Students analyse the features of photographs and portraits. They celebrate the diversity of their communities by interviewing and photographing community members
Students investigate both the natural and human-made factors contributing to floods and drought. With a focus on extreme weather events, they design their own amphibious home or fireproof vehicle.
Students explore concepts of resilience, determination and perseverance. They discuss their personal and social responsibilities to care for others and the environment.
Students develop an understanding of animal life cycles, body systems, structural adaptations and behaviours, with a particular focus on Australian marsupials.
Students examine the impact of animal production on society and explore the ethical, environmental, economic and social factors associated with these industries.
Students engage with Creation and Dreaming stories and create a stop-motion animation using clay, known as a claymation.
Students explore narrative through First Nations Creation stories and identify the features of different text types. They practise storytelling through performance and play.
Students explore narrative through First Nations Creation stories. They learn that all good stories have a beginning, middle and end.
Students investigate how European colonists acquired land in the 1770s. #momentoftruth