Rare sightings of teachers in the library makerspace

Thanks to Sam Loh (smiling on the right of the photo above), the Lego Club is a hive of activity in our small makerspace in the library. If you’re very quiet and move slowly, you may even spot a teacher or two rummaging in the Lego boxes along with the students.

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Our numbers in the library during recreation time are growing as students continue to find spaces and activities for social activities.

Winding up for the end of the year

So it’s a curious time of year when the regular pace and routine are disrupted by wonderful messy projects such as the year 9 city scavenger hunt, the year 9 city project (research/documentary), for the first time the year 10 Innovation Project which gives students the opportunity to make significant changes in the school, presenting to a panel of professionals to be shortlisted for the successful three teams – and lots of singing in between (LOTS of singing!)

I wanted to share some photos of this busy, happy time.

Year 9s waiting to watch the winning Melbourne documentaries.

The winners receiving their accolades.

In between all of this the library is a hub of old fashioned activity.

Juggling

Games for people with tiny fingers.

GeoGuessr

Board games

Lego

Next Monday the library assistants and Writing Interest Group (WIG – formerly Competition Writing) are joining for a big party, The Madhatter’s Tea Party, to be precise.

And of course, there are always BOOKS!

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