Community Breakfast 2020

Our annual Community Breakfast was once again blessed with great company and good weather! Thank you for bringing your breakfast picnic hamper to enjoy the morning with us. We always love the opportunity to meet and greet new parents and those who do not always have the chance to be around the school on a daily basis – the feedback has been very positive!

We had our good friend Neville Collard deliver a beautiful “Welcome” and Danielle provide a wonderful community sing with the students of Wanjoo. An opportunity was provided for our parent community to hear about and engage in the evolving Strategic Plan for 2020 onwards. This session, following the short assembly, has provided us with valuable input from our parent community. Thank you to those who participated.

Anthony and Jacob, our visiting indigenous dancers lead an engaging interactive activity for some of our early year’s rotations with thought-provoking artistic movement. Thank you, Anthony and Jacob, for your time and efforts.

A special thank you to parent Jazz Bailey, for her Natural Sprays workshop with the students, a highlight of the morning.

Year 10 student Liam, also went the extra mile yesterday, arriving in the early hours with staff to assist Rhys with the stage and sound set up. Thanks Liam!

I would also like to thank our hard-working staff for their outstanding work throughout the morning; they ran 12 unique “stations” throughout the morning including Indigenous Dance, Magic Master, Social Dance, Wax Wraps, Literacy, Knitting, Rocket Man, Lawn Games, Natural Sprays, Paper Toys, Brains Firing and Drawing our Noticing’s.

It was a particular highlight to spend the morning with the students in these “break out” sessions – they are so enthusiastic and hungry to engage!

I think you will agree that the pictures (Thank you, Rory) speak for themselves! Stunning!


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