We are happy to announce former student Jasmine Pierce (read post later in the bulletin) will be a guest judge at The Spring Fair for our Short Form Performance Poetry Competition, along with published poetry author and recent Byron Bay Writers Festival guest Lisa Brockwell and our own Deputy Principal Katie Biggin.
About Jon Dugdale
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Jon Dugdale contributed a whooping 389 entries.
Entries by Jon Dugdale
We are building a specialised Science and Maths Innovation Centre and we need your help to bring this wonderful project to fruition. The new building will contain two Science labs downstairs and two flexible learning spaces upstairs. Our students will have the opportunity to learn in a purpose built, state of the art facility. Click […]
Hello everyone, Summer has arrived with a blast of heat and everywhere in the school people are busy working on end-of-year activities. This is a time of endings and transitions as students start moving classrooms and preparing for what will come next year. Our older Kindergarten children are preparing for the move into Class 1 […]
We would like to warmly welcome Maleka Mitchell to Year 9. We welcome you to our school community and hope you and your family find your time with us enriching and enjoyable.
A big congratulations to the Year 8 students on producing some wonderful Tobias projects this year. Tobias is a year long design based project for all Year 8 students. Students are strongly encouraged to find a mentor outside of school to help guide them through this process. We spend 1 hour a week in class […]
2016 saw our Year 9 students working on various projects as part of their community service program. One of their aims was to raise money to purchase equipment for Birthing Kits Foundation Australia. This week Shannon Morris and three midwives came to assist Year 9 in putting 600 packs together. These kits will be distributed […]
During Advent, we can deepen our relationship to the world around us through recognising the strength and beauty in all the four kingdoms of the natural world. The first week is related to the mineral kingdom, the physical foundation for life. The mineral world gives us a fixed basis for our ever-changing existence. Without the […]
Primary students participated in swimming classes at Mullumbimby Petria Thomas pool over the past weeks and the continuity of this program has been a great success. The head instructor commented that on average, our school had an extremely high level of swim skills and ability. Primary are now looking forward to the Swim Fun Day […]
The Epic of Gilgamesh is the oldest surviving written story, 4000 yrs old. It tells of a tyrant King, Gilgamesh, who is overcome by friendship and loss and embarks on an existential journey to avoid suffering and death. The children first heard the story in our Ancient Persia main lesson and then, with the help of […]
Come along this Friday for our students musical Christmas performance at 1.30pm, which will be held in the amphitheater. Then swing by our special Christmas Market extravaganza straight after, where there will be plenty of handmade gifts to purchase, activities for adults and children, and yummy foods to eat. Please make sure you stop by […]
Dear book borrowing Teachers, children and parents, Please bring back all library books to school before the end of term so our award winning librarian can sort out the shelves during the holidays.
From 20 December 2016, the Private Vehicle Conveyance (PVC) subsidy will be phased out and replaced with the new School Drive Subsidy. Changes are outlined in the attached SDS Quick Guide PDF, or you can pick up a brochure from reception. What is the School Drive Subsidy? In 2017 the new subsidy will available to […]
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