That’s right, Wembley has a Gardening Club and you can hear all about it on this week’s episode. Our teacher interviews are with the Grade 1s, where we learn why Mr Hart is the king of dad jokes. We also speak to our Hoop Timers and some of last year’s Maribyrnong Writers competition winners.
The lesser known sibling of Literacy Week takes it’s place in the limelight in this episode, alongside the musical. We talk to our maths guru, Mr Chig; and some of Wembley’s own human calculators give us the low-down on Maths Olympiad. The lead cast of ‘It’s a Jungle Out There’ share their experiences after giving us a sneak peak at some of the songs. Then, thrown in for good measure, is a sports report on the Netball Championships and of course, we couldn’t forget Fathers Day!
With literacy being in the spotlight this week, we talk to our Leader of Learning in English, take a look at what happens during an author visit and get the run down of the week’s special activities. We also learn about STEPtember and talk to some students who are competing in the snow.
This week we come to understand why it’s such a big deal to survive your first 100 days, ever, of primary school! We join the prep students as they celebrate this achievement and discover what school camp looks like when you’re 5 years old. We also say a temporary ‘Goodbye’ to Miss Shenoy and hear exactly why she will be missed by her Grade, 4D.
A winning week for Wembley - hear all about the 3-6 District Athletics and from our own champion runner, Evie. The School Captains and 5/6 Sports Captains give us an insiders view of student leadership, whilst the Year 6 teachers are put through the mill by our interview team. Happy listening!