Posted on Tue 17th of October at 2:58 pm
Term 4 Begins in Ironbark!
Students in our Ironbark Neighbourhood will be busy bees in Term 4! We have a huge amount of activities for our students to engage in. Our students have already had a visit from Wild Animal Action. They have learnt all about the animals that can be found in their own backyards. Students have also had the opportunity to hear about the importance of nesting boxes. Knowing this, each classroom is going to choose an animal to make a nesting box for. These boxes will then be put up around our lovely bushland surrounding our school. As part of our Biology unit, we have a beekeeper coming to talk to our students about beekeeping AND we have a visit to the Melbourne Zoo planned to learn about conservation.
Our students as always will be undertaking daily reading, writing and numeracy lessons that are designed to really push our awesome students to achieve great things. We know they are up to the challenge. Our students are also undertaking some coding work and will be touring the local lawn bowls green as part of our Wednesday Rotation Program.
Our Grade 5 students are starting to prepare themselves for Grade 6 with some small transition activities planned for later in the term.
The Ironbark staff are very pleased with the way our students display our four school values every day, in every way!