Kids Teaching Kids Part 2.

Arlene Yates
Warnbro Primary School

I asked each of our Team to record their thoughts after attending last week's KTK Conference.Katrina wrote:

On 13th September the YM Team attended a program Kids Teaching Kids. My favourite was the Eco-busters presentation by Meadow Springs PS. The least favourite was burning myself with the hot glue gun. Also that night we attended the gala dinner at the Galley Restaurant at the Mandurah Off Shore Fishing & Sailing Club. The best part was when I got Ms Riley up on the dance floor.

On the second day, my favourite was the haka at the start of the day. The mosquitoes that bit me were the least favourite! The first thing we did was go for a bush walk to find an eagle nest up in the trees. We also did activities & listened to stories. Morning tea & lunch were good too.

Cohen McL wrote:

When we were driving to Mandurah it was a bit scary with the older kids from Baldivis Secondary College. I thought everyone going to KTK were YM members! Turns out there were just a few YM schools. BSC call themselves the Green Team. When we got there we were split into groups. These were named after the Aboriginal seasons. Mine was Kambarang. The first activity I did was with Lakelands PS. We made mini greenhouses which we got to take home! We also went to the Hook Cafe & played games. After that we went & made keychains. Soon after we watched Baldivis SC perform.

On the second day, we headed to find a a white-bellied sea eagle's nest & learnt more about it. Then we were back in our groups, starting with a marvellous Noongar act. We painted a green house & made fences around small plants for protection.

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Justine (Your Move)

Thanks for the update guys - I like how every school seem to have a different name for their student team.

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