Ormond Primary School

15 March 2017
Issue Four
Page 2
School News
Global Citizen Awards
Ormond Primary School
03 9578 1327
Wheatley Rd
Ormond, Vic, 3204

Upcoming Events &  Principal's Report 

Dates to Remember 


Wednesday 15th  -  Yr 5/Prep Buddies Teddy Bears Picnic

                                  -  School Council 7:00pm

Thursday 16th  -  Pyjama Day

Friday 17th  -  Yr 5/6 Interschool Sport

                         -  Back to School Social (Parent Event)

Sunday 19th  -  Working Bee  9:00am - 12:00pm

Tuesday 21st  -  Footsteps

                            -  Harmony Day (wear a touch of Orange)

Thursday 23rd  -  Taekkyeon Martial Arts Visit

Friday 24th  -  Yr 6 Grand Prix Excursion

                        -  Yr 4 Enteprize Excursion

                         -   Footsteps Disco Black White & Bling

Monday 27th  -  Young Leaders Excursion

Tuesday 28th  -  House Cross Country Yr 3-6

Wednesday 29th  -  Prep - Yr 2 Special Friends Day

Friday 31st - Term 1 Ends 2:30pm Dismissal

                                 (no lunch orders today)


Friday 14th  -  Good Friday Public Holiday

Monday 17th  -  Easter Monday Public Holiday

Tuesday 18th  -  Term 2 Begins

Wednesday 19th  -  Yr 3-5 Swimming TBC

Thursday 20th  -  Yr 3-5 Swimming TBC

Monday 24th  -  Curriculum Day

Tuesday 25th  -  Public Holiday

Wednesday 26th  -  Yr 3-5 Swimming TBC

Thursday 27th  -  Yr 3-5 Swimming TBC

Friday 28th  -  Yr 5/6 Winter Lightning Premireship

                         -  Yr 3 Melbourne Museum Excursion



Monday 1st  -  Yr 3-5 Swimming TBC

Tuesday 2nd  -  Yr 3-5 Swimming TBC

Thursday 4th  -  School Photos

Friday 12th  -  Mothers Day Evening (P&F Event)

Sunday 14th  -  Mother's Day

Tuesday 23rd  -  Yr 5 Camp Departs 7am

Friday 26th  -  Yr 5 Camp Returns approx 3:15pm

2017 Term Dates


31st January to 31st March - 2:30pm finish


18th April to 30th June - 2:30pm finish


17th July to 22nd September - 2:30pm finish


9th October to 22nd December-1:30pm finish

2017 Curriculum Days

  • Monday 30th of January
  • Monday 24th of April
  • Friday 2nd of June
  • Monday 6th of November

Students are not required to attend school on these days. The Out of School Hours Care Program will be available, please contact April  on 03 9578 5826 to discuss boookings.

2017 School Council Meetings


  • Wednesday 15th March 7:00pm
  • April  - no meeting TBC
  • Wednesday 17th May 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 21st June 7:00pm
  • July  -  no meeting TBC
  • Wednesday 16th  August 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 20th September 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 25th October 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 15th Nvember 7:00pm
  • December meeting TBC

2017 Education Sub Committee Meetings

  • Tuesday March 7th 6:30pm
  • April - no meeting
  • Tuesday May 9th - 'Bullying Prevention Parent Forum'  6:30pm
  • Tuesday June 13th 6:30pm
  • July - no meeting
  • Tuesday August 8th 6:30pm
  • Tuesday September 12th 6:30pm
  • Tuesday October 24th 6:30pm
  • November - no meeting 

2017 Public Holidays

  • Thursday 26th January - Australia Day
  • Monday 13th March - Labour Day
  • Friday 14th April - Good Friday
  • Monday 17th April - Easter Monday
  • Tuesday 25th April - Anzac Day
  • Monday 12th June - Queens Birthday
  • Friday 29th September - AFL Grand Final Friday
  • Tuesday 7th November - Melbourne Cup Day
  • Monday 25th December - Christmas 

Prep 2018 Enrolment School Tours

School Tours are conducted on a regular basis by the Principal. Tours begin at 9:30 am and last approximately one hour. The tour dates for 2017 are:

  • Thursday 23rd of February 
  • Thursday 23rd of March
  • Friday 21st April
  • Friday 19th of May         
  • Tuesday 6th of June
  • Monday 17th of July       
  • Tuesday 8th of August    
  • Monday 4th of September
  • Monday 16th of October  
  • Friday 10th of November

Enrolment Packs for 2018 will be available from Term 2 at the School Office between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday, or if you are attending a school tour. For further enquiries please contact the school office on 03 9578 1327.

