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HASS - Above satisfactory - Year 1

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify and describe with detail important dates and changes in the student’s own life (WS5, WS6). The student explains how specific aspects of daily life have changed over recent time while others …

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Toys – ABOVE

Students talked with their grandparents, during a school visit, about the toys they played with at the same age. Students used a Venn diagram to record and categorise the similarities and differences in toys at the two different times. These activities …

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Visiting the park – ABOVE

Students undertook an excursion to a local park to observe the natural, managed and constructed features of a place. After the excursion students completed a teacher-created digital worksheet containing photographs of the features of the park they had …

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Communications timeline – ABOVE

Students sequenced teacher-provided images of different forms of communication, from oldest to newest, along a timeline. The teacher then questioned the students about the choices they made. The question, along with a transcript of the student’s answer, …

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Digital Technologies - Above satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify how common digital systems (hardware and software) are used to meet specific purposes (WS4). The student uses digital systems to represent simple patterns in data in different ways (WS1, …

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Design and Technologies - Above satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can describe the purpose of familiar products, services and environments and how they meet the needs of users and affect others and environments (WS1, WS2, WS3). The student identifies the features …

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Digital project: Organising ideas – ABOVE

Students generated a digital mind map as a way to display pictorial data. They collected data about known places around the school in the form of digital photos taken using a tablet computer. They used an app to create a mind map to represent these data. …

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Digital project: The beach - ABOVE

Students collected data about what they found on the beach and presented the data as an information product.

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Digital project: Bee-Bot - ABOVE

Students explored the concept of sequencing steps and decisions using Bee-Bots. They worked in groups to solve progressively more complex routes using grids on paper. Students then programmed the Bee-Bots to navigate grids created on the floor using masking …

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The Arts: Media Arts - Above satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use technical elements from the process of stop motion animation to complete an artwork with good consideration to composition (WS1). The student can give reason for making a media artwork (WS1) …

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The Arts: Drama - Above satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can maintain focus and demonstrate sustained choices in role with some aspects of character in a class performance. They can improvise and use movement to represent a range of situations; and show …

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The Arts: Dance - Above satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can demonstrate control and use well-developed movement and expressive skills (WS1). The student can perform their own choreography and lead a dance partner in a dance performance (WS2). They can …

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The Arts: Music - Above satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can perform in a small class ensemble and compose music using graphic notation (WS1). It also shows that the student can sing a learned melody, compose music, and sing, or sing and play, from a simple …

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Presentation: Systems - ABOVE

Throughout the term, students were introduced to various digital systems and their use. Students were asked to identify software and hardware then demonstrate how to use a digital system for a specific purpose at school.

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Composition: Penguins - ABOVE

Students learning in music builds upon learning from the previous band. Students perform from a musical score that they have graphically notated and composed collaboratively with the ensemble.  The task involved students playing instruments and improvising …

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Reflection: My strengths and me - ABOVE

The teacher assisted students to understand what identity is and how identities can be influenced and formed over time. The teacher and students discussed character strengths and achievements through the use of personal experiences, picture books and …

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Written instructions: Environmental games - ABOVE

As part of a History unit, ‘Children 100 years ago’, students learnt that there was limited money and toys for children in Australia. Students were asked to create or adapt a game, using only natural resources. Students used a template to help develop …

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Class Performance: Under the sea – Above

During the course of a term, students participated in an annual musical theatre production as an integrated unit that developed their skills across Dance, Drama and Music. The theme was ‘under the sea’ and the Year 2 students collaborated with Year 6 …

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Composition: Animals - ABOVE

Students explored music inspired by animals by first listening to Penguin Circus by Nigel Westlake and responding to the different parts. They used body percussion to demonstrate aural skills and moved their bodies in time when listening, creating and …

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Demonstration: Creating dance - ABOVE

Students spent the first half of the year following dance videos as part of their warm-up in physical education lessons. Students were asked to construct and perform a dance routine using a minimum of four dance moves that went for at least 30 seconds. …

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