Christmas Countdown!

Chistmas Countdown!


Wednesday, 6 December 2017

📖Book Parade📖
By Sarah

Last week on Friday 24th, November, we had a book parade. There were many interesting costumes. It was a very awesome day. During the parade,  we saw a lot of wizards. “It was nice seeing everyone in costumes for the last time,” said Jiwon in Year Six. It is the last time that the Year Six students got to dress up as their favourite book character.

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Sherwoods New Beehive Project
By Grace

A beehive for leaf cutter bees had finally came into Sherwood Primary’s Enviro garden. We are so excited to introduce you to the beehive that has been donated from New World.

The beehive is for leafcutter bees that do not sting because the are not that strong and protective about their honey unlike honey bees. So if they sting it won't be a huge deal. We made our own beehive and it was really fun and fascinating. We also learnt a lot by making the beehive such as the leafcutter bees make their own cocoon and they come out when in becomes 23 degrees celcius. We hope that they come out and start hibernating quickly for the flowers and wish them good luck!   
Leafcutter Bee

Teacher Friday Dress Ups!
By Isabella


Every Friday this term, the teachers dress up in a different theme such as pirates, stripes, Where’s Wally and Super heroes. Who knows whats next! It’s fun and a surprise for all the students each Friday morning.

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Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Stu Duval
By Isabella


It was Book Week from the 20th - 24th of November at Sherwood School! To celebrate we had Stu Duval, an amazing New Zealand author and illustrator. He illustrates his own books while writing them - WOW! He tells stories in year groups and each is different to suit the age level. He also did cartoon lessons to some age groups. He sold books for the price of $20. They were signed! Levon was one lucky student who bought a signed book. He said, “I’ve started reading ‘The Yeti Hunter’ and it is gripping". Everyone is excited for book week next year!


For more checkout his amazing website!


 Stu Duval    


'Rat Island' Picture

A picture for the winning Year 5/6 class to keep - they had to answer a quiz question correctly
🎅🎄Mufti Day🎄🎅
By Sarah

Who is ready for Christmas? Well, I am! Our house leaders have organized a Christmas themed mufti day! You can dress up as a reindeer, Santa Claus, an elf or even a Christmas tree! It is on the Friday, 1st December. Please remember to bring a gold coin. All the money that has been collected will go to “Camp Quality”. Camp Quality is for kids who are living with cancer. At Camp Quality, the kids don’t have to worry about their sickness. Be as creative and festive as you can. We are so excited to see all of the awesome outfits.



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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Electives
By Acacia

Electives is a subject at our school in Year 5/6 where we can choose to join a subject of our choice. This term our elective choices are Art  Attack, Sport, Cooking and Tinker Time. Electives takes place every Thursday afternoon and it is super fun.  Acacia is in Art Attack and said, “We are making papier mache trouser bowls which is messy but fun!"
Papier Mache bowls in progress
and it is super fun!”
Athletics day!
By Hyun and Jimin
Athletics day is an annual day we have at Sherwood Primary School. They are a few activities that we do in age groups. There is Sprints, High Jump/Fun events, Long Jump, Quoit throw and Shot put. Jimin said, “I like Sprints the best because I came 1st  and I came 3rd in Quoits and you use your muscles and push the heavy shot put.” Before athletics day finishes, the class relays take place. This is when each class does a relay race with 6 people in each class- 3 boys and 3 girls. Hyun commented that, “Athletics day was one of our best days at Sherwood.” Tahlia enjoyed her day and said, “It was a challenging yet fun day and I hope future children at Sherwood have a great Athletics day too.” Grace said, “Athletics day this year was amazing.” Thank you so much to Mr Smart for his wonderful organisation.
Relays

Success at high jump
A giant leap at long jump
On your marks, get set, GO!



We had lots of fun!
  

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