The Durack School community were out in force to combat the cane toad last Friday. 147 people formed 32 teams to catch 722 (48.5kg) toads from the school grounds and around the lakes on the Palmerston Golf Course. A great time was had by all. It was wonderful to see some new families join us, as well as those who faithfully attend every bust. Durack School holds toad busts from 7pm on the Friday of week 5, every term.
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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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