Wednesday, 16 October 2019

WELCOME BACK TO TERM 4

Wow where has this year gone...sailing away so quickly. This term is a very busy one and we have hit the ground running.

Today and tomorrow the Year 6 students are out at Cycle Safety. Check out some of the photos below. 





Check out the wee video clip of Michael J, who at the beginning of last year could not ride a bike: 
LOOK AT HIM NOW


Our new student teacher has been teaching us some sigh language, and the students are picking it up very quickly. Can you sign your name, or even tach someone else some new words in Sign Language. 

Thursday, 26 September 2019

HAVE A GO DAY

Wow we we were so lucky with the weather on Tuesday, the rain held off until 3:00pm so that we could complete our 5 rotations for Have A Go Day. This helped to fill up our ways of well being: we were all out there learning, being active and making connections.











MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK

This week is Mental Health Awareness week. We were lucky enough on Monday to have UC students come in and work with us on an AMBLE: 

We moved around different activities that promoted the FIVE WAYS OF WELL BEING:

  • GIVE: your time, your words, your presence
  • BE ACTIVE: Do what you can, Enjoy what you do, Move your mood
  • KEEP LEARNING: Embrace New Experiences, See Opportunities, Surprise Yourself
  • CONNECT: Talk & Listen, Be There, Feel Connected
  • TAKE NOTICE: Remember the simple things that give you joy. 



WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO HELP YOUR MENTAL HEALTH: 



CHECK OUT THE Colouring competition

Monday, 23 September 2019

INTERNATIONAL FOOD FESTIVAL

WOW WEE

What an awesome night we all had on Friday night. The weather played its part and we had so many people turn up. Well done to all of our fantastic performers. You were amazing. 




















Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Cultural Day

Huge Thanks to Kirsten and her team for the fantastic organisation of this years Cultural Day. 




Check out some of the awesome concert






Sunday, 15 September 2019

CULTURAL WEEK

CULTURAL WEEK is this week and what a huge amount of organisation has gone into it from a number of teachers, mainly Kirsten and her ESOL team. There has been a lot of messages about this. 

TUEDAY is Cultural Day. This is when the children dress up in their national dress. We also have a huge parade. Please do come along and join in, it is so much fun.

THURSDAY: Bake Sale Items may be bought into school for the sale on Friday evening. 

FRIDAY : Please see poster below.