Mrs Liedermoy's Year 6 C4 students, used the green screen in our STEAM Room to create an image of themselves diving into a pool. The image was used as the cover for their poetry booklets which had a range of poetry types all connected to water. They used water as the subject because they were reading the novel "Boss of the Pool", by Robin Klein.
Using green screens to create a visual interpretation of an event was part of C4's project. Allowing students to use technolgy as a form of self expression is highly valued in STEAM and is part of differentiating the curriculum to accomodate for all types of learners. Mrs Liedermoy also organises the Robotics program with our science teacher Mrs Waghorn.
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The Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum addresses the four key learning areas: History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship and Economics and Business.
Children are selected to be part of a Robotics program run after school with Mrs Waghorn and Mrs Liedermoy. The children were very excited that robotics had started again for 2020 They began practising with the Spheros and iPads making sure they were in sync under the explicit instruction of Mrs Waghorn. This intial stage is preparing them for greater use of coding later in the term.
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All students from Year 1 to Year 6 participate in a Specialist Music Program at South Thornlie Primary.