In Week 7, our two Year 4 classes went on an excursion to Port MacDonnell as a wrap-up to their history unit on Boandik life before the arrival of Europeans.  We were very lucky to have wonderful weather and a great day was had by all. 

Evie – “My favourite part of the excursion was making and playing the Aboriginal game.”

Kordan – “I enjoyed making up the dance and doing it.”

Eli – “I liked doing the walk and making the art and sand sculpture.”

Matty – “I loved finding crayfish.”

Olivia – “I thought it was fun finding the dead fish head but I’m happy I didn’t have to eat it.”

Louie – “The best part of the day was making the sand sculptures.”

Mahli “My favourite part of the excursion was picking up cool things off of the beach and then decorating our sand sculptures with them.”

A big thank you to the parents who accompanied us. Without you, we would not have been able to go.

Beulah Burch & Joanne Hamilton

Teachers