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Perth International Arts Festival

Congratulations to  Zigge who was part of the curating team for Family Day at the 2017 Perth Writer’s Festival. Zigge was able to meet and work alongside Australian and International authors and illustrators!   “Late last year I was chosen …


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Our Visual Arts Teacher wins award

Congratulations to our Visual Arts Teacher, Karen Blair, who won an award at the 2016 Speech Pathology Australia ‘Book of the Year Awards’. Karen, as the Illustrator, and Raewyn Caisley, as the Author, won the 3-5 year old category for …


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Asian Studies

We welcome Miss Gao Ming as our 2017 Chinese Volunteer Student from the Confucius Institute at UWA. Ming will be working with our students on Chinese Studies including language and cultural studies. The Studies of Asia is a cross-curriculum priority of the …


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The Confucius Institute at UWA

A group of our Year 5/6 students performed at the Octagon Theatre for the Mid Autumn Chinese Festival held by the Confucius Institute at the University of Western Australia. The students choreographed the dance with the help of  Fan, our …


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Felting Hats

In our Art area, there are wonderful art works on display including the Year 3/4 students’ wild animal hats that students made for school camp. These were inspired by Barbara Keal and Gladys Paulus who are wet felting artists from …


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School Camp to Rottnest Island

The School had its biannual school camp recently to Rottnest Island. School camps are an integral part of our school curriculum. Teachers plan many varied activities that provide children with hands-on learning experiences unique to camp environment. The founder of …


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Science Tabloid

As part of National Science Week,
 the Year 5/6 class conducted a Science Tabloid for our Kindy to Year 4 students. The Year 5/6 students demonstrated science experiments that they had researched, prepared and practiced. Experiments include: Floating Balls, Bouncing bubbles, Gobstopper …


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Muddy Bush School

This term at Bush School Year 2/3 have been wet, wet, wet. This has not held them back from learning and having fun though!  On a trip to the Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre they discovered what looked like shrimps in Bibra Lake. …



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Exploring our senses

The Pre-primaries and Year Ones have been exploring their senses. Firstly in the classroom we set out stations to explore their five senses. TASTE – we tasted lemon, cocoa, sugar and salt and discussed sour, bitter, sweet and salty. SIGHT …