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Category: Sue’s News

Walk to School!

On Friday, we held our Walk to School Breakfast. The CoPP Mayor, Dick Gross, and Catherine (Sustainable Transport)  were present and were encouraging everyone to continue walking, skateboarding, catching the tram etc to school. Many staff arrived at school early to...
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Seito Kai 2020

The process is well underway regarding the election of our 2020 Seito Kai (student leaders). Q&A sessions were held for all children in Year 5 during September. These sessions were led by the current Seito Kai and opportunity was given for all Year 5 children to...
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Working Bee Saturday!

The Year 5 children are well and truly in preparation mode for their Working Bee on Saturday the 9th of November (9 – 12pm). They have been planning their project, ‘The Harmony Hub’, for over a term and now it’s finally time to make their hard work a...
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Year 2 STEAM EXPO

The Year 2 STEAM Expo was a fabulous opportunity for our community to view and understand the problem solving, collaboration and design and construction undertaken by our children in the hope of creating a solution to a school/worldwide issue regarding nature,...
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Brilliant Billy Cart Derby!

Yesterday our Year 4 billy cart teams competed against each other to determine the top 4 fastest billy carts. The racing schedule included: 11:30-12:00 – endurance races, involving 4 laps of the race track 12:00 – obstacle races – a test of skill...
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Rett Syndrome Day

Our school gathered together at a special assembly to share with our beautiful Fleur the many pieces of artwork the children had made to highlight Rett Syndrome Awareness Day. The ‘Fleur Art Gallery’ was lovely to see, as each grade level’s piece was...
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Diwali ki Shubhkamnayein!

We wish all our Hindu families a very Happy Diwali! A couple of months ago one of our children, Mili B in Year 3 and her family talked to us about how they would like to share this very special time for their family with our community. Mr Rennie jumped on board and a...
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