Tuesday, August 30, 2016


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We'll miss you Mrs Coffa!

Rosie: What I loved was when you came and taught us new initiatives such as CS First. Thank you for teaching us about Twitter because it's nice to see what other people are doing on excursions.
Caitlin: What I loved was that Mrs Coffa always helped us and explained things so we "got it." But, most of all, you pushed down the walls of the classroom and opened up new learning and communication.
Alexa: I'm thankful that Mrs Coffa showed us Scratch because I have learnt so much.
Patrick: Thank you,Mrs Coffa, for showing us so many new programmes and thank you for taking your time for us.
Ava: Thank you for sharing all your ideas with us.
Hannah A: I am grateful for Mrs Coffa because she made us THINK outside the box and she helped us with new learning.
Declan: I especially thank Mrs Coffa for all the time and effort you have put into us...especially Coding.
Zach :Mrs Coffa inspired me to help other people on computers.
Sophie: Thank you, Mrs Coffa, for showing us good games and helping us learn. I learnt a lot from you.
Simon: I was happy you came in and worked with us and taught us new things. I enjoyed it!
Eva: I loved that you taught us how to work our Chrome Books.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Our Reviews of DigiTech tools

There are so many new tools around to help us learn about how we can actually create things with technology and not just be users.  We decided to explore a few and create our own Reviews.  They are of web-based tools. They were first impressions only but have a look and let us know if you would like us to review anymore !

Friday, August 19, 2016

PJ Day

A great day was had by all at our annual PJ Day and we raised plenty of funds with our gold coin donations for Melbourne City Mission. But a crucial part of the day was raising our consciousness about issues that may not affect us but, are part of many people's lives. We will continue to reflect about these things in the week ahead, especially making connections to the Catholic Social Teaching principle of the Preferential Option for the Poor.

Preferential Option for the Poor                            If the World Were 100 People