2018 Term Dates


30th January to 29th March


16th April to 29th June


16th JULY to 21st September


8th October to 21st December

Principal's Report

School Council Annual General Meeting

The School Council AGM will be held this evening in the Staffroom. The meeting begins at 7 pm and is open to all interested parents. The Annual Report will be presented including the data around student achievement, engagement in learning and the students’ sense of well-being. A financial summary is also presented. The results of the recent School Council Election will be announced. The AGM will be followed by the regular March meeting.


School Crossing

Glen Eira Council has proposed a repositioning of the school crossing on Wheatley Road in relation to a proposed building development. I have been approached by a number of our community members who are concerned about traffic safety on Wheatley Road. School Council will discuss this matter this evening and I will inform every one of the recommendations that come from the meeting.


New Website

We are pleased to announce after much anticipation that the new and updated Ormond Primary School Wesite has been lauched. The website boasts clear and easy to navigate information as well as links to Compass and many other features. We encourage all parents to have a look and familiarise themselves. Any feedback is welcome. 


Working Bee and Sausage Sizzle

A Working Bee has been scheduled for this Sunday 19th of March from 9:00am to 12:00pm. Please bring along leaf blowers, shovel, brooms and wheelbarrows. The focus of the morning will be on clearing the yard of leaves and tan bark, clearing gutters and drains and revitalizing the Ruby Street boundary, especially near the portable classrooms.


Student Achievements

Well done to Hugh Du Toit who participated in the Junior State and Track & field championships that took place over the 11th and 12 of March 2017 at Lakeside Stadium. Hugh participated in the 200m and 60m hurdles.  After a tough 2 days of competition Hugh placed 12th for both events  

Congratulations Hugh.


Congratulations to our District Swimming team who competed last week against their peers from other local primary schools. An outstanding effort was put in by all involved. 

Kingston Division Swimming Finals were held today with Caitlin Lyon, Arden Bailey, Elly Booth and Tilde Christrup representing Ormond Primary in the Girl's Relay Final as well as Tilde and Toby Christrup representing in individual events, with Toby earning second place. 

Well done to all students, you should be very proud of your achievements. Thank you also to the parents who volunteered their time to transport our team to and from today's event. 


Pyjama Day - Tomorrow 16th March

A reminder that tomorrow is Pyjama Day, student are able to wear their pyjamas to school for the day.  The JSC are using this event to raise awareness about the great work they do in the school community and beyond. Therefore it will not be a fundraising event and no gold donations will be required to participate.


No Lunch Orders - Friday 31st March 

Due to the closure of the shop on this day, there will be no lunch orders on the last day of Term 1, Friday 31st March.


Information Session Year 7 2018 McKinnon Secondary College

An information session for prospective parents regarding enrolling Year 6 students into Year 7 for 2018 at McKinnon Seconadary College will be held on Tuesday 2nd May at 7:00pm in the McKinnon SC Assembly Hall. 

School Tours will also be held on Thursday 4th May and Monday 8th May from 9:15am to 10:15am. Please contact McKinnon Secondary College for further information on 03 8520 9000.


Glenn Butler


School News

Events Now on Compass Awaiting Parent Approval

Year 3

Melbourne Museum

House Cross Country

Year 4

House Cross Country

Year 5

2017 Camp Caraumbene

House Cross Country

Year 6

Grand Prix

Young Leaders Day

House Cross Country


COMPASS Parent Portal


*please note that once the 'due by' date has passed the online consent function is no longer available.


Junior School Council - Pyjama Day Reminder TOMORROW

The famous Ormond Primary School ‘PYJAMA DAY’ is back!!

The Junior School Council (JSC) are delighted to announce that their first event for 2017 is a whole school ‘Pyjama Day’. This means you come to school in your pyjamas!

When: Thursday 16th March

The JSC are using this event to raise awareness about the great work they do in the school community and beyond. Therefore it will not be a fundraising event and no gold donations will be required to participate; save those coins up for our great fundraising events starting from next term! Look out for our posters displayed around the school.

Thank you.

Junior School Council 

Harmony Day

Harmony Day:  “Everyone Belongs”

Tuesday 21st March is Harmony Day. Our diversity makes Australia a great place to live. Harmony Day is a celebration of our cultural diversity – a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home. It is held every year on 21 March which coincides with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.


