Me and my passion are chips and dips,

that can’t be separated from me.

If I get lost in my dream,

it will help me fight through the darkness that tries to stop me.

But it won’t stop me,

because I got my passion.

When the day ends,

It’s just chips and dips that helps me fight through my dream,

and follow my dream.

Written by Nay Tha Thaw


the sun smiles

As the sun smiles hotly for same few months,
As the land is dry.
There is no water for us to drink, well their came a day dark clouds gathered around.
Thunder strikes as the get’s burnt, animals run for their life’s as the ground rambles.
The king of the sky’s roars.
Hope fully the rain rains we’re saved by the rain as the clouds washes away and the lions roar.

Written by Kala


Reading Timetables


What: We are learning to read and use timetables

Why: This will help us to never be late for anything!

How: I’ll be able to use my understanding of elapsed time to read timetables.

By: interpreting a timetable, looking at real timetables


Your task is to use the below link to find:

  1. How many different buses can you catch to Werribee Plaza from Werribee Train station?
  2. The best bus to catch to Werribee Plaza – what bus do you catch? Why? How long is the journey?
  3. You have to meet your friends and The Werribee Cinemas at 12:00. What bus would you catch from the train station?


You need to get to Flinderstreet station by 9:00am. What train do you need to catch from Werribee?

Why do you think there are so many trains leaving from Werribee?

How are they different?

To explore Public Transport Timetables click here.


Today we celebrated Harmony Day

harmony dayHarmony Day, 21 March, celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusivenessrespect and a sense of belonging for everyone. It is a day for all Australians to embrace cultural diversity and to share what we have in common. The central message for Harmony Day is that ‘everyone belongs’, reinforcing the importance of inclusiveness to all Australians.

Why is Harmony Day so important?

What does it mean to you?

Can you share an interesting fact about the cultural diversity of Australia?


kids teaching kids

Today 6K helped to teach new blogging skills to 6R. The students from 6K found it very difficult not to touch the keyboard! All of the students enjoyed helping and learning with each other. It was fantastic to see everyone so focussed and enjoying the learning even though we had two classes crammed into one small room! 🙂



Mrs Robertson and myself were very impressed with ‘kids teaching kids’ – we can’t wait for next session! 🙂

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