Newsletter June 2018
June Newsletter 2018
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Mr Marcus Dunstan on his appointment as SCOUT Senior Regional Implementation Officer for Semester 2.
Changes to staff as a result of leave and secondment include:
- Mr Jay Furniss will become the class teacher of 4D.
- Mr Elliott McKimm will take on the position of the class teacher for 2O.
Both Mr Furniss and Mr McKimm are highly respected and valued members of our school community and we welcome them to their new positions.
We also welcome back Mrs Riley who is returning in Week 9 from maternity leave. Mrs Riley will work in conjunction with the K-2 Early Action for Success program and in the library.
We welcome Mr Dylan Turner who will teach the Fundamental Movement Skills program and Early Action for Success program previously taught by Mr McKimm.
Thankyou to our hardworking P&C committee and also all the parents who assisted at the recent Mother’s Day activities, Working Bee and Zone Cross Country stall. All events were highly successful and can not happen without such wonderful community support. Thank you!
The Working Bee morning saw 20 people arrive ready to help in any way they could. All gardens were mulched, the chicken coup cleaned, garden beds repurposed and the side of C Block cleared.
There was only so much that could be done that morning so we will be planning more Working Bees in the future. Future plans include:
- Sensory gardens near the boat and top basketball court
- Refurbish the cricket net area to be functioning training areas
- Building a retaining wall with seating on the top Basketball court, garden bed to be planted behind the seating
As the students are now in their winter uniform it is very important to make sure all clothing is clearly labelled. Clothing can easily be returned if it is clearly labelled.
Learning to Lead
Cronulla PS once again hosted the Learning to Lead program today. Thank you to Mrs Williamson for organising this important event.
The electrical upgrades for the school have begun with work on the Excelsior St kiosk. The next work will be the trenching through the playground which is scheduled for the holidays.
Parents are requested to please use the Excelsior St entry or the pedestrian access gate on Burraneer Bay Rd. Entry via the driveway is not permitted due to the high safety risk.
K-6 Athletics Carnival
The Cronulla PS K-6 Athletics Carnival will be held on Thursday 5th July at Sylvania Waters Athletic Track. Students 8 years and above will participate in formal events and be eligible for selection for the Cronulla Zone Carnival. Students under 8 Years will participate in a novelty carnival. Further information regarding the carnival will be sent home this week.
Stage 3 – Excursion to the Art Gallery of NSW
Stage 3 will have a wonderful opportunity to visit the Art Gallery of NSW to have a guided tour of the Archibald exhibition.
The Archibald Prize, first awarded in 1921, is Australia’s favourite art award, and one of its most prestigious. Awarded to the best portrait painting, the Archibald Prize is a who’s who of Australian culture – from politicians to celebrities, sporting heroes to artists.
A permission note and information regarding the excursion and costs will be sent home this week.
China Study Tour Host Families
In August, the school has the opportunity to again host a study tour of students from China. Thank you to the families who have already offered to be host families during the visit. We are still urgently seeking host families for 3 more students. Please see the following information for details of remuneration and commitments and notify the office asap if you are able to be a host family.
Study Tour Group Chengdu China: Host Families Expressions of Interest.
This August, Cronulla Public School will be again hosting a study tour from Chengdu China. The group will consist of 20 students aged between 10- 12 years. The students will be visiting the school from Saturday 11th August to Saturday 18th August and participate in a full range of lessons during their stay.
At this stage we are still urgently seeking families for 3 more students. Families may host more than one student.
The Study tour preference is for a double homestay placement ie: hosting 2 children for the week.
Host responsibilities include:
- a statutory declaration signed by the main parent/guardian in the household with 100 points of ID.
- I adult to Complete Working with Children Checks (WWCC) for household members over 18 years of age
- daily transport to and from school
- no high risk activities
- requirement for the student to have their own bed (not a mattress on the ground, although they may share a room)
- provide three meals a day.
Remuneration of $272 per child will be available for the host family.
Please notify the office asap if you are able to host.
P&C Meeting tonight 7th June at 7pm. All welcome.
The P&C team would like to thank our amazing school community for all of your support over the last month. We appreciate your time volunteering and your kind donations, it was a busy month.
These events would not happen without you!
☆Mother’s day stall
☆Zone Cross Country Canteen
☆Technology Raffle tickets
Term 2 Technology Raffle
Each student has received a book of 15 raffle tickets to sell to raise money for the purchase of technology. There are 28 incredible prizes to be won.
