Last week, the Year 6s were able to start their last group of lessons at Prescott College. They have really enjoyed the Science, Design Tech and Cooking lessons and were super relieved that covid restrictions did not stop them from visiting.
The beauty of nature play is that it gives young people the opportunity to engage their curiosity, explore and innovate. Students at Prescott Primary Northern had the opportunity to engage in sensory play as they explored the new sensations of tapioca pearls contrasted against the different forms, colours, and shapes of beautiful orchid flowers. Students squealed with delight as they ran their fingers through the tapioca pearls. This was a new sensation that many students had
The aroma of zesty citrus enticed students to participate in sensory learning at Prescott Primary Northern this week. Refreshing giggles and jests were shared as excited fingers explored textures colours and different play actions. There was a kaleidoscope of colour to explore, from rich ruby red oranges and grapefruit to yellow sour lemons and shiny green limes. The change of texture of rough pithy rind to soft fleshy centres with juicy segments inside. The joy of discovery
During the school holidays, Aishwarya participated in an Under 12's STATE Girls' Chess Championship in the city and came 2nd place! She also participated in an on-line Holiday State chess tournament and came 1st! We are so proud of our in-house chess champ and congratulate Aishwarya on her amazing efforts. Aishwarya is always practising and has been hard to beat in our own chess club this year. Chess club will resume in Week 2. Unfortunately, there are no new spaces this term