Community Notices have moved!
We now have a dedicated area just for notices. Open the new Community Notice Board here
Looking for ideas for the Holidays? Have you seen our new Online Community noticeboard yet? We have lots of new things going up all the time please check it out here.
New items are being added to our new online Community Noticeboard all the time. Please check it out here.
CBRSS now has a Community Notice Board available through our website. It can be found through the Our School Menu, under the heading Our community or you can access it by following this link.
The noticeboard is for Community notices and products and services that support the School Community.
If you would like to post on to our Community Notice Board please use the online form which can be found at the top of the page under the heading Send Your Community Notice. We reserve the right to refuse a post if it does not meet our criteria.
Zen Larkins from Yr 7 has lost his orthodontic plate. It was last seen around the Yr 7 lockers. Please return to Reception if found.
Seeking long term rental
Within half an hour drive of CBRSS
2 + bedrooms, between $400 & $700 pw
For myself, my daughter and my dog
Please email email@example.com
Freja & Jali Class 3
Moral Technologies is a new and exciting initiative of Seed Australia exploring the theme of being human in the age of technological development. In April from 7th- 10th 2017 we will host Orland Bishop (founder and director of Shadetree Multicultural Foundation USA) for a four-day intensive event at a retreat centre in Templestowe, Melbourne. We will dive deeply into exploring different facets of our humanity and our creative potential, and how that relates to the time in which we live and the rapid developments in technology.
We welcome people between the ages of 15 and 80+ to come together, through workshops and activities, to create a dialogue and community that bridges the generations and sparks greater wisdom and inspiration for the future.
Book through the website or contact Rose Nekvapil – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kaden Ellyard class 4 has lost his violin on Monday 20th between the bus from Bangalow to school and his classroom.
It has a burgundy string on it with his name. If anyone sees it please return it to Reception or Class 4.
Bonjour chers parents,
This year once again our school has been accorded a grant for a French language program called “Parental Polyglots”.
The aim of this program is to propose some basic language skills to you parents so that you may understand what your children do during the French language classes. You will also be learning how to get by whilst travelling, how to order “un croissant et un grand café”, how to understand directions, and so many other fun things.
I would like to propose a one hour per week session over three terms; Term 2, 3 and 4.
I suggest Tuesday mornings from 9.15 am to 10.15 am.
I would be very happy to know of your interest to join this session.
Please contact me via email at email@example.com
LIFE & LIVING
April 12-16 2017, Tocal College, Hunter Valley, NSW
“It is now the task of Anthroposophy not only to reach the single individual in respect of the fundamental needs of their soul, but actually to stimulate the whole of human life. Wherever the creative human impulse is seeking for active expression from within, there this striving can find contact with the source of Anthroposophy. For Anthroposophy takes all that is human for its province.” Rudolf Steiner
For full flyer and program details please click here
Term Times 8:30 ~ 3:30
Holidays 10:00 ~ 3:00
Fax: (02) 6684 7399