From the Principal

Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members

Last week we celebrated Book Week and students participated in a range of exciting activities to promote the love of reading. Classes buddied up and did buddy reading throughout the week and these buddies then worked together to complete a treasure hunt on the Friday afternoon. Students participated in two incursions. The first was organised by The City of Albany Library and special guest Stig Wemyss, who is the narrator of the Andy Griffiths books entertained students. The second was an online live stream based on the CBCA Shortlisted books. This performance was a great opportunity for students to participate in. Thank you to all students who participated in our dress up day, and to the Book Week committee for organising activities. It was a great week!


On Wednesday 13 September we are having our Learning Journey open night.

Parents and family members are invited to come to school between 4pm and 6pm with their student to visit their child’s class and specialist classes to see the wonderful things they have been learning this year. The P&C will have a sausage sizzle, drinks and a pop-up café which families will be able to purchase on the night. We look forward to seeing all families at this event.

Next week our choir students will be performing at the Schools Music Festival. Students have been working hard with Mrs Grosshans to learn the songs they will be performing and we wish them all the best of luck on the night. We have been advised by the AEC that those who are not successful in securing tickets, are welcome to stay in the venue and watch the performance on a large LCD screen in The View Restaurant. They are hoping to secure a barista for the evening.

Our next assembly will be on Friday 8 September, hosted by Room 35. We look forward to seeing families at this event.

Have a great weekend!

Kind regards Gemma Larham