This week students across the school were treated to a visit by Renice Freeman from the Commonwealth Bank Smart Start program, which focuses on teaching children about financial literacy. Year 1 and 2 lessons focused on the Australian currency and needs as opposed to wants. Year 3 and Year 4 students participated in a great team building session focused on shopping choices, EFTPOS and debit and credit cards. Year 5 and 6 lessons focused on budgeting, ways to earn money and setting financial goals –‘See It, Earn It, Save It!’
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This week, some of our Early Years classes participated in a Drama Workshop with Monkey Baa Theatre Company. Students worked collaboratively to represent objects and create scenes from The Diary of a Wombat. They also created and performed a montage of scenes from the story.We look forward to seeing…
The Australia Day Council is pleased to advise nominations are now open for the 2018 Australia Day Student Citizen Awards. Sponsored by the Department of Education, these awards recognise excellent citizenship within the school community.If you are in Year 5/6 you are invited to nominate. Students must…
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