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Uniform

Sport uniform is Tuesdays and Thursdays with Friday optional for Golden Time

Week 1

Year 5/6 Home Inquiry

This week coming students are encouraged to inquire/participate into the following at home  . . .

  • Reading (minimum 10 minutes each night)
  • Sharing the Planet discussion starters

How does climate and changes in climate effect what we do (activities/clothing/food/vocation…)?

  • What did you learn at the zoo about biomes, adaption and the life within different biomes?
  • We encourage students to be working on learning multiplication tables.

In the coming week, we are introducing diaries to record home inquiry. We will work through our expectations with the students and communicate these with you. We will be checking them each Friday to view the student’s recording. The use of diaries has been a response to parents requesting that children develop skills in organisation, taking responsibility and, for Year 6s, preparing for exhibition.


If you have not done so already, could you please book in for Student Led Conferences that are being held next week? The students are working on preparing for this event.

Our excursion to the zoo will be on Monday. Students are asked to bring:

  • A backpack to share with a partner
  • Fruit, recess and lunch packed in disposable bags – please don’t bring any money as there will not be an opportunity to purchase
  • Water bottle
  • iPad fully charged – possibly in a plastic bag if rain is forecast
  • rain jacket with hood/hat if rain is forecast
  • Formal uniform

 

We have had a busy start to the term! The students have been involved in:

  • Inquiry: We began the term looking at the world map and moved onto looking at biomes – the climatic regions of the world. At the zoo, we will be exploring the animals in different habitats within biomes. We will also be looking at how zoos recreate the conditions of a biome for their animals along with inquiring into the life within a rainforest. We hope that the day will promote a strong basis of understanding for the inquiry to follow.
  • Christian Studies: This week we looked at creation to begin our inquiry into how God calls us to be stewards of the earth.
  • Maths: The cluster has been working undertake mathematical operations using decimals.

 

Today, the cluster met together with Adam, the designer of the nature play area. Adam talked about the benefits of nature play. He then gathered responses from the students relating to why nature play is important, the activities they enjoyed in nature and the questions they might have about a dedicated nature play area.

  • Assembly – Classes sharing this week will be 1L/4P/Assembly is held in the Worship Centre at 2:30 on Monday.  All welcome. Year 5/6 are on excursion.

 

  • Skoolbag App – Skoolbag has not being utilized to its full potential over the past year, due to it not being compatible with our new website.  Therefore, the school has decided to withdraw its subscription.  Please note that all change of details (such as address or phone number etc) and/or absenteeism’s should be made through Edumate (via the Parent Portal on the school website), or by notifying the front office via phone, email or in person.  It is recommend the App be deleted from all devices. Thank you for understanding.

 

  • BOOK WEEK 2018 – “Find Your Treasure”
This term we are celebrating Book Week with a whole school Dress Up Day.  This will take place on Tuesday 21st August.  The theme is “Find Your Treasure”. The children can come dressed as a pirate (no swords please), but treasure doesn’t need to be pirate related, there’s also Indiana Jones, Aladdin and Egyptian themes, the options are endless!

 

 

  • P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience.  Saturday August 18 at 7:00pm.  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased using the Qkr! app or pay at the front office. Come along and try some international beer and wine and hear from a winemaker. Nibbles are provided and paella available to buy. There is an option to purchase drinks after tasting. Family and friends are welcome too.  More information can be found on the school website.

 

  • Found – Recently a small purse has been found on the circus playground.  If this is yours please contact front office 8282 6000.

 

  • Children of Christ (CC’s) save the dates for term 3 – August 10 disco, August 31 rotation night (jujitsu, dance and scouts) and September 21 Games 2 U

 

  • 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.

 

  • Golden Grove Lutheran Church Book Sale – 27 July.  Before and after Chapel.  Cash sales only.

 

Term 3 – Monday July 23 to Friday September 28

Week 1
Friday July 27 – Chapel at 8:50am in the Worship Centre – All welcome!