Every student who returns a sold book of tickets will receive a special incentive award at the daily school assembly.
Additional books of tickets will be available from the front office.
There is a very special prize to be awarded to the family who sell the most books of tickets.
Please remember all tickets are accountable and auditable, so it’s extremely important that all tickets allocated to you are returned sold or unsold.
Dates for your Diary
2018 Trivia Night Friday 3rd August
Hosted by the P&C
The School Colour Dash is on again this year on Saturday 3rd November and will give us a fabulous opportunity to raise money to achieve more improvements to the school playground facilities.
Kindergarten 2019 Welcome BBQ
We are looking forward to our new families joining us for the Welcome BBQ on Wednesday 27th June.
If you have relatives or neighbours who will be coming to Cronulla PS next year, please inform them to contact the office as soon as possible to ensure they have necessary enrolment information.
Tours and interviews are presently being held for prospective parents and our Kindergarten numbers for 2019 look very strong. Parents of children enrolling in Kindergarten 2019 are asked to kindly collect an enrolment form and details of the upcoming parent information and transition sessions from the office. When completed please return the enrolment form as soon as possible.
Students of the Month:
- Heidi T ( KB)
- Kobe W (KB)
- Lily H (KJ)
- Denzel C (KJ)
- Mannix H (KJ)
- Violet C (KO)
- Lawson F (KO)
- Skye K (1B)
- Nina P (1B)
- Brax G (1B)
- Asher K (1K)
- Bede S (1K)
- Ava B (IK)
- Ella G (1E)
- Max F (1E)
- Ohio P (1B)
- Laila A (2T)
- Lewis A (2T)
- Zsylam L (2T)
- Vivienne B (2T)
- Jai B (2G)
- Evie E (2G)
- Sienna P (2G)
- Genn O (2T)
- Chloe O (2O)
- Axel Z 92O)
- Kori T (2O)
- Zinzan P (3D)
- Weronika M (3D)
- Riona G (3D)
- Elouise F (3D)
- Mika B (3D)
- Boyd B (3A)
- Lucy H (3A)
- Hendrix M (3A)
- Soloman (4D)
- Billi C (4P)
- Bailey M (4D)
- Elise M (4P)
- Georgia G (4P)
- Ella M (4P)
- Emma S (4P)
- Naomi G (5/6H)
- Harmony B (5/6S)
- Maeve H (5/6S)
- Jackson S (5/6B)
- Skye K (1B)
- Lachlan T (1K)
- Ava B (1K)
- Ella G (1E)
- Olivia O (1E)
- Asher (1K)
- Brian F (1K)
- Anita B (1K)
- Hamish W (2G)
- Evie E (2G)
- Dylan S (2T)
- Weronika M (3D)
- Georgia G (4P)
- Jennifer B (4P)
- Kody S (4D)
- Weronika M (3D)
- Jennifer B (4P)
Congratulations to Bronti T, 1K who has reached 100 nights of reading
Stop Press! Bones Discovered at CPS!
Students were excited and puzzled when they found bones in the playground on Thursday 24th May. After discovering the bones, teachers contacted Glenn, an archaeologist to come and investigate the site. Glenn told students that these sorts of situations don’t happen often and it would be important to record this event for the CPS History Book. All students had the opportunity to write about this special day.
We’re eagerly awaiting the results from Glenn and his team. In the meantime, have a read of what some of the students think about the bones and where they may have come from…
The bones are fossils. The bones are from dinosaurs and an archaeologist. I could not go near the bones.
I do not know what I am but I might be a cow. I might be a Megalodon, or I might be a water animal. I just don’t really know what I am! Anyway I came from your school and I was found on the side oval of your school. A man came to look at my bones.
First he dug my bones up. Next he tried to look for some clues. Then he saw some blood on my bones. Finally he took some soil to get some sort of idea what I am.
From the mystery creature.
Today was a normal day. I just got up and got dressed, and off I went to my amazing, beautiful school. When I got to school, something strange was going on. I thought it was suspicious. I was wondering why there were so many people in a circle. I was almost thinking that class started early. So I just ignored it. But when I put my bag away my friend came up and said “Come on, let’s go and see the dinosaur bones.” I was absolutely shocked. Maybe it wasn’t a normal day. So we ran to look at the cool dinosaur bones. I was not relaxed. I was shocked with amazement. I could not believe it. I thought it was a scary Megalodon.
