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Uniform

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays formal uniform.

Wednesdays and Fridays students wear sport uniform.

Week 2

Welcome Back! – It has been wonderful to see the students make a great start to term 2. We look forward to an exciting term of learning with the students.

Monday Assembly at 2.30pm – You are welcome to come along to Monday Assembly each week and see what is happening around the school. As a celebration of achievement or attitude, children are presented with awards each week at Assembly. When your child receives an award we will let you know and you are welcome to come along. This week the Year 1G class will be sharing at Assembly. Year 2/3W and 5/6Z will also be sharing.

Mother’s Day Stall – May 11 – For more information click here and to register click here

Ultimate School Disco – For more information click here and to register click here

CC’s Family Movie Night – For more information click here and to register click here

Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) playgroup – Playgroup is run each Friday of the school term by ChildSafe volunteers of GGLC and is open to all within our church, school and wider community.  Playgroup begins at 9:30am with mainly music, followed by a fruit snack and playtime.  Gold coin donation.

Take home bags – Please make sure your child comes to school each day with a take home bag that includes their reading log book, sight words and Jolly words.

 

Readers – It has been great to see students are excited about their reading and are being very responsible in changing them each day. Just a reminder the reader room is open from 8.35 – 8.50am. Please ensure your child is at school on time so they can borrow readers and read in the mornings before 9.00am.

 

Jolly Words – Please check your child’s take home bag each day and practise the Jolly words as often as possible.

 

Sight words – Please practise the words in the ‘words to learn’ bag regularly.

 

News talks/Sharing – Share some facts and an opinion about something you are interested in. Examples include a sport, animal or person. We have been learning how to write information reports. Information reports are full of facts. Students have been learning the difference between facts and opinions.

 

Parent Helpers- The year 1 classes continue to need parent helpers to help test students on their Jolly words and sight words. Please let the class teacher know if you can help out. Any help would be great!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Term 2: Week 2 program

Our week of learning

 

  • Literacy Group Rotations:

Guided Reading- Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text)

Writing – Recount (First, then, next, finally)

– Information report writing (Structure)

Word play – Initial blends and tricky words

Jolly Grammar – Short and long vowels

 

  • Maths Focus:
  • Subtraction
  • Fractions
  • Grouping objects

 

  • Christian Studies:

Central Idea: The Bible offers direction to people

LOI 2: Organization of the Bible

The Year 1’s will be continuing to investigate how the Bible is organised and the different parts of the Bible.

 

  • Unit of Inquiry: Who we are

Central Idea: Our attitudes and values influence our interactions with others

LOI 2: Different ways to interact with others

Students will be exploring how we use body language, facial expressions and voice to communicate with others.

 

 

 

Have a great week

Amber Lownds and Sally Garrett

 

 

Term 2 – Monday April 30 to Friday June 29

Week 1
Monday April 30 – First day school for term 2
Wednesday May 2 – Friday May 4 Year 4 camp at Aldinga

Week 2
Monday May 7 P & F meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm
Tuesday May 8 Excursion 2/3W to Woolworths and Golden Grove Recreation Park (11:00am-12:45pm)
Thursday May 10 Excursion 2/3P to Woolworths and Golden Grove Recreation Park (11:00am-12:45pm)
Sunday May 13 Mother’s Day

Week 3
Monday May 14 Foundation Classes at Golden Fields Playground from 11:30am-1:30pm
Tuesday May 15 – Friday May 18 NAPLAN
Tuesday May 15 Excursion 2/3SP to Woolworths and Golden Grove Recreation Park (11:00am-12:45pm)
Wednesday May 16 Principal’s Tour at 9:00am
Friday May 18 National Walk Safely to School Day

Week 4
Tuesday May 22 year 4-6 Christian Studies Worship at Endeavour College 10:00am
Wednesday May 23 National Simultaneous Storytime – Hickory Dickory Dash at 11am
Friday May 25 Children of Christ Movie Night in the Worship Centre from 6:30pm

Week 5
Book Fair Week
Monday May 28 Connected Schools Enrichment Program at GGLPS
Wednesday May 30 MOT brekkie from 7:45am
Friday May 31 Foundation celebration of learning

Week 6
Monday Jun 4 Camp Quality Puppet Show on June 4th ( in Worship Centre). Parents are welcome to attend. F-2 11:00am-11:30am and year 3-6 11:45am-12:15pm
Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm
Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm
Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm
Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm

Week 7
Monday Jun 11 Public Holiday Queen’s Birthday
Friday Jun 15 Children of Christ Bowling Night at Bowl Land Salisbury from 6:30pm

Week 8 
Monday June 18 P & F Meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm
School photos

Week 9
Friday June 29 Red Nose Day

 

Week 3

Welcome Back! – It has been wonderful to see the students make a great start to term 2. We look forward to an exciting term of learning with the students.