Week 2
Monday July 30 – P & F meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm
Tuesday July 31 – 4P Migration Museum excursion
Tuesday Jul 31 – Student Led Conferences from 3:30pm
Tuesday Jul 31 – ICAS English
Wednesday Aug 1 – Student Led Conferences from 3:30pm
Friday Aug 3 – 4S Migration Museum excursion
Friday Aug 3 – Connected Schools Enrichment Program

Week 3
Wednesday August 8 – Principal’s Tour 9:00am
Wednesday August 8 – Year 4 excursion to Campbelltown and Hahndorf
Thursday August 9 – Foundation excursion to SA Museum
Friday August 10 – CC’s Disco

Week 4
Monday August 13 – Endeavour College Band at 2:20pm (No Assembly)
Tuesday August 14 – School Photo Day
Tuesday August 14 – ICAS Maths
Wednesday August 15 – Year 2/3 cluster excursion to Wingfield Dump                                                  Friday August 17 – Connected School Worship at Endeavour College for Year 4-6
Saturday August 18 – P & F Beer & Wine Tasting Experience

Week 5
Monday August 20 – Book Week
Wednesday August 22 – MOT brekkie from 7:45am

Week 6
Friday August 31 – Father’s Day Stall
Friday August 31 – CC’s come and try night – Jujitsu, Hip Hop, Scouts
Sunday September 2 – Father’s Day

Week 7
Wednesday September 5 – P&F Mark LeMessurier workshop 7:00pm

Week 8
Monday September 10 – P & F meeting in the Staff Admin Building at 7:00pm
Wednesday September 12 – Year 4 Celebration of learning
Friday September 14 – Special Persons Afternoon (SPA)

Week 9
Friday September 21 – Games 2 U, Lazer tag and Games

Week 10
Friday September 28 – Term 3 concludes with closing chapel at 2:30pm

Week 2

Year 5/6 Home Inquiry

In Week 4, students are encouraged to inquire/participate into the following at home.

  • Reading (minimum 10 minutes each night)
  • Sharing the Planet

View different forms of media and/or discuss with parents, things that impact on different biomes. Be ready to share about things that have brought change to different environments in Australia and throughout the world

  • We encourage students to be working on learning multiplication tables. As we begin to look at the maths of budgets, discuss how families manage budgets and prioritise spending.

Just a few reminders to add your cluster newsletters collated from the past week

 

 

  • MONDAY: Assembly – There will be no assembly week 4.  The Endeavour College band will be performing from 2:20pm.  All welcome.

 

  • TUESDAY: School/Sport photos – Any student that has participated in SAPSASA sport or any school sport team ie cricket, basketball etc. will be having their photo taken the same day as school photos (Tuesday August 14).  This will require students to be dressed in their formal uniform. While we are in a transition time for uniform, where possible, could students please wear ties and girls wear white shirts.

 

Could students involved in SAPSASA Netball please begin their sports uniform on Tuesday.

 

Year 6 students are asked to bring their Year 6 tops for the Year 6 group photo.

 

  • FRIDAY: We will have a very busy day on Friday with students heading off to SAPSASA netball and the remainder of the students joining the Year 4s at Endeavour College for Connected Schools Worship. Thank you to all students who tried out for netball. The 20 students who have been chosen for the teams have given up lunchtimes to practise. Thanks you for your commitment. Thank you also to the 9 Year 4-6 students who have given their time to practise for leading sections of the Connected Schools Worship.

 

  • BOOK WEEK 2018 – “Find Your Treasure”
This term we are celebrating Book Week with a whole school Dress Up Day.  This will take place on Tuesday 21st August.  The theme is “Find Your Treasure”. The children can come dressed as a pirate (no swords please), but treasure doesn’t need to be pirate related, there’s also Indiana Jones, Aladdin and Egyptian themes, the options are endless!

 

 

  • P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience – Saturday August 18 at 7:00pm.  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased using the Qkr! app or pay at the front office. Come along and try some international beer and wine and hear from a winemaker. Nibbles are provided and paella available to buy. There is an option to purchase drinks after tasting. Family and friends are welcome too.  More information can be found on the school website.  Ticket sales close 10th August at 4pm.

 

  • Children of Christ (CC’s) Come’n try, August 31 – more information can be found on the school website.  Cost is $5 for the night.  Bookings are essential and can be made at the front office or via the Qkr! App.  More information about the Qkr! App including Q&A.

