Articles in Category: School News

Goonengerry Public School

Goonengerry Public School

 

Term 4 is now well underway with our new targeted literacy and numeracy sessions show- ing amazing results with the children already.

Our fabulous P&C will be holding a Community Garage Sale on Saturday, 14 November at school from 9am til 1pm. An encore performance of our much talked about ValleyFest item will be held during the day. Stalls are available to hire for $5 with proceeds from the stall go back to the stallholder. Second-hand goods, bric-a-brac, fresh produce, handmade goods, plants etc – all welcome!

 

Coopers Creek Public School

Coopers Creek Public School

 

Term 4 is underway already and we have had a great start to the term here at Upper Coopers Creek. Our new vegetable gardens are now complete and we are eagerly awaiting the harvest from our first plantings. The garden and lessons based around it are reinforcing concepts students are learning in science such as transpiration and seed germination. We would like to say a big thank you to Dierk and Sandra from Mandala garden products for all their assistance with this project.

 

Rosebank Public School

Rosebank Public School

 

"Receive the children in reverence, educate them in love, and send them forth in freedom."

Rudolf Steiner

A week or so ago, all Rosebank students enjoyed a special morning designed to receive our 2016 Kinder students into our school community, show our love and care for them and create a space for free play - igniting imagination, inspiring creativity and enabling connections.

 

 

Rosebank Public School

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Rosebank Public School

I am Rosebank, hear me ROAR! Our term ended with a flurry of excitement, as Rosebank students took to the stage to present our Whole School Musical, The Lion King. Our children sang and danced to a very full house, really hamming it up and revelling in the audience’s obvious enjoyment of their talents. There were so many moments of triumph, as veteran performers did their customary stellar job and new stars were born.

And the reviews are in....

“Bedazzling! The brightness of the kids’ faces. They really blossomed!”

Sri (Sai and Tavi’s Dad)

“It was good. A lot of people had fun. No-one actually really needed any help with their lines.”

Ederyn (Year 3)

“They just had so much fun. The kids really enjoyed it. They had ownership of it. They all had their little part.”

Barb (Ederyn’s Mum)

 

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.  

 

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