Our School Captains have been busy these school holidays and created a special holiday episode of ACGN. Scripted and filmed entirely by the School Captains during their holidays – even the editing was taken over by them!
In this episode, our Captains share what they have been up to these holidays now restrictions are slowly being lifted and the weather is getting warmer.
What have you been up to these holidays? Share with us on our blog post or school Facebook page!
See you soon for Term 4!
Episode 6 shares some feedback we have received from students and teachers – we hope you feel that ACGN brightens your day as well! If it does, let us know by emailing Ms Huntly or giving your teacher a comment or video to pass onto the ACGN team. These will continue to be shared in other episodes!
We also showcase our Student Leaders who want to share some good spirits by declaring “Everything Is Awesome” and some Year 4 teachers and ES who demonstrate some very complicated dance steps!
Thanks for watching! And as always, stay safe and stay positive!
~ Your School Captains
Here it is – episode 5 of ACGN!
We couldn’t let this week finish without our dose of Aitken Creek Good News.
Has Aitken Creek Good News brightened your day or week? Let us know by sending us a short selfie video or even just a written comment explaining how ACGN brightens your day or makes you feel good. We will be featuring this feedback over the next few episodes – you could be on the next ACGN! (Send these through your teacher on Showbie – make sure you have your parents permission to send the video for privacy reasons)
Enjoy episode 5!
~ School Captains & Ms Huntly
Another week, another load of good news happening in our school community! The school captains share it all in our fourth episode of Aitken Creek Good News.
This week’s episode is a little longer than normal as we have some interesting happenings to share with you all, including an app designed by a Year 6 student and available for download and use via Google Play!
Please enjoy this week’s episode.
Ms Huntly and our School Captains