Attention: 2020 NAPLAN has been cancelled.
Please see the media release issued by the Education Council on 20 March 2020.
National Day of Action Against Bullying
Friday, 20 March is National Day of Action Against Bullying – The NDA have decided to postpone their National Day of Action Against Bullying because of the current COVID-19 outbreak.
However, we can say Bullying – No Way! everyday of the year; therefore, students can wear free dress for this day with something orange in recognition of National Day of Action Against Bullying. As always, outfits must be sun safe, no bare midriff or inappropriate slogans. Shoes must be closed in and hats are required. No gold coin necessary.
Please have a look at some of the video’s we've previously shared on our Facebook page to help students understand about bullying and how they can play a part in saying “No Way!”.
Chrissy Wellwood (Deputy Principal)
There have been some big changes in the green group this term. The money we received from the grant has gone towards extending and adding plenty more garden beds and equipment for our students to use. We have been planting a variety of fruits and vegetables for our tuckshop and community to use, some of them include:
- Silver beat
- Sweet Potatoes
Soon we'll be harvesting a big crop of sweet potatoes to make our very own healthy chips with rosemary and thyme. We have had a big turn out of students from Years 1 - 5 helping on Mondays and Fridays which has been so great to see! I can't wait to see more students down there helping out where they can.
On Wednesday 4th March the following students competed in the Regional Swimming Carnival at Caboolture Aquatic Centre. The competition was fierce but many of our students achieved personal best times. Congratulations to all competing students.
- Braiden M (50m Butterfly 17th, 50m Backstroke 16th)
- Ava P (50m Backstroke 31st, 50m Freestyle 44th)
- Jensen D (50m Backstroke 20th, 50m Freestyle 39th)
- Connor B (50m Backstroke 19th, 50m Breaststroke 7th, 100m Breaststroke 4th)
- Phoebe D (50m Backstroke 18th)
- Louise H (50m Backstroke 17th, 50m Breaststroke 9th, 50m Freestyle 21st)
Not even the rain could dampen the spirits of our Year 4’s at Camp Currimundi 2020! The camp provided a fantastic opportunity for everyone to strengthen existing friendships, build new friendships and to develop team work, persistence and courage. We had the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities including:
- The giant swing
- Team Challenges
- Kite Making
- Mini Olympics and
- A STEM challenge
Everyone rose to the challenge and gave all of the activities a red hot shot!! We are extremely proud of our students who displayed beautiful manners, respect and a ‘can do attitude’. Thank you everyone for making the most of your experience at camp!
Here's a few photos of the camp.
School holiday activities...click here for more information or view the flyer Easter School Holidays Caboolture Regional Art Gallery A5