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HMAS Cerberus Summer Ceremonial Parade

The 5/6 students were lucky enough to be invited to the HMAS Cerberus Summer Ceremonial Parade on Friday the 18th of March. Thankfully we decided to brave the cold and the rain because the parade was outstanding to watch. Students then visited the museum on the base where we explored the history of the base for several hours. A big thank you to Chief Petty Officer Mulheron for organising the day.

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2015 Swimming schedule

Our swimming program commences on Monday the 30th of November running until Thursday the 17th of December. Our swimming carnival is on the 8th of December. The 2015 Swimming Timetable details each grade’s swimming schedule.

Our volleyball stars

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Our volleyball stars

On Wednesday the 21st of October the boys and girls volleyball team went off to represent our school having both progressed to the District competition. Both teams competed valiantly, and whilst the boys were knocked out (only narrowly losing) the girls won the Grand Final and will now progress to the Southern Metro competition. Once again, our students represented themselves and their school beautifully. A big thanks to Mr. Barden for organising the day and to April for coaching both teams!

Year 5/6 Urban Camp

The Year 5/6s had an amazing camp in the city last week. Four trains later and we arrived in the city and checked in to our accommodation. From there it was off to experience the sights and sounds of Melbourne. We visited Parliament House, the Old Treasury Building and the Old Melbourne Gaol to name just a few of our activities. Everywhere we went we received compliments on the children’s behaviour which was pleasing. A big thanks to Mrs. Hewitson for organising a fantastic camp (and a big thanks to Libby and Mr. Young who volunteered at the last minute!)

On the steps of Parliament House

On the steps of Parliament House


Welcome back Mrs. Vandenbosch!!

As much as we loved Mrs. Coumbe filling in as Principal in Term 3 (and what an outstanding job she did!!), we missed Mrs. Vandenbosch and are very pleased to have her back. Mrs. Vandenbosch spent Term 3 travelling Europe with her husband and friends visiting many beautiful places.

Mrs. VDB with her Swiss friend!

Mrs. VDB with her Swiss friend!

Mrs. VDB in Athens

Mrs. VDB in Athens



Year 3/4 Gundiwindi Camp

The students need to be congratulated for their amazing behaviour and participation. They enjoyed many experiences from flying high on the flying fox and giant swing to tapping their toes and swinging their partners at the bush dance. Other activities included making damper, archery, trusting others to keep them safe on the low ropes course and at the sensory trail where one participant was blind folded and put their survival skills to the test building bush shelters. The camping experience was topped off with a visit to Silvan dam, a walk through native forest and a picnic at Lilydale Lake.

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A big thank you needs to be given to the staff who made this camp possible: Fiona Jackson, Mary Simpson, Sharon Pemberton, Stephen Young, James Elliott, Simone Deruyter.


1/2 excursion to Healesville Sanctuary

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Last week the 1/2s enjoyed the bright sunshine and fresh air as they visited the Healesville Sanctuary. They saw lots of Australian wildlife including Wedge-Tailed Eagles and all sorts of Marsupials, but the highlight for some was the Kangaroo they saw racing the bus on the way there! The bus was eventually too quick for the Kangaroo who survived the race unhurt! Thank you to all the parent helpers that helped out on the day

Book Week

Book Week finished on Friday with a book parade in the gym. The Foundation students looked particularly cute, led by Mrs V dressed as ‘Dipsy’ from the Teletubbies!!! Students also enjoyed book week activities on Wednesday by exploring a variety of indigenous-based books and songs in multi-aged activity groups.



Pyjama day


Friday the 17th was Pyjama day where children all wore their pyjamas to school and made a gold coin donation to go towards The Pyjama Foundation. At lunchtime we all brought our lunch and teddies into the gym to have a picnic together. The Pyjama Foundation provides funding and support to help foster children.

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National collection of data

All schools in Australia this year will participate in a national collection of data on students with disabilities. The following link contains important information regarding this collection.

National Disability Data

For further details please contact the school.


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