Thank you to all parents, guardians and students for such a wonderful transition into Year 3, 2018. We really appreciate all the support and interactions that we have already had in regards to learning experiences within the classrooms.
We highly encourage all family members to be involved in your child’s learning throughout the year. To do this we have a range of communication methods that you can access for each class. Our wonderful and enthusiastic students will contributing to these with their work, feedback and photos displaying the learning they have been involved in. We would love if you could access these and look through them as a family to discuss the learning experiences. Class teachers and specialist teachers update these regularly.
Year 3 Blog
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3A – https://twitter.com/larissakichakov
3B – https://twitter.com/sayhi2claire
3E – https://twitter.com/MsDeniseMayor
3F – https://twitter.com/3F_2018
Year 3 Team
In Health and PE this term, we have been focussing our learning on soccer skills. In soccer, we are learning the correct kicking techniques when passing to our team members and scoring goals. It’s so much fun to learn new skills and games we like to play at break times. I can’t wait to see what sport we’re learning next! Watch this space!
Mr Muscari and Ms Abbas
It has been a fantastic beginning to the school year with many happy and excited faces eager to join in and participate in PE. During Term 1 students at Aitken Creek Primary School in years 3 and 4 participated in a weekly one hour tennis program directed by the Hume Tennis Centre in Craigieburn.
Through the participation of the program students learnt about gameplay, the rules of tennis and the different hitting technique they use being the forearm and backhand. They have done a great job and demonstrated our school values of respect, achievement, teamwork and responsibility whilst out of school grounds.
Well done grade 3 and 4!
The Olympics started on the weekend and to get everyone at ACPS involved Miss P created a 2 week challenge. The challenge is everyday for 2 weeks an activity will be displayed at the gym. The activity for today was a challenge for Australia! Our challenge was to run around the whole basketball court (both courts) for 10 minutes together as a class. We each had to count how many laps we ran. As a class we were able to do this 250 times. Some people did enjoy it and other people were just too tired to run.
We have included a photo of the class and used our fingers to show how many laps we ran (some of us did not have enough fingers for the amount of laps we ran).