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Coopers Creek Public School

Coopers Creek Public School

 

Term 4 is underway already and we have had a great start to the term here at Upper Coopers Creek. Our new vegetable gardens are now complete and we are eagerly awaiting the harvest from our first plantings. The garden and lessons based around it are reinforcing concepts students are learning in science such as transpiration and seed germination. We would like to say a big thank you to Dierk and Sandra from Mandala garden products for all their assistance with this project.

 

Upper Coopers Creek Public School

Upper Coopers Creek Public School

 

It has been very busy at Upper Coopers Creek over the last few weeks. Our entire senior class were lucky to have the opportunity to participate in a STEM day at Dorroughby Environmental Education Centre. STEM is an acronym for “Science, Technology, Engi- neering and Mathematics” they were engaged in many activities such as building a water catchment from natural materials. Our senior students also visited Lismore library for ‘Brick by Brick” a Lego workshop called ‘Build your own capital’ focusing on Canberra’s build- ings and monuments. This provided useful background knowledge for their upcoming excursion to Canberra. Our students are very lucky because the size of our school makes many opportunities available to everyone.

 

Upper Coopers Creek Public School

 

We welcome our new Kindergarten students Lily & Malaki and all our existing students and families for another inspiring year at Upper Coopers Creek. We wish our new students a long and happy stay at Upper Coopers Creek School.

As Term one draws to an end our new students have settled in to life at big school and have engaged in fitness activities in the mornings organised by our year 6 students. At lunch time the Year 6 students have also spent their time organising games such as sack races and ball games which all students have enjoyed.

 

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