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.
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!
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.
This term, 11 of our classes were lucky enough to have 3 soccer lessons with students from SEDA College. SEDA is a Secondary College for students to complete their SACE through a select sport. These students in year 11 and 12 designed a unit of soccer for our students. Each Friday for 3 weeks they conducted a range of activities with classes in reception to year 7.
Last term, Seacliff Primary School was invited by Minister David Speirs to participate in a competition for the newly established Glenthorne National Park. Students were asked to design one element to be included in the creation of a new nature play space in the park. Minister Speirs explained “it is going to be one of the biggest nature play spaces in South Australia”. And the winner is, Georgie Hunt!
I asked some of our teachers for feedback about how the ‘Learning at Home’ is going from a teacher’s perspective. From the observations made below, the experience in these early stages has been largely positive and emphasizes once again the importance of parents and teachers working together to support student learning.
Recently, our Student Environmental Group from rooms 13, 11, 17 and 18, consisting of Eve, Skye, Jordan, Zali, Maddy and Lyla, attended an all-day event at Happy Valley Primary School. The day provided opportunities for students to meet students from other schools, observe projects undertaken by school community groups, work collaboratively on tasks and to engage in workshops with a range of presenters.
Reconciliation, Anti-Harassment Training, Culture Awareness Training and Excursions On Wednesday, 3rd of June, Year 3s from Room 17 attended Reconciliation SA’s ‘Southern Schools Reconciliation Event’ at Neporendi Centre, Old Reynella. […]
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.