09th Dec 2019


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Term 1

Monday, 29th January - Thursday, 29th March 2018.  Students start the 30th or 31st.

Term 2

Monday, 15th April – Friday, 29th June 2018

Term 3

Monday, 16th July – Friday, 21st September 2018


Event Calendar

April 2020


For good health, we need more than 40 different nutrients, and no single food can supply them all. It is not about a single meal, it is about a balanced food choice over time that will make a difference.
About half the calories in our diet should come from foods rich in carbohydrates, such as cereals, rice, pasta, potatoes, and bread. It is a good idea to include at least one of these at every meal. Wholegrain foods, like wholegrain bread, pasta, and cereals, will increase our fibre intake.
  • A high-fat lunch could be followed by a low-fat dinner
  • After a large meat portion at dinner, perhaps fish should be the next day’s choice?

Our Next Excursion

We're off to Forest Glade; a historic private garden that is acknowledged as one of the most beautiful in Australia.

It embraces a mixture of landscaping styles taking inspiration from English, Italian and woodland traditions. There are four distinct themes, including the large English section with its huge exotic trees, the Japanese section complete with bonsai house, the woodland area displaying masses of shade-loving plants and the cool fern gully.

There are no bad times to visit Forest Glade Gardens - in autumn the various maples are in a riot of colour, while in spring the rhododendrons, azaleas and peonies are a sight to see. Both summer and winter bring their own very special treats for garden lovers.

Swimming Carnival - Congratulations Team

Seven of our students qualified to represent Sponsor-ed Primary  School at the District Swimming held at Noble Park Aquatic Centre yesterday.  The competition included all 9 other local schools.

Seven of our students qualified to represent Sponsor-ed Primary  School at the District Swimming held at Noble Park Aquatic Centre yesterday.  The competition included all 9 other local schools.

The competition provides a pathway to state level competition:  District, Division, Region then State. Entrants needed to meet qualifying times set by peak body School Sport Victoria (SSV).  SSV is a sub-committee of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.  

The event comprised 50 races and ran on a ‘heat final’ system whereby each swimmer must swim their fastest in their heat as there is no actual final race:  the fastest two swimmers in any event move through to Division, to be held next week.

Our representatives did a fantastic job and team spirit and support was strong.  We had a great spot at the finish line of the pool where we enjoyed the competition atmosphere and saw all swimmers pursuing their personal bests.  Some of our relay swimmers swam up an age level and competitors included national level swimmers.  Age is based on the age the child will turn during the calendar year.

Thank you to all our students who tried out, Mr Peterson and Ms Chrome who marshalled on the day, Mr Timms for various logistics and to those parents who assisted with transport and team support.  We look forward to fielding a team again next year.

Students who qualified for the Division Event next week are:  James P, Peter A, Sarah K, Millie M, Ava W, Michael S and Jude D.

Footy Fun Day

Next Friday we have the Footy Inflatables here at school for all students to participate in. These are a range of fun supervised activities for all children from Prep- Year 6 and they have nothing really to do with whether you have a high or low level of footy skills.

On this day children also have a Hot Lunch for the end of term. All children are encouraged to wear their favourite Football Team Colours on this day. On this day I would ask all children to bring $2 which we will put towards two fundraising efforts.