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Year 3s Learn Indigenous Rope-Making Skills

Recently, our Year 3 students were given a first hand lesson in rope-making skills by local Wardandi man, Zacc Webb.  Zacc is a trained ranger, but he shared traditional techniques learned when he was their age, with the students and he explained how these grass ropes would have been used to form snares, belts or […]

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Bee-Bop-a-Lula Award

Bee-Bop-a-Lula Award

  Last week’s Junior Bee-Bop-a-Lula Award went to…. Year 3 – Room 5 Ms Helen and Bobo said it was… for your wonderful improvisation with pitch, rhythm and dynamics.  Your singing skills and responses to pitch are fabulous  Keep up your amazing respect for learning!   Written by Ms Helen; Video clip and posted by […]

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Give Me Fives in the Kitchen – T11

This week in Kitchen we cooked some delicious Indian food including Red Lentil Dhal, Indian Flatbreads, Rice and Spiced Cauliflower. Our cooking teacher, Sarah, made a delicious Mushroom Bisque using the oyster mushrooms from the mushroom box that we grew in our class recently. The Indian flavours were amazing and you could clearly smell the […]

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Mr Thomas also experienced iconic American sporting culture when he attended a baseball game between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. This turned out to be the third longest baseball game ever, lasting an epic 7 hours!

Mr Thomas Takes MRPS to the U.S.A.

After a busy term of learning, would you choose to go back to school for the holidays?  Mr Thomas did just that – travelling, along with 200 principals from all around the world, to study at Harvard Graduate School of Education in Boston, U.S.A. On his return I interviewed Mr Thomas to find out more….. […]

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