There is so much to celebrate about our school this year. Just recently we have witnessed the range of talent in our student body.
Our Musical Theatre Group performed 'Musicville' on two Fridays for all our classes. Bianca Schultz worked with the group over the year to pull this performance together - we are so grateful for her ongoing commitment to these students.
Other students have attended sporting events including the boys basketball team (see the article below); boys and girls Rugby Tag; individuals competing at the Softball tournament. Unfortunately this week the State Athletics and Swimming Championships were cancelled due to the current restrictions.
A love of books and reading was on display at the Book Week dress up day - you would have seen the pictures. Some students (and parents) are very creative in designing costumes!
Our three Readers Rap teams enjoyed a great day earlier in the term, as mentioned in the previous newsletter.
The respect and understanding shown at the Remembrance Day ceremony by the students was great. The hosts, members of the Promotions SAT, can be proud of the way they ran the ceremony. This is a special event in our annual calendar that I am particularly proud of.
And then there was the COLOUR RUN! It was so good being out there together as a school. Our whole school get togethers have been few and far between this year, and we have missed them! Reports from the Governing Council volunteers spoke highly of how polite our students were when they ran past a station. On top of that there were many examples of students being kind to each other by encouraging others who were finding it tough. Now that is something to celebrate and be proud of!
As we head into the last three weeks of the year, the community is in a state of uncertainty. I will keep you informed of what is happening for our site - students, staff and families. Keep your eye on Skoolbag / email for any updates. Take care of each other and stay safe!