The SRC organised an assembly that showcased all the activities of 2014.
*The Easter Egg Art Competition
*Principal for a Day
*Grade 3/4 Activity Day
We wrote a play based on the tv program “Have You Been Paying Attention” where a panel of imaginary creatures discussed images and videos of 2014 events and attempted to explain what was happening.
This humorous presentation incorporated audience participation and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Well done SRC. Hopefully this presentation encourages new students to attempt to become members in 2015.
The Student Representative Council organised and ran four fantastic activities for our Year 4 students. We hoped to encourage some of our Year 4 students to join the SRC in 2015.
We had 2 lunchtime sessions with over 40 students participating at each session. The SRC designed the activities by looking at data from our SRC Survey. They realized that our students enjoyed competitions, art, sport, technology and cooking. They creatively addressed these needs by organizing 4 ten minute activities through which the Year 4 students rotated over a 40 minute period.
The activities were:
A Group LEGO Building Challenge (Students were divided into 4 groups where they had to work as a team to make a robot, vehicle or building)
Number Soccer (When your number was called you raced onto the field to score a goal)
Lamington Delight (Students dipped their sponge cake into chocolate and rolled it in coconut)
Art Competition (Students worked individually to create an innovative SRC Logo)
OK Year 4 students, it’s your turn to comment!
What activity did you like best and why did you enjoy it?
What could we have done differently to make it even better?
The students moved with amazing skill to the rhythm and beat of music and lights at the Too Colourful Disco. They shouted out the lyrics to their favourite songs participating with great enthusiasm. The foggy atmosphere and colourful lights enhanced the occasion. The students received grab bags filled with lollies and chocolates, a bottle of water and glow-sticks upon entering the venue. There was a prize for the best dressed girl and boy whose outfits reflected the dress in two colours theme. The Year 5/6 students enjoyed the games especially the ‘limbo dance off’ and the ‘group dance battle’. Unfortunately it was impossible for everyone to win a prize but all were winners on the dance floor!
What did you like best about the Too Colourful Disco?
What could the SRC have done differently to make the disco even better?