On Saturday the 4th May from 8am to 11am we will be holding our school BUSY BEE.
This year we hope to knock a number of jobs off our ‘to do’ list with a little help from our friends.
- Tree Pruning
- General Help
If you are able to make some or all of the morning, please register through the below instructions
Download (PDF, 138KB)
If you can’t make it but would like to help out in another way you might consider:
- dropping in a small plate of morning tea for the workers
Please bring gloves, rakes, trimmers, wheelbarrows, ladders, a hat, a drink bottle and any other tools that might be helpful.
Thanks again everyone!
As a Waterwise School, we encourage all our families to participate in Seek a Leak Week. This activity can be done at home.
As part of our Seek a Leak Week Waterwise schools are encouraged to take the time to spot a leak with some activity plans.
Leaks can be extremely wasteful and costly. Did you know that a leaking toilet can result in nearly 3 buckets of wasted water a day!
Here is a link to the Waterwise website with details on how to run your own Seek a Leak at home.
Seek a Leak
A little Year 2 boy earnestly told me (with a beaming smile) this morning, how his dad had to work tonight so his Mum ‘snooked’ some cards into his bag as a big surprise …. very romantic and it wasn’t lost on their son! Absolutely wonderful! Hopefully dad had something lovely up his sleeve for Mum too? 🙂
Ok, “sneaked” is the correct standard past tense and past participle form of “sneak” and the word he was probably looking for! But hey, in another few years who knows, ‘snook’ might just be a new word!
Happy Valentine’s day everyone … may the love of those dear to you, and of a God who knows you through and through, nurture and sustain you, today and all the days of your life!
Just a short message to thank you all most sincerely for your donations of food today …. your generosity was greatly appreciated by the Tarandetti family.
Small gestures of kindness such as this, help a grieving family to know that they are being thought of in a very special way by people who really care.
Please keep Jack, his dad John, and all the family in your prayers during the difficult months ahead.
Once things settle a little we will share how you might like to support the family with a practical one -off meal or go on a more regular roster.
Thanks again and all the very best for the term ahead.