Monday Assembly at 2.30pm – You are welcome to come along to Monday Assembly each week and see what is happening around the school. As a celebration of achievement or attitude, children are presented with awards each week at Assembly. When your child receives an award we will let you know and you are welcome to come along. This week the Year 1L class will be sharing at Assembly.

Old items – This term the Year one classes will be inquiring into the past and present. We would love to have displays in our rooms of objects that are from the past. If you have any ‘old’ items that you would be willing to let us borrow for the term, please send them along with your child. Please consider bringing items that the students can touch and investigate. Items could include old toys, old household items, old school items, etc.

Ultimate School Disco – For more information click here and to register click here

 

CC’s Family Movie Night – For more information click here and to register click here

 

Introducing QKR – Qkr (pronounced ‘quicker’) is available now to download from the APP Store or Google Play.  QKR is an APP designed to let you order and pay for a variety of school items securely, and will include canteen orders (coming soon) and other items.  This alleviates the need to bring correct cash to school and allows you to order at a time and place that suits you.  With QKR, you’ll receive your receipts on the app and have the option to receive them via email.  It’s quick and easy, and once set up takes a short amount of time to make purchase at the click of a button.  Links are provided on the website to help you get started.

 

Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) playgroup – Playgroup is run each Friday of the school term by ChildSafe volunteers of GGLC and is open to all within our church, school and wider community.  Playgroup begins at 9:30am with mainly music, followed by a fruit snack and playtime.  Gold coin donation.

Take home bags – Please make sure your child comes to school each day with a take home bag that includes their reading log book, sight words and Jolly words.

 

Readers – It has been great to see students are excited about their reading and are being very responsible in changing them each day. Just a reminder the reader room is open from 8.35 – 8.50am. Please ensure your child is at school on time so they can borrow readers and read in the mornings before 9.00am.

 

Jolly Words – Please check your child’s take home bag each day and practise the Jolly words as often as possible.

 

Sight words – Please practise the words in the ‘words to learn’ bag regularly.

 

News talks/Sharing – Share some facts and an opinion about something you are interested in. Examples include a sport, animal or person. We have been learning how to write information reports. Information reports are full of facts. Students have been learning the difference between facts and opinions.

 

Parent Helpers- The year 1 classes continue to need parent helpers to help test students on their Jolly words and sight words. Please let the class teacher know if you can help out. Any help would be great!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Term 2: Week 2 program

Our week of learning

 

  • Literacy Group Rotations:

Guided Reading- Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text)

Writing – Recount (First, then, next, finally)

– Information report writing (Structure)

Word play – magic ‘e’ words (a_e)

Jolly Grammar – magic ‘e’ words and verbs

 

  • Maths Focus:
  • Subtraction
  • Fractions
  • Time

 

  • Christian Studies:

Central Idea: The Bible offers direction to people

LOI 2: Organization of the Bible

The Year 1’s will be continuing to investigate how the Bible is organised and the different parts of the Bible.

 

  • Unit of Inquiry: Who we are

Central Idea: Our attitudes and values influence our interactions with others

LOI 2: Different ways to interact with others

Students will be exploring how we use body language, facial expressions and voice to communicate with others.

 

 

 

Have a great week

Amber Lownds and Sally Garrett

 

 

Term 2 – Monday April 30 to Friday June 29

Week 3
Monday May 14 Foundation Classes at Golden Fields Playground from 11:30am-1:30pm
Tuesday May 15 – Friday May 18 NAPLAN
Tuesday May 15 Excursion 2/3SP to Woolworths and Golden Grove Recreation Park (11:00am-12:45pm)
Wednesday May 16 Principal’s Tour at 9:00am
Friday May 18 National Walk Safely to School Day

Week 4
Tuesday May 22 year 4-6 Christian Studies Worship at Endeavour College 10:00am
Wednesday May 23 National Simultaneous Storytime – Hickory Dickory Dash at 11am
Friday May 25 Children of Christ Movie Night in the Worship Centre from 6:30pm

Week 5
Book Fair Week
Monday May 28 Connected Schools Enrichment Program at GGLPS
Wednesday May 30 MOT brekkie from 7:45am
Friday May 31 Foundation celebration of learning

