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16/04/18

Term 1 Working bee

During excellent weather conditions we held our first working bee on Sunday 25th of March. Once again there were many keen parents, children and teachers, many from Grade 1 and 2, who donated their time and energy in an atmosphere of fun, cooperation and community spirit. Our generous parents worked away at various tasks while […]

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20/02/18

Old and new decks

Gene Blackley took on the immense task to give our old tired looking decks a facelift and started oiling the Sakura deck last year. He just finished the Shiawase entrance deck to the library, you might have noticed him wearing one of our beautiful red school hats after school and on weekends! The deck looks absolutely […]

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Sue Higgins

30/01/18

Building and Grounds Works Update

Over the Christmas holidays considerable building and grounds works were undertaken. We had hoped that all works would have been completed by the time school commenced, but alas, this was not the case. I would like to acknowledge the considerable time Dave Lister spent at school overseeing the works. He has been an immense support. I would also […]

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Sue Higgins

26/11/17

Accessible Building Works to Begin – 27 November!

Accessible Buildings Fund Up-date Next Monday, the 27th of November, work will start on our Accessible Buildings Fund grant. Initially all areas will have to be fenced off for the safety of our children, staff and community. The areas are: Manabi/Sakura decking: These include the main entrance door to Manabi, 1J, 2C, 2A and 1R […]

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Sue Higgins

05/08/17

Extraordinary Working Bee!

It was an incredible Working Bee today and luck was on our side with the weather. Many Year 4 families came along and rolled up their sleeves! We also had other families and many staff who came along to show support!  The following tasks were undertaken: We extended the log barrier along the side of the oval and dug trenches to secure […]

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Sue Higgins

11/06/17

We have listened!

Late in 2016 we asked our community – students, parents and staff for input into the development of our 2017-2020 Masterplan. Based on the enormous amount of data we received, we developed a ‘Lessons Learnt’ and ‘Action Items’ list and identified 3 major areas for improvement that we were able to action: Toilets Oval East side of […]

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Sue Higgins

28/05/17

WOW – What a Super Working Bee!

Today we had an incredible Working Bee with many of our Year 2 families participating. We were also fortunate to have numerous other families pitching in! The sense of community put a smile on the faces of everyone! An enormous THANK YOU to all who came along to help spruce up our school. We had preschoolers through […]

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Sue Higgins

20/03/17

An ENORMOUS Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who came to Working Bee on Saturday to support our school and to make it sparkle and shine! It was a magnificent day where the toddlers, little ones, parents, grandparents and staff worked side by side and achieved a great deal. A special thank you to Anabel Herr for organizing the […]

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Sue Higgins

10/03/17

First Working Bee for the Year!

We have a Working Bee on Saturday the 18th of March and we would LOVE your support. This is an opportunity for you to help make a difference to your child’s school. The more people we can gather the lighter the workload. It is an opportunity to not only tidy and spruce up our school but […]

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Sue Higgins

19/11/16

Our Precious Oval

Our school’s oval is loved by all. This is something we have always known. The love of our oval was reinforced at our community masterplan sessions where tremendous feedback was received from all community members: children, parents/carers and staff. We have hundreds of children playing on it daily, it is used by the greater public during weekends, and […]

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