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On Friday 25th March, we celebrated Harmony Day! One of our students welcomed us with a lovely Kaurna welcome once we were all outside. Classes were able to show their traditional and cultural clothing, and had the opportunity¬† to share where their family is from. It was so wonderful to see all the wonderful cultures that make up our community. […]
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Last week our Primary students and staff caught the bus into the city to see Roald Dahl and the Imagination Seekers at the Adelaide Fringe. Students were excited to head into Gluttony to see the show which involved lots of audience participation. One of our students was lucky enough to head up on stage to be a part of the […]
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Yesterday, the whole school hoped onto a bus and headed to the Marine Discovery Centre for our end of year excursion. The students were able to explore the beach using charts to identify different things and then make designs in the sand with what they found. Back the Marine Discovery Centre, we rotated around to try out all the different […]
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Last night we held our community celebration. Our students worked hard throughout the term to create activities for the night that would bring the community together. We had clay molding, sensory play, craft activities, scavenger hunts, photo booths, Kahoot quizzes and so much more! We are so proud of the enthusiasm and commitment that our students brought to planning this […]
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Our Reception to year 5 students¬†loved swimming last week. The students learnt all about water safety at the pool and beach, how to float, how to call for help, how to build a raft, and how to help others. They also played a number of games and finished the week off with a pool dance party!    
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Our year 6 and 7 students had a blast at their aquatics day. They had the opportunity to do canoeing, kayaking, sailing and more. This was such a great way to celebrate the end of their primary school journey.
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This year, we have once again entered a Christmas tree and present into the Festival Gallery on Osmond. This year we were inspired by the year that has been including masks from our Covid lockdowns, and gold medals from the olympics. The winner will receive a $250 Dillons book voucher and can donate $500 to a charity of their choice. […]
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Well done everyone that took part in the volleyball carnival at Glenelg. We had a record number of students take part this year (a total of 26 students!). The year 6/7 boys team made it to the finals but lost to Plympton International School while our year 6/7 girls team managed to make it to the semi finals. Definitely a […]
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On Tuesday, 2nd November, we had a group of students graduate from Children’s University. We are so proud of the commitment and dedication that our students have shown throughout the year to ensure that they were able to graduate. Well done everyone!
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Our Primary students walked to Lochiel Park Community Garden yesterday as a part of their inquiry learning. At the Community Garden we were met by some volunteers whom acted as our guides around the garden. They taught us how the garden works, what they grow, the tools they use and even let us try some of their fresh produce.
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