 

  • Ridgehaven Scout Group, situated on the corner of Milne Road and Penny Street, at Ridgehaven has vacancies for boys and girls. Joeys Ages 5-7, Cubs Ages 8-11, Scouts Ages 11-15, Venturers Ages 15-18.  For more information contact the Group Leader, Val Mott Mobile:  0423187749, Email:  valmott@senet.com.au. Your child is entitled to three free sessions.

 

  • UNIFORM MATTERS

The following items are currently on sale in the uniform shop:

Wool Jumpers – selling at cost price ($55-$60)

Ties – reduced to $13

White shirts with logo reduced to $15

White shirts without logo reduced to $15

Microfibre trackpants reduced to $44

Pinafores reduced to $62

Maroon sport jackets reduced to $58

 

  • Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) 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.

 

 

School calendar (this can be found on the school website http://www.goldengrove.sa.edu.au/calendar/

 

 

 

 

 

Term 3 – Monday July 23 to Friday September 28

Week 4
Monday August 13 – Endeavour College Band at 2:20pm (No Assembly)
Tuesday August 14 – School Photo Day
Tuesday August 14 – ICAS Maths
Wednesday August 15 – Year 2/3 cluster excursion to Wingfield Dump
Friday August 17 – Year 4-6 at Endeavour College for Connected Schools Worship and activities 10:00am-12:00pm
Friday August 17 – Year 4-6 selected seniors at SAPSASA Netball Courts
Saturday August 18 – P & F Beer & Wine Tasting Experience

Week 5
Monday August 20 – Book Week
Wednesday August 22 – MOT brekkie from 7:45am

Week 6
Friday August 31 – Father’s Day Stall
Friday August 31 – CC’s come and try night – Jujitsu, Hip Hop, Scouts
Sunday September 2 – Father’s Day

Week 7
Monday September 3 – Foundation classes excursion to Tea Tree Gully Museum
Wednesday September 5 – P & F Mark LeMessurier workshop 7:00pm

Week 8
Monday September 10 – P & F meeting in the Staff Admin Building at 7:00pm
Wednesday September 12 – Year 4 Celebration of learning
Friday September 14 – Special Persons Afternoon (SPA)

Week 9
Thursday September 20 – Year 1 Celebration of learning
Friday September 21 – Games 2 U, Lazer tag and Games

Week 10
Friday September 28 – Term 3 concludes with closing chapel at 2:30pm

 

Week 3

Year 5/6 Home Inquiry

In Week 4, students are encouraged to inquire/participate into the following at home.

  • Reading (minimum 10 minutes each night)
  • Sharing the Planet

View different forms of media and/or discuss with parents, things that impact on different biomes. Be ready to share about things that have brought change to different environments in Australia and throughout the world

  • We encourage students to be working on learning multiplication tables. As we begin to look at the maths of budgets, discuss how families manage budgets and prioritise spending.

Just a few reminders to add your cluster newsletters collated from the past week

 

 

  • MONDAY: Assembly – There will be no assembly week 4.  The Endeavour College band will be performing from 2:20pm.  All welcome.

 

  • TUESDAY: School/Sport photos – Any student that has participated in SAPSASA sport or any school sport team ie cricket, basketball etc. will be having their photo taken the same day as school photos (Tuesday August 14).  This will require students to be dressed in their formal uniform. While we are in a transition time for uniform, where possible, could students please wear ties and girls wear white shirts.

 

Could students involved in SAPSASA Netball please begin their sports uniform on Tuesday.

 

Year 6 students are asked to bring their Year 6 tops for the Year 6 group photo.

 

  • FRIDAY: We will have a very busy day on Friday with students heading off to SAPSASA netball and the remainder of the students joining the Year 4s at Endeavour College for Connected Schools Worship. Thank you to all students who tried out for netball. The 20 students who have been chosen for the teams have given up lunchtimes to practise. Thanks you for your commitment. Thank you also to the 9 Year 4-6 students who have given their time to practise for leading sections of the Connected Schools Worship.

 

  • BOOK WEEK 2018 – “Find Your Treasure”
This term we are celebrating Book Week with a whole school Dress Up Day.  This will take place on Tuesday 21st August.  The theme is “Find Your Treasure”. The children can come dressed as a pirate (no swords please), but treasure doesn’t need to be pirate related, there’s also Indiana Jones, Aladdin and Egyptian themes, the options are endless!

