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Chris Borcek

27/05/18

Go Orange Day Disco Fundraiser!!!

Our school was once again a sea of orange as everyone got into the spirit of GO ORANGE Day! The event was to raise awareness of Prader Willi Syndrome. There were smiles everywhere with children and staff jamming to Jamal and Andrew’s Greatest Hits! Jamal, who is now in Year 5, has Prader-Willi Syndrome and […]

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Sue Higgins

27/05/18

Beautiful Hearts!

Our gorgeous  Asha, Poppy M. and Harper from Year 3 presented the Lort Smith Animal Hospital with a whopping $100.00 that they raised from holding their own lemonade stand. They were keen to raise money for a charity and the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in North Melbourne was the lucky recipient! It took the girls 2-3 weeks to develop […]

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Sustainability

21/05/18

TheirCare July Holiday Program 2/6 – 13/6

Good morning parents, Sending you all an email in regards to our upcoming holiday program July 2nd to July 13th.  Please see the attachment for an outline of what we have planned! Please note that our excursions on Wednesday 4th July – seeing the Incredibles 2 and Tuesday 10th July to Latitude, there will limited […]

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Sustainability

20/05/18

TheirCare newsletter – week 5

Good afternoon parents! Welcome to the week 5 newsletter! This week in BSC/ASC we have had creepy crawly week! All of our beautiful creatures we made attracted some redbacks outside King’s Hall which we gave a good spray on Thursday. Next week we have Carnival week!! Yep! We are bringing popcorn, party pies, frankfurt’s and […]

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Sue Higgins

14/05/18

School Arrangements for Tuesday 15 May 2018

School Arrangements for Tuesday 15 May 2018 Dear Parents, Tomorrow afternoon is Cher’s funeral and classes have been reassigned to enable staff to attend the service. Additional staff and 2  principal class members from neighbouring schools will be present to support our school. The support provided by DE&T, and particularly our network of schools, has been […]

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Sue Higgins

12/05/18

Happy Mothers’ Day to our Wonderful Mums and Special Carers!

Wishing every one of our precious Mums and carers the most wonderful Mothers’ Day on Sunday. Enjoy a delightful breakfast in bed and being pampered by your treasures! Thank you to Rhonda Glenfield and Janet Craven who organised the Mothers’ Day Stall and to the many Mums who helped sell the gorgeous items. Helpers included: Mia Cotchin, Berenice Parish, […]

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Sue Higgins

12/05/18

Birthdays are great!

Dear Parents, It is is absolutely optional whether or not parents decide to provide food to celebrate their child’s birthday. Approximately 40% of children bring some type of food to celebrate their birthdays with their class buddies. If you would like to provide something for your child we request the following: small cupcakes, honey joys or chocolate crackles […]

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Sue Higgins

12/05/18

Climbing needs to be safe!

We are aware that some children are climbing trees and are concerned that this may be unsafe in our school grounds, as often there are bluestone borders or asphalt directly beneath the trees. To enable our trees to grow strong and for our children to be safe, please speak to your children about climbing on […]

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Sue Higgins

11/05/18

Too early to school or being left too late!

Dear Parents, We would greatly appreciate your support in ensuring your child comes to school at the appropriate time, which is 8.45am. We have had several children being dropped off, or coming to school too early. It is cold, often wet and quite dark when some children are arriving at school. There is no one in the yard […]

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Sustainability

11/05/18

Please respect our school

In 2015 we built our Arbour to create a calm area for children, parents and the wider community to read, chat or just sit and enjoy our school. Recently, it has turned into a skateboard and scooter ramp. This causes severe damage to the wood and creates an OH&S risk. Please remind your children not […]

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