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Sport Uniform

 

Year 1 students wear sports uniform each day

Year 2 students wear sports uniform on the following days;

  • 1/2C Tuesdays and Fridays
  • 1/2D Tuesdays and Fridays
  • 1/2F Tuesdays and Thursdays

Please note this page holds cluster information for current term.

 

Week 1

Year 1/2 2020 Newsletter

 

Term 2 Week 1


Home Inquiry Box

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

Reading your reader or library books or home books- Approx. 10 minutes each night, please record reading in your reading journals.

Sound of the week- See the weekly sound and spelling list below. Students can practise these in a variety of ways (look, say, cover, right, check. Chalk, whiteboard, magnetic letters-Get Creative!) The aim is to practise their words both written and orally. Have a go brainstorming other words that have the same sound.


Dear parents/carers,

 

Welcome back to Term 2. We hope everyone had a blessed, safe and healthy school holidays. Thank you for your support and understanding over the past few weeks during these uncertain times. At the end of last term, we farewelled Sue Prideaux, who served 38 years in the school community. We are excited to welcome Kayla Dametto back to our school community and as part of the 1/2 cluster, teaching in 1/2D.

 

We are thrilled to welcome back our students to school as we transition from online learning, back to face-to-face teaching from next Monday. If your family is choosing to continue self-isolating, we ask that you please let the school know of your situation and also send an email to the classroom teacher so that we can continue to support your child’s learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some reminders and information:

No Sharing

We are currently working on re-establishing our classroom routines and therefore will have no sharing.

 

Nature Play

Please bring gumboots for your child to play in the nature play.

 

Home Inquiry Books

Please return your child’s home inquiry books when they return to school.

 

Library

Please return library books each week for new books to be borrowed.

 

Assembly/Chapel

No assembly or chapel to be held until further notice.

 

Canteen

The canteen will operate as normal next week.

 

Mother’s Day Stall

Is still going ahead. A variety of gifts can be purchased for $5 per gift. Please register and pay for the amount of gifts you require via the Qkr! app or place money in an envelope including your child/children’s name, class and number of gifts and hand in to the front office by COB 1st May 2020.

More information regarding the Mother’s Day Stall can be found on the school website.

 

P & F meeting

The meeting scheduled for next Monday (6th May) has been cancelled

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Term 2: Week 2 Program

Our week of learning

Literacy Group Rotations:

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

Writing – Procedure

Grammar – Year 1 initial blends and Year 2 possessive adjectives

Spelling – Sound of the week/list words activities

Year 1

‘ck’ for the /c/ sound

Example spelling list words:

hop

fit

grin

duck

neck

clock

lick

go

no

broomstick

 

Year 2

‘air’ for the /air/ sound

Example spelling list words:

cliff

off

air

hair

pair

stair

chair

hairbrush

September

October

Word lists consist of revision words, sound of the week words and tricky words.

 

Maths Focus:

Fractions:

  • Recognise 1 whole and 2 halves
  • Describe one-half as one of two equal parts of a whole

 

Christian Studies: Christianity in the World

Students will investigate spirituality by describing how Christians experience the presence of God in the world.

 

Unit of Inquiry: How We Organise Ourselves

Central Idea: People and processes are involved in producing food

LOI 1: Origins of food

LOI 2: People involved in food production

LOI 3: Processes involved in food production

 

Home Learning

To support those families continuing to self-isolate, we are providing home learning activities, similar to the end of Term 1, to support your child’s ongoing learning from home. For the tiles containing the SeeSaw logo, please post a photo of the completed tasks to SeeSaw so we can keep track of their learning.

 

 

 

 

Complete LCWC with the example spelling list words. Then choose 3 words to draw and label.
How many ways can you cut a pizza? Draw your ideas in your book.
This week you are opening a pizza shop. What will you pizza shop be called? Create a logo and name. Draw this in your book.
Brainstorm words you know for the sound of the week. How many words can you come up with? Write these in your book.

