Cha Cha Side

Mrs Lynch’s class loved performing the Cha Cha Slide at lunchtime.

We performed a flashmob dance one day.

Cha Cha Slide by MLY and helpers from Bernadette Lynch on Vimeo.

It is really easy to learn the steps and the lyrics.

The whole school performed a flashmob at Bellaire PS one day.

Bellaire do the Cha Cha Slide! from Bellaire Primary School on Vimeo.

Watch the blog for your class’ performance.

Rewards Day

Congratulations on another fabulous term of learning in the Middle Department. 

Well done to everyone who achieved 100 Days of Attendance.

Tuesday will be Rewards Day for everyone who fits the following criteria:

1. You have completed a satisfactory record for the Home Reading Program.

2. You have attempted the Integrated Studies Projects.

3. You regularly completed your homework tasks from the grid.

4. You did not get a ‘white slip’ for bad behaviour in the yard.

5. Your behaviour in class helps to develop a great learning environment for all students.

We hope that 99% of all Middles will be able to participate.

The students who need to report to Mr Robinson will need to set goals for a Learning Improvement Plan so that they can participate next term.

The teachers will organise a variety of activities.

You may choose two activities.

Mrs Lynch is offering the dance class.

We will attempt to learn four dances.

The first dance is an old favourite called ‘The Cha Cha Slide’.

The second is another old favourite called ‘READ IT’!

Here are the words for us to learn.

The third dance is really popular this year but it is tricky.
Good Luck with Party Rock Anthem.

 Have a wonderful holiday.

Drop by the blog and practise all the dances.

The Cha Cha Slide

Let’s try a flashmob dance to finish off the term.
We might be able to get some other students involved.
The music is by DJ Casper.
I found the idea from MLU @ Bellaire PS. You can watch it from the link.
The whole school (Bellaire PS) got involved without teacher support.
It was a fantastic student lead activity.
Let’s practise and see if we can get some other kids involved at play times.

Leave a comment if you try the dance at home.
How can we learn to Cha Cha?