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NAIDOC Week 2022
Presentation Assembly 13th June, 2022
This week’s Presentation assembly was live this week. We filmed the assembly and have uploaded it here for your viewing. Thank you to Room 3.
Fancy Hat Parade 2022
Yesterday, we held our Fancy Hat Parade. Thank you to everyone who created some amazing hats.
Presentation Assembly 21st March, 2022
Congratulations to Room 4 for a fabulous assembly. And a special congratulations to all our Merit Certificate Winners. Photos will be posted soon of the winners with their certificates.
Merit Certificate Winners ~ Congratulations!
Each week, five of our students head off to Horse Riding. This week was their first week forf 2022. Mrs Burke wwent with them and remarked how it wass fabulous seeing all their smiling faces. They had such a great time.
Presentation Assembly 21st February, 2022
Today we held the first Presentation Assembly for 2022. Thank you to Room 10 for your important messages about being SMART. Along with Merit Certificates, Badges were awarded to the new Student Councillors, Faction Leaders, Class Representatives and Head Boy and Girl. Congratulations to everyone who received badges and certificates today. The Aussie of the Month is Elise Garlett. Here is the video of the Assembly for you all to enjoy.
Bunnings Visit 2021
Students in the Junior Primary got crafty last week with a visit from Bunnings. There was a lot of hammering and banging with no students (or staff) getting hurt! Thank you to Jane Parkinson-Jose and Hayley Neilson from Bunnings for being so patient with our kids and providing an awesome activity.
Last Thursday, we were lucky enough to have a visit from Goomlamwiin and Aboriginal Cultural group from Mandurah. Kerry and Trevor spent the morning with students from Pre Primary – Year 6, telling some stories and workiing on an art piece for each group. It was a great morning with Trevor providing the Welcome to Country for each group and singing a traditional song related to Kings Park. The kids were all capitvated by the stories and created some awesome art work. We will definitely be inviting them back next year for more opportutnities for our students to learn a more about the Aboriginal histories and cultures.
Last weekend we had our 50th Anniversary Fete – it was a great turn out from the entire community. We had a great day and I am sure everyone who attended did as well. Thank you to Mrs McGlenchy for organising such a fabulous event.