Don't miss out on the latest bits and pieces of our Anniversary Celebrations this year. You can catch a glimpse into the stories and impact our school has had on the community by clicking on the tab on our site just under news or simply the 75 Years logo on the right! There is a special presentation planned at the Twiligiht Fair that no one should miss out on! You can also visit the Rosanna Page Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/RosannaPrimarySchool.
Students were left with gaping jaws as they watched and listened to the Greensborough College Orchestra who visited today.
Some enjoyed the orchestral pieces others named the choir as the highlight. Everyone enjoyed joining in on 'Uptown Funk'!
Thanks to all our visitors for sharing their talents with us this morning.
Playing at lunch time took second place for a group of students who stood and stared into the large tree outside Chandler Hall today. They craned their necks to catch a glimpse of the newly hatched Tawny Frogmouth in its nest. Occasionally it would stretch up high and give the first flaps that will strengthen its wings for a lifetime of flying.
If you haven't spotted them yet then make sure you stand outside 12A and look up! Look carefully because they are very well camouflaged. You will be amazed.
Last Friday students from the 5/6 area participated in interschool sport grand finals. The first grand final was the softball girls. It was a tough game and everyone played their best but the girls lost 10 to 8 against St. Martins. The softball boys then played an amazing game and won. The score was 19 to 2, Rosanna's way. The bat tennis boys had a thriller of a game and drew against Banyule. But then they came out unlucky on a count back of sets and lost. The softball boys will now move on to the district level tomorrow. Good luck everyone who is playing tomorrow.
Cassy and Metissa
On Tuesday 20 October we had a scientist visit the 4/5/6 area. Lynda (who is a Biochemist) showed us an experiment where she extracted the DNA of a strawberry. She also showed us pictures of where she works at CSL and what they do there. They are responsible for producing the vaccination for flu shots! We all enjoyed trying on the special uniform that scientists must wear in the lab. We learnt a lot about how the flu vaccine is made (it’s a pretty long process), how it protects us and the importance of having it.
We learnt lots and enjoyed her visit. A big thanks to Lynda for teaching us so much and answering all of our questions! Check out the 4/5/6 blog to find out more.
Mandolin, on behalf of the 4/5/6 area.
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