Newsletter 2021
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Important Dates

School Photos

Wednesday 16 September 2020

Show Your True Colours Day

Tuesday 22 September 2020

Mercy Day

Friday 25 September 2020

Term 3 concludes

Friday 25 September 2020

Term 4 commences

Monday 12 October 2020

Parish Bulletin

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"The Lads"

These school holidays Growing With Gratitude has partnered with the City of Unley to run a program for 8 - 11 year old boys. Find out more here.

 

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Does practice make perfect?

In Year 6 Mathematics, learners were exploring the areas of Statistics and Probability by conducting a Mathematics “Coin Drop Experiment” as their research method to identify whether or not “Practice Makes Perfect”. Learners collected base data before having five intervals of practice and re-collecting data. Learners discussed and applied scientific “fair test” concepts to ensure that the results were fair and accurate. They then graphed and observed the data to justify their response. The results were fairly conclusive that practice, while not making ‘perfect’ DOES make improvement! The learners reflected on how this concept can impact other areas of their learning.

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