Read more: Final Fun Friday cardboard creations, return of Saturday sport, Innovation Club and Home Learning Club!
Welcome to Week 4 and how great it feels to be back on campus! There has been so much energy and enthusiasm from our students this week. You can see both on the playground and in the classroom, how excited our students are to be back and reconnecting with their friends, teachers and classmates.
A reminder that all students are expected to wear their uniform with pride and have the appropriate hair style. Please refer to page 25 in the College Diary if you are unsure of the College’s hair policy and expectations. It is important to continue to have high expectations and standards as we finish off the College year. If you have an issue booking a hair appointment, a letter needs to be sent to your son’s classroom teacher.
Final Fun Friday — Cardboard Creations
Congratulations to the following students who finished our last Fun Friday activity with a bang! I have been blown away by the time and effort our students have put into this and the creative and innovative spirit applied to all projects. I have learnt a lot about many of our students through these activities and realised we have some true artists in our hands. Well done to the following students:
- Finn McIvor – 5 Blue
- Hamish Patient – 5 Blue
- Jasper Lumsden – 5 Orange
- Cooper Hawkins – 5 Red
- Max Lee – 5 White
- Tom Maxwell – 6 Blue
- Henry Furlong – 6 Orange
- Ashton Briffa – 6 Red
- Chase Tanner – 6 White
- Rafael Kupershteyn – 6 White
Check out Cooper Hawkins’ Cardboard Frankenstein Friday Fun Activity. You could try this too! (5 Red)
Watch Chase Tanner explain how he ingeniously used recycled materials to construct his cardboard creation. (6 White)
Here’s Jasper Lumsden’s pop-out cardboard artwork. Incredible! (5 Orange)
Ms Gabrielle Bransby
Acting Director of Junior School
Return of Saturday Sport, Innovation Club and Home Learning Club
We are so happy to be able to announce the return of Saturday sport, Home Learning Club and Innovation Club for weeks 5, 6 and 7. Please see articles below for more information.
>>> Click here to view information about the return of Junior School Saturday Sport in the article by Principal, Mr Graham Leddie.
I am so excited to be able to continue Innovation Club in Weeks 5, 6 and 7. This will be held in the Learning Hub between 7:30am and 8:30am. Year 5 students will be on Tuesdays and Year 6 students on Wednesdays.
Ms Chloe-Jane Tweedie
5 White Teacher
Home Learning Club Weeks 5, 6 and 7
Home Learning will begin in Week 5. Please make note of the slight changes to the afternoon sessions before you book your son in.
- Monday and Thursday afternoons are dedicated to the Year 5 students.
- Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons are dedicated to the Year 6 students.
These measures have been put in place to minimise the mixing of grades while on campus. The afternoon sessions also provide a quiet, supervised study space for students who want to complete their assigned tasks.
Hours of Operation
Home Learning Club operates in the Learning Hub from 3pm until 4pm.
Only register his name once, to allow other students the opportunity to attend. The session is limited to 20 spots. There will be a roll call to ensure attendance. Students are required to stay for the full session unless there is a message in the student diary requesting early leave, a parent signature will be required.
As it is important to respect the rights of others to learn and work, all students are expected to settle to work in the Learning Hub and not cause a disturbance for others.
- Tuesday and Wednesday — Mrs Natasha Zivanovic
- Monday and Thursday — Mr Matt Ryan
If you require any further information, feel free to contact me.
Mrs Natasha Zivanovic
Primary Literacy and Innovation Teacher