CRAZY SOCK DAY

On Friday it was Crazy Sock Day. We all wore socks to raise money for the children in Madagascar who don’t have clean drinking water. All the money raised will go to this great cause. Well done 3/4A for dressing up.

Click on this SOCK LINK to read more about this worthy cause.

Jack, Phoebe and Simone

Jack, Phoebe and Simone

Will and Cristina

Will and Cristina

Aidan and Gabriel

Aidan and Gabriel

Isaac, Matthew and Jack

Isaac, Matthew and Jack

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Sienna and her sock arms!

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Matthew’s Crazy Toe Socks!!

 

Sovereign Hill

Hi! I went to Sovereign Hill with Miss Van Den Bronk and had a spectacular day. We can’t wait to take you there on the camp experience.imageimage

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Here are some photos of our day…image

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Text to World

Watch the video and make some text to world connections.

Questions to answer:

What does this remind me of in the real world?

How did this video relate to the world around me?

It is similar to something I have heard about…

How is this different to others in the world?

Pentecost

Watch the video about Pentecost.  How do you think the disciples felt? What did they do after being filled with the Holy Spirit?

 

After Easter – the Resurrection and Ascension

Molly’s story

Today we had a visit from Mrs Dragonetti who told us a story about Molly.

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Molly was an Aboriginal girl who was taken away by the welfare truck.  She was taken to an orphanage run by nuns 1600kms away.  At the orphanage her skin was scrubbed and they were shown to their bunk beds.  Molly wondered if she would ever return home.  One night she escaped with some others and followed the rabbit fence to find her way home.  They travelled for days and had many cuts and bruises from the long days of walking.  When they stumbled on a dead Emu one day they made a fire and cooked the Emu. They saved some of the meat in the Dilly bag.  It took 9 long weeks to get home and reunite with their family.  That was her story of migration.  Molly lived to 87 and her daughter wrote her story which has now been turned into a movie called “Rabbit Proof Fence”.  There is also a book written by Molly’s daughter called “Home to Mother” which is a children’s book. Many aboriginals have a similar story and live in our community today, some were able to reconnect yet others never did.

The RED line shows the rabbit fence.

The RED line shows the rabbit fence.

 

picture of the rabbit proof fence

picture of the rabbit proof fence

Emu feathers

Emu feathers

Twigs that would have been used to make fire

Twigs that would have been used to make fire

We got to feel the red sand and see a real Dilly Bag.

“I think they would have been scared” – Emily

“At the end they were happy” – Laura

“I would have felt proud to have reached home” – Simone

“She would have been depressed” – Gabriel

“I think she would be terrified” – Alana

“When they were first taken they were playing but then when they were in the van they were scared and petrified”.

“It could be a bad memory, so I think the photo was scrunched up so they could forget” – Jack M