The message of Harmony Day is “everyone belongs”. The day aims to encourage people to participate in their community, respect cultural and religious diversity and foster a sense of belonging for everyone.


At Ormond PS, all students will be recognising and celebrating Harmony Day with a range of activities. Students will be encouraged to come to school in their normal school uniform whilst wearing “a touch of orange”. This could be orange socks, an orange hairband, a hat, a tissue paper flower brooch, whatever you choose, just a “touch of orange” to enhance your school uniform!

We would also like students to bring in a cut up orange or carrot to share at recess. In the classroom, the students will be engaging in a range of activities, reading multicultural books to start a class conversation about recognising themselves in a global world where “everyone belongs”.


Look out for the eye catching orange posters our Junior School Council representatives have made and displayed around school for this information.

Anzac Badges

Anzac Badges will be available for purchase over the coming weeks. Prices range from $1 to $5. JSC Representatives will visit classes so students will have an opportunity to purchase items. If you would like to purchase any Aznac badges please ensure you have your coins ready.

House Cross Country

House Cross Country Championships

To encourage participation and enthusiasm for running generally and the upcoming Term 2 District Cross Country trials, we have decided to hold an Ormond PS House Cross Country Championship on Tuesday 28th March. All students, Year 3 to 6 will be participating and walking down to Allnutt Park straight after recess on that morning at 10.50am. The event will commence with a House Parade upon arrival followed by the races, starting with the Year 3 & 4 students and finishing with Year 5 and Year 6. We are currently working on a detailed program that will be sent to you via a Compass permission form in the next few days but for now, mark the date in your diary..…it promises to be a competitive event!


There will be Cross Country training held each Wednesday morning at school from 8:15am.

Grandparents & Special friends Day Prep - Year 2

The Prep, Year 1 and Year 2 students would like to invite their Grandparents and Special Friends into their classroom on Wednesday 29th March at 9:15am.  There will be a fun activity to complete together in class.


At 10:00am they are welcome to make their way to the school hall for morning tea, where the students will delight our guests with their singing.


We are asking for any parents who will be available to assist with the setting up of the hall/tea & coffee that morning to please let the class teacher know. We look forward to a wonderful morning together.


For the past 3 weeks, we have been participating in the Footsteps program. It has been heaps of fun and everyone has been working so hard. Now, it's time to let all our hard work pay off!! Come along to the Footsteps Disco! The theme is Black, White and Bling! Here is what some of the students say about the Footsteps Program!


"I like the dancing and everyday we do a different dance and a different song, our teacher is really nice"  - Nat, Prep C

"I like the different moves!" -  Adelaide, 1B

"I like the dance, because it makes me happy!" - Georgia, 2B

"I like Footsteps because it's really fun, Ainslie and Michelle are really nice!" - Nellie, 3A

"I like that we do pop songs and we get to dab, a lot!" -  Asha, 4A

"I find it fun because I can learn how to dance! I like dancing with my friends!" -  Tali, 5B

"I like to learn my dance moves with my friends!" - Elly, 6A


By Claudia & Arden

Arts Captains

Year 4 Botanical Gardens Excursion

As part of our Humanities topic about Australia’s first people, last Friday week, Year 4 went to the Botanical Gardens to learn what indigenous life was like before the settlement of Europeans. Some students shared their experiences from the day.


"I learned that aboriginal people used possum skins as blankets for their babies. I learned that the wedge-tailed eagle in Federation Square is called Bunjil." - Laura

"I learnt that aborigines believe a wedge-tail eagle created them." - Josh


"A smoke ceremony involves smouldering native plants to produce smoke that is cleansing and wards off bad spirits." - Mitchell

"I learnt that the smoke ceremony is to welcome someone that is staying for a short time." - Fonjer

"I found out that the women and men have their own business that only they can know about." - Alice

"I found out that the indigenous teenagers had to climb a dinosaur tree to become a man. The dinosaur tree has a boy cone and a girl pine cone." - Rosa

"I learned that to make a clay painting I needed ochre rock, water and another rock for smashing and mixing the ochre rock. Also, that aboriginal women used digging tools to find food." - LuLu

"To make string, you get straw from Spinifex grass and loop it evenly around your finger, twist the right piece under and keep going." - Zoe

"The Botanic Gardens had so many plants I never knew existed, I mean talk about a giant zucchini! It was taller then me” - Mia 

"The thing I liked the most was going to the children's garden and playing in the water. I learnt about the different types of leaves that go in the smoke ceremony and what they stand for." - Ashton


Year 5 ACMI Excursion

On the 6th of March, all Year 5 students went to The Channel and ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image).