This morning C.P.S discovered two bones at the bottom of the side oval. When we found them, no one knew how old they were or how they got there. In that case, Miss Page called an archaeologist called Dr. Glenn. He came to have a look at the bones. When he finished looking he took some soil back to his workplace to see how old it is. That way he could figure out how old the bones were. No one knows what animal bones they are, even Dr. Glenn. This is one of the strangest discoveries in Cronulla Public School History.
LOCAL SCHOOL FINDS BONES
A local school, down south of Sydney, finds a multiple of bones in the school oval. We asked the Assistant Principal of the school how they came across the bones. “We were walking around the school oval admiring the new gardens, when I saw a white round object in the ground.” the assistant principal explains. “So we got a couple of shovels and started digging.” she goes on further. When we realised what “it” was we stopped digging and called an archaeologist Glen.”
With further investigation we found out that ‘Glen’ had took some samples from the scene to bring us one step closer to find out what the bones are from.
Even though the bones have been taken from the site, rumors of what ‘it’ might be, travels around the school. We asked a student named ‘Te’ what he thought. “ I think that these might be dinosaur bones because of how big they are.” he suggests. Another student suggests that the bones are cow bones due to how close they are to the surface. “No dinosaur bone could be found at least 5 metres underneath the ground.”
But it didn’t stop there. The teachers also spoke their opinions. “Well there is still a possibility that the bones are dinosaur bone because here in South Sydney wind and water could move the dirt and make the bones rise to the surface,” a 5/6 teacher Brielle Howlett explains.
A girl named Janaya, from year six, asked us if she could explain her view of what thing these bones belonged to.
“Well I think that due to how close the bones are to the surface there is a 90% that it is not a dinosaur or a prehistoric animal. That leaves about 3 million years left. Which if you think about it doesn’t really narrow the years down” She explains.
“But by the shape and size of the bones, we can knock out most of the smaller animals and animals that don’t have back legs/ paws. I predicted this because of the way the bones are shaped. Because if you look closely one of the bones are shaped like a back leg.” she explains further.
“So with all the information I have gathered the bones might belong to a species that existed and or exist between the time of three million years ago to the present and the thing has back legs/paws.” She concludes.
So with all the information, rumors and guesses the school are a couple of steps closer to finding out what ‘thing’ the bones belong to and can’t wait to find out.
Creative and Performing Arts Updates
Term 3 Performance and Concert Dates for your Diary
|Date||Concert||Participating Dance Groups||Venue||Ticket Information
|Friday 10th August||Dance Extravaganza Please note this concert is the week before the Music Festival Concerts||• Junior Girls Mon dance gp
• Junior Girls Thurs dance gp
• Primary Boys dance gp
|Sutherland Shire Entertainment Centre
|Ticket Information will be available shortly for the Dance Extravaganza.|
|Tuesday 14th August||SSSMF Senior Concert:
||Sutherland Shire Entertainment Centre|
|Monday 20th August||SSSMF Junior Concert:
|• Junior Choir
• Junior Ukulele
|Sutherland Shire Entertainment Centre|
|Date to be confirmed:
Mon 3rd or Tues 4th September
|Kurrunulla Dance Festival||• Senior Girls
• Junior Girls Mon
• Junior Girls Thurs
• Year 2 Dance Gp
• Primary Boys Dance Group
|Sutherland Shire Entertainment Centre||TICKETS ORDERED THROUGH SUTHERLAND ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE ONLINE BOOKING.|
|Tuesday 11th September||Cronulla PS
Annual Performance Night of Stars
Kindergarten to Year 6
All performance groups
|Caringbah High School||Tickets available early September from the office|
Music Festival Tickets
Tickets for the 2018 Sutherland Shire Schools Music Festival tickets are on sale from Wed 6th June.
These tickets are for the Junior & Senior Music Festival concerts excluding the Dance extravaganza – please see below for detailed information.
IMPORTANT: Music Festival tickets will sell out and should be organised without delay.
Please check that you order tickets for the correct concert.
Any queries please see Miss Richards.
Sutherland Shire Schools Music Festival 2018
Our school is once again participating in the Sutherland Shire Schools Music Festival at the Sutherland Entertainment Centre (SEC) in August. Tickets for this event will only be available online. This year the sale date for concerts will be staggered.
