Scrambled Eggs with Chives by William


  • 16 free-range eggs.
  • 1/2 cup thickened cream
  • 24 slices day-old wholegrain bread
  • 50g butter, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons of chives finely chopped


  • Step 1

Using a whisk, whisk eggs and cream together in a large bowl for 2 minutes. Set aside until foam has settled.

  • Step 2

Meanwhile, preheat grill on high heat. Using a 9cm star cookie cutter, cut out 1 star from each bread slice. Place stars in a single layer on grill tray. Grill for 1 minute each side or until toasted. Keep warm until ready to serve.

  • Step 3

Heat a 28cm (base) non-stick frying pan over medium heat until hot. Add half the butter and swirl to coat pan base. As last of butter melts, add half the egg mixture. Cook for 1 1/2 minutes or until mixture starts to set. Using a spatula, push set egg towards centre of pan, tilting pan to allow uncooked egg to run over base. Cook for 2 minutes or until eggs form creamy curds. Stir in half the chives. Transfer to a plate.

  • Step 4

Wipe pan with paper towel. Repeat with remaining butter, egg mixture and chives. Season with salt and pepper and serve immediately with toast.


Sumatran Elephants (Library Program) by Grade 4R

This term Grade 4R has been listening to the audio story Running Wild by Michael Mopurgo in their library sessions with Mrs Radings.

This book is set in the Indonesian rainforest.  It is about a boy named Will who is saved from a tsunami by a very unusual elephant called Oona.  Will has to try and learn how to survive in the rainforest with the help of Oona.  Below is some information about Sumatran Elephants our students though they would share with you.

Sumatran Elephants are found in lowland forests close to rivers, although they may be found in hill forests on a seasonal basis.  Asian elephants are extremly socialble, forming groups of 6 to 7 related females that are led by the oldest female the matriach.

Here are some of the illustrations our students drew of the Sumatran elephant.