What a wonderful year
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Clonard eMagazine 2016

What a wonderful year

We have had some major changes this year with the move to our new offices, welcoming new members to our work family, creating lovely new books with our amazing new printer and many upgrades to our Foundation Phase curriculum.  We hope that your year at home with your kids has been consistent and enjoyable.  With the end of the year just around the corner, it is time for our annual school eMagazine and this year is our second issue.  Without further ado we present creations and achievements from some of the wonderful Clonard students.

Mia Hodgkinson, grade R
Grade R and 1 Balfour homeschooling learners and their projects.
Once upon a time, far off in the jungle, Beardliz lived.
He was called Beardliz because he had a pet lizard and was the only man in the jungle to have a long beard.
His pet lizard (named beera) was very friendly and scary.
Beardliz  was turning into a kudu,
He really was happy to be a kudu.
He had a brown stick that sparkled purple.
He always wore lots of bags and sparkly things.
He always carried 1 small musical instrument.
He played music all the time, so people liked calling him Musukud because he was turning into a kudu and he loved music.
He loved beer as well so that why he named his lizard Beera.
he drank extra beer towards the last days being a human.
He lived happily as a kudu and beera lived happily too!

Rukaya Mohammad, grade 3
Yuneid and Johnathan, grade 5, with their Solar System project (complete with shining sun).
Twin brothers Joshua and Connor Belter in grade 4 have received their orange belts in mixed martial arts.
M. Alli Adam, grade 4
Robo the Robot and Carleigh Gabriels, grade R
Asmita Rambirich, grade 3, planting flowers on Spring Day.
Amman Bayat is in grade 1 and these are some the projects that he completed this year.
Field trip to Howick falls
Kairav Appalraju, grade 3
Zahara Bhana, grade 1, dressed as The Mad Hatter for her Ballet prize giving where she won three awards including the award for Personality. 
Yunara, Shen, Rayssa, Samuel, Johnathan and Xandre watching their volcano project erupt.
Juwairiah Gangat in grade 6 constructs creative and well-made rooms and accessories from recycled materials for her dolls.
Dominic Harris in grade 1 and his sister Lucy thoroughly enjoy being homeschooled by their mom.
Kairav Appalraju, grade 3
Some of the stalls from Ilmun Naafiah Tuition Centre's annual market day.
Students from Blue Bottle School in Mozambique celebrating Children's Day.
Thank you to each and every one of the Clonard students, parents and tutors for your submissions. As much as we would love to include them all, there simply isn't enough space to contain all the 'wonderfulness' that is you. If you didn't see your submission in the magazine, keep an eye on our Facebook page where we will post some more.
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