Sunday, 8 November 2015

Roof tops of London

Today we started work on Carbonel. ( Below are our 'Roofs of London' artwork on display.)

We also started making plastic models of tanks and aircraft for Remembrance Day on Wednesday.
The grade 5s used the 'Explain Everything' app to try and explain how to add fractions with different denominators. They found it a bit challenging and of course hated the sound of their own voices.

Unusally warm day today and the Glen Park fire truck took off at lunch time and wasn't back by home time.

The grade 1s stitched up a fox today as part of work on fables. ( The Fox and the Crow)

Today I started on a unit for 'Coraline' which we will read as a serial when I finish Carbonel.

Labors  plans for paying for Gonski

Labor is planning to raise taxes on cigarettes if elected to pay for the so-called Gonski education reforms, potentially pitting a slug on smokers against any Coalition plan to increase the GST rate or impose it on fresh food.

The federal opposition is considering another round of three 12.5 per cent increases, which sources said would net $40 billion over 10 years.

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