 

 

 

 

 

Write sentences using the spelling list words.
Yr1s: at least 4
Yr2s: at least 6
Make an object related to the sound of the week. Write as many other words related to this sound on your making.
What shapes could your pizzas be? Draw different pizza shapes in your book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Online Resources
In2era
Visit: https://in2era.com.au/products/readalong
School login: username: Zadow.jayne@goldengrove.sa.edu.au password: gg123

EPIC
Go to: https://www.getepic.com/students
1/2F – vyq4441
1/2D – meb4965
1/2C – yzj0115

Initialit Readers Online
L1-9
http://books.multilit.com/bookcase/dmjh
L10-16
http://books.multilit.com/bookcase/eoxk

Study Ladder
https://www.studyladder.com.au/


Term 2 Calendar

Term 2, Monday April 27 – Friday June 26 (9 weeks)

At this stage, we are only displaying two weeks in advance in the iNewsletter and cluster newsletters due to current circumstances.

Week 1

Week 2
Thursday 7th May and Friday 8th May – School dental visits (parents will be contacted by the dental service regarding this visit)
Friday 8th May – Class Carers Mother’s Day Stall 9:30am-10:30am

Week 3
Wednesday 13th May – Principal Tour 9:30am-10:30am

 

Have a great week,

Marion Chan, Emma Fitridge, Kayla Dametto & Mel Arnold

Week 2

 

Year 1/2 2020 Newsletter

 

Term 2 Week 2


Home Inquiry Box

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

Reading your reader or library books or home books- Approx. 10 minutes each night, please record reading in your reading journals.

Sound of the week- See the weekly sound and spelling list below. Students can practise these in a variety of ways (look, say, cover, right, check. Chalk, whiteboard, magnetic letters-Get Creative!) The aim is to practise their words both written and orally. Have a go brainstorming other words that have the same sound.


Here are some reminders and information:

No Sharing

We are currently working on re-establishing our classroom routines and therefore will have no sharing.

 

Nature Play

Please bring gumboots for your child to play in the nature play.

 

Home Inquiry Books

Please return your child’s home inquiry books when they return to school.

 

Library

Please return library books each week for new books to be borrowed.

 

Assembly/Chapel

No assembly or chapel to be held until further notice.

 

Scholastic Book Orders

The virtual catalogue is open for orders until the 18th May. Please place your order/s on LOOP as per normal. The books will be sent to the school and distributed as usual.

Term 2: Week 3 Program

Our week of learning

Literacy Group Rotations:

Reading – Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) and opinion vs fact

Writing – Procedure/Book making

Grammar – Year 1 initial blends and Year 2 homophones

Spelling – Sound of the week/list words activities

Year 1

‘y’ at the end

Example spelling list words:

bed

wet

prod

holly

party

story

happy

so

my

family

 

Year 2

‘ch’ for the /k/ sound

Example spelling list words:

buzz

fizz

echo

choir

chemist

stomach

Christmas

character

November

December

Word lists consist of revision words, sound of the week words and tricky words.

 

Maths Focus:

Fractions:

  • Recognise 1 whole, 2 halves and 4 quarters (and Yr2s eighths)
  • Divide shapes into equal halves and quarters (and eighths)
  • Explain why all shapes can and cannot be divided into halves and quarters

 

Christian Studies: Christianity in the World

Students will investigate spirituality by describing how Christians experience the presence of God in the world.

 

Unit of Inquiry: How We Organise Ourselves

Central Idea: People and processes are involved in producing food

LOI 1: Origins of food

LOI 2: People involved in food production

LOI 3: Processes involved in food production


Term 2 Calendar

Term 2, Monday April 27 – Friday June 26 (9 weeks)

At this stage, we are only displaying two weeks in advance in the iNewsletter and cluster newsletters due to current circumstances.

Week 2
Thursday 7th May and Friday 8th May – School dental visits (parents will be contacted by the dental service regarding this visit)
Friday 8th May – Class Carers Mother’s Day Stall 9:30am-10:30am

Week 3
Wednesday 13th May – Principal Tour 9:30am-10:30am

 

Have a great week,

Marion Chan, Emma Fitridge, Kayla Dametto & Mel Arnold

 

Week 3

 

Year 1/2 2020 Newsletter

 

Term 2 Week 3


Home Inquiry Box

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

 

Reading your reader or library books or home books- Approx. 10 minutes each night, please record reading in your reading journals.

