Latest News Updates

Poetry Anthology Launch

Our students continue to write the most wonderful poems. Each day we share them with each other. Please ask your child to share their poems with you. The children have started selecting the poems they wish to publish in their Anthology. On Friday 26th October each child will be sharing their Anthology with their family or friends.

School Concert

Our School Concert

Our concert is coming up fast! Karen is working very hard with all of our students practicing their dances and their acting.

This year promises to be as amazing as our previous concerts. We would love to see you all there!

Where:

Mildura Arts Centre Theatre

When: 

Tuesday 20th November

  • Matinee
  • Evening Performance

Wednesday 21st November

  • Evening Performance

Tickets will be on sale soon!

Grade 1/2 PBL Play Presentations!

Well done to all Grade One and Twos, who shared their "Where We Are In Place And Time" PBL unit plays on Friday in their classrooms. Parents/carers/special people were invited to watch students share what they have learnt about how homes and landscapes have changed across time and place.

Each pair of students worked hard on their script, researching their chosen place and its features. Students were very knowledgeable about their chosen times/places and spoke confidently.

Australian Maths Competition Results

 

The results are in and our students did an exceptional job. Out of the 64 students who sat the competition, more than 50% of our kids were in the top 50% of the State.

There were 7 Distinction awards and 30 Credit awards achieved by our kids. This year Aryan Rothwell won the Best in School Award achieving a result that put him in the top 4% of his age group.

The results are in and our students did an exceptional job. Out of the 64 students who sat the competition, more than 50% of our kids were in the top 50% of the State.

There were 7 Distinction awards and 30 Credit awards achieved by our kids. This year Aryan Rothwell won the Best in School Award achieving a result that put him in the top 4% of his age group.

PBL Celebrations

It’s PBL Celebration time for our Grade 1,2,3,4 students this Friday.

Please come and see the wonderful learning. PBL (Project Based Learning) engages and inspires learners with hands-on, real-life learning.

It is not enough to educate students in a set of isolated subject areas. Of equal importance, is the need to acquire skills in context, and to explore content that is relevant to students and transcends the boundaries of the traditional subjects.

“To be truly educated, a student must also make connections across the disciplines, discover ways to integrate the separate subjects, and ultimately relate what they learn to life”

(Boyer 1995: 82).

We know our students learn better when they are truly excited about their learning. So we work hard to ensure our students enjoy their learning.

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