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08 8296 1950  dl.0913.info@schools.sa.edu.au

WELCOME

Welcome to the Seacliff Primary School website. At Seacliff, we aim to develop creative confident learners who can adapt to and participate effectively in a rapidly changing world.

Our vision is of a community where staff members, parents and students work collaboratively towards achieving the best possible learning environment and educational outcomes. We value and promote personal excellence, a love of learning and quality relationships between students, staff members, parents and the wider community.

LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

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    ‘More Than a Word’ – Reconciliation Takes Action, 2021

    You would be aware that this is National Reconciliation Week. Our school has a number of related events planned, or that have already taken place. Recently, Kaurna gentleman Corey Turner visited Seacliff Primary to give advice about development of our school’s proposed Kaurna Walk and Sustainable Community Garden.

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    Old Scholars School Tour

    On Friday 21 May, we had a group of 20 old scholars come back the school to take a trip down memory lane. When they arrived, they were met by some of our middle primary and junior primary students and taken to reception to do a COVID check in. They then went to the library to enjoy some morning tea and looked at some old school photos and class records from our archives.

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    WARNING: Skipping is contagious at Seacliff Primary School!

    Wow! What a great start to our Jump Rope for Heart program. All classes have been developing their skipping skills in PE lessons and our skipping ropes are ALL being used in the yard at recess and lunch. I have been so impressed with the student’s fast development and it is lovely to see how eager they are to participate in this program.

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    Oliphant Science Awards registrations now open for all R to 7 Students.

    Seacliff Primary will be offering Oliphant Science Awards involvement for all of the students of the school, R to 7, again this year. If your child wishes to enter, please provide relevant details via this app and pay your registration fee by Thursday, May 27th.

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    ‘National Day of Action – Bullying NO WAY!’

    Friday 19th March ‘National Day of Action – Bullying NO WAY!’

    Across classes at Seacliff Primary, students participated in a variety of lessons, tasks and activities to raise awareness of the definition of bullying, the impact of bullying and strategies to prevent and stop bullying to mark The National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence.

FROM THE CLASSROOM

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    Room 16 – Can you spot a Procedure?

    Room 16 have been investigating procedures, what they are, where we can find them and how they are used in the real world. Here are some examples of where we have seen some:

    Recipes.
    Putting toys or furniture together.
    How to play games.
    How to make something.

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    Rooms 2 & 5: Living and non-living investigations

    Last term, Room 2 and Room 5 have been investigating Living and Non-Living things as a Science focus area of study.

    The students have concentrated on sorting and classifying Living and Non-Living objects, and then identifying and comparing differences. They have also identified similarities and differences of living things, with particular attention to various insects and how they change over the course of their lifetime.

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    R-2 Japanese: Rooms 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 16

    In Term 1, students began learning sea creatures in Japanese. They had lots of fun learning actions for each creature and we hope they shared some of these with you at home. Reception students explored the sentence structure “I like (animal).”

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    ROOMS 0, 3 & 4 – Marine Discovery

    The students from Rooms 0, 3 and 4 have had great fun learning all about the creatures that live in, or close to, the sea. They have discovered many interesting facts about sea creatures. They got to go swimming with sea lions using virtual reality headsets. They met a porcupine fish, a Port Jackson shark, stingrays and seahorses.

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    Seacliff Beach Dune Planting  –  City of Holdfast Bay Annual Revegetation

    The school was invited by the City of Holdfast Bay to be involved in the volunteer and education program, therefore the Year 3/4s of Room 10 and Year 4/5s of Room 11 took up the opportunity. The students were very enthusiastic to contribute to this worthwhile environmental project, which is in their own ‘backyard’. This integrates well with our school and local community environmental focus this year.

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    ROOMS 0, 3 & 4 – Marine Discovery

    The students from Rooms 0, 3 and 4 have had great fun learning all about the creatures that live in, or close to, the sea. They have discovered many interesting facts about sea creatures. They got to go swimming with sea lions using virtual reality headsets. They met a porcupine fish, a Port Jackson shark, stingrays and seahorses.

  • Students, Parents, Volunteers

    Seacliff Beach Dune Planting  –  City of Holdfast Bay Annual Revegetation

    The school was invited by the City of Holdfast Bay to be involved in the volunteer and education program, therefore the Year 3/4s of Room 10 and Year 4/5s of Room 11 took up the opportunity. The students were very enthusiastic to contribute to this worthwhile environmental project, which is in their own ‘backyard’. This integrates well with our school and local community environmental focus this year.

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    Room 1 – Back in Time!

    This semester Room 1 have been learning about the past and how daily life has changed due to the use of technology. Students have been comparing family life, toys, the way we communicate and transport.
    We have had a lot of fun investigating the differences! Through reading books set in the olden days, watching short videos and researching, we have been able to design our own olden day toys and use our art skills to draw a horse and cart.

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    Rooms 6, 13 & 17 – Sustainability Investigations

    During the beach excursion, students investigated which types of plants and creatures survive in different zones closer to or further away from the water, examined soil samples from different zones, identified plants and creatures washed up on the beach, imaginatively created their own creature that was somehow adapted to survive in the area and designed their own anti-erosion invention.

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    Room 16 – Forces are all around us!

    This term, Room 16 has been learning about Forces for our Physical Sciences Unit. Students are expressing an interest in this topic and enjoy sharing their own experiences and understanding of forces in and around their home and school environments.

    Together, we have been learning how a force acts on an object to make it move in different directions. Some of these forces include ‘push’, ‘pull’, ‘gravity’, ‘resistance’ and ‘lift’.

OUR VISION

At Seacliff Primary School, we aim to develop creative confident learners who can adapt to and participate effectively in a rapidly changing world. Our vision is of a community where staff members, parents and students work collaboratively towards achieving the best possible learning environment and educational outcomes for all.

We value and promote personal excellence, a love of learning and quality relationships between students, staff members, parents and the wider community.