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APP Year 3 Community Service

31 March 2017

Over the last few months, Year 3 have been learning with our community school, Giong Ong To.

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We have created a giant art project as a group of classes and this is the finished product. Each group was responsible for a different section and the final product was assembled this week. The children have thoroughly enjoyed having the opportunity to work with different people and to experience a snapshot of the lives of others. Year 3 learned how to communicate using translators, gestures and support from adults to create our project. They really showed a great deal of care and respect towards their peers.

We would like to thank the Giong Ong To school for their hard work and organisation in providing an interesting and fun science lesson. A big thank you also goes to Ms Clover, Ms Samantha, Ms Naomi and Ms Ella for all of their hard work in making this experience possible.

Mr Jonathan Philips, Year 3 Teacher and Assistant Milepost Leader