Parents and students enjoyed a dinosaur morning in the Prep area. On paying their money, the parents were then taken around the dinosaur displays by their children. After being treated to a dinosaur song, students and parents were involved in dinosaur activities such as dinosaur pictures , a dinosaur dig in the sandpit, a dinosaur slideshow and dinosaurs in the playdough.Mr Hewitt visited the display and chatted with the students and parents. The fun morning culminated in a delicious, dinosaur feast.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Year 1 and 2 students visted the Horseshoe B Longhorns at Leahton Park recently. They had a fantastic time. Students were met by Mr and Mrs Bethel where they were told some information about the longhorns before going into the workshop to see where Mr Bethel made saddles and other leather goods. There they all received a leather medallion with their initial on it.After a delicious morning tea of home made scones, damper and anzac biscuits ,the students went on a ride in the wagon pulled by two draught horses ,Woodrow and Gus. They went to see some of the longhorns and marvelled at the size of their horns. Then the students saw the crush, the buffaloes , birds in the aviery and fed the fish in the wishing well. Finally they tried their hand at roping some "steers". While some did well others roped themselves more than the cattle. After getting a postcard and retrieving their initials in leather, the students thanked the Bethels for a great excursion. I am sure there would have been a lot to talk about the excursion around the dinner table that night .
Sunday, September 6, 2009
The Primary students and parents were treated to a Bush Dance and BBQ. The P&F organised the BBQ and cent sale while the teachers organised the grand parade, dances and games throughout the evening.Mr Hewitt gave all the students a gingerbread person decorated in the BTC uniform. There were male and female gingerbread people in formal and sports uniform. (If you have't seen them yet ,ask at the Office)Parents joined in some of the dances , particularly the old favourite Nutbush. The Heel and Toe Polka got the students up and going and the Funky Cha Cha was a big hit. A great night was had by all.