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Congratulations  To our Senior Choir who performed on Saturday afternoon at the Festival Theatre as part of the Primary Schools Music Festival – a fabulous performance after months of practice and rehearsals. Well done to all members of the Choir for their hard work and efforts. Special thanks to Liz

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Congratulations and Well Done  A big well done to our Tournament of Minds team who presented their solution to a six-week long term challenge in front of a panel of judges at Flinders University today – with an ‘Australiana take’ on the Wizard of Oz.  Congratulations to Emily, Carys, Amelie,

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To Note On Monday 2nd September (Student Free Day) – teaching and support staff will be participating in professional learning in the areas of Dyslexia Awareness and the Department’s Learning Design Assessment and Moderation initiative. Thanks again to the Parent / Community Fundraising Team for organising and running the annual

Asthma Awareness Week

It’s Asthma Week (1-7 September), and Asthma Australia is here to help Australians with asthma and hay fever through pollen season. We’ve partnered up with experts in their respective fields to put together helpful and practical information for each day so you can breathe easier this Spring. We know that

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To Note  Great to see everyone getting into the spirit of Book Week with dress up day on Friday. Thank you to families for supporting this annual event and to those who were able to join in the assembly celebration. There was certainly an abundance of super powers on show.

Basketball Program

This term our Year 1 and Year 2 students will be participating in Basketball Australia’s Aussie Hoops program with funding we have received through the Sporting Schools grants. Aussie Hoops will introduce students to basketball  with a program consisting of warm-up games, skill activities and modified games. Sturt Sabres Basketball Club are

Sapsasa Representatives

Congratulations to four of our Year 7 students gaining selection into Sapsasa Southern Heights district teams. Tom C and Bradley L will play in the Southern Heights  boys soccer team and Maddy W and Ashlyn W in the Southern Heights girls soccer team. Both teams will compete against other districts

Classification of movies and digital games 2019:  Does Australia’s classification system suit your family’s needs?  

Australia’s National Classification Scheme for movies, digital games and apps uses the classifications G, PG, M, MA15+ and R18+. The Australian Council on Children and the Media [ACCM] is seeking your help with its 2019 survey of parents’ and carers’ satisfaction with the Australian National Classification Scheme (NCS) for movies,