“Not new” news from RPS
One of many interactive “letters of the week”.
Gardens provide a great STEM learning space
Water Safety Program
Grammar has been a big focus in Grade 2 as we only have 1 more term before beginning Grade 3. Many students still need reminding to use capital letters and full stops but this is certainly improving. We understand the use of commas (a small pause in a...
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What a day at Grade 3/4 Hooptime in Frankston!! We had close to 70 kids (half of who had never played a proper game in a stadium) and had the best fun all day long. Of 16 teams in total, 9 were from our wonderful school and the Rosebud PS chants were heard loud and...
S.T.E.A.M in Grade 4
Wakakrri – National Dance Tournament!
Crossing the age barrier
Understanding 3D images
Rosebud Primary school students have the opportunity to enter the annual state wide Science Talent Search.
Promoting curriculum content in a fun, interactive way!
Felt art in the Grade 3
The phones amplify the students voice allowing them to hear themselves very clearly! This helps them with phonemic awareness, comprehension and fluency.
At Rosebud Primary we promote cyber-safety, following a very rigorous cyber-safe program. Recently we had the Federal Police come in to talk to our senior students about the seriousness of keeping personal information secure, being respectful online, and keeping away...
Congratulations to Caleb on his outstanding writing piece, that will soon be published. Caleb entered the 2018 schools poetry and short story competition, an open age event, and his work made the final. Over 10,000 entries were received in this competition, so that...
A massive THANK YOU to our school community for all of the earn and learn vouchers you bought in last year! Thanks to Woolworths we have got hundreds of books/readers and lots of new maths equipment- scales, rulers, unifix, place value flip charts, timers and clocks...
Science is so much fun! Preps learn about volcanoes and we even make our own volcano in the sandpit. They learn how the air in our lungs can fill up a balloon and we make “super bubbles” filling them up with carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and oxygen gas from our breath. ...
This term, Grade 4 have been printing up a storm of endangered animal prints!
Food for thought. . .
Thankyou so much to everyone who made today special, for such a special little girl!
“Do you ever have days when everything feels… Not Very Okay At All? And sometimes you don’t even know why you feel Not Very Okay At All, you just know that you do.”
Congratulations to the participants!
Ukulele Lessons with Mrs Tyler
Grade 5 and 6 had terrific success with their optical art. There were smiles all round when the students realized how manipulating lines can trick the eye.
Studying artists and finger painting – a lot of fun
An annual tradition. . . .
Annual Cross Country, 2018
Thank you to our wonderful Parent’s Association for
Congratulations to Ashling Morone
Changes to STEM area
Awesome learning going on!
Wednesday 9th May, 6pm in the Prep Rooms.
The Grade 5’s had a chilly start
The preps were getting very creative making all sorts of shapes this afternoon!
This coming week in Prep are having pancakes on Tuesday and Thursday is Princess and Pirate Day.
You should all be very proud of your children!