FOUR talented Oberon Public School students have their creative artworks heading to the Operation Art exhibition. Operation Art, an initiative of The Children's Hospital at Westmead, provides a forum for schools and students to demonstrate their visual art achievements through exhibitions at Sydney Olympic Park and the Art Gallery of New South Wales. The following artworks are heading to the exhibition: "Celeste" by Celeste Tan; "My Place" by Savannah Saville; "Autumn Leaves" by Lexi Booth; and "Pinky" by Emile Gilmore. Hira Murray's 2020 artwork "Baby Owls" was successful in securing a place in the travelling exhibition that is currently touring art galleries across NSW.
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Stage 3 Canberra Excursion: There was great excitement as our Year 5 and 6 students from St Joseph's School departed for their long awaited Canberra excursion. They are had a terrific time visiting the attractions of our nation's capital.
First Holy Communion: Congratulations to the eight children who received Jesus for the first time last Sunday. Bentley Armstrong Max Behan, Hunter Booth, Rose Christie-Johnston, Hunter Kilby, Jack Kilby, Gracie Lewis and Harrison Pointon prepared very well for the sacrament and displayed great reverence and respect throughout the Mass.
Eastern Creek Cross Country: Congratulations to Harry and Amelia from St Joseph's School who represented their school at the Eastern Creek Cross Country held last week.
Oberon High School's year 7 have been enjoying their maths lessons with some hands on learning. Students have spent time breaking down fractions using skittles and seeing what each fraction represents in real life, and then combining multiple colours to add fractions and understand how denominators work. The class then headed outside later in the term for some real life estimation practice. Students were reminded that one step can help them estimate the length and width of different objects around the school, with the most accurate team getting a prize.
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