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Another busy week has come to an end; one which has heralded a new initiative in the form of the first of our Impressions series and concluded with farewelling one of our very own elders. More about both of these events later…
There was definitely a feeling that winter is on its way this week, with a real crispness to the air and classically beautiful clear blue skies (well, sometimes!). This is a good time to remember to please label your children’s clothing, especially those warm jackets and tops that are discarded throughout the day as the temperature rises and circulation improves. We really do collect an enormous amount of unnamed, unclaimed clothing that students don’t seem to either miss or recognize.
It has been a relatively quiet week by comparison to last week! Saturday night’s performance of Cabaret was most enjoyable and it was wonderful to see so many families and friends enjoying the performance. Again, congratulations and thank you to all involved for an absolutely splendid showcase of our students’ and teachers’ talents. Thank you also to all who supported us by buying raffle tickets.
Barb is getting much better. She will be increasing her workload this coming week, but will remain home based to facilitate the healing of the whiplash. We all miss her very much and want her to be fully fit when she does return; she’s really keen to be here too!
The return to school is imminent with a pupil free day on Monday and the students’ return for Term 2 on Tuesday.
The term is almost at an end and Week 9 brought some lovely acts of random kindness. The feel of the school is very positive. There has been a lot of activity outside of our routine this week so a quick summary is in order.
In Week 7 we managed to grab perhaps the final hot day for Autumn as the high school enjoyed their swimming carnival. With colourful themes, sunshades and scrumptious baking, the year groups competed for points to add to their swimming participation tally.
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