“Randal the budgie” and “Phillipa the parrot”
Three very happy students holding our very tame pet friends.
Towards the end of last term many of you met our new classroom additions, Randal and Phillipa.
These very quiet and friendly birds have come into our classroom and will, along with the lava lamps, be allocated to the special tables who follow our Tribes Agreements during the week.
Look out! The fun is about to begin…
Visit these links below to find out more about Randal and Phillipa’s families
Can you find out more information about these beautiful, unique Australian birds?
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Hey, guess what we have now?
If you leave messages on our class blog you could be the lucky weekly recipient of your own personal lava lamp at your work table for a whole week!
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On Friday we had two very clever men perform an act (role play) that described Australian History from the very beginning when the Indigenous people roamed the country.
The story included:
Captain James Cook, the First Fleet, voting rights, famous Australian sporting legends, women’s rights, Government structure and the many changes throughout time, previous Prime Ministers, The Goldrush and the Eureka uprising and much, much more.
Name something you learnt about Australian History.
Did you enjoy the performance? (why/ why not)
Although there was a comical side to this performance, what do you think was the purpose of a show such as this?