First we went to The Channel. It is a small place in the Arts Centre. In The Channel children can learn about filming and editing using a program called Movie Studio Platinum. We filmed with different sorts of shots and edited to make an advertisement. We learnt loads!


Next we went to ACMI and enjoyed every bit of the Screenworlds, an ACMI exhibition. At Screenworld there were games and activities to help you imagine what it was like in the past, seeing the development of technology on and off the screen. They had games like Lara Croft and Mario Bros from 30 years ago and then you could also see and play the upgraded version. There was such a large difference!


Some groups went to Bombay Talkies next to Screenworlds. At Bombay Talkies we found out about how much it takes to make a movie. If a scene goes for 2 seconds it's 10 pages of work. Amazing right? And a long time ago they didn't have sound for movies, so they would have to place parts of the dialogue or script as written text into the movie.


All in all, all the children had the time of their lives and enjoyed every moment of being on the excursion.


Visual Arts News

Happy Year of the Rooster!

We have hit the ground running with Roosters in the Art Room this Term.  All the grades across the school have been working on various artworks in celebration of the 2017 Lunar Year of the Rooster. 

  • Preps are exploring lines and patterns made when following the flight path of Roosters and Humming birds (with Mrs Ioannou)
  • Year 1 are currently finishing their ‘handy’ Wax resist Roosters.
  • Year 2 have been blowing ink crests and tails.
  •  Year 3 are completing Indigenous Inspired Rooster dot paintings.
  •  Year 4 have created and cut out Golden Rooster silhouettes.
  •  Year 5 are studying the painting style of Anna Blatman to create Reverse ‘Rooster’ flower paintings.
  •  Year 6 have completed fabulous Rooster observational sketches.

Keep an eye out for our Rooster invasion, as their work begins to be placed up around the school.


PS how many ‘Roosters’ can you count in this news report?


Happy Creative Days!

Helen Kupfer

Visual Arts Teacher


PE/Sports News

The Junior State and Track & field championships took place over the 11th and 12 of March 2017 at lakeside Stadium. Hugh du Toit  participated in the 200m and 60m hurdles.  After a tough 2 days of competition Hugh placed 12th for both events  

Congratulations Hugh on a wonderful achievement!


District Swimming

Well done to the students who so wonderfully represented Ormond in the Moorabbin District Swimming Carnival last week. The students had a fabulous day with the Girls relay with Caitlin, Arden, Elly, and Tilde making it into the Kingston Division Finals as well as Tilde and Toby making it through in individual events. The finals were held today with the girls putting in a strong effort but narrowingly missing out on a place and Toby putting in a sterling effort coming away with second place.  Well Done!


Inter-School Sports Round Up


The Ormond Hotshots Tennis team kicked off the year brilliantly with a 5 game winning streak including the action packed lightning premiership. Mrs Hosking along with the hotshot captains, Elliot and Jed, have done very well at coaching the team. The training sessions have been going very well with an excellent amount of people turning up and creative games such as king and around the world. So far the A, B, C and D teams have all done extremely well contributing their fair share of points to the overall score. Overall, the Ormond Hotshots Tennis team has done exceptionally well and there's no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Written by Liam, Elliot and Zareef.


Lawn Bowls

The Ormond lawn bowls team has been in 5 competitions so far, with many more to come. Overall, we have been doing very well. Everyone’s having fun and learning all the skills. The others schools in the competition are Tucker Road PS, Mckinnon PS, and Bentleigh West PS. All the schools we have played have been friendly and inviting. This year we hope we can make the finals. With all our hard work, we hope this is possible. We can’t wait for next week!

Written by Elly & Kate 


Skills Squad

The skill squad team have been rapidly getting better and better each week with a variety of sports such as T20, Volleyball and Basketball. In every game, everybody has been trying their best which has made the games interesting.

Written by Tilde 



So far, in the rounders team for 2017, we have had two wins and two losses. We have had lots of fun playing it and can't wait every week to play. We have trained every Friday morning for the past four weeks. GO ROUNDERS!

By Tom. W and Ally 6B


T20 Cricket

The T20 team has been going great this season. Although we haven't won any matches our strengths have been great teamwork and lots of effort from our fantastic players. Students have been coming to training consistently and trying their best to get better and improve. Every week we keep improving and growing closer as a team. Go Ormond!

Written by Harley and Phillip.



This term in cricket we have won one out of two matches but most importantly we've had fun!

