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Indonesian language

Learning a second language is a valuable process for students.

Indonesian is taught throughout the Fleurieu Peninsula including here at Victor Harbor R–7 School,

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Special Events

Collage with Guest Illustrator

A fantastic and educational artwork has been created at our School. For a week in early September, Literary Illustrator Liz Anelli worked with school staff to engage students in creative activities. Liz is visiting South Australia after being awarded a Fellowship by the May Gibbs Children’s literature Trust. Our school has a long history with the Trust and promoting connections with literary authors and illustrators. Children of all ages attending the school were invited class by class to ‘WULK-URMI’ (the school library). Here they could meet Liz, explore her illustrative process for the published book ‘Howzat!’ and create a giant collage.

The mixed media collage is a combination of 2D and 3D mini collages and creations assembled by each child. These were created with the view of combining them to form a giant map of how we would like to see Victor Harbor as a community. The students (and many teachers too) were highly engaged in creating their own contributing pieces including trees, people, animals, architecture and sculptures. The map making element extended to skills in geography, design and town planning. There were also interesting discussions about local and Indigenous history plus connections to technology such as recognising the source used for the map. Staff, students and their families are welcome to view and discuss the collage.

 

Karen Dowling

National Simultaneous Story Time 2015

 

National Simultaneous Story time is an important annual campaign that aims to encourage more young Australians to read and enjoy books. Now in its 15th successful year; it is a colourful, vibrant and fun event that aims to promote the value of reading and literacy using an Australian children's book that explores age appropriate themes and addresses key learning areas of the National Curriculum for Grades 1 to 6. This year our school, along with hundreds of other schools, libraries and community locations across Australia took part in National Simultaneous Story time on Wednesday 27 May at 11am.This year’s book was called The Brothers Quibble written by Aaron Balbey. Catie entertained us with her fabulous reading of The Brothers Quibble and classes participated in a range of related activities from making crowns to drawing portraits of their own siblings and families.  

Jess Morris

Come Out Goolwa 2015

On Friday the 22nd of May our whole school attended a special Come Out event called ‘A Bridge Across Time’  More than 2000 Students from Seven Fleurieu schools attended the event that celebrated the opening of the Come Out Festival for 2015.