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DLA2 Edison Robot Fun

DLA2 have been experimenting with the Edison Robots during our Thursday STEM lessons.

The students have had lots of success when using the barcodes which program the robots to track lines, move to clapping, follow a torch light and detect obstacles.

 

Space Jump

School Production WOW!  Outstanding performances and organisation to all students who participated in the production of 'Space Jump' . The students arranged the choreography, sets, photos, ticket designs, and so much more.

 

Pirate Day

Well done to the students and staff of Madeley Primary School who have proudly supported Pirate Day Friday and raised over $440 dollars for childhood cancer research.

 

NAO Robot Visit

This week Miss Dunbar's class was fortunate enough to participate in a visit from an NAO robot as part of our STEM program. Students learnt about programming and coding and had a go at programming the NAO robot as a class.

Science Room News Week 5 & 6

The upper classes created their own Terrestrial planets out of plaster of paris, they were able to observe; record and share the types of surfaces their planet. It was amazing to see how different they all are....volcanoes, craters, mountains and valleys were just some of the surfaces seen.

The Middle classes learned how the Earth's tilt creates our 4 seasons and with our seasons we have many types of weather. For the past two weeks they have been planning and conducting a range of investigations to re-create some of the weather types. Cyclones, Thunderstorms and Rain Clouds just to name a few.

 

Madeley’s Biggest Morning Tea

The staff held Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea fundraising event at Madeley Primary School

on Friday 26th May.  It was a great success with $830 raised for the Cancer Council. 

We would like to extend a big thank you to all of our sponsors who assisted us by providing raffle prizes and vouchers.  Staff also donated items for raffle prizes to assist the fundraising efforts. 

 

  

May the Force Be With You!!

It was great to see so many students and staff dressed in their favorite Sci-Fi costumes today. This event was an initiative of the Student Council to raise funds for Nazma who lives in Bangladesh and is our sponsor child. Well done everyone! 

Banners in the Terrace competition

Tracey Roberts, Mayor of the City of Wanneroo, visited our school and presented the winners of the Banners in the Terrace competition with their certificates. We had students who achieved third, second and first place entries. This is a testament to the talent of our students and the quality of our Visual Arts Program.

Congratulations go to....
Third Place - Claire, Abbey and Isabella
Second Place - Madelyn and Giselle
First Place - Emily

Emily's design will be displayed on St George's Terrace in August. 

Indigenous Elder Incursion

We were very fortunate to have Dr Noel Nannup, Noongar Indigenous Elder and the Edith Cowan Universities Elder in Residence come and speak to GLA 1, DLA2 and DLA3 on Monday. The children were captivated by his stories about growing up in an Indigenous culture. 

 

 

 

 

Science Room News Week 2

For the past two weeks, the junior classes have been learning about the phases of the moon and why it changes shape. This week they had a lot of yummy fun making each of the 8 phases out of Oreo biscuits.

The senior classes have been spending their science lessons learning about the importance of our sun. This week we focused on what a Terrestrial planet was and how they differ from the gas planets. They then created their own terrestrial planet out of plaster of paris.