Thanks to Hye Jin and Sam for such excellent work and for being so well organised with everything. Character Dress-up Day To celebrate the end of Book Week, all students and staff were invited to dress up as their favourite Book Character on Friday, October 7th.Tags: Proposed Research Project ExampleComparison Contrast Essay PointHuck Finn EssayAffordable Research PaperTextiles Coursework PresentationWhat Is Planning In BusinessThe Essay Place
Our annual Book Week & Book Fair 2016-17 started on Monday, 3rd October with the theme of “Oceans of Stories”.
There have been many activities every day until Friday, 7th October.
We were thrilled to be offered this presentation through the TD Adopt-a-School Program at Regina Street Public School.
We are seldom able to have author visits due to lack of “extra” money from other sources (e.g.
A BIG thank you to all parents who have given up their time to come in and read to the children, it has been a great experience for EIS students.
Teachers [email protected] Recent Readings Along with many other activities, two of our Secondary students video-interviewed some teachers about their recent readings.
JACK: Do you think there might be a book here that can give me some inspiration for a costume? Unfortunately, it was kinda, sorta accidently burned down by a guy called Julius Caesar. But the idea of a public place where people could access information and stories kinda took off.
DIONNE: Yeah there's heaps and heaps of books and lots more. The first library that was open to the public was the Library of Alexandria built in Egypt in 323BCE.
Lots of small ocean fish were painted on to match our Book Week theme, ‘Oceans of Stories’.
A boy & a girl were selected from each class for the best character dress-up and awarded Books and Vouchers.