Describe in a short report your experiences at the Traralgon Primary School Winter Sports. You might be able to include information about your teams performance, what you learnt from the day and any challenges that you had.
On Monday , the LRPS footy team played against the other schools from Traralgon. It was a cold, wet and windy day and the students played really well. We were unlucky in some of the games with some unfortunate bounces making it hard for us to score goals. The team played really well in the last game, kicking four goals in the first half. We ended up winning the last game by one goal.
Brandon Macauliffe won our best and fairest award on the day, but all players put in a great effort.
On Monday, the school captains went to a leadership conference in Sale. They were part of a large group of students who learnt about becoming better leaders by helping others, encouraging peers, being a good role model and learning how to organise events. The students were involved in some fun and interactive games and also had the opportunity to go on stage and talk about what they had learnt in front of 200 students from across Gippsland.
On Anzac Day, the school captains represented the school at Traralgon’s 11:00 commemorative service. The captains, along with representatives from other schools and community groups, laid a wreath in respect of the soldiers who have fought for and represented our country.
Pictured above are our school captains in front of the Traralgon Cenotaph.
Your homework for week 7 is to use the topic below to write an engaging persuasive introduction. Remember your introduction must have a hook-in, your opinion and may contain a sentence that defines the topic.
Should children eat fatty and sugary foods?
A prize will be organised for the unit’s most engaging introduction.
You may choose to complete the piece of writing by adding strong arguments that are supported and a conclusion.
Below is a list of work expectations that need to be followed by all senior unit students at LRPS throughout 2014.
– All work will be edited and revised by students before being submitted to a teacher.
– Blog comments need to be checked thoroughly before being posted.
– ICT equipment will be used appropriately at all times.
– Students will take responsibility of their own equipment and ensure they are always prepared with their workbooks, student diary, blue or black pen, red pen, grey-lead, eraser and 30cm ruler.
– Workbooks need a ruled red margin.
– The date will be written at the top of each piece of work.
– Headings, sub-headings, questions and problems will be written with a red pen. All other pieces of writing will be completed with a blue or black pen.
– Writing must be legible.
– The use of textas and gel pens in workbooks is not permitted unless teacher permission is given.
– Work needs to be spaced out neatly in books.
– Work will be completed in order within student workbooks and all pages are to be used.
– Mistakes can be corrected by using brackets or a single ruled line.
ALWAYS TRY YOUR BEST AND BE PROUD OF THE WORK YOU PRODUCE!
All senior unit students will get the opportunity to apply for leadership positions within the school, unit or their class.
Below is a list of what you are able to apply for. All students need to apply for at least one position.
Junior School Council – A very important and responsible position within the school. Roles include being a voice for your grade to share student ideas, looking after the friendship garden, visiting Majory Cole, organising bins, etc.
House Captain – Another important role which will require students to organise teams for school sports, promote fair play during school sports and play times, run lunch time activities, speak in front of large audiences and collect house points.
Environmentalist – This role will require students to look after the school’s vegetable garden and be leaders by showing the school community how to respect and care for schools environment.
ICT monitor – The ICT monitor will be in charge of collecting the laptop, netbook or iPad trolleys when instructed by their teacher. They will also need to ensure that all ICT equipment is packed up properly, locked and charged.
Class library monitor – The library monitor will need to ensure that the class library stays tidy and organised.
Lunch Order Monitor – The lunch order monitor will need to go to the office every lunch time and collect the lunch orders, hand them out to the students and then return the tub to the office.
Gallery Monitor – The gallery monitor will get a small amount of time each week to ensure the unit’s gallery is tidy and organised.
Each student will need to write a speech for one of the above positions explaining why they would be a responsible student for their chosen position.
The JSC speeches will be the first conducted. They will be held on Friday the 31st of January.
The speeches will be your homework for week 1 and will need to be submitted to your teacher by 31-1-2014.