In this Issue: Principal's Report, Citizenship of the Month Awards, Year 6 Fundraising, Moments in Maths, Unlocking the Code Parent Reading Evening, Environmental & Gardening Club Is BACK!, Aboriginal Cultural Immersion Day, Year 6 Visit Woonona High School, SRC Report, Library News - Book Club, Great photos from sport & Halogen, Attendance Matters
This issue contains articles on Presentation Day Assembly, Yr 6 Fun Day, Yr 6 Farewell, Staff Departing WPS, Retirements, COS Band, Talent Show, Deadly Award Recipients, Colour Run, School Celebration Day, IGA, 2020 Draws to an End, 2021 Swimming Carnival, Presentation Day Award Recipients, Stationery Packs 2021, Congratulations Henry and Owen.
Busy Finish to the Year, Thank You Volunteers, Presentation Assembly, School Leader Speeches, Academically Gifted Class Visit, Parking in the Church Grounds, School Final P and C for 2020, Reports Home on 14 December, COS Speech Representatives, Athletics Fun Day, Congratulations Sophie, Kindy 2021 Orientation Day and Talent Show.
This newsletter contains articles on Remembrance Day Service, Captain Speeches, Colour Run Update, Athletics Carnival Update and Photos, Laura Pullen, Book Fair, NAIDOC Week, Kinder Orientation, COS Public Speaking, P and C Meeting, School Enrolments 2021, Library Loans.
This newsletter contains articles on State Primary Principal's Association Conference, Colour Run Edges Closer, Athletics Carnivals Rebooked, NAIDOC Week, COS Public Speaking, World Teachers Day, P and C Meeting, Selective Schools 2022, School Enrolments 2021, October Citizens, Sentral Parent Portal, Book Week, Book Fair
Welcome Back, Vincent Alfaro-Go fund Me, Kindergarten Enrolments and Orientation 2021, School Enrolments 2021, World teachers day, Book Week and Book Fair, Colour Run, Playground Equipment, P and C Meeting, Athletics Carnival, Selective Schools 2022, Congratulations Toby, Premier's Debating Challenge, Operation Christmas Child Fundraiser.
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land (the Wodi Wodi people and the Dharawal nation), and also pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Elders both past and present, and their rich and diverse cultures.
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