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Corndale Public School - A Parent's Perspective

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Corndale Public School - A Parent's Perspective

Almost 3 years ago we were busily building our house on our property we had just bought on Corndale Road. With the house build coming along and plans to move to the area for the start of the school year I thought I had better look into the local schools and where to enrol the kids. There were a few nearby school options and I thought I would visit and take a look at a few of them and make a decision. 

A couple of the nearby schools were both very similar in size and number of classes and teachers.  Both seemed like lovely schools, with happy students and the staff were very welcoming and I came away feeling that we had some great schooling options to choose from.  


Corndale Public School #298


Corndale Public School #298

Wow, once again Corndale Public School has been involved in many fantastic opportunities. 

At the end of last Term the 5/6 students participated in the Canberra Excursion. We had an amazing time. I would like to acknowledge and thank our students of Corndale and all of the other students from the other 5 participating schools on their exemplary behaviour and their willingness to participate and involve themselves in all activities. 

We visited many interesting places and particularly enjoyed seeing Parliament House and spending the day at the snow. Kindergarten to Year 4 participated in a wonderful excursion to Bunnings in the last week of last Term. This was a great experience and I would like to thank Bunnings for supporting our school and providing this opportunity to our children. 

Cathy McEwen and our 4 Stage 2 boys attended the annual NAIDOC celebrations at the show grounds. This was a great opportunity and I am pleased all of the students enjoyed the day.  

This term we are looking forward to our Athletics Carnivals, Channon Teams Day, Milo Cricket and Performing Arts. Cathy McEwen is in full swing organising our Performing Arts and we look forward to another wonderful performance. 


Jane Johns

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