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On Thursday 5th September we held our 2019 Sports Day! We had perfect weather for the day and so much fun. A big thank you to everyone who helped the day run smoothly including our BBQ team, parent helpers, staff and particularly Kamal, our PE teacher, who did a fabulous job organising a great day for us all! Congratulations to […]
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Book week 2019, had a super feel, with this years theme being ‘reading is my super power.’ Students and staff dressed up as their favourite character and participated in a parade during Piazza. There was some interesting character costumes such as Thelma the Unicorn, Bear Grills, the Mad Hatter and Hermione Granger. Book week is a school favourite event to […]
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To celebrate National Science Week, Felixstow invited SciWorld into our school to share their knowledge and passion for science with us . SciWorld expert, Nat demonstrated a range of different concepts. Some of the students favourites were the crazy balloon that was able to whiz around the room in different directions. Nat also showed us the levitating paper. The last demonstration had us all saying ‘wow’ when Nat blew […]
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The Juniors recently went to see Patch Theatre Company’s production of ‘Zoom’. It was inspired by the book ‘Harold and the Purple Crayon’ that was written in the 1950s. This show however, was very 21st Century as they were so many amazing light effects as the main character imagined and drew a world with light. There were monster animations, lights […]
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Pj day was held at Felixstow Community School on the 5th of July. Students and staff dressed in their comfiest Pj’s and were treated to hot chocolates, popcorn and a movie to celebrate the end of term 2. The students and families raised funds and made donations to give to Back Packs 4 Kids SA who support children who have had to leave their homes without any of […]
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On July 4th, Felixstow Community School went on an excursion to Morialta. Each class went on a trail walk and participated in mindfulness activities inside the cave. They then were given time to explore the Nature Playground and engage in a range of activities such as bird watching, identifying micro organisms to determine the health of the water and identifying […]
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On the 3rd of July, students welcomed their loved ones into the school to share this terms learning with them. Their learning included dance, music, drama and media art performances. The students performances showcased their learning from the inquiry topic ‘peoples stories from the past are important,’ focussing in on families and migration.
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Felixstow students attended the opening day of the Dream Big Children’s Festival. Along with 2000 other children from across Adelaide, they formed a choir that sung the song we’re all in this together across the footbridge in the city. The Junior students were then treated to a performance based on the best-selling children’s book ‘The Gruffalo.’ The performance had sold out in countries around the […]
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On the 10th of May, 18 Felixstow students took part in the 2019 trials for the South Australian Primary Schools Amateur Sports Association (SAPSASA). We are very proud of the growth mindset our students displayed. It was a great day for all!
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Felixstow students enjoyed an interactive tour at the Migration Museum to further explore this terms inquiry topic ‘People’s stories from the past are important.’  The tour gave the Junior students the opportunity to immerse themselves in the past through dress ups and games. The Primary students were guided through a timeline of Australia’s migration history and given powerful comparisons of […]
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