A Magical Start to the Year!

What a magical start to the year! In our Year 1 and 2 class teachers and students have dedicated quality time to developing and enhancing relationships. Old friends have reunited, new friends have joined in and new friendships are being explored. During these early days the teachers set routines and rituals in the classroom to help the year run smoothly. This also allows the children to feel comfortable in their new space.

Lantern making with Jasmine has kept us busy and this will form part of our birthday ritual. It has been a process of trial and error, learning the best method for the best outcome, but lots of messy fun!

The children had a lot of fun this week as they explored and familiarised themselves with the different spaces in the classroom. The block area and the makerspace proving very popular. We have shared stories and books and started reading a novel together that we will continue to read each afternoon.

We are having so much fun and can’t wait to see what 2019 brings.

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From the Principal

Annual Report 2018

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Study Tour

Welcome to 2019!

Gratitude at Grad-i-tude 2018!

Bold Reading Challenge

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From The Students

Discovering Indigenous Storytellers

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Naturescape Exploration

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Regeneration Project

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Our Stories

Discovering Indigenous Storytellers

Our Year 3 and 4 students had the privilege of participating in the Woylie Festival held at Fremantle Arts... Read more

Naturescape Exploration

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Research & Opinion

The Importance of Play

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Why Play?!

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AISWA Reggio Network Meeting

Taking Safe Risks – Ropes, Tools, Trees and Logs

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“When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts.”

Dalai Lama

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