Kindergarten Graduation

Kindergarten Graduation

Please click on this link. There is a reminder about the Graduation on Wednesday 6th December.

 

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Gingerbread House

Our Kindy class has a new house, thanks to our wonderful Mrs Rowe and Mrs Bowen. They have constructed a Gingerbread house as the children have been reading the story the Gingerbread man. The children are really enjoying playing in there.

Gingerbread house

Kindy A and B Graduation

You are invited to attend a celebration of the end of Kindergarten for your child.

Who: Kindy A and Kindy B children and families

When: Wednesday 6 December

Where: Room 25 Kindy

Time: 9.30 till 11.30

Please come and see your child’s work, watch and join in with their special songs and celebrate the end of a fun year at Kindergarten. Then join us for a light morning tea.

Children are then allowed to go home at the conclusion of the celebrations.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our beautiful children and their families for making 2017 a fun year. We will miss you and hope you continue to enjoy school when you come back next year and start a new class in Pre-Primary.

Thank you

Mrs Susan Craig, Mrs Katrina O’Brien, Mrs Vanessa Rowe and Mrs Cathy Bowen and our beautiful student Teacher, Mrs Yvonne Mansfield.

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Pre-Primary Enrolments

Just a reminder to all of our Kindy families that you will need to fill out an enrolment form for your child ASAP for Pre-Primary next year. If you have already brought in your child’s birth certificate you will not need to show this, just any immunisations that they might of had during Kindergarten.

I do have some spare forms in the class if you need one.

Talk 4 Writing

This term we have been looking at how we can use stories to talk and write about it at a Kindergarten level.

We started off by reading a story called “I Went Walking” by Sue Machin. We read this story several times, each time focusing on a different part of the story and learning some actions to help us remember the story. Then we created a story map using some basic words and pictures. The children have been practising this everyday and can now use the actions and read the story all by themselves. We set up a story table with the characters from the story so they can interact with the story while talking about the story.

I have put a link to this story on the page “Books we love to read” at the top of the home page.