08 8296 1950  dl.0913.info@schools.sa.edu.au Barwell Avenue, Seacliff, SA 5049

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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    South West District Athletics

    South West District Athletics
    At the end of Term 3 we started to prepare ourselves for the South West District Athletics Carnival. We were thrilled this event was still happening because of the delay in Term 2 due to COVID-19.
    As we have numerous talented students, we planned our trials for those who wished to be in our athletics team. There was some great talent shown in our trials but it was tough competition.

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    Seacliff Soccer – 2020

    Soccer remains one of the most popular school sports at Seacliff and in 2020 we had six teams, including two in under 8. Our teams competed on Saturday mornings and also at an evening lightning carnival during the season. To ensure the success of the soccer program we had many parent volunteers. We thank them for their outstanding contributions to school sport at Seacliff.

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    World of Maths R-2

    This week the students at Seacliff Primary were afforded the opportunity to participate in an incursion which involved students from Reception to Year 7 doing plenty of interesting Maths related activities at various stations.

    Although we live in the age of digital technology, it was a terrific opportunity to observe students engaged and challenged with hands on tasks.

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    Kimochis

    Recently, Seacliff Primary staff have had the opportunity to participate in a six-week after hours Professional Development programme in Kimochis. Twenty staff including SSO’s, classroom and Specialist teachers and Leadership attended the sessions. Kimochis = means ‘feelings’ in Japanese.

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    Team Canteen News!

    Our canteen has had a makeover! Over the course of 3 days during the recent school holidays staff, parents and students painted our canteen a lovely new cool blue to lighten and freshen up our amazing space!

FROM THE CLASSROOM

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    ROOMS 10 and 11 – Humanities & Social Sciences (HASS)

    The Year 4/5 students of Rooms 10 and 11 have been engaged in HASS studies related to the geography of the continents of South America, North America, Europe and Africa. The focus of this work was on natural and man-made land forms, populations, location, area and environmental change over time.

    As a final assignment to demonstrate their learning, students created their own map of an imaginary country; including the many features that they had learned about throughout the Unit of Work.

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    Bunnings Spring Art

    Last term, Bunnings at Marion created a spring art competition for schools in our local area. Schools were invited to create a spring themed art work on a large piece of MDF board supplied by Bunnings. Room 2 and 5 worked together and Room 13 and 19. Room 2 and 5 created a Bunnings homestead artwork piece with some 3D aspects to it.

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    Sharing LOVE, POSITIVTY & KINDNESS!

    During Term 2 and 3, Mrs Litchfield and Mrs Watkins have been running girls’ wellbeing lessons with us. We have learnt about building positive relationships, treating others with kindness, being grateful and positive self-talk.

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    Learning and working towards a sustainable future

    The Year 3 and the Year 3 and 4 classes from Seacliff Primary continue their collaborative focus upon Sustainability, with the input of parents, grandparents and community personnel.

    On September 2nd, Jeremy Gramp, from Green Adelaide, trained twenty students from Rooms 6, 17 and 18 and around fifteen parents and grandparents in practices related to Sustainability.

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    Room 16 – Absolute Poetry!

    Room 16 has been exploring language and working on poetry as a means of self-expression. We hope you enjoy our work!

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    Learning and working towards a sustainable future

    The Year 3 and the Year 3 and 4 classes from Seacliff Primary continue their collaborative focus upon Sustainability, with the input of parents, grandparents and community personnel.

    On September 2nd, Jeremy Gramp, from Green Adelaide, trained twenty students from Rooms 6, 17 and 18 and around fifteen parents and grandparents in practices related to Sustainability.

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    Room 16 – Absolute Poetry!

    Room 16 has been exploring language and working on poetry as a means of self-expression. We hope you enjoy our work!

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    Preparations get underway!

    The time has come where preparations get underway for the end of year celebration night. Each class has used student voice to decide on what they would like to do for their end of year performance during celebration night.

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    Rooms 0, 2, 4 and 5 Japanese

    Students in Rooms 0, 2, 4 and 5 in Japanese have been working hard on creating some dioramas about a place that they ‘visited’ on their virtual tour of Japan. The topics were: Kinkakuji (the golden temple), Sakura (cherry blossom trees), the Snow Monkey Park and Mount Fuji.

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    Room 5 – ‘Hair Raising’ Learning Experiences

    The students in Room 5 have been researching the Polar Regions to springboard their learning into other curriculum areas. This integrated approach leads to greater depth of knowledge and understanding.

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.