Out of this world!

National Simultaneous Storytime was literally out of this world! Our Prep to Year 4 students were ‘transported’ to the International Space Station with almost 2 million other students in Australia and in other parts of the world as they watched and listened to NASA astronaut Dr Shannon Walker read to them last week. ‘Give me … Continue reading Out of this world!

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Sharing Family Histories

Kindergarten students have been learning about the past and the present in their History Unit, Personal and Family History. Mrs Ward, Mrs Brown and Mr Walton made an exciting visit to  Kindergarten to share their personal stories and artefacts from the past. Mrs Ward showed us photos of herself as a child and talked about … Continue reading Sharing Family Histories

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Mothers’ Day Love

Mothers’ Day is always a wonderful opportunity for us to show our Mums that we love them. Every year we have a P&F Mothers’ Day Stall where our Primary students can carefully choose a beautifully wrapped gift to give their Mum on Mothers Day. This year we took the gifts, lovingly wrapped by our Year … Continue reading Mothers’ Day Love

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Cross Country

On your mark…get set…. GO!!! What an amazing day we had for our Cross Country Carnival last week. The sun was shining (but not too hot) the track was fast and the competitors were eager to set off! Well done to everyone who had a go, who ran with purpose, perseverance, courage and lots of … Continue reading Cross Country

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Learning about ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day is a significant day on our school calendar.  This year we commemorated ANZAC Day across our College as a meaningful message was given, the ‘Last Post’ played by Mr Coutts-Smith and we had a minute of silence. Year 2 students had a special lesson before ANZAC Day to learn about its significance and … Continue reading Learning about ANZAC Day

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Farewelling Eric, the friendliest Crossing Guard you’ll ever meet

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” – Dr Seuss It’s time to say farewell to one of the friendliest Crossing Guard/Lollipop People you will ever meet.  For 15 years Eric has smiled and waved at every car that has passed him by as he safely directs our students and their families across … Continue reading Farewelling Eric, the friendliest Crossing Guard you’ll ever meet

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Is Chapel Boring?

Who ever said Chapel had to be boring? They were wrong. Not content for a ‘traditional’ Chapel Service, our Chaplain Carol Ramsey has made room in our Chapel for fun, lots of fun. For a start, students (not teachers) take to the stage and grab the microphones to MC both our Middle School and Senior … Continue reading Is Chapel Boring?

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