What’s on in Term 4
There are fantastic new reads in the Junior, Stage 3 and Senior Libraries available to all students currently, and students have been encouraged to borrow these during Library lessons and Wide Reading sessions.
There are some big projects happening in the Library spaces across the school this Term:
- K-4 Library: Stocktake in Week 8 (all books returned in Weeks 6-7)
- Stage 3 Library: Generifying in Week 7 (all books returned in Weeks 5-6)
- Reading Room: Clearance Days in Weeks 5 and 6
- Learning Commons: Updating all textbooks for new syllabus in 2024
Books and Bubbles
To bring our community together, the Inaburra parent and staff community are invited to come along to a casual and fun no-kids-around afternoon:
What: Books and Bubbles
Where: Stage 3 Learning Village
When: 4:00pm-5:00pm, Wednesday 1 November
Through the afternoon, there will be a chance to chat about all things literature (and non-literature), share and receive book recommendations, browse a pop-up bookshop as well as mingle and relax over some (non-alcoholic) bubbles and canapes. A mixture of popular and new release adult fiction and non-fiction titles will be selected and available on the day. Credit card payment will be accepted.
If you would like to bring along some books you’ve read and would love to share about or pass on to others, feel free! If you have an empty to-read list and want a good recommendation for what to read next, get ready to be inspired.
It is a free event but for catering purposes, please RSVP and claim a free ticket via Humanitix by Monday 23 October via this link: https://events.humanitix.com/books-and-bubbles
The bookshop will be run by The Best Little Bookshop in Town, with 10% off all RRP offered to all people purchasing on the day. Additionally, a 10% donation will be given to the Inaburra Libraries – so come along and buy a new read for yourself and support the school in the process!
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Mrs Emily You directly.
Inaburra Reading Challenge
The Reading Challenge has launched earlier this Term, with challenges running for Kindergarten, Years 1-2, Years 3-6 and Years 7-12 respectively. Each challenge level has somewhere between six to sixteen tasks to complete, and entries will be accepted until Term 4 Week 4 Friday 3rd November. Great prizes to be won!
A sneak peek of what this looks like (this is the Year 7-12 challenge):
KOALA Awards Update
These 20 students will be coming along to the KOALA Awards Ceremony on Thursday 2nd November to find out which books won in NSW/Australia:
- Lexi Chan 3G
- Toby Gurton 3G
- Ava Playle 3G
- Alina Wang 3B
- Harper Bourne 4W
- Matthew Demine 4W
- Willow Grover 4W
- Meisha Hughes 4W
- Emma Nicholls 4W
- Matilda May 4W
- Kelsey Streater 4A
- Amelia Walker 4W
- Airlie Wells 4W
- Nyah Fusedale 5H
- Christopher Miyakis 5C
- Zoe Rasmussen 5L
- Hannah Sorensen 5H
- Celine Gupta 6K
- Angelina Ibrahim 6R
- Sara Emily Marcincin 6B
Literary Family Fun
New questions to get you talking:
- What happened to Bruno Jenkins in the book The Witches?
- Who carved Pinocchio from wood?
- What animal appears on the crest of Slytherin?
- Luke Skywalker was trained by Yoda and who else?
- What name is given to a word formed from the same letters as another word, for example search from the word chaser?
Look out for the answers (and some new questions) in upcoming Newsletters.
Last Newsletter’s questions and answers:
- What was Dogman’s occupation?
- Who was Max Einstein’s hero in a book by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein?
- The Grisha are people with abilities to control the elements. What author created the Grishaverse?
- Who killed Macbeth?
- What group of people in Middle Earth had hairy feet?
1. Policeman/cop 2. Albert Einstein 3. Leigh Bardugo 4. Macduff 5. Hobbits
Mrs Emily You
K-12 Library Coordinator