Hello everyone, There has been a lot of activity around our school community over the last two weeks. We have had many students out on camps, excursions and sporting events with more planned in the coming weeks. It is important that our students have opportunities to interact with students from other schools, particularly as they […]
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Our Term Dates for 2018 are as follows: Term One Tuesday 30th Jan – Friday 13th April * Note that Easter is 30th March – 2 April Term Two Tuesday 1st May – Friday 6th July Term Three Tuesday 31st July – Friday 28th September Term Four Tuesday 16th October – Friday 14th December
Have you seen our new Online Community noticeboard yet? Plenty more has been added since the last Bulletin so please be sure to check it out regularly here. If you would like to post something to the community noticeboard please use this link or email Yvette at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our friendly local Snakeman was here this week to help with the removal of one of our red bellied friends. Rest assured he will be re-located and released in to a safe and suitable new environment. George the Snakeman has been caring for our slithery friends locally since 1996. Contact details are available on our […]
Thank you to everyone who turned up for the RCM day on Saturday, the Kinder is even more beautiful from all your hard work. A big thanks to Craig for providing a yummy lunch and to Evan for leading the charge, it’s such a great way to connect with and support this wonderful School Community […]
Preparations are under way for the Winter Festival on Wednesday June 21. Students across the school have been making lanterns with great enthusiasm, expertly assisted by lightenUp inc. It will be a truly special and beautiful festival so make sure you save the date!
I go to the bush dance every year. When the music starts it just carries you away and then there’s the games and line dances! In the breaks there’s cheap food that the parents make and the country vibes are great, I love the bush dance. Jarrah Cl 6 A fun, crazy dance with friends. […]
Down in Kindergarten we’ve been: Enjoying the Autumn rains Making rainbows Making jam Scrubbing Mending And Sailing the high seas! Elizabeth Williams
Midginbil Hill – By Yonatan, Kaden, Rory, Bella and Ayla We went on camp to Midginbil Hill last week. Our guides were Thomas and John. Thomas was really funny and John was smart and helpful. The cooks were Craig and Emma. The helpers were Peter, Jason and Mikey. We did pioneering, canoeing, archery, By The Creek, […]
Our students excelled during this event with four of our teams qualifying to progress to the next round. One of our year 6 teams blitzed the field progressing without losing a match. As did our year 9 Boys team. “The Black Oysters”, who came in as strong favourites after winning last years State Championships. Our […]
Peter Chown is a local Psychologist who has extensive experience working with adolescents in the area, on Wednesday 7th June he will be talking to Yr 7 – 10 students. He will be discussing issues such as mental health, brain health & risks associated with social media. Following on from this on Thursday 8th June we invite HS […]
Last week, Year 7 travelled eight hours west to Garrawilla Station, Bingara, near Inverell, for a Jackaroo Jillaroo experience. Students pitched their tents by the homestead and slept under a sky awash with the Milky Way. When Ric told us there were more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand of earth, […]
Undeterred by a week of work experience and exams, thirty enthusiastic Year 10 and 11 students signed up for a unique opportunity to develop their creative writing skills with acclaimed local author (and CBRSS parent) Sarah Armstrong. On Monday 29 May, as part of a Byron Writer’s Centre initiative to promote creative writing by taking […]
As part of our transition to Senior School, the Year 10 students experienced a Subject Forum where Year 11 and 12 students talked about the subjects they are studying and gave a student perceptive about why they chose and/or liked the subject. All of our wonderful Year 11 and 12 leaders were involved in holding […]
Jackson Pollock – drip paintings Damien Horst – spin paintings Andy Goldsworthy-clay patterns Organic Abstract Sculptures Denis
This event was held on Thursday 18th May at Dennison Park in Ballina and involves all the Independent private schools from Tweed Heads to Coffs Harbour. A beautiful day at a picturesque spot set the scene for a magnificent day where over 45 students from our school competed against some of the biggest schools and […]
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Hello everyone, It is hard to believe we are almost half way through the term. The cooler weather and the change in light as the sun’s trajectory across the sky angles slightly closer to the horizon has an inner echo. The children are more settled in class and in the playground and the adults are […]
Our teachers work really hard and we make every effort to care for their wellbeing. This includes making sure they get ‘down time’ from school, time to spend with their families and pursuing their own interests. With this in mind, we ask that parents communicate with teachers through the Reception email, or by calling the […]
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Holidays 10:00 ~ 3:00
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