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On Monday K,1,2 and their teachers were treated to a wonderful visit from Auntie Mary, David King and Ellie Chatfield. Auntie Mary and David are from the Gundungurra tribe and Ellie is a member of the Gamilleroi tribe, based in the Moree area, though the Blue Mountains are now her home.
David brought lots of artifacts for the children to see as well as some beautifully decorated materials, but the highlights were definitely the stories about how local Aboriginal peoples used to live, their love and respect for the bush and their delight at being able to share their stories with us.
The children were spellbound...
We are now into our third year of using the Macquarie University intensive reading program 'MultiLit'.
On Wed. May 30th at 7 pm, there will be an information evening for students beginning their HSC program in 2013. Please spread the word to families or students who might be interested in our Pathways program. There are vacancies for 2013. HSC classes begin during term 4 each year, so students must be enrolled by the end of term 3 in year 10.
Hi, this is Andrew from the Friday sausage sizzle. I'd like to tell you about something a little different we're going to try this week to see if we can make the BBQ a little more sustainable.
1) Bark Busters home dog training.
2) Charles Sturt University - infomration about studying tecahing and education.
3) Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal - can you help?
The annual general meeting of Korowal School Council will be held this Wednesday, 9th May at 7 pm in G1. Everyone is welcome to come along to find out more about the important work that our School Council does
Family Bushwalk in Hazelbrook Sun 20th May
From the 2nd of May, Kate Phillips who is a Satyananda Yoga teacher is going to be delivering this practice over 4 weeks for the benefit of pathways students. (Teachers & parents also welcome)
A message from Kizz for class 5 parents about arrangements for lawn bowls.
As part of Class 3/4/5's current Main Lesson - Australian Explorers - we went on an inspiring excursion to the Koomurri Aboriginal Centre in Katoomba.
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