What is an Effective learner?


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 7, 2016

This is what our class said about an Effective Learners




Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Internet Safety | Posted on February 18, 2016

How can you be safe and responsible when online?

Responsible Citizens


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Chemical Science, Integrated Studies, Inventions | Posted on September 9, 2015


As part of this inquiry unit, “What’s the Matter?”, you are required to take action to show how you can be a responsible citizen so that you are playing an important part in looking after our planet earth and the environment. What action are you going to take to achieve this? What will you do to reduce the amount of rubbish that we’re adding to the landfills everyday? Save water in some way? Reducing pollution such as air pollution? 

What can you do to save the environment?

NOTE: You may want to do a bit of research before you write a comment.

Survey About YOU!


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Personal | Posted on August 11, 2015

Please click on the following link to complete a survey about you.

Make sure you have logged onto your google account first.


Lenten journey


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Religion | Posted on March 2, 2015

Your questions to Lent answered

by Joe Paprocki, National Consultant for Faith Formation at Loyola Press, provides simple answers to frequently asked questions about Lent

What are you giving up for Lent?

” I will spend less time playing my iPad, computer and watching YouTube videos” , says Chloe, Marcus and Emily.

“I will not tell lies”, says Jaslyn and Mya.

” I will give up chocolates and lollies”, says Dylan, Liam, Gurnika, Crystal, Maria, Thearith, Ivan, Michaela, Huy, Joshua and Nick.

“I will not eat McDonalds”, says Temujin.

“I will spend less time playing games”, says Liam, Damien, David, Marvin and Frawley.

“I will be nice to my brother”, says Naychi.

“I will stop eating chips”, says Christine.

“I will eat less food”, says Tevin.

” I will spend more time outside”, says Anthony.

“I will be good to my sister”, says Catherine.


About Me!


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 27, 2015

Me on PhotoPeach

Healthy Habits


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Integrated Studies | Posted on July 17, 2014


Welcome to term 3!

This term we will learning about healthy habits so that we can be healthy and stay healthy for the rest of our lives.

What do you do to be healthy? Please leave a comment.


Australia’s natural beauty


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on May 19, 2014

What are Australia’s natural beauty? Can you name the ones you know.


Habitats incursion


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on May 12, 2014

We had fun with our incursion “Habitats Under Threat”

Do you have a migration story?


Posted by Mr Hoang | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on April 1, 2014

Please share your story of how you came to Australia. It can also be about how your parents, grandparents or even great grandparents got here to this wonderful country that we call home. boatThis is my story

Because of the war that was happening in Vietnam in 1975, it led my family to escape my country in 1982 when I was only 7 years old. My grandfather had built a boat just like this one in the picture. We left at night when it was not so obvious to the police and if we were caught, our excuse was that we were going fishing. We manage to leave the coast of Vietnam but had no idea of where we were going. For three days, we were drifting on the sea waiting for the wind to pick up the sails. Our boat had 28 people all crammed underneath just like the picture below. We were really sea sick and everyone vomited. We were on  the sea for 10 days and during that time, we came across a pirate ship. They didn’t rob us like they usually do and even gave us some water. Soon after we came across a huge navy ship. They rescued us just in time as we were losing hope and running out of water and food. We had lived on rice and garlic for 10 days. The big ship took us to Malaysia and we went to the refugee camp in Bi Dong.



From there we were interviewed by people who worked for the government from different countries. Everyone wanted to go to America but you had to wait for a long time. If you wanted to go to Australia, you would be accepted straight away. So my family decided to go to Australia because life in the refugee camps were harsh and we didn’t want to wait to go to America. Soon after the Australian government granted us permanent residence and put us on a plane to fly to Australia.

I’m so glad that we have chosen to come to Australia because it really is a lucky country and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else in the world!

By Mr Hoang

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