Sound of the week- See the weekly sound and spelling list below. Students can practise these in a variety of ways (look, say, cover, right, check. Chalk, whiteboard, magnetic letters-Get Creative!) The aim is to practise their words both written and orally. Have a go brainstorming other words that have the same sound.

Unit of inquiry – Have a look in the pantry or fridge at home and discuss where some of the foods come from. At dinner time, you could have a go working out where the food on your plate came from or if it went through a process.


Dear parents/carers,

 

We have been spending time over the past couple of weeks in our classes re-establishing routines as well as focussing on wellbeing. Although Friday chapel is not occurring in its normal format, we will conduct worship in our cluster on Friday mornings. Awards that are usually given out during whole school assembly, will now be given out by Mr Paterson each week either at cluster devotion (Monday) or worship (Friday). Unfortunately, due to the current circumstances, this will be done without parents present. We will, however, take photos and post them to your child’s SeeSaw.

 

Ms Adele McCusker is currently on leave for this term. We welcome Mr Craig Lieschke, who has been appointment as Adele’s replacement.  Craig has been involved with Lutheran schools for many years and we are pleased to welcome him to the school.

 

Please see below for information, dates and reminders for the following week.

 

Here are some reminders and information:

Nature Play

Please bring gumboots for your child to play in the nature play. We encourage packing a spare pair of socks and pants, as a lot of the children are returning from recess/lunch very muddy even with their gumboots on. Areas in the nature play that are too muddy will now be out of bounds at recess/lunch.

 

Home Inquiry Books

Please return your child’s home inquiry books to school.

 

Readers

We are asking all families to check their homes for school readers and to please return any to the reader room if found.

 

Assembly/Chapel

No assembly or chapel to be held until further notice.

 

Scholastic Book Orders

The virtual catalogue is open for orders until the 18th May. Please place your order/s on LOOP as per normal. The books will be sent to the school and distributed as usual.

 

Uniform Shop

Due to the strong demand at the uniform shop at the moment you may like to email Verity arthur.verity@goldengrove.sa.edu.au or ring an order through. This order will be turned around in 24 hours.

 

Kiss’n’drop

Important information pertaining to kiss’n’drop protocols was placed in the iNewsletter. Please ensure you read and adhere to this.

 

Staff News

Ms McCusker is currently on leave for this term. She has been replaced for the term by Mr Craig Lieschke. Craig has been involved with Lutheran schools for many years and we are pleased to welcome him to the school.

 

MOT (Middle Of Term) lunch 26th May for students

There will be a sausage sizzle provided at lunch time for students only

 

Term 2 Finish

Please note that Term 2 will finish on Friday 26th June (this is one week earlier than Department schools). In the week following the end of term 2, staff meet for the whole week for professional development activities; this is in lieu of randomly placed pupil free days throughout the year. Vac Care will run for three weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

Term 2: Week 4 Program

Our week of learning

Literacy Group Rotations:

Reading – Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text), Reader’s Workshop and opinion vs fact

Writing – Procedure/Book making

Grammar – Alphabetical order

Spelling – Sound of the week/list words activities

Year 1

vowels

Example spelling list words:

sad

let

trip

blue

orange

grey

black

one

by

colour

 

Year 2

/ai/ sound

Example spelling list words:

next

quit

make

pay

main

clay

waist

rainstorm

half

quarter

Word lists consist of revision words, sound of the week words and tricky words.

 

Maths Focus:

Money:

  • Recognise and order Australian coins according to their value
  • Describe features of different Australian coins
  • Count and order small collections of Australian coins (and Yr2s notes) according to their value

 

Christian Studies: Christianity in the World

Students will investigate spirituality by describing how Christians experience the presence of God in the world.

 

 

 

 

Unit of Inquiry: How We Organise Ourselves

Central Idea: People and processes are involved in producing food

LOI 1: Origins of food

LOI 2: People involved in food production

LOI 3: Processes involved in food production

 

Art

In Art, our artist focus is Andy Goldsworthy. He is a land artist who creates amazing artworks with what he finds in nature. We would love to create some more art inspired by him by what we can find in our local environment. I encourage students to keep their eyes out this week when they are walking or in the backyard and collect interesting (small) rocks, gumnuts, twigs etc and bring them in so that we have a collection to work from in Art next week. Thanks, and we look forward to sharing photos of our art! Mrs Richardson.


