Nerrida showing Paul Daniell, one of the Executive Directors of the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) and Heidi O’Brien, NESA School Liaison Officer around the school.
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Hello everyone, It was wonderful to see so many smiling faces returning to school last week after the break (teachers and students). The first and most obvious thing to notice on return to school was just how far our wonderful new building has progressed. The builders are doing an amazing job and we expect to […]
We warmly welcome the following students and their families to the CBRSS Community: Henry Sweetman Class 4 Aoife Gordos Class 4 Reuben Hardy Class 5 June Sweetman Class 6 Jasmine Jones Yr 8 Elan Derofe-Gallant Yr 9 Finn Morris Yr 9
This term we are really happy to welcome Manuela as our new German Language teacher. Manuela is a very experienced teacher who will bring much warmth, passion and creativity to language classes. From Manuela …. Guten Tag! As you may know, the children in Classes 1 – 4 will be learning German from Week 3. […]
As it is now almost 2 years since we held the wonderfully successful Parent Engagement Evening at the school, we would like to invite members of our school community to attend a School Community Conversation Evening on Monday 14th May at 6.00 pm at the school. The evening will be held in the Movement room and should […]
With the approach of cooler weather it seems timely to consider the importance of warmth for healthy child development. Waldorf/Steiner Education talks about warmth so much because warmth needs our attention. This link will take you to a wonderful article about this, please make time to read.
Screens vs. Staying Out of the Way Both of these strategies: showing your child a screen and staying out of the way give the parent some more freedom and flexibility in their day. Parents often turn to screens so that they can get something done or “get a moment’s peace.” However, there is another alternative: […]
When everyone else is on holidays Gavin gets extra busy, following is the list of activities undertaken during the term break… • 30 tonne road base to bottom car park to fill in potholes. • Car Park at Kindy extended with road base to provide safer parking. • Tree work at Kindy to help ameliorate tick […]
We are proudly leading the way in combining sustainability with innovation, with the construction of our new state of the art science and maths high school building, designed by local architect and CBRSS parent Michael Leung and incorporating the creative use of Hempcrete walls. HEMPCRETE is a natural building product constructed by local award winning […]
At the end of first term, Class 1 met their Class 4 buddies for the first time. Class 4 shared some of the work they had been doing in their studies of local Aboriginal culture. They began with a welcome dance, performed two short plays and finished with a song about caring for country. Caring […]
In the High School, we have been working on how to counter the growing anxiety and mental health concerns that are prevalent in adolescents today. Our Main Lessons, anthroposophical approach and wellbeing programs have a positive impact on the challenges faced by teenagers today, but there is always more we can incorporate into our work. […]
All going well here. Regards, Class 7
In 2017 the year 9/10 art elective students participated in an environmental art exhibition hosted by actor and environmental activist Tony Barry. On Wednesday, Tony presented the school with a framed poster of the Indian Ten Commandments to show his appreciation for participating in and promoting environmental awareness.
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