reclaim the Void A message to all the Weavers; ‘Well, collectively, we’ve done it! 3,000 rugs, and still collecting and counting!!! Thank you so much to all of you for being involved. I know not all of you got to completed rugs – but that’s ok. Collectively we did, and every little bit of intention, […]

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A ‘Power Clap’ for our Instrumental Music Students.

Bravissimo to everyone in the Instrumental Music Program for a wonderful concert which was an uplifting celebration of PHPS music. Our students moved through their pre-show nervousness to be thrilled by their achievements, and, thanks to our parents and friends in the audience, and the transformation of the gym to an evening recital venue, they

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Greetings wonderful Princes Hill parents, carers and families!

In Weeks 5 and 6 of this term, the students have continued with the units introduced in the last blog post. Week 7 is Reconciliation Week so we will be exploring Indigenous ways of science knowledge as part of our shared commitment to truth telling and celebrating tens of thousands of years of sustainable relationships

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Term 1 Italiano 3-4

In Italian the 3/4 students have listened to the story of “IL Piccolo Bruco Affamato” (The Very Hungry Caterpillar), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=de6l9lyAPMY. They have participated in collaborative action in class, sharing their knowledge of the story and focusing on the days of the week and numbers 1-10. Students then made mini booklets retelling the story. In small

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Visual Arts

The visual arts program is exploring installation art, beginning with an underlying focus on place-noticing and experimental & observational drawing. Students have been invited to slow down, notice and pay attention to their relations with place and multi-species. We are grateful to be learning from local Aboriginal knowledges, and place-noticing project; Out & About with

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