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Gharaffa Year 4 Brainwaves Exit Point

17 September 2018

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Parents were invited to our Gharaffa Campus for the Brainwaves Exit Point. 

There was plenty of excitement in the Year 4 classrooms at Gharaffa on Thursday as the students showcased their learning in the 'Brainwave' Exit Point. It was all about how we learn new skills. Parents were invited to try out various different skills including bottle flipping, butterfly dribbling, cartoon drawing and paper cutting. The students did an amazing job of presenting, demonstrating and explaining these skills. Everyone agreed that the best way to improve at new skills is to practise. By linking their learning in IPC to English, the students improved at writing instructions too! Thank you for coming parents. We hope you enjoyed yourselves and learned something new!

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