Mock Lesson for CLP Print E-mail
Written by Rachel, Snowy River Campus Term 3 2013   

Today all the students from Numurkah went to the Orbost Primary School to do a mock lesson for our CLP.

We are going around to different schools in our local area and giving lessons about cyber-bullying to the Year 5’s and 6’s. We had a practise run today and it went really well. We started off a bit shaky because we were nervous and so were the kids but by the end it was going really well. We got more into it about half way through when the kids could have more of a say because we had split into smaller groups. At the end we told them all about Snowy and we just couldn’t shut up because we were so excited to be telling people about how amazing it’s been.

All in all, it was a great lesson and it will really benefit our CLP because we now know what to improve on when we’re at the schools in our local district.

Rachel - Numurkah SC


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