On Thursday 8th September we had our Kindy Sports Carnival. The Kindy students competed in a variety of games and running races. The rest of the school came out and cheered our youngest members of the community on. On Friday 9th September, Pre-Primary to Year 6 had their Athletics carnival. They had been practising all
On the 8th September the school raised awareness for R U OK? Day. Students and staff were encouraged to wear yellow on the day. Each class had a discussion about the mission behind R U OK? Day and created a display to go with a planted yellow flower in a yellow R U OK? pot.
On the 7th September, students participated in the P&C Lapathon fundraiser. The junior students ran around the oval and the seniors around the school 5 times. Each time getting a stamp from their teacher. Students have been finding sponsors over the weeks to help raise money for each lap they run. Well done to all
Our Early Childhood classes celebrated Fathers Day (and special guardians day) on Thursday 1st September. Each class did different activities with the dads such as: face shaving, construction building, drawing and painting their special person and playing games outside. At the end of the day, the students gave their dad or special person a gift
What a wonderful excursion we had on August 5th ! Students from Years 4-6 were invited to the State Theatre, to Studio Underground, to see the Barking Gecko production ‘Cicada’. It was an amazing adaptation of Shaun Tan’s book. Please see the lovely feedback we received about our fantastic students and staff. Thank you everyone!
This term the school did a whole school approach with our Talk 4 Writing. Making our hook for our stories to do with eggs! In our Pre-Primary/Year 1 class they organised for ‘U Can Hatch Us’ to come in and watch chicks hatch from their eggs. The kids have absolutely loved watching the chicks grow
Room 5 and Room 13 were lucky enough to win an excursion to Constable Care. The day was full of road safety discussions, bike riding fun and hands on activities. Thank you to the Constable Care Safety School for a great day!
The classes from Red Block celebrated ”100 Days of School” today. Everyone got to dress up as if they were 100 years old . The classes did a variety of fun activities involving the number 100. Some of these activities included: threading 100 frootloops onto a necklace, using 100s and 1000s to make fairy bread,
Last Friday North Balga hosted their first ever in-house winter carnival. Students were put into teams after practicing for the term and we spent the afternoon playing netball, football or soccer. Students had a lovely afternoon and luckily the rain held off for us ! A few special mentions to our most valuable players (nominated