This term in Week 3 on Wednesday 2nd August, students from Years 3 to 6 are invited to take part in the annual Premier’s Spelling Bee Competition. This is a fun event that encourages students to engage with spelling and promotes improved literacy.
Parents and caregivers, we would love for you to come along and support your children on the day. Competitions are organised into two divisions and will run at the following times: Stage 3 (Years 5 and 6): Upper Hall, 11:40 am Stage 2 (Years 3 and 4): Upper Hall, 9:20 am
The winners and runners-up from each Stage will be presented with a certificate at our weekly assembly the following week, and then move onto the regional finals in September. Word lists are available on the Arts Unit website by using the link Premier’s Spelling Bee and the password riddle. Junior words begin at Level1 and go to Level 5. Senior words begin at Level 2 and go to Level 7.
We are celebrating Education Week on Thursday 3rd August, 2017.
Grandparents, parents and friends are invited to join us for this special occasion, beginning at 9.30am with an assembly under our COLA. We will be highlighting some of the fantastic creative and performing arts programs taking place in our school, with a showcase of performances from our school band, aerobics team, choir groups, public speakers and dance group.
After our performances, you are invited to join your children for a shared BYO picnic lunch and visit our student Art Gallery set up in the lower hall. A gold coin donation would be greatly appreciated to help support our creative and performing arts programs.
We look forward to celebrating and sharing this wonderful day with you.
Congratulations to Layla, Ember, Chloe, Eleanor and Ellen who were inducted into our Hall of Fame for Responsibility yesterday. It was a wonderful assembly and great to see so many families join us. Well done to our choirs for their performances and thank you to the Yadagi Boys group who helped us continue our NAIDOC celebrations.
Thank you to all the parents and family members who supported students by attending our assembly today.
Well done to all the students who worked hard, using their knowledge of the Solar System to create their very own planet and then sharing it in our film today. A big thank you to Oscar for his time, effort and creativity in putting it all together. Well done to Ember for her beautiful rendition of Life on Mars. You can watch the videos below.
Well done to all of our athletes who participated in events and games today at our annual Athletics Carnival. Thank you to all our wonderful parent helpers and supporters who came along. A huge thank you to Mr Slade for organising a fantastic day! Check out all the photos below.
Congratulations to all of our amazing public speakers who took part in the Speak Off competition this morning. It was a tough decision as there were so many fantastic speakers, however, Ember and Georgie were the overall winners. The girls will represent our school at Zone next term. Well done, everyone!
A huge thank you to our wonderful P&C for the Musica Viva visiting performances today. TaikOz were amazing and everyone had a fun time learning about Japanese music and instruments. Thank you to our amazing music teacher, Miss Hibbert for all her efforts leading up to Musica Viva.