Friday, 9 March 2018

Adventures of Room 7

Welcome to the wonderful Room 7, where everything is fun and exciting! Oh, don’t worry parents we still do lots of learning! So for the past 6 weeks we have done lots of action packed activities. There’s been Yr 6 camp and the Year 5’s have been to EOTC. The Yr 6’s have had so much fun at Lakewood Lodge which was down at Huntly. We did some horse games, archery, Survival, the flying fox, climbing wall, kayaking, an intense game of tug of war, the mud run, there was literally tadpoles swimming in the murky water and much more! Some of us face our fears but we all had such a great time… and so did the Year 5’s! The Year 5’s had a great time at Eastern Beach. They did some kayaking and there was a lot of crashing waves! They made bubbling pikelets, fun paddling games, awesome raft building, tent pitching and…..(drum roll please) a scavenger hunt!  Tree adventures, they had lots of courses where they each had to wear harnesses and helmets. The obstacles were made out of wood, metals and rope. They had ziplines and other fun stuff too! They had to also had played Frisbee Golf which is kind of like mini golf but we use a frisbee instead. But most importantly, we all survived…. Well most of them…

But we had just as fun at school we have created some awesome Picasso Paintings we used pastel and paint and they turned out amazing! We are reading the book, ‘Wonder’ and are learning about how each of us are unique. We have also created this artwork which shows our personality. We have sooo much more adventures to tell but we don’t have enough time. Until next time!


By: Karthiga and Zoe


  1. A great report Karthiga and Zoe about the adventures that some of you have been experiencing - we are lucky to have these EOTC experiences and this year was super to have some new activities for our Y5s!

  2. Camp was such an amazing experience and I'm so pleased that each and everyone of you pushed boundaries and tried new things. You showed determination and grit, while at the same time really began to know each other as class mates and Year 6 leaders.