Grade 1: Morning on the Traidhos Farm

Today the Grade 1 students had another amazing experience as they visited the Traidhos farm to learn how to plough with a water buffalo! This is also connected to the Unit of Inquiry about essential roles within a community. Having had such a busy day yesterday with their show, and today being in the water and mud with the buffalo it is not surprising to see so many smiles on their faces. It is an excellent example of the unique opportunities our community has for Prem students.

Our thanks to Aj. Kate for organising their learning experiences in such a thoughtful, robust and joyful manner. Our thanks also to the Traidhos farm team and the teaching assistants who made this morning so educational and so much fun.

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