Last week a number of the All Saints children proudly graduated from the Children’s University. The Graduation Ceremony usually held in Bonython Hall at Adelaide University, was this year due to COVID-19, celebrated in our own Resource Centre. Well done to all the children who participated, we are very proud of your achievements.
4 Bevans has been busy creating, inquiring, discussing and producing work in all areas of learning. Money has been our topic in Math and our journey has been one of curiosity and discovery, from making 3D items to include in '4 Bevans Mart', to purchasing and calculating money spent and working out how much change we would get.
In English we been using our skills to create texts and writing pieces. We have produced interesting narratives and information reports using our research skills and ICT.
The children in 4 Bevans have shown a keen interest with our learning in Biological Science, wherein we have discussed the effects of human impact on our environment, animal habitat and ecosystem.
A reminder that the children will return to school after the holidays in their full Summer uniform, including school hat. If we still have some cold weather in the first 2 weeks of Term 4, they may wear their full Winter uniform.
It is important to note that children must wear either the complete Summer uniform or the complete Winter uniform.
The wearing of the correct uniform is a requirement of all children attending All Saints and we greatly appreciate your support in this matter. Please see the School Uniform/Dress Code Policy for further information.
As you would be aware from previous correspondence, we have made the difficult decision to proceed with Sports Day without the cheers and encouragement of parents, families and caregivers. We know many of you will be disappointed with this decision, however we have made it in the best interests of the children and staff at All Saints.
We look forward to the children having a fun and active day on Friday, 25 September 2020, to conclude Term 3, 2020.
The Reception children recently celebrated their learning and growth with a special assembly. The children used their favourite picture book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar to demonstrate their growth over their first year of school. They began as caterpillars and gradually transformed into butterflies.
The children were able to make connections with the Very Hungry Caterpillar story in many different areas of their learning.Through their observations of our own class caterpillars changing into butterflies, the children have deepened their understanding of cyclic patterns in Maths and made connections with our Science topic 'Living Things'. The children have also had the opportunity to use their growing phonics knowledge to read and record ideas and observations through independent writing.
The children sang, spoke and danced confidently to create a successful first assembly. Well done Receptions, we are all so proud of you!
If you have a child born in 2015 or 2016 you may be able to enrol now for Term 1 or Term 3, 2021? Children born between 1/5/16 - 31/10/16 are eligible for Term 3 enrolments. For further information, please call Leisa Macey 8327 0020 or email@example.com