As part of their science-based inquiry earlier this year, Tracey Muir of Nature Conservation Margaret River set our Year 6 students a challenging environmental task. They had to work collaboratively to explore possible threats and challenges faced by our Margaret River Water Catchment and then, more importantly, they had to propose solutions and possible courses […]
- Thank You to Our Volunteers!
A massive thank you to all our wonderful volunteers whose support makes so many programs possible at… Read More
- Glorious Kitchen Garden News from T14
Glorious Garden News The students in T14 have been very creative in their reporting on Garden. The… Read More
- Kitchen Creativity from T14
Summer Rice Paper Rolls On the first of November week 4 we made delicious summer rice paper rolls.… Read More
- MRPS - 2018 GO-KART RACE DAY!
We saw the planning and hard work that went into constructing the go-karts in our last post. Here y… Read More
- Kitchen Garden Open Day Information and Price List
Editor's Note: This is an updated post showing you the program for this special day with further det… Read More
The Kindies had a visit from Constable Murphy (last Friday and today) and learnt about the many ways in which police officers help us. The in-depth discussions included Constable Murphy reassuring the children he would do his best to protect them if a giant ant came crashing through Margaret River. Written and photos by Mel […]
This morning the entire school assembled in the undercover area to share with the rest of Australia in singing “One Song”. Students heard by video link from the songwriter and her vision of the song uniting people and bringing them together through the power of music. NSW Education Minister Simon Birmingham spoke about the power […]
The Kindies thoroughly enjoyed the awesome and hilarious show Lucus put on for NAIDOC Day. He used his music to entertain and educate, told anecdotes which had everyone in stitches and shared cultural understandings through musical instruments and song. But it was his inimitable style of self-deprecating humour and his obvious passion which shone through and […]
On Monday 22nd October the Year 5 students and the Year 6 students competed in their Faction Swimming Carnivals. This year it was decided to split the year levels across the day to alleviate previous congestion and noise level, and from all reports the new format worked brilliantly. The Year 5’s were first off the […]