On Wednesday, 27th October, the year five students travelled to the WA Museum Boola Bardip to learn about the history of Western Australia. Boola Bardip means many stories in Whadjuk Nyoongar; the Country on which the Museum sits.
We worked in small groups to explore the museum and we learnt about the significance, history and identity of WA. We discovered different ways the Aboriginal peoples remain connected to the land and we understand the importance of working together to continue to sustain this beautiful land we share.
Monday and Tuesday this week, saw the running of the 2021 Inter-School Athletics competition.
Eight local primary schools competed against each other in Track and Field events.
Monday’s events included the 400m, Long Jump, Javelin and Shot Put.
Tuesday’s events included the 100m sprint, 200m sprint, Relays and Team Games.
St.Emilie’s finished the carnival in 3rd position overall, which is something the students should be extremely proud of.
Our students produced consistently good results across all events and did particularly well with our Team Games.
We also had Three students receive individual Champion Medals for their performances.
Sophie – Year 6 Champion Girl
Julien – Year 6 Champion Boy
Thomas D – Year 5 Champion Boy
A big thank you must also go to Mrs Green, Mrs Harvey, Mrs Andrews and Patrick Shaw for their help over the Two days.
Health & PE Specialist
Please click on the link below to read all about our Numero tournament!