Cross Country Training will commence in Week 9
Any children in Year 3,4,5 or 6 are welcome to attend.The purpose of training will be to help build stamina and fitness.
Training times will be from 8:10am – 8:30am
Training Dates are as follows:
Tuesday 21st June
Tuesday 28th June
Tuesday 19th July
Health & PE Specialist
Over the past few weeks, the Year Sixes have been working hard on planning, designing and creating their very own board games. Their task was to incorporate the mental computation strategies of Jump, Split and Compensation within their mathematical game. Student’s then had to use these strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems involving whole numbers and decimals. Some game names include, “Space Economy”, “Magic Math”, Difficult Dimensions” and “Math Mania”.
The Year 6’s have started off their term with a jam-packed two weeks. We are so happy to have them back from holidays and ready to learn!
Last week, Year 6’s had their first Eagles Cup game against St Maria Goretti’s Catholic Primary School and performed phenomenally in netball, soccer and football. All teams came away with a win and many students reported the amazing teamwork and sportsmanship that was on display. We are very impressed with how our Year 6’s represented St Emilie’s and we can’t wait for our second game in Week 3.
This week, students finalised their Open Night work samples and put together a slideshow to take home and share their learning. Students also completed their ‘Identity’ T-shirts and had an awesome day designing and creating their artwork.
We have such a busy term to look forward to and we are excited to make it a great one, full of rich learning experiences and memories.
On Tuesday 5th April, St. Emilie’s selected a boys and a girls team to compete in the Inter-School Cricket Carnival.
The event was held at Kent St. Senior High School, with Eight schools competing.
Our Girls team played in 4 matches and finished the day with a record of 2 wins and 2 losses.
Our Boys team played some unbelievable Cricket throughout the day, amassing some huge scores.
The boys piled on 260 runs in just 8 Overs in one of their victories.
They went on to win all 4 of their games and were the carnival champions.
They were fantastic in all aspects of the game.
They held their catches, they bowled well and the batting was outstanding.
The boys have now qualified for the Regional Finals, which will be played early in the 4th Term. (the winner of the Regional finals then heads to the WACA for the state finals.)
A big thank you to all the parents that turned up to support our teams and to Mrs Matkovich for giving up her time to coach the Girls.