Remembrance Day

These are some of the feelings, themes, and issues that this art conveys to us.  We’d love to hear your thoughts as well!  Please leave us a comment!

“This work of art makes me feel like we should never forget!  The theme that I see in this piece of art is heroism and bravery because there is a poppy on the art.”  By Sarah



“This work of art feels like peace and sadness. This work of art feels like hope and bravery. This work of art feels like Remembrance.” By Promothan


“When I look at this art I feel like everything is gone because of the background and war just ended. I look at this work of art and the themes are tragedy because of all the women, men, and animals dying in war. When I look at this work of art I think one day maybe a bomb will drop down in the fields and all the tall buildings will be gone.” By Allison


“This work of art makes me feel the sunset. This work of art makes me happy and remember that we have peace. The issue is that we need to remember to have peace.” By Sheri


These works of art shows me that there is still peace on earth because there are still poppies alive. I feel calm seeing this art and quiet and peaceful. The theme is remembrance to remember the soldiers who fought for us.” By Mouaz

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Eco Artists

SIB Students Become Eco Artists at The Arboretum

Keshav   M reporter

”Get some sticks” said Imran and Pramotham from Mrs.Muller grade 4 class. Mrs.Muller’s  grade 4 class had become Eco Artists at the Arboretum center. Once they got there they got in to groups and off they went to their habitats.  They visited The Wetlands, The Woodlands, The Art Garden, and The Grasslands.  At each of these habitats the boys and girls explored the creatures that lived there.   For example students found snails, a leech, stink bugs, and a stickleback fish just to name a few.   In The Woodlands the Grade 4 students made art with the environment.  In conclusion it was a educational and exciting field trip!


The Three Homes


Wolfy’s Hideout

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Mrs. Muller’s class helps the environment

Elise, Roving Reporter

Tuesday October 11 2016
SIR ISAAC BROCK PUBLIC SCHOOL – Mrs. Muller’s grade 4 class was shocked to hear that we were …… MAKEING THEIR  OWN BIRDFEEDERS!! So that day they got to work. The big sounds of the drill, scissors, glue, and more. Mrs. Muller’s class felt great because the cold weather is coming soon and that is the time of year when the birds need lots of food Isn’t really around. Then the day came about a week after that they hung there birdfeeders.  When they  hung them and  on are way in Miah said  ” wow I can’t wight to  see all the birds to come to our bird feeders”!! Moving on to something that happened was … if you read our news our classroom pet hamster Harriet, the little thing managed to push off her running weel and piled all of her bedding to on pile of the cage the class was surprised anyways that is all the time that we have and we will see you for the next roving reporter. BYE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Terry Fox Journey

Abby, Roving Reporter

Friday, October 7th,  2016

This was an interesting week of grade 4 as they continued their hard  work to make the Terry Fox Assembly a success! In the first part they said some speeches about Terry Fox.  Bennett said “I felt good when it was over!” They also sang a beautiful song about Terry Fox. They all sung it with emotion and then they got to lead the school in the Terry Fox Run.  Sir Isaac Brock School razed 750$ for The Terry Fox Foundation and cancer research.  What have you done to support Terry’s Dream for a cancer cure?

They also made up little play from a story and tried to put the chapters them in order.  Some of them were silly and some were not.  They had some great plays.  Sarah said, “I felt nervous and happy during our performance.”

Thanks for listening!

This the roving reporter signing off!!!


Class reporter

Ally, Roving Reporter

Fri Sept 25, 2016

This week in Mrs. Muller’s Grade 4 class many activities took place including hiding a geocash and watching their monarch caterpillars become butterflies !  The class hid a geo cash! They went to an earthy place and had some fun! The students enjoyed nature and looked for habitats! Later they hid the geo cash  in a top secret spot!  Miah, an avid geo cacher said, “It was a good adventure because we got to go outside, see nature, and hide our own geocache.”  Later on the Grade 4’s found out their caterpillar came out of its chrysalis!  They took a couple pictures and admired how beautiful  she was! Then they let her go in the green space!  Paige remarked, “It was such a beautiful thing to see!”


The best first two weeks of school ever have just finished!

Mrs. Muller’s Roving Reporters                                                                                                                        Friday, September, 16th, 2016.

Sir Isaac Brock Public School ~ The Grade 4 students in Mrs. Muller’s class at Sir Isaac Brock P.S. are extremely happy about how the first two weeks have gone.  They are so excited about their class pet named Harriet the hamster, the monarch caterpillars that are now chrysalises, the 1 km challenge, and the annual Friendship Friday event has also kept the excitement going.

The students in Mrs. Muller’s class will learn how to be responsible pet owners by taking turns to care for Harriet and also bring her home for the weekend.  They are getting more conditioned too by running a 1 km route each morning on their playground.  Friendship Friday was a hit as always as the students searched for friends who could unlock their doors.

“Running the 1 km every morning makes me feel pumped up to be doing more exercise,” said Imran in Mrs. Muller’s Class adding that he is training to join the cross-country team.

Little Lost Bird


This sweet wee baby bird was found on the ground just outside of Victoria Road Animal Hospital.  The kind people who work at the clinic did their best to find it’s nest but unfortunately they were unsuccessful.  For a few days  they took great care of the little guy by giving him a box and towel nest and feeding him through a syringe every 30 minutes or so.  The team tried to find a refuge nearby to bring the starling to be nursed through his terrible ordeal and then to be released back to his natural environment.  Unfortunately every refuge is brimming with animals in need.  The closest facility that was able to take him in was an hour and a half away near Jarvis Ontario and the Great Lake Eerie!  Everyone was too busy at the clinic to take the bird and so Mrs. Muller offered to go.  It was quite a road trip for the little guy having to stop every 20 minutes or so to be fed.   He is now in the caring hands of the people at The Hobbitsee Wildlife Refuge.  We are hoping to hear about how is doing soon!


We have been learning about all the ways  that make a family …a family!  It’s important to know that everyone is different and different is AWESOME!  We enjoyed listening to Who’s In MY Family a story that describes all kinds of families.  Who’s in YOUR family?

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Work, excitement, more work, team work, and a long list of activities is what our Fall has been all about!  These photos highlight just a few of our Fall events in Grade 3/4.  I’m so proud of each and everyone of you!  Let’s keep striving to reach all of our goals!  Only 3 full months left to go!  I know you all can succeed!

Week 5 Blogging Challenge

An important part of blogging as part of a global community is learning more about each others’ culture.  Food is often one of the first things you notice when visiting another country.

This week we’re going to learn more about each others’ culture by sharing stories about food popular in our country or asking other participants questions about food in their country.

Visit Inside Scoops Taco Tuesday post to learn what their students eat for lunch.  Leave a comment on Taco Tuesday post to let them know what we eat for school lunches here at SIB or write a post to share what school lunches are like where we live.