Tickets for Concerts 1-5 go on sale on Wednesday 6 June 2018
Tickets for Concerts 6-10 go on sale on Friday 8 June 2018
On this day, tickets will be available to anyone wishing to purchase on a first-in, first served basis. As tickets traditionally sell out for some of the concerts, we recommend you order yours as early as possible. In the unlikely event that there are unsold tickets for a particular concert, these will be available at the box office on afternoon/night of the concert.
Tickets this year are $19.50. Due to health and safety regulations, the Sutherland Entertainment Centre will not allow children to sit on parents’ laps. Each person attending the concert will require a ticket.
The Sutherland Entertainment Centre will be managing the sale of tickets this year. To order and purchase tickets, go to: http://www.suthentcent.com.au and then select the “Sutherland Shire Schools Music Festival” link
There will be fifteen concerts available to purchase tickets to so it is very important that you select the correct concert/s.
Our school will be participating in the following concerts:
|Group/s||Concert/s||Performance Date||Tickets on sale from|
Senior Girls Dance
|Concert 2||Tuesday 14th August||Wednesday6th June|
|7pm Monday 20th August
1pm Friday17th August
|Friday 8th June|
When your booking is complete you will have the opportunity to print your tickets. We strongly recommend that you do so and then keep these in a safe place. You will require these tickets on the night of the concert for entry. If you are unable to print your own tickets, you can show your PDF ticket on your device (eg phone/ tablet) on the night to the usher.
When ordering your tickets, you will have the opportunity to pre-purchase a printed program for $5.00. This program contains all of the concerts as well as artwork by students from the Shire and makes a wonderful souvenir. Your pre purchased program/s will be delivered to the school prior to the event.
If you have any questions about this please contact the school.
There are many talented musical students being developed at the moment at Cronulla Public School. So to acknowledge the hard work and practice these students are undertaking, there will be a weekly showcase at the 3-6 assembly.
Any students interested in performing who play a musical instrument, eg band instrument, piano, guitar, ukulele etc (it can be learnt outside of school), should see Miss Peyton to audition and be allocated a performance week.
Well done to Week 4 performers Evander, Blake, Emma and Sophie. Also to Week 5 performers Bailey, Millie, Lily and Kirra.
Senior Choir training is held each Tuesday at lunch time. Our next half day rehearsal will be on Monday 18th June. Students need to be at school by 8:45am on this morning, as they will be travelling by bus to Gymea North PS under the supervision of Miss Howlett.
Blues Breakfast by the Bay
Go the Blues
On Wednesday, 6th June (Term 2, Week 6) Cronulla Public School SRC and P&C will be holding our annual Blues Breakfast by the Bay to show our support for the NSW Rugby League State of Origin team. Students are welcome to come dressed in blue casual clothing or their school uniform.
We will be holding a Breakfast by the Bay from 8.30am. A $2 coin will buy you cereal, fresh fruit and a mini blueberry muffin or blueberry smoothie.
Each year this annual event continues to successfully promote healthy eating and demonstrate a close sense of school community. We hope to see you there.
Please note: cereals served will be ‘Freedom’ brand with no traces of nuts. The blueberry muffins will contain egg, dairy and wheat. There will also be a soy milk option for the blueberry smoothie
Year One Olden Day Report
On Tuesday 22nd May Year One jumped in the time machine and travelled back to the early 1900’s. We spent the day experiencing what it was like in the early days of Cronulla Public School. Students engaged in a variety of activities including outside games such as marbles, hopscotch and skipping. Then we put aside the iPads to make a cup and ball game and worked on our posture in a classic chalk and talk spelling dictation lesson.
Year 4 Digi Ed
Watch out Wallace and Gromit. Look out Lego Movie. On Wednesday, 27th June Year 4 students will have the opportunity to spend a whole day learning the art of digital, stop-motion movie making. Students will work in small groups and storyboard a short, animated movie. They will then design the sets, build their characters and film their movies using cutting edge digital photography equipment. Students will use computer software to create and edit their movies and add sound effects and titles. Finally, students will get to take home their movies to share with their family and friends.
Parents and carers of Year 4 students are reminded that Digi-Ed note and payment is due by Wednesday 13th June.
Year 6 Fundraiser
Please support our current Year 6 through purchasing tickets at an exclusively discounted price $5 off every ticket purchased using our unique code will be given to our school.
