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From the window with a view - week 8, term 1 2017

A Window with A View

In Week 8 our students ran about in the sun wherever and whenever they could. The roof of the hall was lifted as enthusiastic high school students began their rehearsals of The Time Warp, in preparation for the Cabaret next term. This event will run from Thursday 4th May until Saturday evening 6th May for four performances. Tickets are limited and sell out quickly, so avoid disappointment by getting in early. They are now available for purchase at lunch times on the front verandah at School, or through returning the envelopes given to students this week. If your child was absent for this, please stop by our office and collect an envelope.

Our last week of term is looking vibrant with many extraordinary events across the school. This is our chance to consolidate our term, and to come together and have some fun. There is something for everyone in the listings below.

  • Preliminary examinations for Years 11 and 12 are on from Monday through to Thursday. We are impressed with the concerted efforts our students and teachers have made to prepare for these. We trust that our students will conquer this series of challenges, learn more about themselves and how they respond to specific exam conditions, and present us with more questions. All the very best to our seniors!
  • Monday morning: Debating will be running for some high school students, afternoon: Music Scholarships (Yrs 7 and 10, 2018) - Stage 2 of process, evening: KSC or Board meeting plus Parents Japanese classes
  • Tuesday to Thursday: Year 7 Camp to Yarramundi with Kim and Kelly
  • Wednesday afternoon Art Scholarships- Stage 2 (as above) of the process
  • Thursday: Year 6 attend a Sculpture Workshop with artists from the exhibiting ... Sculptures at Scenic World 2017. This event focuses on the theme of change from Year 6 into High School. They will then tour the exhibit prior to the official opening on Friday ** Thursday evening: our ‘Impressions’ event will be held this at Scenic World’s EATS 270 Restaurant. Food and drinks are available from 6.30pm for a 7.30pm conversation titled “Sculpting Their Future”. Change impacts children and their families as they progress through significant stages, such as primary to high school. What is happening and how can creativity assist us? Bookings are through At the top right corner of the page there is a yellow tab. Follow that trail
  • Friday: our last day of term -Primary Huff and Puff Gala Day at Gloria Park, High School excursion to The Royal Easter Show day, Tour to Japan with Louise and students from Years 9,10,11 for the Autumn holidays

ContextART 2017: We welcome this annual event to Korowal Friday afternoon as they setup for their creator’s workshops for the following 5 days. There are still some places available for this annual event, if you are interested. Go to for information on the workshops and artists.
In 2017, 16 Australian and International tutors will deliver a myriad of creative workshops in textiles and the broader creative context with 2 day, 3 day and 5 day options. (more on the website).

We hope to see you at one, or several of these events. Then we rest.

Thank you for your ongoing support.


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