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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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    Year 3 – 7 Sports Day

    Congratulations to Emily Mooney-Doe and our Sports Day House Captains for helping to make it such a wonderful school community evet!
    On Friday the 17th of September we had our year 3-7 Sports Day. We started the day off with great team chants and a fantastic warm up. This continued into our sprints and long distance run before we went into our events. The day was designed by our sports day captains with Miss Mooney-Doe to ensure a successful and enjoyable day for everyone. It involved a range of athletic events, sports, and group games.

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    Junior Primary Sports Day

    On Thursday of week 7, students in year R-2 had their Sports Day. The day had been thoughtfully planned by our year 6 and 7 captains to ensure a fun and successful day.

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    Book Week 2021 – Old worlds, new worlds and other worlds!

    Friday 27th August was a memorable day at Seacliff Primary school, when we welcomed a school full of costumed characters from ‘Old worlds, new worlds and other worlds.’
    Students and staff joined in with the colourful parade, which finished with the whole school participating in a Flash Mob, to the music of ‘The Greatest Showman’.

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    Fundraising Father’s Day Raffle

    Thank you to everyone who entered the Father’s Day Raffle. Thank you also to the Fundraising Committee for your efforts to get this up and running to raise funds to support school improvements for our students.

    Congratulations to our winners and wishing all the fathers out there a wonderful Father’s Day!

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    Science Week at Seacliff Primary

    The workshops run by Science for Real that all students, R to 7, attended during National Science Week were fun and action-based. Many students have reported that they had a great time and learnt a lot.
    As part of the week’s celebrations, students of our school also visited other classes for cross-age science activities, such as the science investigations enjoyed together by Room 16, 17, 18 and 19 children.

FROM THE CLASSROOM

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    Room 1 – Science Learnings & JP Sports Day Opinions

    In Term 3, Room 1 has been learning about how things grow and change in their science unit. We have explored many different living things! We planted beans to document and observe the changes. Students recorded these in our bean diaries, and we were surprised how quickly they grew!

    Thank you to all of the family and friends who came to watch us on Sports Day. We had lots of fun! Thank you to the Sports Day leaders, our teachers and Ms Mooney-Doe too!

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    Room 16 – Life’s a Cycle

    Room 16 has been very excited about our science learning this term. Our focus has been on living things, what they need to survive, and their life cycles. We would love to show you our plants, Aqua dragons and Information Reports!

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    Room 2 – Bubble Trouble

    We have been learning Procedural Writing. This week we helped Mrs McPherson learn how to blow a bubble with giant bubble wands.

    We worked with a partner to write out each step. Then Mrs McPherson followed the steps. We worked out it was tricky, and we had to be really detailed in our information otherwise she didn’t know what to do!

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    Room 4 – How long is it?

    The children in Room 4 have been measuring length using non-standard units.
    They know that whatever they choose to measure with, it must be the same size.
    They also know that their measuring units need to be placed right next to each other without leaving any gaps.
    The children enjoyed measuring many common classroom objects.

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    Room 17 – NAIDOC Week

    The Year 3’s of Room 17 designed their own NAIDOC Week posters and wrote about what the NAIDOC theme, ‘Heal Country’ means to them.

    Cleve wrote:- “‘Heal Country’, to me, means that all other Australians need to understand and respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their history. Their culture is very important”.

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    Room 4 – How long is it?

    The children in Room 4 have been measuring length using non-standard units.
    They know that whatever they choose to measure with, it must be the same size.
    They also know that their measuring units need to be placed right next to each other without leaving any gaps.
    The children enjoyed measuring many common classroom objects.

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    Room 17 – NAIDOC Week

    The Year 3’s of Room 17 designed their own NAIDOC Week posters and wrote about what the NAIDOC theme, ‘Heal Country’ means to them.

    Cleve wrote:- “‘Heal Country’, to me, means that all other Australians need to understand and respect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their history. Their culture is very important”.

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    Room 11 and 15 Year 5s – AFL Max Camp

    On Thursday the 16th of June we headed off to AFL Max for our school camp. We stopped at Apex Park for free time and a scavenger hunt before we arrived at our venue.

    Our camp was focused on being a successful leader. We were involved in these 4 quarters:

    · Q1: Be a better you

    · Q2: Understand & advance your purpose

    · Q3: Believe with passion

    · Q4: Connect & communicate

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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.

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.