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Date:

27/03/15

Great Excitement! Great opportunity!

                                   Japanese                          Great Excitement! Great opportunity! Our Japanese friends from our sister city school, Ishigase Elementary School (ES), contacted our school to ask how many host families we would be able to offer when they visit this year. The number of host families we can provide will determine how many children will participate in the […]

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Date:

20/03/15

Enchanted Laneway Project Launch

The Year 5 students have been hard at work converting recyclable bottles into interesting artworks. The project is featured in this month’s local Divercity magazine and you can check out the Facebook page for the whole journey. http://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/divercity78.htm https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waste-Not-Want-Not-Recycling-Laneway-Art-Project/236488643213282 The children are really excited about the project and I am sure they would really love […]

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Date:

26/02/15

Colour, Colour, Colour

Students from Year 1 to 4 have been exploring the colour wheel, tints, shades, warm and cool colours and the art of colour mixing. Understanding how colours can be mixed and used helps us to better convey our message as artists. Feel free to pop over to the Art room and see how we have […]

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Date:

30/01/15

Welcome back!

Welcome back everyone! I hope you all had a fabulous and fun-filled summer break. We have many exciting things that will be happening this year in Performing Arts. This term, our focus will be Music. Throughout the year we will have a number of opportunities for students to perform: The Victorian State School Spectacular – 20 […]

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Date:

30/01/15

Victorian State School Spectacular

It is with great pleasure that I announce SKPS will be involved in this year’s Victorian State School Spectacular as part of the mass dance routines.  This amazing production is held each year by the Education Department for students in primary and secondary state schools. 20 students from Year 5 and 6 will participate in […]

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