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Date:

07/05/15

Cross Country Schedule of Events for Friday 15th May

  Program outline:   9.45am-10.00am       Welcome 10.00am-10.15am     Outline of running course for competitors 10.15am -10.45am    10 Year Boys event 10.45am – 11.15am  10 Year Girls event 11.15am – 11.45am 11Year Boys event 11.45am – 12.15pm  11 Year Girls event 12.15pm – 12.45pm  12/13 Year Boys event 12.45pm – 1.15pm    12/13 Year Girls event 1.15pm […]

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Date:

05/05/15

Cross Country team for 2015

Students last week competed in Cross Country trials for the upcoming 3SA Cross Country Carnival at Bald Hill Park, Clayton. All students were fantastic and displayed great resilience, determination and courage. A list of the students who qualified is below. Students are placed into their appropriate age group and qualification is based on times. A […]

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Date:

01/05/15

Fun with the Circus

Our Prep to Year 2 students are having an absolute ball working with their trainers Phoebe and Shaw to learn new circus skills. This week it was all about balancing, spinning, throwing and catching. Prep B students doing the Airplane. “I like doing the airplanes” Mitchell, Prep B “I like spinning the plate on the stick and […]

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Date:

24/04/15

Learning the Hiragana Alphabet with Year 2

Year 2 children did an amazing job at learning the various Japanese letters of the Hiragana alphabet in class this week. They all worked in pairs to put together a special ‘Dragon Ball Z’ alphabet puzzle. They needed to show grit and perseverance as it was quite a challenging task!    

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Date:

23/04/15

CROSS COUNTRY WEEK

Next week is Cross Country Week. All students will be competing in trials during PE sessions. So make sure your child has their best running shoes on. The students in prep & grade run the mini cross country course; 2 laps of the school course. The students in grade’s 2,3, 4 run the 2km course. […]

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Date:

20/04/15

Victorian State School Spectacular

Mass Dance Rehearsals Rehearsals for this year’s State School Spectacular are in full swing!  20 of our lovely Year 6 students attended their second round mass dance rehearsal today. The students have learnt five of the seven routines they will be performing at the Spectacular event in September. Well done Tom, Olivia, Hazel, Laura, Lola-Jean, Finn, Grace, […]

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Date:

17/04/15

The Circus has arrived at SKPS!

LITTLE DEVILS CIRCUS This week our beautiful Prep to Year 2 students started their first round of circus workshops with the Little Devils Circus. They had lots of fun learning different skills with their trainers Phoebe and Shaw. Check out  1K learning how to use spin Pois, throw scarves and and balance sticks.         […]

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Date:

27/03/15

Japanese Phrases: Please practise with your family everyday !

Konnichiwa (kon-nee-chee-WAH) Here are some Japanese phrases you can practise with your family everyday ! Have fun 🙂 Phrases in English Phonetic Pronunciation Hello. Konnichiwa. (kon-nee-chee-wah) How are you? Ogenki desu ka? (oh-gen-kee dess-kah?) Fine, thank you. Hai, genki desu. (hai, gen-kee dess) What is your name? O-namae wa nan desu ka? (Oh-nah-mah-eh wah nahn […]

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Date:

27/03/15

Elephants Galore

This term the Preps have been busy exploring what happens when different colours are mixed together. They also had lots of fun using objects to print and make marks with paint. These artworks were cut into smaller squares and the children worked in teams to create giant Elmer the Elephants. You can check out these […]

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Date:

27/03/15

Fun with Music!

What an exciting term it has been in Performing Arts. From exploring the Music elements to singing songs and creating compositions using GarageBand, the kids have been hard at work and have had lots of fun along the way. Next term, the Prep to Year 2 students will commence their circus workshops with trainers from Little […]

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