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Student Achievement

Mount Ousley, like many other primary schools, has a relentless focus on improving student achievement. This occurs through a wide range of structures that continually improve teaching and allow students to take increasingly greater responsibility for their learning.

Social Inclusion

Social inclusion is one of the most important values we teach. The knowledge that others care about us and the secure feeling we gain from being supported, respected and included, lie at the heart of a person’s positive wellbeing. Indeed, they lie at the heart of a decent society.

If one’s self-esteem suffers from the hurtful or unthoughtful actions of others, or if we’re confronted by harsh challenges in life, it is of course so much harder to function effectively and be a productive participant in all that life has to offer.

Term 3

Hi,

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday. The kids are certainly excited to be back at school and keen for a new term of learning.

This term the kids will be covering a range of topics in maths but over the next week we will be focusing on patterns and algebra and position.  A lot of the maths we are doing this term will relate to the Rio Olympics.

Last Blog Post Here

Hi everyone,

1/2F will be letting you know all the fantastic things we are up to on our class Seesaw & Twitter pages from now on. This will be the last blog post on this page. Feel free to follow us on Twitter (@12Fabulous) or talk to me to get access to our Seesaw page.

Thanks,

Miss Fitzpatrick

Students Can & Do Make a Difference

At Mount Ousley we encourage students to find their voice and speak up for causes they're passionate about. This week has been extraordinary.

A stage 3 classroom discussion about current affairs led to an entire class designing a campaign to speak up against racism. It makes me enormously proud that a group of 11 and 12 year olds has committed to try to change the way in which the world so often perceives Muslims. No challenge is ever too big!

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