Wonga Wonga is a very diligent class and have had the pleasure of two fantastic university students this term. In class Mr Ross and Mrs Dammerel have ween working on improving student's reading, maths and writing. They have also been involved in a spelling competition, public speaking competition and increasing their sense of humour. Please enjoy these photos of the Wonga Wonga children hard at work.
We love to disco at Jamberoo and what a fun way to celebrate the end of term. I am pleased to say that all the boys and girls and staff had a wonderful evening. Thank you to the P&C for donating our delicious sausage sizzle. Please enjoy the photos in this edition of the newsletter.
Congratulations to India Binks for being named the winner of the Stage 2 Multicultural Perspectives Public Speaking competition for our area. It was great to hear yours and Eden's speeches at last weeks assembly. We are very proud of the extremely high quality of all of their speeches. Congratulations to Mahala, Matilda and Eden for being enthusiastic finalists.
During the coming holidays, we are hopeful to have some much needed tree work completed. As mentioned previously some of these trees have been labelled dangerous and need to be trimmed or removed. This is planned to take place in the first week of the holidays.
Today at assembly we had the opportunity of seeing our Tapa Napu NAIDOC week singers perform on the Department of Educations live feed. This went to all public schools across the state. These children volunteered, got their media release paperwork completed in a timely manner and rehearsed with Mrs Dammerel and Mrs Martin. We filmed a large amount of footage and the department selected a small portion of this to present in the singalong. The children were very excited to see themselves on the big screen and we invite you all to have a look via the link below.
COVID-19 As you will be very much aware the situation is changing very frequently. We are fortunate to still be able to operate without any major interruptions. This could change at any time. Please keep checking Dojo as any relevant Term 3 updates will be posted there. Also I would like to remind all parents and community members to please check in using the QR code on all entrances and by also signing in at the office if you are to be onsite for more than ten minutes. Please stay safe and healthy over the holidays.
I would like to take this opportunity to farewell the Walkerden family from our school as they relocate north. We will miss the children's smiling faces, but also the generosity of the family and the role that they played in the Jamberoo school community. We would like to wish you all the best in this new adventure.
Have a happy and safe holiday everyone!
Ms Greta Lewis