Edition 15 29th September - Seaford Rise Primary School

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Edition 15 29th September - Seaford Rise Primary School
SEAFORD RISE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Edition 15
Term 3
Diary Dates
30/9/11 17/10/11
26/10/11
28/10/11
3/11/11 4/11/11 -
29th S eptember 2011
GREETINGS FROM THE PRINCIPAL
E nd of Te rm 2 pm di sm i ssa l
- Fi rst Da y of Te rm 4
- U ni ve rsa l Chi l dre ns Da y
- U ni ve rsa l Te a c he rs Da y
- Asse m bl y
E xpo
S c hool Cl osure Da y
Mutiara International Grammar School, ( MIGS), a school in Kuala
Lumpur and Seaford Rise Primary School are connecting together
as part of building international relationships. Our school is sending
some Aussie friends, a Koala, a Yellow -Footed Rock Wallaby and a
Kangaroo over to MIGS and w e w ill follow their adventures through
photos and stories. MIGS w ill be sending us some of their KL friends
and there w ill be opportunities for our students to take them on
adventures and share their photos and stories. There w ill also be
other opportunities that w e will explore for connecting the tw o
schools.
Thank you to everyone for all their w ork and efforts in making term
three another successful term. Thank you to staff and students for
their contribution to the student led conferences and learning
portfolios.
Have a safe and happy school holiday break. I look forw ard to
seeing all the positive smiling faces re-energised for term 4. Ter m 4
starts on Monday 17th October.
DREAM
BELIEV E
ACHIEVE
Yannoula Michael
SEAFORD RISE PRIM ARY SCHOOL
Grand Boulevard, Seaford Rise
SA 5169
Telep hone: 8327 0232
Fax: 8327 0004
SCHOOL SMS : 0428 937348
E-mail: [email protected]
www.seariseps.sa.edu.au
RES PONS IBILTY
RES PECT
HONES TY
CO-OPERATION
FRIENDLINES S
LEARNING
We would have peace in
the world if countries were
friends as well.
Izak Goulding
We would have peace
in the world if
everyone was kind
and caring
Mia Bone.
We would have
peace in the world
if everyone was
nice.
Heidi Probert
We would have peace
in the world if we
stopped hurting each
others feelings.
B
Y
G
5
We would have
peace in the
world if there
was no war.
Zade KotylaEdwards
We would
have peace
in the world
if we
stopped
war and
killing
people.
Kaitlyn
Lewis
Tyler Griffiths
Peace is…
When the world is safe from war
No more shooting
Nature and animals living in green
- green is peace.
No more guns
Nice and quiet
And nothing violent
We share
We talk
We use thankful language
When all the world stops the war, then
we can have quiet
When all the world stops fighting then
there is peace
It starts with each different person in the
whole world…...we have to be peaceful
By talking nicely
Saying thank you
Feeling loving to nature and people
It’s hugging
It’s asking, “Are you o.k.?”
It's being kind to others everyday
Remember - friendship and kindness.
By Sean, Eddie, Jaiden & Liam .
Assisted by Baylie, Matt hew & Molly
as Reading Representatives.
Two groups of students
have created free verse
about Peace with
Ms . Scott.
Peace by Ashton, Amber
Nick, Elly & Luke
Relaxing when you are alone
Closing your eyes and feeling
good
Having fun playing wit h friends
No fighting, fighting can hurt
someone
You can’t shoot people, or they
might die
In the war some Mums, Dads
and children can die
It would feel sad for everybody
There shouldn’t be war ever
again
Peace is feeling happy inside deep down inside your body
You can share peace by giving a
smile, sharing a laugh
Peace is looking after each other
Peace is looking after everyone
in the whole wide world.
SRC Report: Run for Fun:
Be active committee
The Be-Active committee led by Matthew Horsnell and
Callum Gaspari have been organising the Run for Fun
around Sout h Australia with Mrs Rose, Miss Briggs and
Mr Hudson. The events are held Monday and Friday
mornings from 8:30 –8:45am and Wednesday lunch
times on the JP oval.
We are really pleased with the turn out and the
All
adults and toddlers receive two pop sticks per lap for their child/siblings
house team. Matthew and Callum would like some more helpers for handing out the pop
amount of students, parents and teachers taking part is increasing each week.
sticks, so parents/carers/senior students please volunteer.
Only last week in the Sunday mail it was reported that Sout h Australian students are not
doing enough daily exercise so let’s get as many people out there walking/running for fun.
A big thank you to Miss Alison Briggs for offering to supervise the Friday morning session.
This was due to her class enjoying it so much and seeing the importance of keeping fit.
CASUAL DAY THIS FRIDAY—footy/sport colours:
Fundraising committee
This Friday’s casual day is to raise money for our sponsor child Seiha
Sam from Cambodia, we need to raise $480 to cover our yearly
sponsorship fee. This money makes a real difference to not only Seiha
but all the children living in the Sunrise Children’s village. It improves
their educational, health and wellbeing outcomes. Every dollar goes
along way in Cambodia so please dig deep and come in casual clothes and show your
favourite teams colours. If every student donated $2 each for casual day we will not
only hit our target but exceed all our expectations and be able to raise money for our
school as well.
Play Program: Peer Support/Play program committee.
Once a week a team of senior students led by Olivia Smitheram and Danika Hewick offer an
alternative lunchtime activity in the drama room for students to participate in. They set up
various activities and music for the students to play with and provide support with positive
play. Tuesday is for early years students and Fridays is for primary and mi ddle year
students. