On Saturday March 13th starting at 9:30am we will be holding a Village community event, a Village Farm Day. Hope most of you will be able to make it, even if only for some of the time.
There have been a few changes in the curriculum choices this year and various parents have queried why. At the end of each year, the teachers review what has happened over the year. We discuss our successes and also things that could have worked better.
Not what we were expecting, but never mind, it will be all over by Thursday, we hope! We’ll need to change our plans around the whole school BBQ and meeting, parent-teacher interviews and sport for this Wednesday.
The children were all settled and very calm, no separation tears in prep and lots of interactions across all the age groups as they got out the tennis rackets and also played tiggy around the whole school.
In 2020 Covid prevented us from running our usual whole school performance in term 3. Instead, we rehearsed lines on Zoom during that term and made a film of the performance in term 4 which was, “The Curious Case of Romeo and Juliet”. As usual, we had a home-grown performance, written with an eye to
It was lovely to see all the children back from last year, all looking older and bigger and a big welcome to our new parents, both in part-time prep, prep and Samantha’s group. We are hoping for a very different year from the last and our teachers are all feeling very positive as school is virtually back to normal.
We have decided to run the graduation concert as planned on Monday 7th December. Year sixes will also be off on a camp to Phillip Island in the last week and will return back just in time for Father Xmas.
It’s the third last week of school and the activity steps up yet again. Filming for the play is next week, so let’s have a busy but happy week and cross your fingers for no more sick children.
We have started rehearsing some parts of the play this week. Whatever happens, we’ll make the best of it and at least it will be a very different performing experience for the children.
It was so nice to receive the wonderful products the children make at breaks and lunchtimes from the mud pit, which include flat whites and lattes as well as delightful tarts and chocolate cakes!