U10 Soccer Carnival

Another icy night down at Bowker Street last night with our last carnival for the season. This time we had our U10 team playing, with a mix of our year 3/4 students. It was a tough night but they played hard and had a lot of fun. Special thanks go

Languages Alive!

LANGUAGES ALIVE! Registrations for the September/October Languages Alive! holiday programs are now live on the Ticketebo website. As part of the government’s Languages in Schools initiative, the School of Languages has expanded the across-sector R-7 Languages Alive!program. The September/October 2020 program will provide students with interactive language learning opportunities in a range of languages,

The Weekly Wrap – Term 3 Week 6 – 2020

Thank you for taking the time to read through this week’s weekly wrap to keep up to date with current school happenings. This week marks School Service Officers (SSO) Week on our school calendar, where we acknowledge and thank our administration and learning support teams for their ongoing contributions and

Term 3 Sapsasa Sports Update

This term we entered 3 teams in the Statewide Schools Competition formally known as Sapsasa Knockout sports. The boys football team played in the first round games playing 3 games of football in a round robin competition, winning 1 and losing 2.  The boys netball team also played a round

Collection of Lost Property

Is your child missing any personal belongings e.g  uniform items, drink bottles, lunch containers? We currently have a very large number of lost property items that have not been claimed. All items will be placed on tables under the verandah outside the E Block (Year 1’s) for collection. Any items

Canteen Volunteers Urgently Required

Sue and Sue in the canteen are urgently seeking helpers to join their team! Help as much or as little as you can. Requirements for volunteering are: Volunteer Application and Agreement forms (Available from the front office) RAN (Responding to Abuse and Neglect) Training (Online) https://www.plink.sa.edu.au/pages/signup.jsf WWCC (Working With Children Check)

The Weekly Wrap – Term 3 Week 5 – 2020

Thank you for taking time to read through this week’s weekly wrap and keeping up to date with school happenings.  A big thank you to the parents who helped out on school photo day last Tuesday, especially in the afternoon coordinating family photos. For those who missed out – photo

The Weekly Wrap – Term 3 Week 4 – 2020

We hope all families and friends are travelling well amidst the ongoing COVID-19 situation. We continue to be mindful of SA Health’s advice in relation to school operations and the safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and school community. Please take time to re-familiarise yourself with, and follow the

U11 Soccer Carnival

The U11 soccer carnival was held last Monday evening, 3rd August. It was a very cold night, although luckily not wet this year. The team had lots of fun and won 4 out of their 5 games. Congratulations Under 11s, a great night and fantastic result!

Wellbeing 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