A-Maze-ing maths projects!

Throughout these past few weeks, the 'Rulers' maths workshop have been learning about measurement and geometry through a maths project that supported the students to apply their new knowledge through the 'wonderful world' of coding and design. Initially, students were given a student-friendly version of the measurement and geometry Victorian curriculum and asked to highlight their... Continue Reading →

Week 1 and 2 – The wrap up!

So much has been happening in the past 2 weeks - some great learning occurring and some exciting times in SNC! Gardening excursion - planting at Merri Creek Last Tuesday students walked down to Merri Creek to plant the plants that we have been growing in the BEPS green house with the help of some... Continue Reading →

Weeks 4 and 5 – the wrap up!

  "Children need to be taught how to think, not what to think" - Margaret Mead Ted, Elke, Emily and Winnie have been researching and organising our 'inspirational quote' board for the day whiteboard. This has been one of the favourites. 'Landscapes of Truth'  The gallery of truth was a huge success and it was so... Continue Reading →

Choosing from the (maths) menu!

This week during Maths Menu time, Su Nei Cieli students have had the opportunity to continue working on ongoing tasks, as well as challenging themselves with new open-ended tasks available on the menu. Maths Menu lessons provide the opportunity for the students to refresh, clarify and learn specific mathematical skills that they can transfer to... Continue Reading →

Week 5 – The wrap up!

The past two weeks has been a hive of activity in 456 SNC. This week we have asked some students to write about what has been happening. Welcome to - the Week 5 wrap up! Sport by Elsie Every Friday the kids in SNC do a sport that they have signed up for, like fitness,... Continue Reading →

Maths Maths Maths!

One of our recent maths workshops has involved working through some of the ‘Maths Olympiad’ maths challenges. This is organised by The Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads (APSMO) which is a not-for-profit, organisation that offers a range of mathematical competitions for students aged from around eight to 14. The programs are ‘…unique in that they focus... Continue Reading →

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