Week 6
Monday Jun 4 Camp Quality Puppet Show on June 4th ( in Worship Centre). Parents are welcome to attend. F-2 11:00am-11:30am and year 3-6 11:45am-12:15pm
Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm
Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm
Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm
Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm

Week 7
Monday Jun 11 Public Holiday Queen’s Birthday
Friday Jun 15 Children of Christ Bowling Night at Bowl Land Salisbury from 6:30pm

Week 8 
Monday June 18 P & F Meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm
School photos

Week 9
Friday June 29 Red Nose Day

 

 

Week 4

Monday Assembly at 2.30pm – You are welcome to come along to Monday Assembly each week and see what is
happening around the school. As a celebration of achievement or attitude, children are presented with awards each week at
Assembly. When your child receives an award we will let you know and you are welcome to come along. This week the
FB, 2/3P and 4S classes will be sharing at Assembly.

Old items – This term the Year one classes will be inquiring into the past and present. We would love to have displays in
our rooms of objects that are from the past. If you have any ‘old’ items that you would be willing to let us borrow for the
term, please send them along with your child. Please consider bringing items that the students can touch and investigate.
Items could include old toys, old household items, old school items, etc.

Year 1 Excursion to Uleybury School Museum – Both Year 1 classes will be visiting the Uleybury School Museum on
Thursday 24th May. Please refer to the email sent home for details of the day and send back consent forms ASAP.

Neuro Ed – Please note that 1L will be participating in a Neuro Education lesson (learning to ‘Be the boss of your brain’)
run by Jody Kriewaldt on Monday afternoon during Assembly and therefore will not be attending Assembly in week 4. 1G
will be participating in the same lesson on Friday afternoon in week 4.

School Uniform: Please note that there is a letter attached concerning the school uniform. Thanks.

Ultimate School Disco – This Friday night. We are certainly looking forward to a great night!! Access to the disco will
be through the GGOSH gate entrance and then in through the ‘Fellowship Centre’. GGOSH users please note that you
will need to sign your children out of GGOSH and then sign in for the disco (GGOSH staff will not be able to do that for
you).

NATIONAL SIMULTANEOUS STORY TIME – This will take place in the Worship Centre on Wednesday 23rd May
straight after recess. The book this year is called “Hickory Dickory Dash” by Tony Wilson.
CC’s Family Movie Night – 25 May For more information click here and/or register here. RSVP by close of business
May 23.

BOOK FAIR – Our annual book fair is on again this month. Brochures are going home this Thursday (17th May). The
fair will be open for sales from Tuesday 29th May through to Monday 4th June.

SAVE THE DATE – 11th August – P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience. More information will follow in the
coming weeks.

Introducing Qkr! – Qkr! (pronounced ‘quicker’) is available now to download from the APP Store or Google Play. QKR
is an APP designed to let you order and pay for canteen orders and other items in the near future. This alleviates the need
to bring correct cash to school and allows you to order at a time and place that suits you. With Qkr!, you’ll receive your
receipts on the app and have the option to receive them via email. It’s quick and easy, and once set up takes a short
amount of time to make purchase at the click of a button. Links are provided on the website to help you get started,
together with frequently asked questions and tips.

Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) playgroup – Playgroup is run each Friday of the school term by ChildSafe
volunteers of GGLC and is open to all within our church, school and wider community. Playgroup begins at 9:30am with
mainly music, followed by a fruit snack and playtime. Gold coin donation.

Take home bags – Please make sure your child comes to school each day with a take home bag that includes their reading
log book, sight words and Jolly words.

Readers – It has been great to see students excited about their reading and are being very responsible in changing them
each day. Just a reminder the reader room is open from 8.35 – 8.50am. Please ensure your child is at school on time so they
can borrow readers and read in the mornings before 9.00am.

Jolly Words – Please check your child’s take home bag each day and practise the Jolly words as often as possible.

Sight words – Please practise the words in the ‘words to learn’ bag regularly.

News talks/Sharing – Fractions – Where do you see or use fractions at home or in the community?

Parent Helpers- The year 1 classes continue to need parent helpers to help test students on their Jolly words and sight
words. Please let the class teacher know if you can help out. Any help would be great!