Mrs Karr has coached us very well this term and is a great fill-in for Mr Pannam.

The cricket team is looking forward to a our next few games and a couple of wins will make it a whole lot more fun!

Written by Lewis & Tom P

Out of School Hours Care

School Holiday Program

The School Holiday Program schedule is available on the school web site or from the sign out desk in the hall. Bookings are accepted at the program on a first in, first placed basis. Please note: There is new payment option for families who attend the Before & After School Care Program four session or more per week. See the School Holiday Program schedule for further details.  Bookings close Friday 24th March or until sold out.

After School Care Alternative Collection of Children.

If friends or family are collecting your child from the After School Care Program you must inform us of the alternative collection in the program diary or contacting the program by phone. This includes family and friends you have authorised on your enrolment form. Phone: 9578 5826


End of Term Party

On the last day of school Friday 31st March the After School Care Program will commence care at 2.30pm to accommodate the school’s early finishing time. The After School Care Program will close at the usual time of 6.00pm. If your child is attending the After School Care Program on the last day of school please bring a party food donation for our end of term celebration, see the party food list in the program diary.


After School Care Activities

Thursday 16th           Clay Creations

Friday 17th                 Finger Painting

Monday 20th             Cellophane Octopus

Tuesday 21st             Wooden Nature Shapes

Wednesday 22nd    Wooden Keys

Thursday 23rd          Plastic String French Bands

Friday 24th                Rock Beetles

Monday 27th             Easter Activities

Tuesday 28th            Easter Activities

Wednesday 29th     Easter Activities

Thursday 30th          Easter Activities

Friday 31st                 End of Term Celebration


April Kopitz

Out of School Hours Coordinator

Parents & Friends News

This year the Parents & Friends Committee (P&F) has planned a great array of events for 2017, with some new events and some of the old favourites.

Here’s a run down of what coming up. The first one is just two days away, so get your tickets soon!


Back to School Social

This new event to start off the social calendar for the year is a relaxed evening at school for parents and teachers (no children at this event please).

Catch up with old friends and get to know some new ones.

When:     Friday 17th March, 7.30pm

Where:    In the OPS Hall

Price:   $15 per person - Includes your first drink and plenty of pizza


NEW Parents to OPS in 2017 come for free! (please still book a free ticket so we know numbers)

Book your tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/OVWQ

*Parents only event


Black, White & Bling Disco

The second event is for the kids. After weeks of learning new dance moves, they’ll get a chance to show them off at the disco run by Footsteps.

The dress-up theme is Black, White & Bling, so let your kids know and get costume planning!


When:    Friday 24th March

Where:   OPS Hall

Times:   Prep - Year 3   -   6:00pm to 7:00pm

                 Years  4 - 6       -   7:15pm to 8:30pm

Price:     $5 per child 

Tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/PCVF


Save the Dates

Other events in the pipeline include a NEW Mother’s Day Event, the annual and much loved Trivia Night, a Winter Warmer Social night, Father’s Day Breakfast and the bi-annual End-of-Year Party.


March 17 - Back to School Social (Adults only)

                      (run by Yr 6 parents)

March 24 - Footsteps Disco (Kids only)

                      (run by Year 3 parents)

May 12 - Mother’s Day Evening (Mum’s & kids)                              (organisers TBC)

June 23 -  Atrium Winter Warmer (Adults only) 

                  (run by Year 2 parents)

August 19 - Trivia Night (Adults only) 

                      (run by Year 5 parents)

Sept 1 - Father’s Day Breakyfast (Dad’s & kids) 

                 (run by Year 4 parents)

Nov 25th - End-of-Year Party  (Family & staff) 

                       (run by P&F)


So book your tickets for the first events and stay tuned for more info on the ones to come.


Community News


Global Citizen Awards

Global Citizen Award Certificates will be presented at assembly on...

Monday 20th March 9:00am


Teo C  -  Respect

Teo always displays great respect and consideration of others and is a positive role model for his peers.Keep it up, Teo!

Sophie A  -  Respect

Sophie is a conscientious student who consistently demonstrates respect by listening carefully, speaking politely and caring for others. Congratulations, Sophie!

Winifred  R  -  Respect

Winifred is respectful to all members of our Prep B team. She uses positive and kind words and enjoys helping her friends. Well done!

Clyde S  -  Respect

Clyde shows exemplary behavior. His listening skill are fantastic and he’s a positive role model in the class. Keep up the good work.

Natalie F  -  Respect

Natalie is a great role model in classroom and

demonstrates great respect to others when working in group situations! Well done, Natalie.

