"A logical fallacy is an error in reasoning and logic" (Baxter, Charlotte, Mikki) One of our focuses in philosophy during term 4 has been different forms of reasoning. Students recently learned about 'logical fallacies', when we argue a point using invalid or poor arguments. Students had great fun unpacking logical fallacies made by politicians, and... Continue Reading →
It has been a 'curious' couple of weeks indeed in SNC as we began our Science Inquiry projects for Term 4. At the end of term 3, students in SNC were able to take a sign up for a science workshop. These 'elective' style workshops are continuing on Thursdays throughout Term 4, with students working on... Continue Reading →
Without further ado, 'Much Ado About Nothing': The video is now available! Scroll below and click on the link. And a huge thank you to all students, parents and teachers who participated in this production! To watch the show, click here (password is 4562018). And see below for our fabulous players!
Last week we had camp and it was one of the BEST THINGS IN THE WORLD! (Ted) There were loads of fun activities like kayaking, high ropes and the giant swing. (Bryn) This week our writers worked on a short descriptive piece to ideally 'paint a picture with words' of some of their experiences. Read... Continue Reading →
Even more camp reflections... On the way to Portsea Camp... My spine ached as I carried my bag to school. When I walked through the wire gateway, I sighed in relief as I dropped the gigantus bag, restoring the feeling in the muscles of my back.I looked up and could nearly felt the stinging tears... Continue Reading →
More camp reflections from our fearless camp reporters... We walked down the path with the teacher and we were carrying paddles. When we got there, we started to pull out these kayaks. There was two people to a kayak (me and Jett shared one). We played a game where you had a rubber chicken and... Continue Reading →