Term 2: Week 4 program
Our week of learning

  • Literacy Group Rotations:
    Guided Reading- Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text)
    Writing – Recount (First, then, next, finally)
    – Information report writing (Structure)
    Word play – magic ‘e’ words (i_e)
    Jolly Grammar – verbs
  • Maths Focus:
    – Time (Reading o’clock and half past times on an analogue clock and time durations)
    – Number
  • Christian Studies:
    Central Idea: The Bible offers direction to people
    LOI 2: Organization of the Bible
    The Year 1’s will be continuing to investigate how the Bible is organised and the different parts of the Bible.
  • Unit of Inquiry: Where we are in place and time
    Central Idea: Changes occur over time
    LOI 2: An inquiry into past and present
    Students will be inquiring into the words past, present and future.

Have a great week
Amber Lownds and Sally Garrett

 

Term 2 – Monday April 30 to Friday June 29
Week 3
Wednesday May 16 Principal’s Tour at 9:00am
Thursday May 17 Foundation Classes at Golden Fields Playground from 11:30am-1:30pm
Friday May 18 National Walk Safely to School Day
Friday May 18 P & F Disco
Week 4
Wednesday May 23 National Simultaneous Storytime – Hickory Dickory Dash at 11am
Thursday May 24 year 1 excursion 9:00am-2:30pm Uleybury
Friday May 25 CC’s Family Movie Night in the Worship Centre from 6:30pm
Week 5
Book Fair Week Tuesday May 29 – Monday June 4
Wednesday May 30 MOT brekkie from 7:45am
Week 6
Monday Jun 4 Camp Quality Puppet Show on June 4th ( in Worship Centre). Parents are welcome to attend. F-2
11:00am-11:30am and year 3-6 11:45am-12:15pm
Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm year 4
Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm
Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm year 5 and year 6
Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm
Week 7
Monday Jun 11 Public Holiday Queen’s Birthday
Tuesday Jun 12 Term 3 students first visit and orientation for parents
Thursday June 14 ICAS writing
Friday Jun 15 Children of Christ Bowling Night at Bowl Land Salisbury from 6:30pm
Week 8
Monday June 18 P & F Meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm
Tuesday Jun 19 Term 3 students second visit
Thursday Jun 21 Foundation celebration of learning from 5:00pm
Week 9
Tuesday Jun 26 Term 3 students third visit
Friday June 29 Red Nose Day

Week 5

Year 1 Excursion to Uleybury School Museum – Both Year one classes had a fantastic time at the Uleybury School Museum today. There was so much to learn, see and do and we hope that your child has shared the experience with you. Thank you to all the parent volunteers that came along.

Monday Assembly at 2.30pm – You are welcome to come along to Monday Assembly each week and see what is happening around the school. As a celebration of achievement or attitude, children are presented with awards each week at Assembly. When your child receives an award we will let you know and you are welcome to come along.

Old items – This term the Year one classes will be inquiring into the past and present. We would love to have displays in our rooms of objects that are from the past. If you have any ‘old’ items that you would be willing to let us borrow for the term, please send them along with your child. Please consider bringing items that the students can touch and investigate. Items could include old toys, old household items, old school items, etc.

Neuro Ed – Due to a reschedule of times, please note that 1L will be participating in a Neuro Education lesson (learning to ‘Be the boss of your brain’) run by Jody Kriewaldt on Monday afternoon during Assembly and therefore will not be attending Assembly in week 5. 1G will be participating in the same lesson on Friday afternoon in week 4.

Ultimate School Disco – Thank you to the P & F for organizing and running this event.

CC’s Family Movie Night – 25 May at 6:30pm in the Worship Centre.

LLL Banking – Next week (29th May) will be the last week of banking prior to the books being sent away to have their interest added. Banking will recommence on Tuesday 12th June.

BOOK FAIR – Our annual book fair is on again. The fair will be open for sales from Tuesday 29th May through to Monday 4th June.

SAVE THE DATE – 11th August – P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience. More information will follow in the coming weeks.
Introducing Qkr! – Qkr! (pronounced ‘quicker’) is available now to download from the APP Store or Google Play. QKR is an APP designed to let you order and pay for canteen orders and other items in the near future. This alleviates the need to bring correct cash to school and allows you to order at a time and place that suits you. With Qkr!, you’ll receive your receipts on the app and have the option to receive them via email. It’s quick and easy, and once set up takes a short amount of time to make purchase at the click of a button. Links are provided on the website to help you get started, together with frequently asked questions and tips.

Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) playgroup – Playgroup is run each Friday of the school term by ChildSafe volunteers of GGLC and is open to all within our church, school and wider community. Playgroup begins at 9:30am with mainly music, followed by a fruit snack and playtime. Gold coin donation.

