On Monday, 22 June, Years 1-6 took part in Literacy Groups. We walked around the school, took photos, and wrote notes about what every class was doing. It was very interesting seeing the activities the younger learners did.
This year our school theme is Every Nation. The Year 5 and 6 students were looking at different countries in small groups. We researched to find information, made a slideshow and then shared it with each other. At the end one person from each group stood up in front of everyone and said a prayer for their country.
The Year 3 and 4 students were making a story from the perspective of a baby girl. They we given a list of a different language words that had the exact meaning in English. They had to make a story from what they saw in a picture. The way they made the story was from looking through a window with different things happening inside.
One group of the Year 1 and 2 students were cracking a code to find out what stuff was in a suitcase. A different group of students found a teddy bear that lost his memory. They were trying to help him by looking in his suitcase to find clues, to where he had been on his holiday and what his keys were for.
It looked like every student were having lots of fun doing their Literacy group activities.
Written by Bella, Ayesha and Joshua
(Year 5 and 6)