After working so hard this term you all deserve a break. Next term we will be busy from Day One with speeches, assignments, cross country, naplan, buddies, Canberra, individualised research, blogging, Up a Dry Gully, ANZAC Day, gathering leadership …. Not to mention our busy Australian Curriculum
Monday 18th March 3:10 Connor, 3:20Jess, 3:30Lainey, 3:40Finny, 3:50Saige, 4:00pm Jayden, 4:10Zak
Tuesday 19th March 3:10 Ethan, 3:20, 3:30Lily, 3:40, 3:50, 4:00pm Jackson
Wednesday 20th March 2:10Jojo, 2:20, 2:30Zoe, 2:40, 2:50pm
Thursday 21st March 3:30Netahio, 3:40Ella, 3:50, 4:00 Kelsey, 4:10, 4:20, 4:30Eli, 4:40 Jasmin, 4:50, 5:00Liam, 5:10, 5:20pm
Interviews are confirmed when names are present on the blog.
1. What types of bullying are there?
2. What is one thing you can do to help someone who is being bullied?
3. Why do people bully others?
4. What is the Kids Helpline phone number?
5. What would you say to a person who is trying to bully you?
1. What tips do the media use to get kids attention?
2.Name the first two breakfast cereals you think of.
3. Why do you think you remembered those ones?
4. Name some techniques of effective advertising (newspaper,radio, internet, tv, magazines) What do they do to get your attention?
Public Speaking (click the link)
Have you ever measured your heart rate? Your heart rate is the number of times your heart beats per minute.
When you’re exercising, your muscles need more energy. To get more energy, oxygen is needed from the blood, so your heart rate increases to pump more blood. Regular exercise can improve your heart strength, so it’s more efficient and doesn’t need to beat so often when you’re not exercising. But fitness isn’t the only thing that can affect your heart rate.
The lowest recorded resting heart rate is 27 beats per minute. This Guinness World Record was set by Martin Brady in 2005 in the United Kingdom (Guinness World Records 2013). Most people’s heart rates are a lot higher – but there’s a lot of variation. The following table shows some information about heart rates – 90% of people have a heart rate faster than the ‘slowest 10%’ number, and only 10% have a heart rate faster than the ‘fastest 10%’ number.
Source: Fleming et al, Lancet 2011
Date Claimers Term 1 2013
Meet the teacher evening 5th February 6pm in the hall then to Jade class following this address by administration and specialist teachers.
LOTE Lessons – Tuesday/Thursday
PE & Music – Wednesday
Religious Education – TBC ( a note from home is required if you do not want you child to attend – (please send letter to the office)
Library – Friday
Interviews – Term 1 & 3
Reports – Term 2 & 4