Andreah Jessop, Brendan Mizzi, Callie Evans-Coppin, Darnell Nye, Rhiannon Megee, Bailey Pearson-Perryman, Tasman Simons, Summer Bradshaw, Skye Wildman, Aidan Jay, Nathan Megee, William Reid
Broulee Vacation Care News – July School Holidays 2013
VACATION CARE BOOKING NOW
The Vacation Care will be OPEN for 2 weeks of the July school holidays.
Dates: Mon 01 July to Fri 12 July
OPEN for bookings now - come and see us @ the Broulee School Arts Centre or call 0410516956 for an Information Pack to be posted or pick one up from your school office. Child Care Benefit is available. Ring Centrelink on 136150 to link your children to this service ASAP if you are a new enrolment.
Service Provider: Vac/Care: 407259020H A.S.C: 407256614X
To request a pack by E-mail write to: email@example.com
ESC Vacation Care
Enrol now for some ‘seriously fun’ Vacation Care.
Bookings for Vacation Care are currently being taken for the July School Holidays. As we will be operating with a maximum of 30 children is highly recommended that bookings are made as early as possible during Bookings Week.
Vacation Care activities provide options for both active and quiet interests. Serious fun includes bike and scooter days, cooking, pottery, drama, film making, bush walking, excursions, movie days, kite making/flying, design and construction days, silly competitions, arts and crafts, parties, and cubbies. Children are encouraged to participate and share their ideas, make new friends and have fun.
Vacation Care is available from 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday with a range of ‘seriously fun’ activities for children aged 5-12 years in three locations in the shire at Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma.
Call us now on 44741000 for further information. The ‘OOSH’ button is now available on Council’s website www.esc.nsw.gov.au for you to download the Program and Booking Form.
LONGRIDGE RIDING SCHOOL
Dunns Creek Rd, Malua Bay
‘Introduction to Horses’
Pre-riding class suitable for primary school aged children wanting to learn about handling, catching and caring for horses as well as general horse sense and safety, with our trained horses and an experienced and qualified instructor.
1.5 hour classes running on Tuesday or Thursday during the July holidays. Cost $25 per child (Groups of 4)
Private and group riding lessons also available throughout the holidays
Enquiries and bookings ring Sue Feeney on 0435765591 AH
School Holiday Fun @ your LIBRARY
Step into the world of Graeme Base at your Eurobodalla library these school holidays. His books appeal to a wide age range and often include puzzles and mysteries to be solved. School aged children are invited to decode hieroglyphs to solve a fishy problem, create a fancy dress animal mask Eleventh Hour style, search for hidden animals around a waterhole, create an original truck dog and other Graeme Based activities.
Batemans Bay Library
Wednesday 3 July, 10.30am – 12pm T 4472 5850
Wednesday 3 July, 10.30am – 12pm T 4474 1333
Wednesday 10 July, 2.30pm-4.00pm T 4476 1164
Winter Tennis Clinic
Next Generation Tennis will be hosting an intensive tennis development junior clinic these school holidays.
Drinks, racquets & accessories available. Please provide snacks, water & and Slip Slop Slap!
For information & bookings please contact your local tennis pro Richard Sellick on 0414 753 941 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Zookidz Holiday Workshops – July 2013
For 6 to 12 year olds
Mogo Zoo’s Amazing Animal Workshops Are On Again!
During the July School Holidays, children have the opportunity to get up close & personal with some of the planet’s most incredible creatures.
Workshops run from 9am until 12noon.
Cost is $35 per child which includes a bag of goodies. Children will need to bring their own snack and drink for morning tea.
Phone (02) 4474 4930 to make your booking.
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held around Australia to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life.
Although NAIDOC week is generally celebrated from 7 to 14 July, we will l be celebrating NAIDOC Week during this week.
This year’s theme - We value the vision: Yirrkala Bark Petitions 1963 celebrates and values the foresight, strength and determination of the Yolngu people who set into motion a long process of legislative and constitutional reforms for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The petitions are an important part of our history as they were the first traditional documents recognised by the Commonwealth Parliament and helped to shape acknowledgment of Aboriginal people and their land rights.
Our student groups will be presenting their work from NAIDOC Week on Friday afternoon at 1:40 pm and all families are welcome to attend.
Athletics Carnival - just as well we postponed our Athletics Carnival yesterday as the day was more conducive to a swimming carnival then athletics. We hope to run the carnival this Thursday (weather permitting) and if we are rained out again, we will need to run a shortened carnival on Friday morning, prior to our NAIDOC presentations.
Congratulations to our soccer team who won against Moruya PS last Friday. The boys will now go onto the next round of the PSSA competition.
This is the last week of term and I would like to wish all a safe and happy holiday. We look forward to your return on Tuesday 16 July. Please note there will be no Scoop during the first week back.
NAIDOC Week 2013, from 7–14 July, is an opportunity for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians to join together to recognise the valuable contribution Indigenous people have made to this country.
Indigenous Australians are encouraged to enter the 2013 National NAIDOC Poster Competition and nominate fellow community members to receive National NAIDOC Awards.
Indigenous artists can now start working on entries for the National NAIDOC Poster Competition which reflects this year’s NAIDOC theme. The winning entry attracts a $5000 cash prize and will feature on the 2013 National NAIDOC poster and be displayed across Australia in workplaces, schools and community organisations.
It is paradoxical that many
educators and parents still
differentiate between a time for
learning and a time for play without
seeing the vital connection between them
Leo F Buscagila
Autumn Rankin, Summer McGeachy, Campbell Padman, Heidi Woolridge
It was great to see some of our students using their skills so successfully when they videoed and then edited the raw footage from the recent performance of the "Southern Stars" ISER Ensemble.
This ensemble is an outstanding performance group made up of 46 highly talented students from Illawarra & South East Regional public High Schools and includes a full stage band, vocal ensemble and a dance troupe. This group raises the bar for student performance and are an inspiration for other students as well as being wonderful ambassadors for Public Education.
Congratulations to the members of the Ensemble and to our own boys Darcy Penkethman and Breandan McGee (5H) who took the footage and Julian Crosby and James Burnes (6C) who edited and spliced the videos together.