Reporting Day – new system for making appointments to meet with teachers.
Our half-year reporting day will occur on Thursday June 27.
As a celebration of the end of all of our hard work in Term 2, the Junior School Council are running a sausage sizzle on Friday, 28th June. Sausages will be on sale for $2 each.It's a lovely way to finish off the term and commence a well-earned rest.
Our amazing school mural has recently been completed by Travis Price. Some of our grade 6 students were very fortunate to be able to assist Travis and Renee. The mural highlights our school name with many depictions of our school and its historical relationships with Ballarat featuring.
Reading at home every day has always been an expectation schools have because it supports the notion of regular practice leads to improvement.
Students should read every night in addition to the reading instruction and practice they are provided every school day.
On Tuesday 30th April, the Junior School Council members attended the GRIP Leadership Conference which concentrates specifically on training students for their role as SCHOOL LEADERS. The style, topics, and content of this conference all focus on what the students can do RIGHT NOW.
Friday June 14, grandparents and special friends were invited to come to school to join in some classroom activities. The open morning ran from 9am until 11am. It was a very rewarding day for everyone. A morning tea was provided for our special visitors to share.
Student engagement and wellbeing are vital aspects of a student’s development and progress at school. Students need to feel safe at school and have access to engaging learning experiences. At our school we provide amazing learning spaces which are welcoming, spacious and well resourced.