Author Archives: Mr. Munden

Term 3 Week 5 Update

After a fantastic trip to Seoul the students are back at school learning in a more traditional setting. On Monday, the students prepared and presented an assembly about their trip to Seoul for the school. More…

Term 3 Week 3 Update

This week the students have been very busy. In maths, they have been continuing to develop their algebraic skills and in science they have been investigating the properties of light waves. In English, the students worked with me on their balanced arguments and then worked with Mr. McLeod on their TED talks. Today the students delivered their TED talks to Mr. Kim, Mr.McLeod, Ms. Yujin, Mr. McCrimmon, myself and all of Year 5/6. They did very well and photos of the event can be found in the school newsletter.

Next week, the students will be on their residential trip to Seoul. They will need to be at school on Tuesday at 7:20 am and we will be leaving school at 7:40 am. Please note: we will not be able to wait for any latecomers. For a detailed itinerary, with approximate times of what we will be doing and when, please read this weeks school newsletter which will contain a link to a document with this information.

Finally, please remember Monday is Children’s Day and there will be no school on this date. Have a good weekend everyone.

Term 3 Week 1 Update

Welcome back everyone.  Spring is here and the colours are beautiful.  This week the students started their new IMYC unit on Traditions in which they will think about the following statement; “Beliefs and customs from the past have a powerful effect on our lives today.” This will be linked into the whole schools central concept for the term – Sharing the Planet. For our Entry Point into the new unit the students had to think about traditions that they had in their families, how they felt about them and the influence these traditions had on them. They wrote a reflective piece on this and then started to create a class collage about traditions. More…

Term 2 Week 12 Update

This week we have had a very busy end of term. Unfortunately, it has been so busy I have had little time to take photos! In maths, the students developed their data handling skills. In English, the students developed, refined and applied their persuasive writing skills. In science, the students continued to investigate the properties of pressure. More…

Term 2 Week 10 Update

Welcome back everyone, I hope you have had a good week.  In geography, the students have begun to create a map to scale of the school grounds.  In the first week of the have project they been using surveying techniques to measure the perimeter of the school grounds. More…

Seoul Residential Trip 2018

Thank you to all the parents who attended the information session about our school residential trip running from the 8th -11th May 2018.  For those who couldn’t make the session, or if you would like a refresher, please click on the picture below to see a copy of the presentation.  If you are happy for your son/daughter to attend the trip please complete the permission form herePlease note: the form needs to be completed and the deposit paid by the end of the school day on Thursday 22nd March 2018 to secure a place for your son/daughter. If you have any questions please feel free to see Mr Munden.

Seoul trip