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We began Week 5 with a walk around the school. All classes toured the rooms and observed the displays of work still on exhibit from our Open Day. It certainly demonstrated a wonderful progression of skill and ability. Deep satisfaction lingered from the success of the events of Saturday. Mel is yet to finalise the accounts from the Fair as we receive the last receipts, so we will let you know how we will let you know how we fared financially next week. All of the raffles have been drawn and Lisa Ferguson will publish the winners shortly.
As we completed Week 3 we entered into the exciting days of preparations for the Fair and Open Day. Posters have gone up around our school and local shopping centres, and banners are hanging along highway. Kindy parents came together on Thursday afternoon to create craft resources for their stall, and the buzz was evident. We are now entering into our final countdown before opening the school to our broader community on Saturday 12th August, so let’s enjoy the time together.
On Friday afternoon, our Years 1 & 2 children and their teachers returned with spring in their steps after an excursion to the Locomotive Museum at Valley Heights. In grown up fashion, they travelled by train and used individual Opal Cards! Simultaneously, and through another window, the high school co-curricular cooking group were highly animated after preparing and eating a very hot green curry. As it was a cold afternoon, many of us had a tinge of envy! However, we managed to keep warm in Week 6 as winter arrived.
In week 5, and throughout this term, we have been fortunate that our fabulous sports program has not been washed. The sun shone upon us all at the Huff and Puff Gala Day on Tuesday. Whether in primary golf clinic or boxing, cross fit, athletics and skate boarding in high school, the students are being challenged to develop physical skills and thinking routines outside of their regular fields. Kizz has developed a PE program full of variety and fun.
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