Zone Cross Country – Results
On Monday 21st May, 48 determined and proud Cronulla Public School athletes headed off to compete at the Cronulla Zone Cross Country Carnival.
They were :
|8/9 years girls||Oliva||8/9 years boys||Zechariah||10 years girls||Sophie||10 years boys||Zion|
|11 years girls||Alyssa||11 years boys||Peter||12 years girls||Isla||12 years boys||Jarrah|
All students should feel very proud of their efforts and the manner in which they represented the school.
Isla should be congratulated in particular for finishing 7th in the 12 years girls’ race.
PSSA Sport Term 2
Well done to all the PSSA Girls’ Netball teams who have had a wonderful start to the season. Junior Girls’ training is held on Mondays at Recess and Senior Girls’ train on Friday mornings 8:30-9:00am.
PSSA Winter Soccer has kicked off on a high this year with both Junior and Senior teams scoring early season wins in the majority of their games. Both squads play with an attitude of mateship and fair play. In other words, they play the Cronulla way. Players are committed to being the best they can be and are always there to support each other. This includes turning up every Wednesday lunchtime to train, and develop their skills and passion for the ‘beautiful game’.
Jesse Edwards – Sydney East Basketball/NSW Basketball
Congratulations to Jesse Edwards on his outstanding achievement in gaining selection in the NSW State Basketball Team. He displayed excellent skills on the court and was a valuable member of the winning Sydney East Team at the recent NSW PSSA Basketball Championships. Jesse will attend the Australian Titles in Darwin next term. Well done Jesse on your achievement.
Jarrah Bell – Sydney East AFL
Congratulations Jarrah Bell on his recent success at the NSW AFL PSSA Championships. He enjoyed a wonderful carnival forming new friendships and developing his kills as a talented AFL player at an elite level. Jarrah played centre half-back throughout the carnival, a new position to him. However, he ceased the opportunity and contributed to Sydney East finishing 3rd overall. Excellent effort Jarrah.
Sutherland to Surf
Cronulla Public School will once again be entering a team in this year’s Sutherland to Surf (S2S). The team is open to all members of the community, whether they be students, parents, caregivers or extended family and friends.
The S2S is an 11km fun run or walk and it takes place on Sunday 22nd July. Students can express their interest to enter by returning a note to Mr. McKimm. All of our team members must also visit the official S2S website and complete the official registration form. Our team name is Cronulla Public School Running Club and we are in the Runner’s Group category.
Mr. McKimm will send out final instructions to the team closer to the date for organisational purposes.
We ask that our school community is mindful of our local residents at drop off and pick up times. Please –
- do not park across / block residents driveways
- use the drop off bay only for disembarking or alighting passengers not parking and waiting
- cross at the pedestrian crossing in front of the school and enter via the main gate.
Safety of all our students remains our prime concern.
Safe School Travel
DROPPING OFF OR PICKING UP YOUR CHILDREN
Schools are areas where there is a lot of interaction between cars and pedestrians.
Children are small, hard to see, behave unpredictably, and are extremely vulnerable.
Their lack of road experience means it is difficult for them to judge dangerous situations. Boys are twice as likely to be involved in pedestrian accidents as girls and children 10-14 years have the highest rate of child pedestrian casualties (RMS).
• Children up to eight years old should hold an adult’s hand on the footpath, in the carpark or when crossing the road.
• Children up to ten years old should be actively supervised around traffic and should hold an adult’s hand when crossing the road.
• Take the time to make sure your children are aware of, understand and follow traffic safety regulations when they are walking.
HAVE A PLAN
Plan with your son or daughter how you will collect them. When and where will you be after school? Where should they wait? Make sure they know not to try and get into your vehicle while it is still in traffic, even if you are stopped; they should wait until you have parked at the side of the road. Plan to arrive AFTER the school bell goes in the
afternoon, so your children are ready and waiting for you and you are not blocking traffic.
NO PARKING ZONES
A No Parking zone is a pick up and drop off area: you can stop here for a maximum of two minutes to drop off or pick up passengers and must remain within three metres of the vehicle.
When parents park in a No Parking zone for longer than two minutes they prevent other parents from stopping to drop off or pick up their children, creating frustration and dangerous situations. If you arrive before the school bell and block the pickup areas, you risk a fine.
Parking offences in school zones carry heavier fines and loss of demerit points. Sutherland Shire Council makes no apologies for fining drivers who break the law around schools and in school zones.