Take home bags – Please make sure your child comes to school each day with a take home bag that includes their reading log book, sight words and Jolly words.

Readers – It has been great to see students excited about their reading and are being very responsible in changing them each day. Just a reminder the reader room is open from 8.35 – 8.50am. Please ensure your child is at school on time so they can borrow readers and read in the mornings before 9.00am.

Jolly Words – Please check your child’s take home bag each day and practise the Jolly words as often as possible.

Sight words – Please practise the words in the ‘words to learn’ bag regularly.

News talks/Sharing – Fractions – Where do you see or use fractions at home or in the community?

Parent Helpers- The year 1 classes continue to need parent helpers to help test students on their Jolly words and sight words. Please let the class teacher know if you can help out. Any help would be great!

Term 2: Week 5 program
Our week of learning

Literacy Group Rotations: Guided Reading- Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) Writing – Recount (First, then, next, finally) – Information report writing (Structure) Word play – magic ‘e’ words (o_e) Jolly Grammar – verbs

Maths Focus: – Time (Reading o’clock and half past times on an analogue clock and time durations) – Number
Christian Studies: Central Idea: The Bible offers direction to people LOI 2: Organization of the Bible The Year 1’s will be continuing to investigate how the Bible is organised and the different parts of the Bible.

Unit of Inquiry: Where we are in place and time Central Idea: Changes occur over time LOI 2: An inquiry into past and present Students will be inquiring into the words past, present and future.
Have a great week

Amber Lownds and Sally Garrett

Term 2 – Monday April 30 to Friday June 29
Week 4 Wednesday May 23 National Simultaneous Storytime – Hickory Dickory Dash at 11am Thursday May 24 year 1 excursion 9:00am-2:30pm Uleybury Friday May 25 CC’s Family Movie Night in the Worship Centre from 6:30pm
Week 5 Book Fair Week Tuesday May 29 – Monday June 4 Wednesday May 30 MOT brekkie from 7:45am Week 6 Monday Jun 4 Camp Quality Puppet Show on June 4th (in Worship Centre). Parents are welcome to attend. F-2 11:00am-11:30am and year 3-6 11:45am-12:15pm Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm year 4 Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical matinee at 12:00pm year 5 and year 6 Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm
Week 7 Monday Jun 11 Public Holiday Queen’s Birthday Tuesday Jun 12 Term 3 students first visit and orientation for parents Thursday June 14 ICAS writing Friday Jun 15 Children of Christ Bowling Night at Bowl Land Salisbury from 6:30pm
Week 8 Monday June 18 P & F Meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm Tuesday Jun 19 Term 3 students second visit Thursday Jun 21 Foundation celebration of learning from 5:00pm
Week 9 Tuesday Jun 26 Term 3 students third visit Friday June 29 Red Nose Day

Week 6

Monday Assembly at 2.30pm – You are welcome to come along to Monday Assembly each week and see what is happening around the school. As a celebration of achievement or attitude, children are presented with awards each week at Assembly. When your child receives an award we will let you know and you are welcome to come along. Classes sharing this week will be Instrumental students. Assembly is held in the Worship Centre at 2:30pm on Monday.

Old items – The 1L class is desperate for items. If you have any ‘old’ items that you would be willing to let us borrow for the term, please send them along with your child. Please consider bringing items that the students can touch and investigate.

LLL Banking – This is the last week of banking prior to the books being sent away to have their interest added. Banking will recommence on Tuesday 12th June.

BOOK FAIR – Our annual book fair is on again and is open for sales through to Monday 4th June.

Camp Quality Puppet Performance (see attached information to parents) – Monday 4th June – F-2 at 11am (Approx. 30 mins) and 11:45am 3-7 (Approx. 60 mins). Puppeteers: Ezra & Abbie. Parents are welcome to attend.

July Vac Care Bookings for GGOSH are now open – The program can be found on the school website. All GGOSH bookings can be made online: carebookings.com.au You will need to register an account when booking for the first time. The booking code is Z7XKM. Bookings close Friday 22nd June at 12noon. Information about GGOSH can be found on the school website.

CC’s Bowling Night – June 15 – Only 24 spots are available. Please either pay via the Qkr! App or bring correct money to the front office in an envelope with students name/s. More information can be found on the school website.

SAVE THE DATE 11th August – P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience. More information will follow in the coming weeks.

