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Rosebank Public School

Village Journal #307

Rosebank Public School

At Rosebank, we firmly believe in the merits of a holistic education…celebrating and nurturing students’ multiple intelligences and ways of being. Our students love Art and Music but just now…Rosebank ESPECIALLY loves Sport…especially Soccer it must be said. When students were asked to draw about their favourite time at school, look what came up time and again. Our Small Schools Soccer Squad is training hard and will compete in the first round of the Small Schools Comp in a few weeks. We are so grateful for the commitment of the parents, Norm and Pete, who give their time to coach the team.  

 

Eureka Play-Group

Eureka Play-Group

 

Welcome back to another fun-filled term ahead at Eureka Playgroup. Since the start of the year we have welcomed a few new faces and said goodbye to a few familiar ones as well.

Juggling part-time work, childcare, family time and holidays is like trying to dress a toddler who won’t stand still. As soon as one element is under control, one leg in the trouser, one sock on one foot, then another is out of reach again. Today it’s the favourite t-shirt that has been thrown across the room. Tomorrow it’ll be the shoes. Parenthood is nothing if not a test of one’s ability to be flexible and adapt to constantly changing parameters, just when you thought you had it figured out.

Good thing you can rely on there being a group of sympathetic parents meeting each week in the peaceful surrounds of Eureka Public School. Come when you can. Your kids will love it. We’ll be there. Wednesdays 9.30am – 11.30am.

Ph. 6688 4272. 

Clunes Public School

Clunes Public School

 

Well here we are in Term 2 already!

Term 1 ended in a flurry of activity with a trip for the K-2 students to the Lismore Recycling and Recovery to complement their studies on sustainable living; cluster rehears- als for the small schools’ choir and combined band which will see our students participat- ing in the Lismore Performing Arts Festival in August this year; our swimming program and mini swimming carnival for students in Years 2 to 6 – won by Midyim House; training for and running of our school cross country; parent /teacher interviews for students in Years K-2 and student led conferences for students in Years 3-6; and to finish the term on a sweet note - a fabulous Easter Raffle which raised close to $800 for our school.

 

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