Early Stage 1 and Stage 1 students are continuing to learn about Aesop’s fables.
The man, the boy and the donkey || Short story for kids
Song “A man, a boy and a donkey” – Children’s music video
Stage 3 students continue their investigations in geography (Humans shape places) into the plans to build a second Sydney airport at Badgery’s Creek.
Some links include:
Liverpool City Council – Planning
Liverpool City Council – Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Early Stage 1 and Stage 1 students are learning about Spring, the life cycle of the frog and the fable, “The exploding frog” (aka “The frog and the ox”).
The life cycle of a frog
Life cycle of a frog
Panama frogs serenade females – The trials of life – BBC
The mystery of the red-eyed tree frog
Here are the links we have used in previous years:
Stage 3 students will be researching the Geography unit, Humans shape places, with particular emphasis on the numerous false starts on Sydney’s proposed second international airport.
Second Sydney airport – a chronology
These Youtube clips will be a useful starting point for developing field knowledge.
Badgery’s Creek Airport to be ready by 2000 for the Sydney Olympic Games
Sydney Airport 2000 Building your Olympic airport documentary
Western Sydney Airport explained – 12 December 2016
Ten Eyewitness News Sydney-Badgery’s Creek Airport Project (2/5/2017)