Student Reports Semester 1, 2022

We will be reporting against the Victorian Curriculum in all subject areas in June 2022.

Term 2, 2022 events

Special Thanks….

Basketball Stadium Resurfacing works

This is starting in Term 3.

We look forward to our new court and thank SCHOOL COUNCIL for their project funding!

Cross Country- 3rd May, 2022

The whole school cross country run will be held on Tuesday 3rd May. The Cross Country event is a school event which is part of the school curriculum and every child is expected to attend and participate on the day.

The Cross Country is going to be scheduled slightly different to that of the past, with the whole school arriving at Yarramna Park, for an 11am start.

The Junior age groups will complete their Cross Country run, with the Senior age groups following the Juniors. An emphasis on positive Team work, Support and Encouragement will be the focus on the day, as the Senior students will be present to encourage and support all junior aged students.

A running schedule has been provided below. We will be aiming to finish our Cross Country run by 1:30pm.

Order of Running

6 Year Boys – 0.4 km, 6 Year Girls – 0.4 km, 7 Year Boys – 0.8km approx., 7 Year Girls – 0.8km approx., 8 Year Boys – 1.2km approx., 8 Year Girls – 1.2km approx., 9 & 10 year Boys – 2km,

9 & 10 year Girls – 2km, 11 Year Boys – 3km, 11 Year Girls – 3km, 12/13 Year Boys – 3km,

12/13 Year Girls – 3km

*Age is taken from the end of 31st December, 2022.

* If your child cannot participate for medical or other reasons we will require a note explaining the reason.

Students are required to have appropriate running gear, (shorts, runners, no slip-on shoes or boots, no long pants please) and house colours are encouraged on the day. Students will have some time before the event to get changed.

GRIP Leadership

The annual GRIP leadership Conference is to be held in MAY, and our school captains and vide captains will attend this event. Student voice is an important part of learning, as it helps students take ownership over their social, emotional and academic growth.

Education Week

Activities at school will include HISTORY WEEK.

Student Led Conferences

These will be held in individual classrooms in the last week of Term. It’s a fantastic opportunity for students to showcase their achievements with parents, explaining their progress. A timetable will be sent home to ensure everyone has time to see their student’s conference.