Hello everyone, Welcome back to Term 3, and what a busy start to the term it has been. Last week the school underwent our registration inspection with the NSW Education Standards Authority. The inspector commended our school on the extremely high quality of our curriculum, programs, policies and procedures and recommended the full 5 year […]
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We have a very comprehensive process for planning and running camps and excursions in the school. Each step is carefully planned to ensure we meet all requirements and so that all camps and excursions are appropriately resourced and planned to be safe and engaging for our students. We put a lot of work into making […]
Dear parents, Recently we have witnessed a number of near-misses and have also received a number of complaints from our neighbours about the way people are driving/travelling to and from school. Quite a number of cars are speeding and our staff have witnessed a number of people driving whilst talking on handheld phones. Another issue […]
Please be mindful that if your child is leaving the school we require 1 full term’s notice. We understand that this may not always be possible but sincerely appreciate your assistance with future planning when it is possible. This notice period is important for multiple reasons, including saving you money but most importantly it enables us […]
The Admin team would appreciate your support by making sure that any messages that need to be passed on to your child at the end of the day are always in before 2 pm. Reception is a very busy place and to keep things running smoothly a staff member must leave the office to deliver […]
Dear Parents, Teachers and Community, Our school could be the recipient of a significant program that will support Mental Health Education for all students in Years 7 and 10 in 2020. Teen Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based program developed in Australia to teach teenagers how to recognise a Mental Illness or crisis situation […]
Things are really buzzing along for our bee themed Spring Fair ‘Sparks of Wonder’. The decorations are coming along swimmingly: You may start to see bees popping up around the place, stalls are coming together, and we’re about to embark on craft workshops for primary classes. Class 3 are working hard and there are lots […]
Thanks to everyone for spreading the word about the Spring Fair Raffle. We’ve sold more than $3500 worth of tickets, which is a great result six weeks out from the Fair. Funds raised will be spent on play and exercise equipment, and school camp gear, for primary and high school. Let us know if you […]
Paid Work as Traffic Controllers for Spring Fair We have a few positions available: 7am – 3pm. 8am – 2pm. 9am – 2pm with a couple of extra hours on this shift for emptying wheelie bins. $30 per hours but must have ABN & be able to invoice our P&F Association. Ring Gavin on: 0427 […]
Our next RCM day is on Saturday 24th August 9am – 12.30pm. We will be concentrating on the Kindergarten Area but if we get enough people we will branch out into other areas. Of course, if you have a burning task you want to do we will see if we can accommodate that. There will […]
Our Alternative Housing Project!
Please note this event is for the School Community only
Please note this event is for the School Community only Lou Harvey-Zahra will also be presenting workshops on Saturday 31st of August at Shearwater school for more information please visit our online community noticeboard.
All movements in Eurythmy are rhythmic or life-filled. The power of the specific Eurythmy movements work through the life body, or etheric body, to strengthen and harmonise where there may be illness or imbalance. To read more about the positive benefits of Eurythmy please click here Free trial class on Wednesday 14th of August 2019, […]
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Enquiries:Tel: (02) 6639 9300
Office Hours:Term Time: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Holidays: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm