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Newsletter March 25th

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Year 5/6 Camp

Monday 25 to Friday 29 May, 2015 This year our Year 5/6s are attending camp at the Phillip Island Adventure Resort for 5 days from 25 May to the 29 May. This particular camp site is huge, particularly well positioned and relatively new; it offers a range of activities that take advantage of the coastal…

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The Importance of Reading

The benefits of reading regularly for information and most importantly pleasure are well documented. I strongly encourage families to set aside a regular time when the children can read and later share their thoughts and ideas with siblings and or adults in the house. Regular practice improves fluency, word recognition, comprehension and of course confidence…

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2016 Prep Information Night

On Monday of next week we are conducting an information session for prospective parents of 2016 preps. The session will be conducted in the BER building commencing at 7.00pm and concluding at 8.00pm. The evening will include: an overview of the school’s philosophy a discussion on readiness for school an opportunity to view some footage…

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Community Connections

Yesterday at assembly Felicity Thomlinson from the Sandringham Community Bank attended our assembly and presented a cheque to the school for $800 which went towards the purchase of some picture story books and some fiction books for our school library. In addition, the bank also provided outstanding support for our twilight carnival in being a…

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Friendship Lunch on Thur 19 March

Tomorrow we are having lunch with a difference. All children will be in one of 51 multi-age groups from Prep-6. The aim of this activity to promote friendship, provide an opportunity for the children to come together in an informal context to enjoy each other’s company and to take part in a circle time discussion…

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Newsletter March 18th

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Intestinal Worms

There have been a couple of cases of intestinal worms reported at school so we thought we would place an update in the newsletter. Intestinal worms are parasites which infect humans as well as other animals such as cats and dogs. They are not uncommon, but tend to be more prevalent in children than adults…

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Newsletter March 11th

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Newsletter March 4th

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