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Trinity News : November 2011
Year Two went on an excursion to The Australian Museum as part of the Unit of Inquiry called ‘A Window to a World Gone By’. This unit focused on family history, artefacts, heirlooms, rituals and cultural and personal identity. The boys were able to experience some hands on activities in the Aboriginal Hands On Room. The activities involved face painting, cave painting and playing of several musical instruments including the Didgeridoo. It was a great day. | The Year Two Preparatory School Teachers In the Aboriginal Hands On Room at The Australian Museum Kallan Maranik (2B) (far left) and Sam Dennison (left) Year 2 The Australian Museum TRINITY NEWS 25 The boys in 1K are looking at what the word ‘Celebration’ means to them as we start our new unit of inquiry ‘Let’s Celebrate’. | Kerrie Sigston Boys from 1S enjoyed learning about a variety of Natural Disasters in their Unit of Inquiry What a Disaster. The boys like making and then erupting their own volcanoes. | Alexandra Schmidt below: Hamish Davidson-McLeod (L) Jake Bubic (R) bottom right: Anthony Le (L) Archer Jeremy (R) bottom left: Elie Lahood (L) Joshua Luong (R) Celebration | 1 K