Week 3 Catch-Up!

What a busy few weeks it has been in the 5/6 Neighbourhood.  Read about what we’ve been doing! Interschool Sport Inter School Sport started this week, with students playing the winter sports of Tee Ball, Soccer, Basketball, AFL, and Netball. It was a good chance to meet up with other local schools and participate in

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Literature Circles

  Over the past 6 weeks, students have been engaging with Literature circles during learning time.  In Literature Circles, students gather in small groups to discuss a common text. Students are assigned chapters and roles on a weekly basis and then once a week come together to share their findings. Literature Circles provide a way for

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Welcome Picnic

Welcome Picnic All school families are invited to the annual family Welcome Picnic, next Friday 15th March on the big oval at school. It will run from 6:00-8:00pm. Bring your own dinner and drinks. The picnic is run by parent volunteers (not by the school), so to make it run smoothly, please remember: 1.         Children can only

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Google Classroom

  Last week the students were reacquainted with Google Classroom. Google Classroom is part of G-Suite for education – which also includes Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms.  It provides an online platform for teachers to share resources, set tasks, give feedback and also collaborate in real time with students. By using google classroom, students

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Junior School Sports Day

Hi All, The Junior School Sport Day is on tomorrow. Please ensure that your child comes to school with their hat and the right footwear to be participating in a sports day Students are encouraged to come to school dressed in their house colours. Your child will be able to tell you their house colour,

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Indigenous Book Swap

  Next Wednesday the 21st November, the school will be holding their annual Book Swap. The book swap is a fantastic way to celebrate reading in our local community, and raise much-needed funds for remote Indigenous communities. The idea is to swap a favourite book in exchange for another, for a gold coin donation. Last year,

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2019 BYOD Program

Good Afternoon Year 2 Parents, 2019 is coming around fast!  Please find attached a copy of our Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) information booklet for 2019. Parents are encouraged to read the booklet (click on the picture below) and attend the information session on TUESDAY 27th November at 6pm in the 3/4 neighbourhood. Any questions,

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