Term 2, Week 4

Mother’s Day Stall

The 2021 Mother’s Day Stall was a HUGE success!!! A massive thank you to all mums who volunteered their time to run it. All proceeds will go towards the end of year Picnic on The Green. We also extend our thanks to all children and families who have supported the stall and purchased their Mother’s Day gifts from it last week.

 

National Walk Safely to School Day

This Friday 14 May is National Walk Safely to School Day. National Walk Safely to School Day (WSTSD) is an annual event when all Primary School children are encouraged to walk and commute safely to school. It is a Community Event seeking to promote Road Safety, Health, Public Transport and the Environment. More information can be found on https://www.walk.com.au/WSTSD/

Will you walk to school with your child(ren) this Friday?

 

Thursday 3 June is Donut Day in our Primary!

Our Captains are organizing a Donut Day fundraiser to support Cancer Council this term. PP to Yr6 students need to pre-order their donut (cinnamon for $2 or iced for $3) to their class teacher no later than Friday 28 May. Students who have ordered their donut will be able to collect them at recess in the Primary Forum on 3 June. A yummy way to support a very worthy cause J.

 

The Arts & Academic Festival is back!

Our traditional A&A Festival will be back in Week 11 this term J! All Year 1 to Year 6 students are welcome to enter as many competitions as they wish. Entry forms will be available from TOMORROW (Wednesday 12 May) in the Primary Forum from 3PM onwards. Looking forward to seeing our students shine in Week 11!

 

Staff Carpark

A reminder that parents are not permitted to park in the staff carpark as staff members need to be able to access parking bays throughout the day. We thank you for your support.

 

Children’s University – May Challenge

The Eurovision Song Contest held this month is an international song competition organised annually by the European Broadcasting Union which features participants representing primarily European countries. Film or record yourself performing your entry for the Eurovision Song Contest!  Your entry could be an original composition or a cover version of a favourite song. For that full-on Eurovision feel your entry will need great vocals, amazing costumes and killer moves!!   Show your finished clip to your in-school CU coordinator, or upload in the Portal, for a stamp and up to two hours in your Passport.

Next passport signing session:  Thursday 13 May in the library at lunch time.

 

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