Stage 3

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STAGE 3 2019 

Stage 3 Teachers

Year 5 S3A Mrs Paula Anderson

Year 5 S3R Mrs Kim Reed

Year 5 S3T Mis Tess Bratusa

Year 5/6 S3B Mrs Rachel Bulluss

Year 6 S3M Miss Milica Makragic

Year 6 S3W Mr Rod Woolard

Year 6 S3F Mr Hani Farag

STAGE 3 Students need to come to school prepared and ready to work.  The School Packs have everything a Stage 3 student needs.  The School Packs also have 4 Incursions included. 

STAGE 3 LIBRARY TIMETABLE

CLASSES

LIBRARY

S3W

WEDNESDAY

S3B

THURSDAY

S3T

WEDNESDAY

S3A

TUESDAY

S3R

FRIDAY

S3M

THURSDAY

S3F

FRIDAY

ENGLISH

Spelling, Reading, Writing and Talking and Listening  

 MATHS

Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, Statistics and Probability, Working Mathematically.

 HISTORY- Australian as a Nation

This topic provides a study of Australia as a Nation. Students look at Federation, Democracy and Australian politics

 GEOGRAPHY-Factors that Shape Places

Students investigate how people change the natural environment in Australia and other places around the world.

PD HEALTH PE

Personal Development- Growth and Development, Personal Health Choices (Drug Education), Interpersonal Relationships (Bounce Back) Safe Living: Health- Fitness

Physical Education- Taken by Mr Rob Samuels and Mrs Kerri Cummins

CREATIVE ARTS

Visual Arts, Drama, Music and Dance

 SCIENCE

What makes things change and what affects how fast they change? Why do some things burn more fiercely, rust more quickly or smell more strongly.  This unit seeks to investigate why and how substances change.  Students become detectives who identify and explain physical and chemical changes in everyday materials.

 STAGE 3 CAMP CANBERRA

Camp information will be out this week.

Year 6 Camp Monday 28th -30th October

Year 5 Camp Wednesday 30th – 1st Nov

Cost $340.00

INFINITIES

The infinities will be shared between the 7 classes.

YEAR 6 INFORMATION

High School enrolment forms will be out in the next few days.

HOMEWORK

Homework will be handed out Monday and collected Friday.  It is expected that students should be reading 20-30minutes per night. Homework is not compulsory.

Some Talking and Listening tasks will be completed at home. 

COMMUNICATION

If you would like to see a teacher, please make an appointment with the front office or send in a note with your child.  Teachers will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.

UNIFORMS

It is important that we maintain a strong sense of pride in our school.  We can do this by wearing our school uniform everyday.  Makeup, jewellery and coloured jumpers should be saved for the weekend and not worn to school. 

ATTENDANCE

Unless sick, your child needs to be at school everyday.  It is important that if your child is away a note is sent in as soon as possible explaining the absence.  After 7 days the absence becomes unjustified.