I'm feeling so fortunate to be working alongside such amazing, energetic, thoughtful and creative people from the community of St Andrews! I knew this place was special but WOW, the last fortnight has just been amazing!
First there was Crazy Hair Day – what a great way to raise some money and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis AND enjoy some amazing hair styles and groovy dancing alongside!
A big thank you to some very kind members of the Men's Shed that have been working with our students over the past few weeks on a very special project!! The men, students and teachers have had an absolute ball and look forward to more projects in the future!!
Thank you so much to those who attended our Working Bee on Sunday!! It was a fantastic turn out and we achieved so much!! Pruned trees and bushes, tidied and weeded garden beds, mass playground demolition, gutters cleaned sweeping, door jam fixes, and fantastic sausages to boot! Thanks!!!
Then there was Band Night and my goodness... what a night it was!! I could not be more proud of the courage, skill and energy that our students brought to that stage!! Thank you so much to Kyle for your countless hours of effort!! You will be greatly missed while you're away! We hope you learn a lot and rush straight back to us. We’re very lucky to have Dash and Lisa filling our instrumental music gap while you’re away.
Then today we had our Book Week, Special Persons Day and our little school was buzzing with excitement and energy! The sun even showed up!! Thank you to all of those who came along and enjoyed the morning. (And to those of you who clearly spent a lot of time with outfit preparation) We are so proud to have already exceeded our sale aim of $1000 at our Book Fair and we've still got a few days to go! A huge thanks to Sam, Laura and the other parents to have set up and run the fair over the last few days! It's been a big job and your work has not gone unnoticed!
After all of this excitement, I’m taking some time to rest and recuperate ;) . Whilst I’m away Felicity will be leading the helm. I look forward to seeing you all at the start of Spring.