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A Not-so-Random Act of Kindness

It all began with a single kind thought! Nickole Munyard (education assistant at our school) was watching Max Godden (our crossing man on Forrest Road) guide students over the crossing outside school in the midst of a winter rainstorm when she thought, “He should have somewhere to shelter from the rain inbetween crossings”. Being Nickole, […]

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Walk, Ride, Skate or Scooter to School…

Friday 18 May was National Walk to School Day.  Parents and students embraced this health initiative, arriving with their child and their efforts were acknowledged with stickers handed out at the school entrances to those who walked, rode, skated or scooted to school. Bus students, and those driven to school, were encouraged to complete a lap of the oval as they arrived. […]

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Kitchen Garden News – T5

In Kitchen class we made Fried Rice Lettuce Cups. Sarah showed us how to prepare all of the ingredients which required carefully cutting, slicing and chopping lots of different vegetables. She also impressed upon us the need to accurately measure the sauces and oils that would be needed. The most important thing to remember about making […]

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Unicorns Bring Message of Magic and Hope

Paula and Jodie (trained mental health workers) from the Unicorn Project visited the Year 3 classes to promote conversations and strategies around mental health and the need to support each other. The symbol of the unicorn allows students to remember to believe in hope, magic, dreams, possibilities and empowerment, all of which are an important […]

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