Introducing Qkr! (pronounced ‘quicker’) – is available now to download from the APP Store or Google Play. QKR is an APP designed to let you order and pay for canteen orders and other items in the near future. This alleviates the need to bring correct cash to school and allows you to order at a time and place that suits you. With Qkr!, you’ll receive your receipts on the app and have the option to receive them via email. It’s quick and easy, and once set up takes a short amount of time to make purchase at the click of a button. Links are provided on the website to help you get started, together with frequently asked questions and tips.

Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) playgroup – Playgroup is run each Friday of the school term by ChildSafe volunteers of GGLC and is open to all within our church, school and wider community. Playgroup begins at 9:30am with mainly music, followed by a fruit snack and playtime. Gold coin donation.

Take home bags – Please make sure your child comes to school each day with a take home bag that includes their reading log book, sight words and Jolly words.

Readers – It has been great to see students excited about their reading and are being very responsible in changing them each day. Just a reminder the reader room is open from 8.35 – 8.50am. Please ensure your child is at school on time so they can borrow readers and read in the mornings before 9.00am.

Jolly Words – Please check your child’s take home bag each day and practise the Jolly words as often as possible.

Sight words – Please practise the words in the ‘words to learn’ bag regularly.

News talks/Sharing – Time – When do you use time? How many examples of time can you find at home?

Parent Helpers- The year 1 classes continue to need parent helpers to help test students on their Jolly words and sight words. Please let the class teacher know if you can help out. Any help would be great!

Term 2: Week 6 program
Our week of learning
Literacy Group Rotations: Guided Reading- Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) Writing – Recount (First, then, next, finally) – Information report writing (Structure) Word play – magic ‘e’ words (u_e) Jolly Grammar – verbs, past tense

Maths Focus: – Time (Reading o’clock and half past times on an analogue clock and time durations) – Number

Christian Studies: Central Idea: The Bible offers direction to people LOI 3: Aspects of the Bible that guides people The Year 1’s will be reflecting on how stories from the Old and New Testament guide people.

Unit of Inquiry: Where we are in place and time Central Idea: Changes occur over time LOI 2: An inquiry into past and present Students will be inquiring into the words past, present and future. We will be exploring what homes were like in the past.

Have a great week
Amber Lownds and Sally Garrett

Term 2 – Monday April 30 to Friday June 29
Week 5 Book Fair Week Tuesday May 29 – Monday June 4 Wednesday May 30 MOT brekkie from 7:45am Week 6 Monday Jun 4 Camp Quality Puppet Show on June 4th (in Worship Centre). Parents are welcome to attend. F-2 11:00am-11:30am and year 3-6 11:45am-12:15pm Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical matinee at 11.30am year 4 Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical matinee at 11.30am year 5/6 Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm
Week 7 Monday Jun 11 Public Holiday Queen’s Birthday Tuesday Jun 12 Term 3 students first visit and orientation for parents Wednesday June 13 ICAS Spelling and Thursday June 14 ICAS writing Friday Jun 15 Children of Christ Bowling Night at Bowl Land Salisbury from 6:30pm
Week 8 Monday June 18 P & F Meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm Tuesday Jun 19 Term 3 students second visit Thursday Jun 21 Foundation celebration of learning from 5:00pm
Week 9 Tuesday Jun 26 Term 3 students third visit Friday June 29 Red Nose Day

Week 7

Old items – The 1L class is desperate for items. If you have any ‘old’ items that you would be willing to let us borrow for the term, please send them along with your child. Please consider bringing items that the students can touch and investigate.

Survey – Every two years the school gathers data about different aspects of school life. All year 5 and 6 students, all families and staff are invited to participate in this survey titled ‘Quality Schools’. The survey, which is run in all Lutheran schools across Australia is facilitated by a third party. The data, gathered from the different stakeholders in the school, is analysed by the staff and School Council with strengths being celebrated and areas for growth becoming part of the school’s improvement plan. We also have the capacity to compare the 2018 data with that gathered in 2016; it is a rich way to gather data on the school. All families should have received an email from Dr Jean Thompson from RADII inviting you to anonymously participate in this year’s survey. If you have any problems with this (or did not receive it) please contact Tanya in the office. The students will complete their survey at school. The survey for parents closes on 24th June and there is only one survey per household. You are thanked in anticipation for your involvement in this. An executive summary will be provided to the school community next term.

No assembly this week due to Public Holiday – Queen’s birthday.

LLL Banking – Banking will recommence on Tuesday 12th June.

