Our media Moguls this week - Dom and James interviewed the wonderful Mrs Mullamphy for this week's "Meet the Staff Member"
Hello Mrs Mullamphy can you tell us a bit about yourself please.
What is your favourite sport/sports team? That would be AFL and I am a Geelong supporter
Do you have a favourite band? I enjoy listening to Bach baroque and Savage Garden
What are some of your hobbies? I love to garden, read, playing board games with my beautiful children and I love to act in musicals
Do you have any pets? No pets
What is your favourite food? I really love lollies and ice-cream because they taste yummy
Where did you go to primary school and what subject did you enjoy the most? I went to 6 primary schools in Canberra, Texas, Sale & Stockton. My favourite subject was maths and art.
Interesting Mrs Mullamphy we thought your favourite subject would have been music? Back in those days, music wasn't taught however we did singing
Why did you become a teacher? I hated school. Because of my experience at school, I wanted to make it better for other children
What inspires you and why? Nature, literature, people and God
Give us a joke!
I don't have a favourite joke as such but, I do like and have a laugh at tall stories
Monday 17th August School Photos - Come to school with your jumpers for the photos and big smile
Tuesday 21st August Qkr registrations close for Sacrament of Confirmation
Tuesday 25th August 100 Days of Kinder
Wednesday 2nd September Sacrament of Confirmation
Wednesday 9th September WALKATHON
Showcasing Year 2 Students Poem writing skills
This week's Poem is an example of a Cinquain Poem. What is a Cinquain Poem? Cinquains were invented by Adelaide Crapsey, an American poet, approx 100 years ago. The cheer '2,4,6,8" is related to cinquains because those numbers are the pattern for the syllables of the first four lines in the poem. Perhaps Adelaide was thinking of this cheer when she wrote the first cinquain, or perhaps she really liked even numbers!
Rainbows are a circle
Seven colours make a rainbow
Please note - Merit Awards will be handed out next Friday at school.
Each week we will be interviewing one of our fabulous members of staff, so you can get to know a bit more about them
This week is Mrs Dunley
Our SJV Media Moguls this week Isla and Abigale interviewed ???????????
and asked three hard hitting questions...... who is the Mystery Staff Member???
1. How do you look so young?
2. Have you ever dyed your hair a crazy colour?
3. What's your biggest fear?
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