Concept - Context and Representation
This term, Kindergarten students will explore the concepts 'Context and Representation'. Context refers to factors acting upon composers and responders that impinge on meaning. Representation is the depiction of a thing, person or idea in written, visual, performed or spoken language.
Kindergarten students will understand that texts are composed in response to different situations. They will explore how texts reflect aspects of their own world and are created for specified audiences and purposes.
Concept - Spatial Relationships
Through a range of hands-on and STEAM-based Mathematics programs, structured with explicit teaching, students will explore data, area, position & length. Instruction will be differentiated to facilitate individuals to build their understanding of whole number, addition & subtraction and fractions.
Concept - Place and Space
In Geography, students will be investigating the importance of the places they live in and belong to.
They will begin using uses geographical tools such as maps to identify important features of familiar places and explore how and why spaces are organised in particular ways to meet the needs of the people who use them.
Students will choose a familiar place that is of personal importance and create a digital text explaining how it can be protected and cared for.
As part of our learning journey Kindergarten will be visiting Narrabeen beach and Coastal Environment Centre to explore what makes 'The Coast' a special place and how we can help to look after it.
Concept - context and Representation
Kindergarten students will examine a range of artistic styles. They will investigate how artworks are composed for specific audiences and purposes.
Students will explore and create artworks that reflect aspects of their own world, focusing on places that are special to them.
Concept - Connection
In Personal Development, Health and Physical Education, students will explore how having a healthy, safe and active lifestyle can enhance connections with others.
Kindergarten students will focus on aspects of safe living including; medicine, road, fire and water safety.
They will also be working cooperatively to solve movement challenges in physical activities, games and sports.
Created with images by Aaron Burden - "untitled image" • Joshua Hoehne - "untitled image"