Term 2 Calendar

Term 2, Monday April 27 – Friday June 26 (9 weeks)

At this stage, we are only displaying two weeks in advance in the iNewsletter and cluster newsletters due to current circumstances.

Week 4
Friday 22nd May – School Disco (Foundation – Year 4) from 5pm – 9pm – cancelled

Week 5
Tuesday 26th May – MOT lunch (students only) – sausage sizzle
Wednesday 27th May – National Simultaneous Story Time

 

Have a great week,

Emma Fitridge, Kayla Dametto, Marion Chan & Mel Arnold

Week 4

 

Year 1/2 2020 Newsletter

 

Term 2 Week 4


Home Inquiry Box

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

 

Reading your reader or library books or home books- Approx. 10 minutes each night, please record reading in your reading journals.

Sound of the week- See the weekly sound and spelling list below. Students can practise these in a variety of ways (look, say, cover, right, check. Chalk, whiteboard, magnetic letters-Get Creative!) The aim is to practise their words both written and orally. Have a go brainstorming other words that have the same sound.

Sharing- Topic: Wellbeing. Share in your own creative way what fills your bucket. You might like to share 3 things that someone has done to fill your bucket. Watch the video below if you need any help. How to fill your bucket: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4O7qIG3Fog


Dear parents/carers,

 

We have been spending time over the past couple of weeks inquiring into pizza, as part of our unit of inquiry, How We Organise Ourselves. We have looked at procedure writing, fractions of pizzas, the processes involved and the people involved in producing the food. We have been inquiring into setting up a pizza shop in each of our classrooms.

 

Our traditional MOT (middle of term) breakfast will instead be a lunch this term, due to current Covid restrictions. This will be a sausage sizzle held next Tuesday, 26th May at lunch time for students only. School staff will cook the sausage sizzle for the students. We ask that you please let your child’s teacher know if you would not like to child to receive the sausage sizzle.

 

Please see below for information, dates and reminders for the following week.

 

 

Term 2: Week 5 Program

Our week of learning

Literacy Group Rotations:

Reading – Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) and Reader’s Workshop

Writing – Procedure/Book making

Grammar – Year 1 verbs and Year 2 verbs and sentences

Spelling – Sound of the week/list words activities

Year 1

‘a_e’ for /ai/

Example spelling list words:

ran

hat

scar

came

grape

name

cake

only

old

pavement

 

Year 2

‘ee’ and ‘ea’ for the /ee/ sound

Example spelling list words:

arm

shark

seen

three

seat

cream

please

teenager

eleven

twelve

Word lists consist of revision words, sound of the week words and tricky words.

 

Maths Focus:

Money:

  • Describe features of different Australian coins
  • Count and order small collections of Australian coins (and Yr2s notes) according to their value
  • Add small collections of Australian coins together

 

Christian Studies: Christianity in the World

Students will investigate spirituality by describing how Christians experience the presence of God in the world.

 

Unit of Inquiry: How We Organise Ourselves

Central Idea: People and processes are involved in producing food

LOI 1: Origins of food

LOI 2: People involved in food production

LOI 3: Processes involved in food production

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some reminders and information:

Nature Play

Please bring gumboots for your child to play in the nature play. We encourage packing a spare pair of socks and pants, as a lot of the children are returning from recess/lunch very muddy even with their gumboots on. Areas in the nature play that are too muddy will now be out of bounds at recess/lunch.

 

Assembly/Chapel

No assembly or chapel to be held until further notice.

 

Uniform Shop

Due to the strong demand at the uniform shop at the moment you may like to email Verity arthur.verity@goldengrove.sa.edu.au or ring an order through. This order will be turned around in 24 hours.

 

MOT (Middle Of Term) lunch 26th May for students

There will be a sausage sizzle provided at lunch time for students only.

 

Term 2 Finish

Please note that Term 2 will finish on Friday 26th June (this is one week earlier than Department schools). In the week following the end of term 2, staff meet for the whole week for professional development activities; this is in lieu of randomly placed pupil free days throughout the year. Vac Care will run for three weeks.

