Thankyou to Penny Ong for organising our first Autism Awareness Day.  The children from all year groups wore blue accessories as a symbol of our awareness and were involved in activities throughout the day that raised awareness and understanding of Autism.  The highlight of the day was having Kate from Bunnings help the the children plant blue flowers around the school.  Thankyou Bunnings for the donation of all of the plants.

For more information about Autism:


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Intermittent Access to Department of Education Email

We apologise if our teachers or admin have been slow to respond to any email correspondance over the past week or coming days.  The Department of Education is working hard to rectify some technical issues with the email system.  This is affecting our ability to receive and send emails.

Thank you for your understanding.


Healthy Food 2017

No food for sharing.

To help us comply with the Department of Education’s Healthy Food and Drink Policy, please do not send any food to school for your child to share with others on their birthday or other special event. Teachers of Year 1- 6 students are unanimous in their support of this request and are happy to discuss other ways to acknowledge or celebrate your child’s special day. For Kindy and Pre-Primary students, please ask your child’s teacher about appropriate food to share. Please click on the link for more information on the Green, Amber and Red food categories:

Healthy Food Policy

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