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The Big Day Out 2016

14 June 2016

Is it going to smash? Yep! Smash the egg went!... Zero was the score but the children were excited. Four weeks of researching and investigating, designing, constructing and then trialling seven of the models; we celebrated the successes and discussed and later analysed our failures. What went wrong? What went right? How can we improve our models next time?  Will it fly? Will it fall? These were the whispers of the our Year 7 students on the Science Extravaganza – The Big Day Out !

The day had…

Year 7 Girls Soccer Report

31 May 2016

Everyone contributed.

We were the worst team, we lost all our games, but we played fair.

It was fun.

We had to learn new things and get to know new people.

We were persistent.

We had good teamwork and sportsmanship.

I got to know all the other girls better.

We still tried and participated and winning didn’t matter.

Everyone worked well as a team.

We got stronger the longer we played and we can win next year!

Lily S, Skye R, Shannon M, Paris T, Erin D, Keisha R, Nykita C, She…

Slam Poetic - Luka Lesson

31 May 2016

On Monday afternoon Slam Poetic Luka Lesson came to share some of his amazing poetry with the Year Seven students at LSC. He entertained the students with his amazing ability to turn his life stories into prose and even had a Rap Battle with Ben Pike from 7B. This was an awesome introduction to the unit of work on poetry that we are starting in Year Seven next week.

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YEAR 11 FIT2DRIVE REPORT

31 May 2016

*In small groups we discussed when we had felt unsafe in a car, through the feelings we had inside, and when we felt safe in a car. Then we talked about how we could deal with this.

*Reinforced our knowledge of some rules and skills like overtaking.

*We looked at different scenarios and then we wrote down what we would have said in the back seat. We planned alternative choices and actions.

*Looked at and then role played a real life, multiple fatality, case study car crash involving young…

Lara hosts Regional Hands On Learning meeting.

23 May 2016

On Monday 18th of April, Aaron and Rob from the Lara Hands On Learning program, hosted the Geelong Regional Hands On Learning Artisans and Teachers meeting for Term 2.

Representatives from the 5 Geelong schools who operate the Hands On Learning program (Bellarine Oberon, Grovedale, Northern Bay and Lara) were shown around the Lara Hands On Learning shed. They heard about the recent stage construction and were shown some of the project work including the recycled pallet furniture and the bil…

TAKE OVER GPAC 2016 - Rehearsals

23 May 2016

Applied Learning PDS Foods Excursion - Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food

23 May 2016

Over the past 4 weeks, we have been going to Jamie’s Ministry of Food in Moorabool Street, Geelong. We catch the train there and back each Thursday. Throughout the 4 weeks we have made yellow chicken curry with rice, learned various ways to cook eggs, cooked spaghetti with meatballs, feta and mint salad and pear crumble with custard.

So far I have learnt how to time and cook eggs perfectly. I have enjoyed cooking at Jamie’s Ministry of Food because we cook harder foods and all different types…

ANZAC COMMEMORATION

29 April 2016

Congratulations to our People and Places Central Studies Class for their organisation of a very moving  ANZAC COMMEMORATIVE CEREMONY last week. We were very fortunate to have guests from the Lara Returned Serviceman’s League join us on the day, with Bruce Challoner speaking with enormous emotion and passion.  It is a rare occasion when over 800 student and teachers are silenced by the stories of the past in memory of our fallen soldiers.  Enormous respect was paid on the day by every stud…

LSC Athletics 2016

29 April 2016

Congratulations to all students who participated in our Annual House Athletics Carnival. A big thanks to Mr Malcolm, the House Teachers and Captains, and all staff who officiated on the day to make the day a success. The winning house was Serendip closely followed by Hovell. There were some wonderful performances by students from all houses. We held a Presentation Assembly yesterday, where the House Captains of Serendip, Thewin and Angus, accepted the Winners Shield on behalf of their house. Ag…

YEAR 10 OUTDOOR EDUCATION: Team Building & Water Safety

04 March 2016

The Year 10 Outdoor Education program commenced with a series of hands - on initiative tasks, trust activities and small team challenges designed to further develop students’ skills in teamwork, communication, organisation and problem solving. Students have sinc e b een working towards developing an understanding of the dangers associated with adventuring in and around various water environments and h ow to minimise the risk of injury or drowning. As part of their assessment, students are requi…