Due to some changes within our department we have had to change how our website is hosted. When you log onto the new site it will look different but it still contains all the old information as well as having the capacity to have new additional information.
The old site will automatically redirect you to our new site so we are still easy to find.
Many thanks to Isabelle Cameron who has spent many hours building our site but please remember it is still a working process and things will constantly be added. If you have a moment please log on and check out our calendar and the class blogs.
This Thursday we will be celebrating Harmony Day.
Harmony Day celebrates the inclusive nature of Australia and promotes a tolerant and culturally diverse society. It gives us a great opportunity to teach our students respect, fairness and to understand how people of different backgrounds and cultures live together in a happy inclusive country.
Each class has been learning a very simple dance and this Thursday we will celebrate with all the classes combining to perform the dance together as part of our assembly. As the colour orange is usually associated with Harmony Day each class will make and wear either a simple orange wrist band, head band or sash. These will be made in class and worn as part of the dance.
Parents are welcome to come along and watch.
Some parents are still looking for our old traditional "late note" when they bring their child to school after the bell has gone in the morning. This process has now changed. When students arrive late parents just need to speak to Mrs Mealy in the front office and she will mark them late on the computer. A note is then automatically generated and the student takes this note to the class teacher.
Beau Harvey, Jake Lyttle and Harry Phillips have been selected in the district soccer team.
Brodie White, Heidi Woolridge, Jaylah Hancock-Cameron, Mallee Smith and Briony Floreani who were selected in the district netball
Well done and good luck in the next round.