Events

Lance Holt School Community Week

This week we will bring together our school families to enjoy educational programs together in various locations around Fremantle. So read your school newsletters for details about the event and for more information, please contact your classroom teacher.

The School Office will be notifying everyone of details closer to the time of the event.

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Year 5/6 Albany Camp

The year 5 and year 6 students will be going on their camp to Albany, with their class teacher and some parents. For more information please contact the class teacher.

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Hilton Harvest Visit for PP/1.

The Pre Primary and Year 1 class will be visiting the Hilton Harvest Community Garden. Contact the class teacher for more information.

Bush School – Friday 18 March

The Year 2 class ventures out for the day to Bush School on Friday 18 March. This will begin with just Year 2. The Year 3 class will join the Year 2 class next term.

Bush School is an integral part of our learning. For three terms in the year we spend every Friday out and about in the local bushland environments. This provides an opportunity not only to strengthen our knowledge of nature but also to take our otherwise indoor learning outside. Our academic learning also fosters sincere respect for our Indigenous culture.

Bush school allows enormous opportunity for the development of lateral, creative thinking skills, the assessing and taking of responsible risks, independence, resilience and rich, relevant team working skills.

kids drawing of sea shells and rocks

River School Y4 (week 6)

The Year 4 class will go to the Swan River for the day for River School (week 6).

Year 4 students are engaged in River School where the children develop an ongoing relationship with the Swan River system. They also gain an understanding of the delicate natural balance of these ecosystems and how we impact on them and can care for them. River School provides an opportunity not only to strengthen their knowledge of nature but also to take our otherwise indoor learning outside. We also foster respect for Indigenous culture. There are regular investigation and acknowledgement of ancient knowledge and belief systems. Learning beyond the school gate provides a wide range of opportunities. It develops creative and critical thinking skills. Rich, in-depth hands-on learning provides an opportunity for students to take action in areas of interest to them.

kids drawing of sea shells and rocks

River School Y4 (week 4)

The Year 4 class will go to the Swan River for the day for River School (week 4).

Year 4 students are engaged in River School where the children develop an ongoing relationship with the Swan River system. They also gain an understanding of the delicate natural balance of these ecosystems and how we impact on them and can care for them. River School provides an opportunity not only to strengthen their knowledge of nature but also to take our otherwise indoor learning outside. We also foster respect for Indigenous culture. There are regular investigation and acknowledgement of ancient knowledge and belief systems. Learning beyond the school gate provides a wide range of opportunities. It develops creative and critical thinking skills. Rich, in-depth hands-on learning provides an opportunity for students to take action in areas of interest to them.

kids drawing of sea shells and rocks

River School Y4 (Week 2)

The Year 4 class will go to the Swan River for the day for River School (week 2).

Year 4 students are engaged in River School where the children develop an ongoing relationship with the Swan River system. They also gain an understanding of the delicate natural balance of these ecosystems and how we impact on them and can care for them. River School provides an opportunity not only to strengthen their knowledge of nature but also to take our otherwise indoor learning outside. We also foster respect for Indigenous culture. There are regular investigation and acknowledgement of ancient knowledge and belief systems. Learning beyond the school gate provides a wide range of opportunities. It develops creative and critical thinking skills. Rich, in-depth hands-on learning provides an opportunity for students to take action in areas of interest to them.

Sculptures by the Sea Y3-6

As part of Visual Art classes, the Year 3 to Year 6 classes will visit the Sculptures by the Sea exhibition. The Year 3/4 class will depart school at 9:30am and return at 12pm, travelling by the school bus. The Year 5/6 class will depart school at 1pm and return to school at 3pm, travelling by the school bus.

Beach School (Week 8)

Beach school is part of the Pre-Primary and Year 1 classes Wild Space Program. The two classes spend the afternoon at Manjaree (Bathers Beach). This is a nature-based program where the students learn by exploring. For more information please contact the Pre-Primary or Year One classroom teachers or the school office.

Beach School (Week 6)

The Pre-Primary and Year One classes spend the afternoon at Manjaree (Bathers Beach) for Beach School. This is a nature-based program where the students learn by exploring. For more information please contact the Pre-Primary or Year One classroom teacher or the school office.