 

 

  • P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience – Saturday August 18 at 7:00pm.  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased using the Qkr! app or pay at the front office. Come along and try some international beer and wine and hear from a winemaker. Nibbles are provided and paella available to buy. There is an option to purchase drinks after tasting. Family and friends are welcome too.  More information can be found on the school website.  Ticket sales close 10th August at 4pm.

 

  • Children of Christ (CC’s) Come’n try, August 31 – more information can be found on the school website.  Cost is $5 for the night.  Bookings are essential and can be made at the front office or via the Qkr! App.  More information about the Qkr! App including Q&A.

 

  • Ridgehaven Scout Group, situated on the corner of Milne Road and Penny Street, at Ridgehaven has vacancies for boys and girls. Joeys Ages 5-7, Cubs Ages 8-11, Scouts Ages 11-15, Venturers Ages 15-18.  For more information contact the Group Leader, Val Mott Mobile:  0423187749, Email:  valmott@senet.com.au. Your child is entitled to three free sessions.

 

  • UNIFORM MATTERS

The following items are currently on sale in the uniform shop:

Wool Jumpers – selling at cost price ($55-$60)

Ties – reduced to $13

White shirts with logo reduced to $15

White shirts without logo reduced to $15

Microfibre trackpants reduced to $44

Pinafores reduced to $62

Maroon sport jackets reduced to $58

 

  • Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) 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.

 

 

School calendar (this can be found on the school website http://www.goldengrove.sa.edu.au/calendar/

 

 

 

 

 

Term 3 – Monday July 23 to Friday September 28

Week 4
Monday August 13 – Endeavour College Band at 2:20pm (No Assembly)
Tuesday August 14 – School Photo Day
Tuesday August 14 – ICAS Maths
Wednesday August 15 – Year 2/3 cluster excursion to Wingfield Dump
Friday August 17 – Year 4-6 at Endeavour College for Connected Schools Worship and activities 10:00am-12:00pm
Friday August 17 – Year 4-6 selected seniors at SAPSASA Netball Courts
Saturday August 18 – P & F Beer & Wine Tasting Experience

Week 5
Monday August 20 – Book Week
Wednesday August 22 – MOT brekkie from 7:45am

Week 6
Friday August 31 – Father’s Day Stall
Friday August 31 – CC’s come and try night – Jujitsu, Hip Hop, Scouts
Sunday September 2 – Father’s Day

Week 7
Monday September 3 – Foundation classes excursion to Tea Tree Gully Museum
Wednesday September 5 – P & F Mark LeMessurier workshop 7:00pm

Week 8
Monday September 10 – P & F meeting in the Staff Admin Building at 7:00pm
Wednesday September 12 – Year 4 Celebration of learning
Friday September 14 – Special Persons Afternoon (SPA)

Week 9
Thursday September 20 – Year 1 Celebration of learning
Friday September 21 – Games 2 U, Lazer tag and Games

Week 10
Friday September 28 – Term 3 concludes with closing chapel at 2:30pm

 

Week 4

Year 5/6 Home Inquiry

In Week 5, students are encouraged to inquire/participate into the following at home.

  • Reading (minimum 10 minutes each night)
  • Sharing the Planet

The students will be working on their summative task that they will be introduced to on Monday.  We encourage students to discuss and develop their questions. They will also benefit from discussion and help in sourcing, interpreting and recording their findings as they research.

  • We encourage students to be working on learning multiplication tables. As we begin to look at the maths of budgets, discuss how families manage budgets and prioritise spending.

     

We have had another busy week culminating in two highlights – SAPSASA netball and Connected Schools Worship. Congratulations those students who participated in these events! We appreciate the students’ commitment to extra practices. We are thankful for students in netball who worked hard to improve their skills. We are thankful for students who led worship, learned their lines and took risks in their acting, dancing and singing! We are thankful for students who represent our GGLPS with enthusiasm and joy! Great job everybody.

 

We are looking forward to seeing the creative ideas that students have in relation to their Book Week costumes on Tuesday. Book Week is a wonderful time to share and reflect on the Australian Children’s literature.

 

  • Assembly – Classes sharing this week will be 1G/23W/56DZ.  Assembly is held in the Worship Centre at 2:30 on Monday.  All welcome.

