Blog 28, 2020

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to all our students and families for a big Term 4!

I trust you all had a wonderful break and you are ready for lots of learning.

I have loved seeing everybody back at school and look forward to seeing you all progress.


Kindy Carnival

Well done to our amazing Kindy students for completimg their very first carnival! A huge thank you to Mr Bird and Mr Higgs for organising and carrying out such a successful event. No doubt our Kindy kids will be buzzying from it over the weekend. Thank you to our year 6 leaders who helped out during the event, it’s always nice to see the dynamic between our upper and lower years as they work towards a common goal.

Enjoy the below photos captured from the event.

Dance Sport

DanceSport is back for Pre-Primary to Year 6 students this term. It will be a 5 week program commencing Tuesday 27 October (Week 3) and concluding Tuesday 24 November (Week 7). Sessions will be 30 minutes duration. Cost per student will be $20.

More information and permission forms to follow.


Book Week Challenge

This Book Week our Librarian is running a 40 Book Challenge and a Book Week Scavenger Hunt to encourage more reading with our students.

Challenges will run until Friday Week 8 and students who complete a challenge/hunt will go in the draw to win prizes. Forms will be given to teachers for students to take home, so be on the look out! Prizes include a surprise book and a Book Club Voucher worth $50!

Book Club will also be starting in the Library at lunch time from Monday Week 2 onwards, students are welcome and encouraged to join the club. Mrs Knudsen will be reading The Magic Faraway Tree on Fridays, Mrs Bosma will read a new series, The Anti-Princess Club on Monday, and Mrs Mladenovic will be reading a new series, History Mysteries. Thank to your wonderful Librarian and staff members for organising and helping out with the Book Club.


Golden Bag Award

Congratulations to TH2 and ST4 for taking out the Golden Bag Award this week. This prize is given to one class in our upper and lower primary who have the tidiest bag rack for the week. This initiative was put together to encourage and teach our students the importance of maintaining a tiy and clean bag area.