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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The students from Transition to Year 6 were treated to a brilliant performance when Makukuhan visited on Monday 29th May. Makukuhan is a dynamic mini-Gamelan Indonesian orchestra, whose performances are a riot of colour and rhythm, including pitch-bending drums, mesmerising masked dance and…
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