July Vac Care Bookings for GGOSH are now open – The program can be found on the school website. All GGOSH bookings can be made online: carebookings.com.au You will need to register an account when booking for the first time. The booking code is Z7XKM. Bookings close Friday 22nd June at 12noon. Information about GGOSH can be found on the school website.

CC’s Bowling Night – June 15 – Only 24 spots are available. Please either pay via the Qkr! App or bring correct money to the front office in an envelope with students name/s. More information can be found on the school website.

UNIFORM MATTERS – Please note that the uniform shop WILL NOT be open during the upcoming July holidays. Please ensure you have all your Term 3 uniform requirements before the end of this term. The uniform shop is open during school terms as follows: Monday 8.30am – 9.30am, Tuesday – Friday 8.45am – 9.30am, Friday 2.45pm – 3.15pm.

SAVE THE DATE 11th August – P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience. More information will follow in the coming weeks.

Introducing Qkr! (pronounced ‘quicker’) – is available now to download from the APP Store or Google Play. QKR is an APP designed to let you order and pay for canteen orders and other items in the near future. This alleviates the need to bring correct cash to school and allows you to order at a time and place that suits you. With Qkr!, you’ll receive your receipts on the app and have the option to receive them via email. It’s quick and easy, and once set up takes a short amount of time to make purchase at the click of a button. Links are provided on the website to help you get started, together with frequently asked questions and tips.

Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) playgroup – Playgroup is run each Friday of the school term by ChildSafe volunteers of GGLC and is open to all within our church, school and wider community. Playgroup begins at 9:30am with mainly music, followed by a fruit snack and playtime. Gold coin donation.

Take home bags – Please make sure your child comes to school each day with a take home bag that includes their reading log book, sight words and Jolly words.

Readers – It has been great to see students excited about their reading and are being very responsible in changing them each day. Just a reminder the reader room is open from 8.35 – 8.50am. Please ensure your child is at school on time so they can borrow readers and read in the mornings before 9.00am.

Jolly Words – Please check your child’s take home bag each day and practise the Jolly words as often as possible.

Sight words – Please practise the words in the ‘words to learn’ bag regularly.

News talks/Sharing – Time – When do you use time? How many examples of time/clocks can you find at home?

Parent Helpers- The year 1 classes continue to need parent helpers to help test students on their Jolly words and sight words. Please let the class teacher know if you can help out. Any help would be great!

Term 2: Week 7 program
Our week of learning
 Literacy Group Rotations: Guided Reading- Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) Writing – Recount (First, then, next, finally) – Information report writing (Structure) Word play – ‘wh’ words  Maths Focus: – Time (Reading o’clock and half past times on an analogue clock and time durations) – Number
 Christian Studies: Central Idea: The Bible offers direction to people LOI 3: Aspects of the Bible that guides people The Year 1’s will be reflecting on how stories from the Old and New Testament guide people.  Unit of Inquiry: Where we are in place and time Central Idea: Changes occur over time LOI 2: An inquiry into past and present Students will be inquiring into the words past, present and future. We will be exploring how transport has changed.

Have a great week
Amber Lownds and Sally Garrett

Term 2 – Monday April 30 to Friday June 29
Week 6 Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical matinee at 11:30am year 4 Thursday Jun 7 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical matinee at 11:30am year 5 and year 6 Friday Jun 8 Endeavour College musical at 6:00pm
Week 7 Monday Jun 11 Public Holiday Queen’s Birthday Tuesday Jun 12 Term 3 students first visit and orientation for parents Wednesday Jun 13 ICAS spelling Thursday June 14 ICAS writing Friday Jun 15 Children of Christ Bowling Night at Bowland Salisbury from 6:30pm
Week 8 Monday June 18 P & F Meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm Tuesday Jun 19 Term 3 students second visit Thursday Jun 21 Foundation Celebration of Learning Evening at 5:00pm
Week 9 Tuesday Jun 26 Term 3 students third visit Friday Jun 29 Red Nose Day

Week 8

Monday Assembly – Classes sharing this week will be Specialists and Choir. Assembly is held in the Worship Centre at 2:30 on Monday.

Old items –If you have any ‘old’ items that you would be willing to let us borrow for the term, please send them along with your child. Please consider bringing items that the students can touch and investigate. Items could include old toys, old household items, old school items, etc.

Feedback – We would love to hear any feedback you have about our morning reading program. At our information night in Term 1 we explained why we think reading on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings would be beneficial to students before they settle into morning activities. If you have any feedback to give us please do not hesitate to send through an email.

