that is happening. I have created a petition for the school to
sign. We will post it to the government hoping to convince them
not to turn it into a coal mine and a ship highway.
|Broulee Public School||
Don't listen to what people say
Watch what they do.
Reports - School mid-year reports will be sent home later this week. Staff are always happy to discuss your child's progress with you, so please don't hesitate to make an appointment to follow up on any aspect of your child's learning with their class teacher.
NAIDOC Week - This week we will be celebrating NAIDOC Week with the 2016 theme of "Songlines". Songlines are intricate Aboriginal maps of land, sea and country. They describe travel and trade routes, the location of waterholes and the presence of food. In many cases, Songlines on the earth are mirrored by sky Songlines, which allowed Aboriginal people to navigate vast distances over country and waterways.
These Songlines are recorded in traditional songs, stories, dance and art. They carry significant spiritual and cultural connection to knowledge, customs, ceremony and Lore of many Aboriginal nations and Torres Strait Islander language groups.
Last Scoop for the term - this has been a busy term (what one isn't?) with lots of sporting competitions and athletics, as well as the more formal learning taking place. As we move towards the holiday period, I would like to wish you a wonderfully relaxing safe and happy holiday.
School will resume for students on Tuesday 19 July and we will will look forward to seeing you all back then.