In the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program at Margaret River Primary School, we get to spend time in the garden and cook in the kitchen together. We grow a variety of fruits, vegetables and fresh greens including Lettuce, Kale, and Beetroot. We don’t like to use chemicals like pesticides on our plant, and so we […]
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- Bee-Bop-a-Lula Award
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Bee-Bop-a-Lula Award Video Clip from MRPS on Vimeo. And the Bee-Bop-a-Lula Award for this week goes to… YEAR 2 – T6 Ms Hel Bel and Bob Bo said it was for working wonderfully together to find out about ostinatoes using INCREDIBOX and creating your own conposition. You are luscious! Clip and posted by D. […]
The undercover area was the scene of much percussion music-making when Zeeko performed on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. This was a valuable part of Ms Helen’s music program and it lived up to expectations. The promo said that Zeeko perform “songs of ocean, air and earth” and that they want students to “explore a […]
Our canteen has gone digital! They are now QuickCliq members and you can benefit by registering and using this digital tool to order food for your child easily from home. Gone is the need for the last minute dash to the canteen before school to fill in a brown paper bag order and make sure […]
“If music be the food of … life, play on (sorry Shakespeare), This photo encapsulates two key programs run at Margaret River Primary School: the Music Program and the Kitchen Garden Program. Our Year 4 and 5 student journalists keep us updated regularly on the happenings in the garden and what they’ve cooked up in the kitchen, […]