Yesterday morning some of the year eights went out to feed the calves in reading time.
East Loddon has received some new calves! The Year 9’s have officially named the calves Paddington (‘Paddy’ or Pattie as some of the boys refer to him as – the golden-brown one) and Chuggington (‘Chuggy’ because he chugs his milk – the black one). Thank you to the Lawrys for donating the calves to the school!
Jeremy from HALT visited senior school students last Friday to speak about his program HALT. He spoke about the importance of speaking up in regards to mental health issue and also shared some of his own, personal experiences. Thank you Jeremy!
Book week saw students from prep to Yr. 12 dress up as characters from their favourite book. Pictured are Yr. 12s dressed as characters from the book ‘Where is the green sheep?’
Students from Yr. 10, 11 and VCAL classes toured Bendigo TAFE campuses on Tuesday. Students were able to gain an insight into the various courses that Bendigo TAFE have on offer.
In science, the year 8’s have been building bridges out of paddle pop sticks. We are having a competition to see who’s bridge is the strongest. Whoever wins gets the opportunity to go to Melbourne. .
As part of the year 12 VCE agriculture course Rylee has been hatching quails for her small business project
We have had a new addition to the school of late. Archie is getting up to a lot around the school. To check out what she is getting up to check her blog: https://eastloddonarchibull.weebly.com/