After a busy year full of creating and reflecting, 5KS artists managed to produce one last artwork and this time they got to choose the art form that allowed them to convey who they are and/or what they are interested in.
Congratulations on producing meaningful artwork this year. May you keep creating and live out all your dreams in the years to come!
The installation artworks came to life and have been enjoyed by the SSIS community for several weeks now. Well done Grade 5 – it was a great team effort completing 3 installation artworks!
Happy summer and best wishes for secondary schooling.
Here are this weeks spelling homework tasks:
1: Use objects from around your room to make ten of your spelling words, take a photo of each using your laptop and post to your blogfolio
2: Use this flipgrid link to post a short video of you using ten of your words in sentences that make sense.
3: Put your spelling words into alphabetical order and rewrite them in your homework book.
In our homeroom we are inquiring into different forms of art and the students are selecting different styles of art to express themselves or a message.
Dear Grade Five Parents,
Next week is a special time and big week for our Grade Five students. On Thursday the 31st of May, it is the Grade Five Graduation Assembly from 1.45pm to 3.00pm in the Theatre. If you have any additional guests attending please let me know by next Monday the 28th of May.
If your child is staying after school on this day and catching the school bus to the Hotel for the Grade Five Graduation, please let me know by this Friday the 25th of May. Thank you.
Please find attached this year’s class photo for 5GK. We did not get individual photos this year apart from the graduation photos which will be given out at the ceremony at the Renaissance.
Feel free to distribute this photo among family members and friends.
Recently you would have received an invitation to our ‘Swimming Open Week’
This invitation outlines some of the health and safety guidelines for you. Please let your homeroom teacher know if you have not received this.
Attached to this Blog post are the SSIS swimming levels for Grades 1-5. We encourage you to talk to your child about where they think they are predominantly working within and where they see their next steps/goals as being. We have been designing our lessons to create as much agency from the students as possible and there fore they are able to discuss these types of things.
The swimming sessions at SSIS are very busy and there is lots of action going on, when you come to the open week you will see students being directed and guided within stroke techniques, experiencing water safety/rescue practices, and also having a self directed reflection time whereby they work on their personal goals/next steps.
Mr Murray will be available for every session of open week in the upstairs viewing area to answer questions and talk you through the many facets of the SSIS swim programme. We look forward to seeing you there.
Ms Karen, Mr Brownrigg, Mr Murray
Here are the tasks for this weeks spelling:
1. Follow this link to create a crossword: http://www.abcya.com/crossword_puzzle_maker.htm
2. Find dictionary meanings for half of your words
3. Find synonyms or antonyms for as many of your words as you can
4. Practice test your words, use any mistakes to create a wordart drawing.