Eva T  -  Respect

Eva consistently shows respect to others by taking their feelings into consideration and always offering to help others.

Year 1

Skye S  -  Respect

Skye always displays great respect and consideration of others and is a positive role model for his peers.

Maxwell  C -  Respect

Maxwell demonstrates respect by consistently listening to teachers and his peers. Well done Maxwell!

Summer  K  -  Respect

For being a kind-hearted student who thinks of her classmates before herself.

Arjun G  -  Respect

Arjun is always listening when others are speaking and waits his turn to speak.

Hayley JA  -  Respect

For being a respectful class member who is always trying her best.

Kirven T  -  Respect

For consistently displaying respect for others and using excellent manners.

Year 2

Rebekah M  -  Respect

Rebekah displays great respect towards her peers. She shows great care and consideration towards other students.

Sam H  -  Respect

Sam is a great role model in the way he interacts and helps others when working in group situations.

Clea C  -  Respect

Clea is consistently respectful towards her classmates and teachers.She is thoughtful, considerate and extremely reliable.

Oscar N  -  Respect

Oscar demonstrates respect towards his classmates and teachers.He speaks kindly, is considerate and a good example to others..

Year 3

Aydan G  -  Respect

Aydan consistently shows respect, demonstrating this in the way he conducts himself in the classroom and playground by showing a caring nature to his classmates.

Isla T  -  Quality Learning

Isla always strives to be challenged in all aspects of her education and completes work to the best of her abilities. Well done Isla!

Georgina M  -  Persistence

Georgina always strives to do her best during the Footsteps program by trying hard to remember all the moves and never giving up. Well done!

Max J  -  Excellence

Max always remembers to use paragraphs and always has neat handwriting during all narrative sessions. Well done!

Kody W  -  Persistence

Kody has shown great persistence in his reading and writing. As a result of this effort, he has achieved his learning goals. Well done Kody!

Angela Z  -  Excellence

Angela takes pride in producing work to the best of her ability in all her activities. She consistently produces work of an excellent standard.

Year 4

Charlie S  -  Persistence

Charlie is working determinedly to time manage the completion of his learning tasks, with excellent results.

Paras X  -  Quality Learning

Paras listens intently, thinks deeply and responds articulately to questions, reading passages and group discussions.

Caelan A  -  Excellence

Caelan consistently applies himself 110% to math learning tasks. He exhibits a high personal standard for success. Well done!

Mair E  -  Respect

Mair demonstrates outstanding manners in class, respecting her peers and always being polite. Fantastic role model.

Jacob G  -  Respect

Jacob treats all of his classmates with respect and courtesy. He is very patient and helpful when working in small groups, particularly during our data investigation this week. Keep it up, Jacob.

Rachel H  -  Excellence

Rachel always takes pride in her work and completes tasks to the very best of her ability. A wonderful effort, Rachel.

Year 5

Ted B  -  Quality Learning

Ted has worked hard to develop the expressive writing in his narratives, enhancing the quality of his writing.

Charlie McL  -  Respect

Charlie always interacts thoughtfully with others and encourages his classmates with positive praise.

Louie A  -  Respect

Louie is an excellent role model, setting a high standard for how we communicate with each other and value another’s ideas.

Lizzie W  -  Quality Learning

Lizzie has a positive approach to all learning, quickly engaging in tasks and producing work she can be proud of.

Year 6

Casandra J  -  Excellence

Casandra was nominated for and tried out for the under 12 State Cricket team.

Samuel E  -  Quality Learning

Sam has worked consistently hard to display his understanding of Place Value in maths.

Jed M  -  Excellence

Jed has shown excellent leadership qualities in his role as Vice-Captain of the inter-school tennis team. He has shown initiative within in his role and continues to shine.   

Liana L  -  Respect

Liana always interacts with her teachers and peers with a high level of respect. She displays great consideration for those around her. Well done.

Multi Media

Milta L-  1B  -  Persistence

Milta patiently navigated her way around Microsoft Word discovering many new features to improve the presentation of her work.

Hadyn C  -  6B  -  Excellence

Hadyn displays enthusiasm and confidence his leadership role by willing accepting any task requested of him.

Visual Arts

Edie H  -  2B  -  Excellence

For her fabulous effort and  diligent approach to completing a highly detailed illustration of a busy strip of shops.

Mary P  -  3C  -  Quality Learning

Mary consistently displays wonderful enthusiasm and a positive approach to all her Visual Arts learning. Well done, Mary!

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