Quality Schools survey: During the last few weeks all school families received an invitation from Dr Jean Thompson (RADII), to complete a survey about the school; this survey is titled ‘Quality Schools’. I would encourage all school families to complete this survey so that we can gain data on your thoughts on the school. This data will inform future decision making.

SRC Fundraiser: On the 22 of June the SRC has organised a day to dress up as an animal or in green for a gold coin donation. The money is going to the Adelaide Zoo. The SRC have put up posters around the school about this event.

July Vac Care Bookings for GGOSH are now open – The program can be found on the school website. All GGOSH bookings can be made online: carebookings.com.au You will need to register an account when booking for the first time. The booking code is Z7XKM. Bookings close next Friday 22nd June at 12noon. Information about GGOSH can be found on the school website.

CC’s Bowling Night – June 15 at 6:30pm at Salisbury Bowland. More information can be found on the school website.

UNIFORM MATTERS – Please note that the uniform shop WILL NOT be open during the upcoming July holidays. Please ensure you have all your Term 3 uniform requirements before the end of this term. The uniform shop is open during school terms as follows: Monday 8.30am – 9.30am, Tuesday – Friday 8.45am – 9.30am, Friday 2.45pm – 3.15pm.

SAVE THE DATE 11th August – P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience. More information will follow in the coming weeks.

Introducing Qkr! (pronounced ‘quicker’) – is available now to download from the APP Store or Google Play. QKR is an APP designed to let you order and pay for canteen orders and other items in the near future. This alleviates the need to bring correct cash to school and allows you to order at a time and place that suits you. With Qkr!, you’ll receive your receipts on the app and have the option to receive them via email. It’s quick and easy, and once set up takes a short amount of time to make purchase at the click of a button. Links are provided on the website to help you get started, together with frequently asked questions and tips.

Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) playgroup – Playgroup is run each Friday of the school term by ChildSafe volunteers of GGLC and is open to all within our church, school and wider community. Playgroup begins at 9:30am with mainly music, followed by a fruit snack and playtime. Gold coin donation.

Take home bags – Please make sure your child comes to school each day with a take home bag that includes their reading log book, sight words and Jolly words.

Readers – It has been great to see students excited about their reading and are being very responsible in changing them each day. Just a reminder the reader room is open from 8.35 – 8.50am. Please ensure your child is at school on time so they can borrow readers and read in the mornings before 9.00am.

Jolly Words – Please check your child’s take home bag each day and practise the Jolly words as often as possible.

Sight words – Please practise the words in the ‘words to learn’ bag regularly.

News talks/Sharing – In the past – Talk to a Grandparent, parent, adult friend or relative about what they know about the past. What has changed? Examples might include, what they played with, how they got to school, what they did at school, what did they have in their homes?

Parent Helpers- The year 1 classes continue to need parent helpers to help test students on their Jolly words and sight words. Please let the class teacher know if you can help out. Any help would be great!

Term 2: Week 8 program
Our week of learning
 Literacy Group Rotations: Guided Reading- Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) Writing – Recount (First, then, next, finally) – Information report writing (Structure) Word play – ‘ay’, ‘ai’ sound  Maths Focus: – Time (Reading o’clock and half past times on an analogue clock and time durations) – Measurement
 Christian Studies: Central Idea: The Bible offers direction to people LOI 1: The purpose of the Bible  Unit of Inquiry: Where we are in place and time Central Idea: Changes occur over time LOI 2: An inquiry into past and present Students will be inquiring into the words past, present and future.

Have a great week
Amber Lownds and Sally Garrett

Term 2 – Monday April 30 to Friday June 29 * Please note there is a three week break between term 2 and 3. Term 3 commences Monday July 23 * More information regarding term dates can be found on the school website calendar
Week 7 Monday Jun 11 Public Holiday Queen’s Birthday Tuesday Jun 12 Term 3 students first visit and orientation for parents Wednesday Jun 13 ICAS spelling Thursday June 14 ICAS writing Friday Jun 15 Children of Christ Bowling Night at Bowland Salisbury from 6:30pm
Week 8 Monday June 18 P & F Meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm Tuesday Jun 19 Term 3 students second visit Thursday Jun 21 Foundation Celebration of Learning Evening at 5:00pm
Week 9 Tuesday Jun 26 Term 3 students third and final visit Friday Jun 29 Red Nose Day

 

 

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