Please read our special conditions of entry before visiting us. What is the nature of the contribution made by different groups and individuals in the community? They examine significant local, state and national symbols and emblems and celebrations and commemorations, both local and international. in groups, students select a national day and present arguments for it to be recognized as the most important national holiday in Australia. View a list of all our accounts. They have excellent imaginations and enjoy sharing their ideas in their writing. They may present their research as a role play. Explain how and why people in the past may have lived and behaved differently from today based on sources. Identify different points of view within an historical context. Stage 2 - space and geometry – angles In Stage 2, students need informal experiences of creating, identifying and describing a range of angles. We provide advice and support to all public libraries and local councils in NSW. Year 3. research  a range of  prominent local people or an important development or change in the local area and choose the most ‘significant’ and justify their choice. T��p�X�)�W�"r(�aA=똤���+9X�|EA�@1. Reasons for a particular historical development, eg journey of the First Fleet. sequence photographs of either their local area or early Sydney from the earliest to the most recent, based on evidence within the photo, justify their sequence referring to evidence within the photographs, complete sentences using historical terms such as colonial, in the olden days, in the past. God is caring and loves us. endstream endobj 240 0 obj <>/Metadata 10 0 R/PageLayout/OneColumn/Pages 237 0 R/StructTreeRoot 24 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 241 0 obj <>/Font<>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/Type/Page>> endobj 242 0 obj <>stream Jesus is God’s Son. 1/2W love STEM challenges, robotics, story time and dancing. Contact us. 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Breadcrumb navigation Back. 248 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[]/Index[239 17]/Info 238 0 R/Length 60/Prev 43108/Root 240 0 R/Size 256/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Jesus appeared to his friends after he rose from the dead- The Empty Tomb. Miss Judith Washburn. Justify their choice. All four art forms have their own learning experiences and outcomes for each stage from Early Stage 1 to Stage 3. This year, Stage 2 is organised into six classes - 3C, 3H, 3LG, 4J, 4R and 4SB. The importance of an event, development or individual/group. S2A. HT-2-1: identifies celebrations and commemorations of significance in Australia and the world. This will lead to an appreciation of the need for a formal unit to measure angles. How and why do people choose to remember significant events of the past? Respond, read and write to show understanding of historical matters. h��TMo�0�+:n The NSW Creative Arts K-6 Syllabus involves the four art forms of dance, drama, music and visual arts. They locate three different sources and explain what they may tell us. For suggested attribution, see our copyright page. %%EOF Magic, Surveyors Creeks Public School Texts. Mrs Paula Anderson. S2B. You are free to copy, distribute, remix and build upon this content as long as you credit the author and the State Library of NSW as the source. %PDF-1.5 %���� Stage 2 content and outcomes for the K–10 syllabuses on the NSW Syllabuses site. What features have been lost and what features have been retained? Locate relevant information from sources provided, using three different sources (a painting, old newspaper account, letter, artifact, building or photograph) describe an historical event or place within the local area. construct a narrative on their chosen local area topic and present a brief overview either orally, graphically or written. 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Students receive academic, special and sports awards. design an emblem representing their school or local area and explain the individual symbols represented. select an area of local life such as education, transport, housing and locate three sources that provide relevant information. The high school itself is broken into 2 parts: A and B. View our most recent social media posts Key Stage 2 fits the later stage of primary education, often known as junior schools. endstream endobj startxref What evidence is left? Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies. A program is all of the documents involved in the overall planning for each language and Stage/year that you teach. For more information, download: Stage 2 proforma (DOCX 65KB) Stage 2 content (DOCX 1281KB) Literary devices (DOCX 68KB) Concept examples (DOCX 14KB) Students explore the historical features and diversity of their community. Stage Supervisor. Year 2. Search >Enter your search. They examine significant local, state and national symbols and emblems and celebrations and commemorations, both local and international. Submit search. after listening to the Aboriginal guest speaker, students describe their relationship to the local area from an Aboriginal point of view. Stage 2; Stage 3; Science and technology. Students can develop an understanding of reasons why events or developments in the past produced later actions, results or effects. The importance and meaning of national commemorations and celebrations and the importance of a person or event. Mrs Dyan Toledano. examine various sources of information on ethnic groups in the local area and construct a pie graph or other visual representation of the local population. Students develop an understanding of another’s views, life and decisions made. HT-2-2: describes and explains how significant individuals, groups and events contributed to changes in the local community over time. God is the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Stage 2 classes and teachers work collaboratively to achieve shared outcomes. In Stage 2, Community and Remembrance provides a study of identity and diversity in both a local and broader context. Mrs Stephanie Coard invite a local Aboriginal speaker to tell of the Aboriginal history of the local area. examine a range of sources from the local area (paintings, photographs, Aboriginal sites, old buildings) and in two columns record changes in the local area and aspects that have remained the same. Throughout the content, the relevant historical skills and concepts should be taught. CambridgeMATHS NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum Year 10 Stage 5.1/5.2 CambridgeMATHS NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum Year 10 Stage 5.1/5.2/5.3 Do not show this again.