 

  • Chapel – Friday 17th August led by Pastor Greg and Friday 24th November led by Foundation S

 

  • BOOK WEEK 2018 – “Find Your Treasure”
Book Week will take place this week on Tuesday 21st August.  The theme is “Find Your Treasure”. The children can come dressed as a pirate (no swords please), but treasure doesn’t need to be pirate related. There are also Indiana Jones, Aladdin and Egyptian themes! The options are endless!

 

 

  • MOT Breakfast Wednesday 22nd August – Egg and bacon muffins will be served from 7:45am until 8:30am.  Coffee may be purchased during this time.

 

 

  • Father’s Day Stall Friday 31st August – Gifts are $3 each and can be purchased through Qkr! or make exact payment to front office in an envelope marked with students name, class and amount of presents.

 

 

  • Date Night 7th September 6:00pm-9:00pm – GGOSH is available for children who are over 3 years of age and toilet trained.  Reservations are $5 per family and are essential as there are only 50 places available.  Payment and reservations can be made through Qkr! or through the front office.  Pizza and a movie will be provided.  Enter through the Fellowship Centre.  More information can be found on the school website.

 

  • P & F Beer and Wine Tasting Experience cancelled.  Refunds for tickets purchased through the front office may be collected during school hours.  Tickets purchased through Qkr! have been issued a refund through their linked credit card.

 

  • Ridgehaven Scout Group, situated on the corner of Milne Road and Penny Street, at Ridgehaven has vacancies for boys and girls. Joeys Ages 5-7, Cubs Ages 8-11, Scouts Ages 11-15, Venturers Ages 15-18.  For more information contact the Group Leader, Val Mott Mobile:  0423187749, Email:  valmott@senet.com.au. Your child is entitled to three free sessions.

 

  • UNIFORM MATTERS

The following items are currently on sale in the uniform shop:

Wool Jumpers – selling at cost price ($55-$60)

Ties – reduced to $13

White shirts with logo reduced to $15

White shirts without logo reduced to $15

Microfibre trackpants reduced to $44

Pinafores reduced to $62

Maroon sport jackets reduced to $58

 

  • Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) 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.

 

 

 

 

 

School calendar (this can be found on the school website http://www.goldengrove.sa.edu.au/calendar/

 

Term 3 – Monday July 23 to Friday September 28

Week 1
Monday July 23 – First day school for term 3
Friday July 27 – Chapel at 8:50am in the Worship Centre – All welcome!

Week 2
Monday July 30 – P & F meeting in the staff admin building at 7:00pm
Tuesday Jul 31 – 4P Migration Museum excursion
Tuesday Jul 31 – Student Led Conferences from 3:30pm
Tuesday Jul 31 – ICAS English
Wednesday Aug 1 – Student Led Conferences from 3:30pm
Friday Aug 3 – 4S Migration Museum excursion
Friday Aug 3 – Connected Schools Enrichment Program

Week 3
Wednesday August 8 – Principal’s Tour 9:00am
Wednesday August 8 – Year 4 excursion to Campbelltown and Hahndorf
Thursday August 9 – Foundation excursion to SA Museum
Friday August 10 – CC’s Disco

Week 4
Monday August 13 – Endeavour College Band at 2:20pm (No Assembly)
Tuesday August 14 – School Photo Day
Tuesday August 14 – ICAS Maths
Wednesday August 15 – Year 2/3 cluster excursion to Wingfield Dump
Friday August 17 – Year 4-6 at Endeavour College for Connected Schools Worship and activities 10:00am-12:00pm
Friday August 17 – Year 4-6 selected seniors at SAPSASA Netball
Saturday August 18 – P & F Beer & Wine Tasting Experience

Week 5
Monday August 20 – Book Week
Wednesday August 22 – MOT brekkie from 7:45am

Week 6
Friday August 31 – Father’s Day Stall
Friday August 31 – CC’s come and try night – Jujitsu, Hip Hop, Scouts
Sunday September 2 – Father’s Day

Week 7
Monday September 3 – Foundation classes excursion to Tea Tree Gully Museum
Wednesday September 5 – P & F Mark LeMessurier workshop 7:00pm

Week 8
Monday September 10 – P & F meeting in the Staff Admin Building at 7:00pm
Wednesday September 12 – Year 4 Celebration of learning 6:00pm-7:00pm
Friday September 14 – Special Persons Afternoon (SPA)

