What a fantastically busy week we have seen this week! It was wonderful to hear of the success of Twilight Sports - I hear the children and parents were on fire!! I would like to apologise to those families who came along for the activities at 6pm to find they had already started. It would seem that the staff were super keen to get going and lost track of the timing.
With only a couple of weeks left before our Easter break it’s a great time to reflect on the amount of things that have been happening throughout term 1. We have really seen our STEAM program grow and student engagement with the hands-on inquiry learning program is outstanding. Science week activities are happening next week, as well as inquiry maths and copious amounts of writing happening throughout the school! We hosted the GATEWAYS program this week for the first time in over a year - it’s so super to feel some normality again.
Our Bullying No Way! day was a super way to engage the children in thinking about being active citizens. Thanks to our SRC and Alex Davies for organising this event. There are further activities to follow during Care Groups next week.
Please look out for your class reps emails coming home soon!
If the children experience any difficulty at play time or lunch time they can fill in a playground report. This report is then given to the teacher who can help the child to solve the problem or escalate if needed. The reports are collated by the class teachers. We use the data to ensure that supervision is in the right places, to identify repeat behaviours and put things in place to ensure they are reduced and also to advise our SEL programs. You might want to discuss the reporting system with your child at home.