Hi everyone. It's been a while since I've posted, but there is still lots of exciting stuff happening at Broulee Public School. The school has been busy implementing synthetic phonics, and more photos will follow. The purpose of this update is to fill you in on our school numeracy programs. The Learning Support Program allows the school School Learning Support Officers (SLSOs) to assist with numeracy groups in classrooms. This means that there are many classes in the school that have assistance during numeracy lessons. As most classes do numeracy rotations with small groups, this means that the classroom teacher and SLSOs work with small groups of children to give extra support and intervention. Here are some photos of the small group work that happens.
Mra Tuan, Gabbie and Jasmine.
Miss Hanks and Emma enjoying the shade of a beautiful tree while learning about friends of ten.
In 4/5D students were broken into groups to make a slide show about multiplication and division. Follow the link below to see the "Puppet" that Rhiana and Summer made.
Authors are Tania Dorney (Learning and Support Teacher) and Cherie Enright (Reading Recovery Teacher).