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comings and goings from the smaller end of the school

October 16, 2012
by malmsburyps
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French Day Fun!!!

On Thursday the 19th September our whole school had a special French Day.  Everyone was encouraged to dress up in French-themed clothes, there was a lot of rouge, blanc et bleu!  We did lots of different French activities and we all had a great morning.  Here is what the Grade Prep/Ones had to stay about French Day:

Today was French Day. I liked that when you had to make your own badge wit hthe red, while and blue.

We got to wear French colours.  Some people are wearing blue, red and white.

Some people won prizes. The prizes were for best puppets.  The prize was a French ribbon and a chocolate frog.

We made puppets. Some people did shows with their puppets in the assembly area.  We used the new puppet theatre. It has blue and red curtains and it is painted red and blue. It has got the French colours on it.

Some people got to do performances with the puppet theatre.

At assembly each house group walked around in a circle showing off their French colours.

We made little bags with pepper and herbs. These are called bouquet garni.

We liked French Day because we got to do French and Performing Arts at the same time.

French was very good and we did lots of things. We watched a movie.   We had special Fench pancakes called crepes.

We played petanque. How you play is someone throws a snitch and other people have to throw these other big metal balls. Whoever gets closest to the snitch gets to throw the snitch for the next game.

French was really fun because we got to make our own puppets.

We love French Day!!

Thankyou Madame Sam, we had a great time!

 

August 6, 2012
by malmsburyps
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Olympic’s Day

Today Malmsbury Primary School held an Olympic Day.  Everyone in the school was asked to dress up in the colours of the Olympic rings – yellow, black, red, blue and green.  There were some people who had gotten really dressed up and looked fantastic!

We spent the whole morning playing lots of different Olympic sports, like gymnastics, archery, weight-lifting, synchronised swimming and equestrian.  Who would have thought that we could do synchronised swimming or equestrian events here at school? We don’t even have a pool or horses! Despite our apparent lack of equipment we were able to have a successful Olympic events day.  We have really learnt a lot about using our imaginations, co-operation and working as a team and how to use sports equipment creatively.

The time we spent playing sports this morning will all go towards our PM Olympic Challenge scores.  There are lots of kids in the school who are getting close to having enough points for a medal.

Brodie gets into the Olympic spirit and shows his support for the Italian team.

What was your favourite event of Malmsbury Primary School Olympics?

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