senior School. The display of talent was also extended to the brightly displayed…

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What is Sukkah?

What is a sukkah? (Pronounced sookah, not sucker!)

On Tuesday, our Year 3 students constructed a sukkah, or booth, according to the Jewish instructions for the Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkoth. Every year, as they celebrated the feast, Jewish people built a structure with four walls; normally three were covered and a roof made from natural plant material, which is shady during the day and open to the sky at night.

For the seven…

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