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Well- Being News

Prepared by: Jack Walton & Nicky Taylor Interoception Update Your children have most probably been coming home from school, talking to you about their day and may have dropped Interoception into the conversation. Due to this, there could be some unanswered questions that you may have and leave you wondering

The Weekly Wrap – Term 3 Week 3 – 2020

It was pleasing to see school sports back in action last week and on Saturday morning.  Last Friday, our Sapsasa boys footy and girls netball teams competed in several matches, with the boys footy team winning one game and narrowly losing two others. The girls netball team had a clean

Updated Book Week News

We are excited to announce the new dates for Book Week. Traditionally Book Week is held in August Term 3. As we all know during these unprecedented times many events have been postponed. Good news! CBCA Book Week 2020 will now be held in October on the following dates: OCTOBER

Lost Property Information

Is your child missing any personal belongings, uniform items? We currently have quite a number of lost property items, especially jumpers. Please take a moment to: check out lost property for any items (clothing or containers) or contact the front office for smaller more personal things label belongings where possible

Virtual Cross Country Running

Virtual Cross Country is this Friday 5th June. A group of 90 enthusiastic and dedicated students  attended the first training last Friday lunch in preparation for their cross country run. 120 students have registered their interest to participate with trainings continuing this week at recess or lunch. This Friday students

COVID-19 Update #19

Dear Parents and Carers Staff have enjoyed reconnecting with students and families this week with an average attendance of approximately 75% learning at school with 25% learning at home. We have been very pleased with the manner in which students and families have engaged with remote learning, both at home

Year 7 to 8 Transition Information

As most families of year 7 students would be aware, the registration process for students starting High School in 2021 has changed.  From this year, the process has been automated to make it simpler, more streamlined and without the need for the old paper form (ED176). Year 7 students who