See the Roads and Maritime Authority website at www.rms.nsw.gov.au for more about Australian Road Rules and other road safety information.
Signs you will see around school
What does it mean? You CAN stop in a NO PARKING zone for a maximum of two minutes to drop off and pick up passengers. You must stay within three metres of your
vehicle at all times.
Why is it there?
To provide a safe place for older children to be set down and picked up without endangering other children.
What does it mean?
You CANNOT stop in this area FOR ANY REASON.
Why is it there?
To keep sight lines clear for drivers AND children so both have more time to avoid crashes.
What does it mean?
You must NOT stop or park in a bus zone unless you are driving a bus.
Why is it there?
To provide a safe place for large buses to set down and pick up. Cars parking
in bus zones put lives at risk by forcing buses out of ‘their’ safety zone.
Safe People Safe Places
Stranger Danger Messages for Students
Please share these safety messages with your child.
- Always walk straight home or to the required destination. Walk near busier roads and streets, or use paths where there are a lot of other people.
- Know where safe places are – a shop, service station, police station, library or school. If you are frightened, you should go to one of these places and ask them to call the police.
- Learn about safe adults you can look for and talk to if you need help – police officers, teachers at school, adults you know and trust.
- Don’t talk to people you don’t know and never get into a car with someone you don’t know. If a car stops on the side of the road and you don’t know the person inside, do not stop.
- If you are scared and can use a phone, call Triple Zero (000) and tell them you are scared.
- If someone tries to grab you, yell out, ‘Go away, I don’t know you!’ This lets other people know you have been approached by someone you don’t know
Canteen Updates Term 2
|Cronulla Public School Winter 2018 Canteen Prices|
|ANZAC slice 60c||Cereal scoop 40c|
|Chips $1.50||Custard cup 80c|
|Frozen Fruit 60c||Garlic Bread (one slice) 30c|
|Hot Chocolate 70c||Jatz biscuit (one biscuit) 10c|
|Just Juice popper $1.50||Twisted yogurt $2.20|
|Mamee rice sticks 90c||Moosies ice block $1.50|
|Moove milk $2.00||Ovalteenies $1.00|
|Popcorn 60c||Quelch ice block 50c full /25c half|
|Rice cup 80c||Water 300ml 80c|
|Water 600ml $1.20|
💚 HELP NEEDED 💚
We are in need of canteen helpers. There are not enough people to cover a 5 day a week roster … but more importantly to cover when someone can’t get there.
It is a commitment of only an hour and a half whenever you have a spare day. Once a week, a fortnight or once a month.
Mon – Thurs 11am – 12.30
Friday – 12.30pm – 2pm.
💚 It’s really EASY!
💚 Anyone can do it!! Mum’s, Dad’s, Grandparents or carers ALL welcome!!
💚 It can be child friendly, if needed.
💚 You’re in a team of two so you’re NOT alone!
💚 There is a dedicated Canteen Facebook Page for easy access to information and communication!
Please consider volunteering or enlisting someone you know that may be able to help. Thank you
Book club brochures will be coming home this week. Orders are to be made online only through the Scholastic website.
Orders for Issue 4 are due in by Wednesday 20th June 2018.
|Tues 5th June||Create South
|Wed 6th June||Create South
Blues Breakfast by the bay 8.30am
|Thurs 7th June||Create South|
|Mon 11th June||Public Holiday|
|Wed 13th June||ICAS Spelling|
|Thurs 14th June||ICAS Writing
Sydney East Cross Country
|Mon 18th June||½ day Senior Choir rehearsal|
|Fri 22nd June||½ day Junior Choir rehearsal|
|Tues 26th June||Stage 3 Excursion Art Gallery|
|Wed 27th June||Kindy 2019 Welcome BBQ @11am|
|Wed 27th June||Digi Ed Year 4|
|Mon 2nd July||Primary Band – BandFest competition|
|Tues 3rd July||P&C Meeting @ 7pm|
|Wed 4th July||Kindergarten Excursion Aquarium|
|Wed 4th July||Semester 1 reports home|
|Thurs 5th July||K-6 Athletics Carnival|
|Fri 6th July||Last day of Term|
Second Hand Uniforms for Sale
2nd Hand uniforms call Leanne 0414912601 all sizes summer/ winter good condition from $5. Donations always appreciated.