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You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose ~ Dr Seuss

Science

Science for Term 1 2017 started with a bang…well not literally but there was a plenty of fire and smoke. Students learnt about safety in the lab in preparation for their own chemical experiments.

 


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Apology Breakfast

Today a breakfast was held to commemorate the day the Australian Government apologised to the Stolen Generation. Several students represented Bourchier Street Primary School at the breakfast. We listened to several speeches by different community leaders and listened to a beautiful performance by Lily from Gowrie Street PS.

 

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Welcome to 2017

Welcome back everyone. It has been an excellent first day in Grade 6 SKP. There has already been challenges, successes and laughs. This Term is a very busy one with swimming, camp and science, so we will try and keep you all up-to-date with what is happening.

Thanks to all the parents and grandparents that popped in to say hi. Please feel free to come in and ask any questions you may have.

 

Kellie McLinden and Patrick McMullan

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Buddy Break Up

There was no way we were letting a 370C day beat us. SKP and JJS teamed up with SJO and JKR to have a massive water fight today. It was wet, muddy and lots of fun. Even the teachers got involved.

 

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BTN – Donald Trump

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4572489.htm

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Bourchier Cup Race Day

If you walked past Bourchier Street yesterday you would have been treated to the sight of girls dressed to the nines in dresses, hats and facinators and boys in suits, ties and the occasional hat. Yes, its race day at school and the Grade 5s and 6s had a splendid day of sun, yabbies and a lot of yelling and cheering. Fashions on the field showcased everyone’s amazing fashion sense and SKP turned up a very smart bunch if I do say-so myself.

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Big Talk

Before we can write something we need to be able to talk about it. It would be great if you could take some time and discuss next week’s Big Write topic with your child. See the video below for some ideas on how you could have this “Big Talk”.

 

 

 

 

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ICT Survey

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Bourchier’s Cyber Survey

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BTN – Refugee Olympic Team

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4517894.htm

 

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100 WC

Use the words in your story. They don’t have to be used in order. Remember to get your story as close to 100 words as possible. Think about the problem and the solution to your story as well.

Sunshine,   Ice,    Frightened,    Purple,    Flew

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