Earlier this year, the Sports Day was cancelled due to weather conditions. It has been rescheduled to Friday 25 October 2019 and will be held on the school oval.
School will commence at the normal time of 8.50am and finish at 3pm. Students will need to wear their sports uniform but may wear a coloured shirt for their sports house.
The program will be run until 1.00pm with classes returning to their classrooms when not required to be at the oval.
Parents are welcome to attend to watch their child participate. If you are able to assist your child’s teacher with the sports day activities, please advise them.
||Opening ceremony – whole school
||Year Reception – 2 only
Junior Primary baton relay (12 races)
||Year 3 – 6 only
Upper Primary baton relay (8 races)
||Year Reception – 2 only
Junior Primary rotation (6 stations @ 10 mins each)
Year 3-6 return to class
||Junior Primary rotation finish
||Year 3-6 only
Upper Primary rotations (7 rotations @ 10mins each)
Year Reception – 2 in class
Boys v Girls relay
Junior Primary classes return to oval
|1:00 – 1:40pm
|1:40 – 3:00pm
||Normal class program
The canteen will be open during the sports day program. There will be a special lunch menu. Please pre-order by returning the attached order form with payment to the front office or canteen. Alternatively, you can order using the Qkr app. Parents are welcome to make purchases from the canteen.
|Hot Ham & Cheese Roll
|Hotdog with sauce
apple, apple & blackcurrant, tropical, orange
chocolate, strawberry, banana
R/1MS House Colours
R/1EQ House Colours
Click on the link below to see some of the learning taking place in our focus groups.
R/1 EQ & MS have been joining our neighbours R/1MC & EN in the mornings recently for the aptly named Come Play With Me. Teachers across all four classrooms have reflected that by commencing the day with play, greater levels of positivity are permeating throughout the classrooms. The students are reflecting on the experience also, where they often speak about the joy of being able to share in the learning with peers from other classrooms and the increased number of provocations that are available to them. The natural flow of students within the space is one filled with creativity, curiosity and collaboration. As the village, we are now looking into the possibility of small focus groups working with a teacher in the areas of technology and ecology and key areas of the curriculum including numeracy and literacy as to utilise the wonderful facilities on campus, including; the Kuyangani; MUDLA and the newly established Triple M Centre (Music and Multi-Media studio). Today 12 students were able to explore the green screen room as a provocation.
With the collaboration of the four R/1 classes in the morning we have restructured the time table to accomodate come read with me to other times throughout the day. This allows for greater flexibility in student engagement and also allows for vertical learning opportunities with senior students who are able to work/listen/collaborate with the students in our two classes.
Please see the link below for all of today’s wonderful learning.