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Mrs. Barclay's 3/4 Class at Killara Primary School

Welcome to our Class Blog!

Welcome to 3/4Es Class Blog for 2016! We can’t believe it is Term 3 already. This year has been a wonderful learning adventure so far and we are looking forward to sharing our learning with you for the remainder of the year!

What has been something you have enjoyed learning so far this year?


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Lachlan’s Blog Post

This week is book week at KPS.  On Tuesday we had the Book week parade dress up day and I went as a S.H.I.E.L.D agent whose name was Agent Colson from the Avengers.

On Wednesday we had Andy Griffith’s come to the school …. I wish …. Really we had Nova Weetman – I enjoyed it because we made our own horror and death story about a boy who was Poor and lived in a zoo with meerkats and Annabel the doll.

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*Guest Post by Aliya*

Our learning:

In inquiry we are learning about continents of the world and Australia’s states territories and the special land marks. There are seven continents in the world. They are Africa, Australia, Europe, Antarctica, Asia, South America and North America.

Australia is divided in to seven states Western Australia, South Australia, northern territory, Queensland, New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria.

  1. Western Australia is the biggest state its population is 2.589 million .its capital is Perth.
  2. Queensland is the second biggest state its population is 4.691million its capital is Brisbane.
  3. Northern territory it’s the third biggest state its population is 243,700 thousand its capital is Darwin.
  4. South Australia is the fourth biggest state its population is 1.677its capital is Adelaide.
  5. New South Wales is the fifth biggest state its population is 7.544 million its capital is Sydney.
  6. Victoria is the sixth biggest state its population is 5.791 million its capital is Melbourne.
  7. Tasmania is the smallest state its population is 515,000 thousand. I like learning about continents do you.
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Book Week 2015

Today we dressed up as characters from one of our favourite books to celebrate Book Week! We had a parade in the Gym and got to see everyone’s fantastic costumes! Everyone went to so much effort and we had such fun showing off our costumes!

Here is our crazy class all dressed up!




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Camp Allambee

*Guest Post by Darcy*

Year 4 2015

There’s so many things I can’t wait to do at Killara primary school like camp.

There are so many thing you can do there like :

# giant swing.

#billy carts.

# flying fox.

#low ropes course.


#vertical challenge

#and lots more


We will be travelling for about (1.45hrs) on the bus it will be really fun. The cost to go to camp is $225.00 each all students need to bring at least 4 changes of clothing that is appropriate you’ll also need a torch and a plastic drink bottle and no food is allowed . At camp Allambie some of our students will be performing in red faces which if you don’t know it is dancing and singing and at red faces we will be judged by teachers. If you’re going to camp alambee what would your favourite thing be? Mine is the billy carts I can’t wait to go to camp alambee.

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Allambie Camp

*Guest Post by Shaila*

This year our year 3/4 classes will be attending a school camp at Allambie Camp. There will be two groups. Group one (1) and group two (2). Groups one (1) and two (2) will both be attending at different times. Group one (1) will be attending camp at 8:30am on Monday August 31st and they will be returning at 3:30pm on Wednesday September 2nd and group two (2) will be attending at 8:30am on Wednesday September 2nd and will be returning at 3:30pm on Friday September 4th.

We will be travelling on the bus for at least two and a half (2.5) hours. At Allambie Camp there will be LOTS of amazing activities like:
– The Giant Swing
– Billy Carts
– Flying Fox
– Low Ropes Course
– Archery
– Vertical challenge

What I’m most looking forward to is Archery and maybe the Billy Carts.

At camp students will be sleeping in lodges with 4-5 students in each. The cost of the camp is $225.00 each.

All students will need to bring at least 4 changes of clothing that is appropriate and a special set if they are doing Red Faces. Students will also need to bring a torch. Students will also need to bring a plastic drink bottle and no food is allowed in the lodges.

At camp some of the students will be performing some dances and songs at Red Faces. The Red Faces will be judged by the attending parents.

There will be two (2) lodges and in each the boys and girls will be separated.

What are you looking forward to the most at camp Allambie?


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*Guest Post by Perry*

On the 29th of July 3/4 f, 3/4 c and 3/4 a went into Miss Fraser’s room. We were here to learn about mystery Skype and how to run one. We got taught what jobs are used to set up a mystery Skype. Here a some of the jobs.

  • Google Mapper
  • Questioner
  • Filterer
  • Runner
  • Tweeter


We also got taught that there is more than one speaker, and they take turns asking questions.


We haven’t started mystery Skype but we will soon!

I can’t wait.


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Family Science Night!

Killara’s Family Science Night is approaching us very quickly. On Wednesday 19th August we invite everyone to a fun night of “Making Waves – The Science of Light”. In order to make this night a huge success we ask for your participation in donating a range of resources. We request that these items are thoroughly cleaned and in good condition:

Empty cans, plastic bottles, clear plastic and foam cups, plastic straws, icy-pole sticks, toothpicks, cling wrap cylinders, small and large paper plates, zip-locked bags, googly eyes, pom poms, balloons, fishing line and rubber bands.

Thank you all for your help.

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Our Learning

*Guest Post by Ethan*

In maths we are learning about multiplication. For example 4×5 is 20 3×0 is 0 it is simple. Mrs Barclay has told us a lot about it. It is my favourite maths subject. I think at first it is hard but when you get the hang of it, it is easy.

In inquiry we are learning about geography. Geography is like looking around the world and seeing different things. Yesterday we went on google earth. It was good fun.



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Allambee Camp

*Guest Post by Caitlyn*

On Wednesday 2nd of September, the year ¾ students have the opportunity to attend camp. I am very excited to go, because we get to go on the billy carts, giant swing, flying fox, archery and loads more. Camp is a 3 day; 2 night camp. We get to sleep in lodges. I loved last year’s, so I am so excited about this years. We get to do Red Faces, which is where you do a performance in front of judges, (which are parents) and a few kids as well. I’m excited about camp, what about you too?

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