Week 9
Thursday September 20 – Year 1 Celebration of learning
Friday September 21 – Games 2 U, Lazer tag and Games

Week 10
Friday September 28 – Term 3 concludes with closing chapel at 2:30pm


Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Year 5/6 Home Inquiry

  • In Week 7, students are encouraged to inquire/participate into the following at home.
  • Reading (minimum 10 minutes each night)
  • UOI – tuning in discussions about science and technology. What areas of science are of interest to you? Where do we see science around the home? Record some examples. What are some questions that you have about this subject area?
  • UOI – Students can reflect on previous units in HTWW. What did you learn? Discover? Think about?
  • Spend time with Dad, Stepdad and/or Grandpa.

  • UOI
    We have wrapped up our sharing the planet unit this week, demonstrating our understandings in the form of a summative task, which look creative and reflect effort and thought. Students will be assessed on this task and the whole unit and this information will be posted on Seesaw. Teachers will moderate tasks, to ensure consistency and parity across classes.

This coming week, students will begin ‘How the World Works’ (HTWW). This unit is the exhibition unit for grade 6. There will be a modified timetable starting next week, until the end of week 3. Students will remain in their home class and then split for their HTWW sessions from lunchtime. Grade 5 students will be working with Mrs. Zadow, Miss Dametto and Mrs. Hannah. Year 6 students will be working with Mrs. Dancis and Mr. Napier.  The division between these two classes will be open during this time.

 

  • Sports uniform: Netball clinics will be held on Mondays for the remainder of the term. This will be their cluster PE time, normally held on Thursdays. Therefore, PE uniform will be required on Mondays, Tuesdays and optional on Fridays.

 

  • Canteen update – From this Friday (31st August) the canteen will no longer serve recess.  The canteen have no other option as they are inundated with orders and not enough volunteers.  Apologies for any inconvenience.

 

  • Assembly – Classes sharing this week will be 1L/4P/56D.  Assembly is held in the Worship Centre at 2:30 on Monday.  All welcome.

 

  • Chapel – Friday 7th Sept led by 4P.

 

  • A friendly reminder to return confirmation of enrolment forms for 2019.

 

  • Parent information evening Wednesday 5th September at 7:00pm – Mark Le Messurier will present practical ideas to build healthy, resilient young people.  This is free for members of our community and tickets have now been release to the public at $10.00 each.  If you would like to come, please contact the front office and we will arrange for your free ticket. Tickets are essential.

 

  • Date Night 7th September 6:00pm-9:00pm – GGOSH is available for children who are over 3 years of age and toilet trained.  Reservations are $5 per family and are essential as there are only 50 places available.  Payment and reservations can be made through Qkr! or through the front office.  Pizza and a movie will be provided.  Enter through the Fellowship Centre.  More information can be found on the school website.

 

 

  • UNIFORM MATTERS

The following items are currently on sale in the uniform shop:

Wool Jumpers – selling at cost price ($55-$60)

Ties – reduced to $13

White shirts with logo reduced to $15

White shirts without logo reduced to $15

Microfibre trackpants reduced to $44

Pinafores reduced to $62

Maroon sport jackets reduced to $58

 

  • Golden Grove Lutheran Church (GGLC) 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.

 

 

School calendar – The annual school calendar can be found on the school website http://www.goldengrove.sa.edu.au/calendar/

 

Term 3 – Monday July 23 to Friday September 28

Week 6
Friday August 31 – Father’s Day Stall
Friday August 31 – CC’s come and try night – Jujitsu, Hip Hop, Scouts
Sunday September 2 – Father’s Day

Week 7
Wednesday September 5 – P & F Mark LeMessurier workshop 7:00pm

Week 8
Monday September 10 – Foundation classes excursion to Tea Tree Gully Museum
Monday September 10 – P & F meeting in the Staff Admin Building at 7:00pm
Wednesday September 12 – Year 4 Celebration of learning 6:00pm-7:00pm
Friday September 14 – Special Persons Afternoon (SPA) Last day for Mrs. Hannah.

Week 9
Thursday September 20 – Year 1 Celebration of learning
Friday September 21 – Games 2 U, Lazer tag and Games

Week 10
Friday September 28 – Term 3 concludes with closing chapel at 2:30pm

 

Spend time with Dad, Stepdad and/or Grandpa.


 

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