 

National Volunteers Week

We would like to say a big thank you to all our volunteers in the school community, who generously devote time to helping our students and supporting our staff. We cannot wait to have you all back helping in the school very soon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWjFBdocIUQ&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0-bJ6qzLJ6zPP9oY5HwqHDO1l–HMXmEzikDaAookk4mQNvDJ_jivhfqE


Term 2 Calendar

Term 2, Monday April 27 – Friday June 26 (9 weeks)

At this stage, we are only displaying two weeks in advance in the iNewsletter and cluster newsletters due to current circumstances.

Week 5
Tuesday 26th May – MOT lunch (students only) – sausage sizzle
Wednesday 27th May – National Simultaneous Story Time

Have a great week,

Emma Fitridge, Kayla Dametto, Marion Chan & Mel Arnold

Week 5

Year 1/2 2020 Newsletter

Term 2 Week 5


Home Inquiry Box

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

 

Reading your reader or library books or home books- Approx. 10 minutes each night, please record reading in your reading journals.

Sound of the week- See the weekly sound and spelling list below. Students can practise these in a variety of ways (look, say, cover, right, check. Chalk, whiteboard, magnetic letters-Get Creative!) The aim is to practise their words both written and orally. Have a go brainstorming other words that have the same sound.

Sharing- Topic: Wellbeing. Share in your own creative way what fills your bucket. You might like to share 3 things that someone has done to fill your bucket. Watch the video below if you need any help. How to fill your bucket: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4O7qIG3Fog


Dear parents/carers,

 

Over the past two weeks, we have introduced a cluster lesson swap on Friday afternoons, with a creative arts and movement focus. Each of the three teachers will take a 40-minute lesson, with the classes rotating over a continuous 3-week schedule. We hope the children enjoy the opportunity to engage in different learning experiences that the three teachers are knowledgeable in teaching.

 

Kayla – Drama

Marion – Music

Emma – Fitness (PE)

 

 

Please see below for information, dates and reminders for the following week.

 

 

 

Term 2: Week 6 Program

Our week of learning

Literacy Group Rotations:

Reading – Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) and Reader’s Workshop

Writing – Procedure/Book making

Grammar – Year 1 conjugating verbs and Year 2 adverbs

Spelling – Sound of the week/list words activities

 

Year 1

‘i_e’ for /ie/

Example spelling list words:

six

pad

smell

bike

time

smile

prize

like

have

bridesmaid

 

Year 2

‘ie’ ‘igh’ ‘y’ and ‘i_e’ for the /ie/ sound

Example spelling list words:

club

flex

flying

sight

side

die

bright

sunshine

thirteen

fourteen

Word lists consist of revision words, sound of the week words and tricky words.

 

Maths Focus:

Money:

  • Describe features of different Australian coins
  • Count and order small collections of Australian coins (and Yr2s notes) according to their value
  • Add small collections of Australian coins together (and Yr2s notes)
  • Identifying equivalent values in collections of coins/notes (Yr2)

 

Christian Studies: Christianity in the World

Students will investigate spirituality by describing how Christians experience the presence of God in the world.

 

Unit of Inquiry: How We Organise Ourselves

Central Idea: People and processes are involved in producing food

LOI 1: Origins of food

LOI 2: People involved in food production

LOI 3: Processes involved in food production

 

 

 

 

Here are some reminders and information:

Nature Play

Please bring gumboots for your child to play in the nature play. We encourage packing a spare pair of socks and pants, as a lot of the children are returning from recess/lunch very muddy even with their gumboots on. Areas in the nature play that are too muddy will now be out of bounds at recess/lunch.

 

Assembly/Chapel

No assembly or chapel to be held until further notice.

 

Term 2 Finish

Please note that Term 2 will finish on Friday 26th June (this is one week earlier than Department schools). In the week following the end of term 2, staff meet for the whole week for professional development activities; this is in lieu of randomly placed pupil free days throughout the year. Vac Care will run for three weeks.


Term 2 Calendar

Term 2, Monday April 27 – Friday June 26 (9 weeks)

At this stage, we are only displaying two weeks in advance in the iNewsletter and cluster newsletters due to current circumstances.

