Welcome to Room 5

Year 3/4

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My name is Michelle Ridout and I am the Year 3/4 teacher in Room 5. This is my first year at Wundowie Primary School and I am pleased to be joining this community. I am a local and love getting out and supporting my local horse riding club. 

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My philosophy of teaching is student focused learning. I strive to create a welcoming and supportive learning environment, where all students have the opportunity to learn and thrive. I focus on the needs of my students and provide all students with an opportunity to succeed. 

Tuesday is our specialist day, with Mr Cording taking the students out for: Sport, Health and Science. 

I look forward to sharing some of the amazing work we create through the 2022 school year. 

Helpful Links


Students use Studyladder in class to practice reading strategies, spelling and also maths concepts. Each student has their own login and has been assigned tasks by the teacher based on their ability level. 

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Typing is an integral part of today's society. It is becoming more and more important for students to be able to type at an acceptable rate. This sight doesn't require a login to access lessons and games. 

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Soundwaves is Wundowie Primary School's whole-school phonics and word-study program. It is designed to develop reading, spelling and writing skills. Your child can access the online games through a class code.

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Premier's Reading Challenge 2022

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Students are invited to uncover great mysteries from the wold of books and sign up for the Premier's Reading Challenge. The challenge is to log 12 or more book titles from May to 9th September 2022, and readers will go in the draw to win extraordinary prizes.

No matter where you are from, you can experience the jpy of reading and explore thousands of amazing stories

Term 2 2022

Abstract Art

We have been learning all about the aspects of abstract art. We looked at the famous artworks of Wassily Kandinsky, Jackson Pollock and Joan Mitchell. 

Here are some of the artworks we have started to create with oil pastels and water colour paint. Just wait to see the final product!!


Update! We have finished our amazing abstract inspired artworks. 


Reconciliation Week

On Thursday 2nd June, we participated in the annual Walk for Reconciliation. Showing our support by wearing yellow and chanting:


 All across the nation 

 Walking and talking 

 On Noongar Boodja

National Cultural Day

During this week, we also celebration national cultural day. Each classroom chose a country of interest and researched a traditional sport that would be taught to the whole school. 

Room 3- Traditional Japanese 

Room 4- Traditional Scottish

Room 5- Traditional Italian

Room 9- Traditional Filipino 

Room 12- Traditional Australian