Last week in keeping with our built environments theme we researched, investigated and made domes. The design brief was to make a dome out of newspaper that was big enough to fit in. We made three mixed aged groups and started off planning and drawing our designs. (We remembered that triangles are a strong and… Read more Newspaper Domes
On Thursday 15 October 2015, saw the students from Crossmaglen Public school embarked on their 1st of six surfing lessons to take place during Term 4 at Sawtell Beach. The students first carried the surf boards down to the beach With the boards on the sand the students learnt to stand and and fall… Read more Our sport for the next 6 weeks 🏄
This term we are learning about Built Environments, specifically buildings, bridges and roads. We started our topic investigating homes – our homes – what they are made of, what they have inside as well as looking at different homes and houses around the world and through history. We watched this short video from The Kid Should… Read more Built Environments
Our school featured in the Bellingen Courier Sun newspaper on Wednesday 23 September 2015
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Each Friday the students at Crossmaglen Public School participate in cooking lessons as part of their learning. All students are involved in the process of deciphering a recipe, writing the recipe into our books, making the dish, setting the table, plating the dish, serving the dish, eating the dish and the all important cleaning… Read more Cooking with Kids – Friday 11 September – Curried Corn Puffs
Michele Bake teaching us how to crochet.
On Wednesday the 12th August Crossmaglen Public School went to the Marine Science Centre. We all went in cars and met there. First we met a man called Stefan. Stefan was a marine biologist. He led us to watch a movie about fish, sharks and other sea creatures like turtles and Mangrove Jacks. Next we… Read more Marine Science Research Centre Visit
Recently we were lucky enough to have local Police Officers come to our school to talk to us about keeping safe and the roll of police in our community. We learnt what to do in an emergency (ring OOO) as well as about all the equipment Police carry on their belts.