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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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    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.

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    Wellbeing, Zentangles and the Environment!

    Student wellbeing is a priority and staff diligently get to know their students, plan engaging learning tasks and provide opportunities for achievement, build respectful and supportive relationships and closely monitor the emotional wellbeing of each. Similarly, staff wellbeing is vital to manage stress and maintain a healthy work/life balance and to flourish in life.

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    Green Adelaide Youth Environment Leader Program

    On Monday 22 March, Skye, Jordan, Lyla, Maddy and Eve went to Southern Montessori School to participate in the Green Adelaide Youth Environmental Leaders Program. Four other southern schools were represented

    The day consisted of a series of environmental activities. After the ice-breaker we did a ‘future vision’ activity, which involved thinking about how our actions today has an effect on the future.

  • Tacos

    Team Canteen News!

    On Thursday March 18th Team Canteen held an incredibly successful Taco Day! We made a record 133 tacos on the day (as well as other lunches) with delicious fresh ingredients and the tomato salsa being a major hit!
    In the lead up to Taco Day we held a colouring competition- Congratulations to Lola Rm 18, Aisha Rm 3 and George Rm 4! We hope you enjoyed your $2 voucher to spend in the canteen!

FROM THE CLASSROOM

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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’.

  • Beach 5

    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.

  • Screen Shot 2021-03-11 at 5.59.47 pm

    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’.

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    Rooms 5 & 2 – Maths Learning is Fun!

    At Reception and Year 1 level, making Maths fun and enjoyable is the basis for creating and supporting students to become Literate and Numerate at an early age.

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    Room 18 & 19 – Classroom Culture

    Establishing a positive classroom culture paves the way for a very successful school year! During the first week of school we collaborated to develop our class contract. It is created around our 6 school values. As a class we unpacked what each value meant so students were able to develop a deeper understanding of each. Students worked in groups to create ‘we will’ statements for each value.

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    Room 5 tests out our ‘new’ kitchen

    Room 5 children have also had an opportunity to be involved in small group cooking activities in Seacliff’s amazing new kitchen and GUESS WHAT!!!! Yes, they were the first to use it!
    The students would like to thank the Fundraising Committee, and all school community members who participated in the various events that assisted in raising money for the kitchen.

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.