Upcoming Events - Help Needed Please
Week 9 Friday the 30th of JuneWe are going to relocate our Junior readers to the new building on Friday the 30th of June. If you are able to help us by carrying boxes of books from the upstairs resource room to the new block from 9:00 that morning please email Amber.
Week 10 Friday the 7th of JulyOn the last day of term we will be shifting Hubs 1 to 4 into our new learning spaces. We would really appreciate parents, grandparents and friends of the school coming along to help move our classroom tables, chairs and resources to the new space. If you like sorting we could also use some help combining and sorting some resources. We will begin shifting from 9:00am.
If you are able to help please contact Sue.
Our Fabulous New Space
- Thank you to all the parents and extended family who have visited our new building this week. The learning spaces were officially opened on Wednesday and it has been lovely to see everyone exploring and admiring them.
- We will be trialing a "shoes off" policy in the new buildings. Please can you check your child can put on and off their shoes, tie their laces or fasten velcro independently. Many thanks.
- Litter-Free Lunches - we are encouraging our children to reduce the amount of rubbish in our environment so the children will bring their lunch waste / and packets home from term 3 on.
- We will continue to compost any organic material. This is part if a school-wide approach to reduce waste.
We LOVED going into our new learning space this week and are excited about what comes next.
Hubs 1,2,3 and 4 all fit so nicely in the 'amphitheater'. As a school we will be naming the special learning spaces all ready for next term.
This term we have been talking about developing a growth mindset. We can say things to ourselves to help us focus on our learning and encourage ourselves to keep going.
I can do it.
I will keep trying.I learn from my mistakes.
I believe in myself.
Learning can be hard and I can push through the struggle.
I love learning.
I will try my best.
Bring on the challenges!
Carol Dweck researches “growth mindset” — the idea that we can grow our brain's capacity to learn and to solve problems. In this talk below, she describes two ways to think about a problem that’s slightly too hard for you to solve. Are you not smart enough to solve it … or have you just not solved it yet?
Thank you for all your help and support. Kindest regards
Elizabeth, Rowe and Gail - Hub 10 and 11
Charlotte, Dorinda and Amber - Hub 1 and 2
Sue and Caitlyn - Hub 3 and 4.
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