 

Week 6

Week 7
Monday 8 June – Public Holiday (Queen’s Birthday)
Wednesday 10 June – Term 3 Foundation Students Transition Visit

 

Have a great week,

Emma Fitridge, Kayla Dametto, Marion Chan & Mel Arnold

 

Week 6


Year 1/2 2020 Newsletter

Term 2 Week 6

Home Inquiry Box
This week students are encouraged to participate into the following at home.

Reading your reader or library books or home books- Approx. 10 minutes each night, please record reading in your reading journals.
Sound of the week- See the weekly sound and spelling list below. Students can practise these in a variety of ways (look, say, cover, right, check. Chalk, whiteboard, magnetic letters-Get Creative!) The aim is to practise their words both written and orally. Have a go brainstorming other words that have the same sound.
Sharing- will be completed in class as the students share their student led investigations.

Dear parents/carers,
Social media has many positive benefits however, if used incorrectly, can be harmful. In recent weeks, there have been a number of issues which have been raised on the cluster Messenger group; they have taken on a life of their own and have gone on for a lot longer than needed. Fortunately, some parents have approached us directly with the issues concerned and once this has been done, we have thoroughly investigated then resolved matters quickly. We ask that you do not judge or make assumptions about others as there is always context around anything that occurs of which we may not have considered. We would ask that if you have an issue, use the right process in speaking to us directly so that the matter can be resolved and does not spiral into harmful or hurtful comments.
The cluster Messenger group is useful for asking questions, seeking clarification and generally being supportive of what is occurring in the school / cluster.
Thank you for your consideration of this.
Mr Paterson, Miss Chan, Miss Fitridge and Miss Dametto

Please see below for information, dates and reminders for the following week.

Term 2: Week 7 Program
Our week of learning
Literacy Group Rotations:
Reading – Strong focus on reading strategies and comprehension (recall events in text) and Reader’s Workshop
Writing – Procedure/Book making
Grammar – Year 1 past tense and Year 2 irregular verb ‘to be’
Spelling – Sound of the week/list words activities

Year 1
‘o_e’ for /oa/
Example spelling list words:
cod
lot
snap
bone
nose
home
globe
live
give
tadpole
Year 2
‘oa’ ‘ow’ and ‘o_e’ for the /oa/ sound
Example spelling list words:
such
luck
home
froze
foal
stone
toast
snowball
fifteen
sixteen
Word lists consist of revision words, sound of the week words and tricky words.

Maths Focus:
• Money
• Fractions
• Number
• Probability

Christian Studies: Christianity in the World
Students will investigate spirituality by describing how Christians experience the presence of God in the world.

Unit of Inquiry: How We Organise Ourselves
Central Idea: People and processes are involved in producing food
LOI 1: Origins of food
LOI 2: People involved in food production
LOI 3: Processes involved in food production

Here are some reminders and information:
Nature Play
Please bring gumboots for your child to play in the nature play. We encourage packing a spare pair of socks and pants, as a lot of the children are returning from recess/lunch very muddy even with their gumboots on. Areas in the nature play that are too muddy will now be out of bounds at recess/lunch.

Assembly/Chapel
No assembly or chapel to be held until further notice.

Specialist Lesson Swap
Please note a permanent change in specialist lessons from week 6 onwards. The 1/2 cluster will now have PE, Art and Japanese lessons on Wednesday afternoon, instead of Tuesday afternoon. Please make note of this and make sure your children wear sports uniforms on Wednesdays in the future.

Term 2 Finish
Please note that Term 2 will finish on Friday 26th June (this is one week earlier than Department schools). In the week following the end of term 2, staff meet for the whole week for professional development activities; this is in lieu of randomly placed pupil free days throughout the year. Vac Care will run for three weeks.

Term 2 Calendar
Term 2, Monday April 27 – Friday June 26 (9 weeks)
At this stage, we are only displaying two weeks in advance in the iNewsletter and cluster newsletters due to current circumstances.
Week 6
Week 7
Monday 8 June – Public Holiday (Queen’s Birthday)
Wednesday 10 June – Term 3 Foundation Students Transition Visit

Have a great week,
Emma Fitridge, Kayla Dametto, Marion Chan & Mel Arnold

 

 

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