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Interoception Update

As you would be aware from our previous post Craigburn has introduced Interoception – being activities and processes to equip all children with skills to self regulate. To further implement Interoception across the school, School Service Officers, Aimee and Jack, visited Hackham East Primary School who have implemented a highly

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

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

Scholastic Book Club

Scholastic Book Club Term 2 In these unprecedented times we’re all being asked to change the way we work and live. Our tradition of putting books into the hands of kids isn’t going to change, but for Term 2, we’re doing things a little differently. To access the Virtual Catalogue to

INTEROCEPTION

Last year our staff engaged in professional learning in the area of Interoception.  After trialling this we found it to have many benefits for our students. We will be implementing interoception activities a minimum of 2 x day after recess and lunch. What is Interoception? Interoception is our 8th sense.

Phonics Screening Check

  Year 1 Phonics Screening Check It is that time of the year again where all Year 1 students in government schools will undertake the phonics screening check. Year 1 teachers will be undertaking these checks with their students this week on Wednesday 22nd August. Phonics is vital in learning

Book Week 2019

YEAH! IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN – BOOK WEEK This year’s theme is ‘Reading is my Secret Power.’ Each year across Australia, The CBCA(Children’s Book Council of Australia) brings children and books together celebrating CBCA Children’s Book Week. During this time schools, libraries, booksellers, authors, illustrators and children celebrate Australian children’s literature.