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Room 14 Healthy Breakfast Party

As part of Room 14’s Health Curriculum studies, the students have been looking at healthy and non-healthy food choices. They have been exploring the benefits of healthy eating for their bodies and brains, and ways to communicate Health messages. After all this the children invited their parents and caregivers to a Healty Breakfast party.

Fathers Day Breakfast

On Friday families (especially dads and father figures) were invited to come along to school early and have a bacon and egg roll for breakfast.

A big thanks to the P&C for organising this great event and the staff who helped out on the day.

Farm Trip – Room 2

The students from Room 2 visited Kelmscott Farm School yesterday.


Students had the chance to cuddle chicks and rabbits.


Make some scones.


View a shearing demonstration and pick some apples in the orchard.


DEAR in Room 19


Every morning in Room 19, students get the opportunity

to share a book with their parents or family members.



This morning, even though it was raining nearly every family arrived to share a book.



Reading with your child every day, is great way to instill the love of reading with your child.



100 Days of School Celebrations


Did you know that many classes have been counting how many days they have been at school this year? And yesterday was the 100th day!

Students celebrated the fact that they were 100 days smarter, 100 days older and 100 days taller by completing a variety of fun activities all focused on the number 100.

Students drew what they may look like at 100 years of age, counted collections of 100 items, wrote about what they would spend $100 on and blew up 100 balloons.

Freaky Friday

Students and staff wore their freakiest best to help raise money for Year 6 Graduation celebrations.

Together $240 was raised! A super effort.






Managing the science garden continues as we have now re-planted the topiaries (Duranta Geisha Girl) and have re-planted out the proposed hedge. Experience having taught us that the Tom Thumbs couldn’t stand up to the summer heat, we have chosen Westringia Jervis Gem and Westringia Lilac and Lace to take their place. These natives to Western Australia should do well, and like a good hair-cut, so look out for the hedge developing over the coming months.
 General maintenance continues with mowing, raking, watering and adding a fish fertilizer every two weeks to the watering cans to boost plant growth. Our gerberas are enjoying their second flush of flowers, just in time for the ANZAC service.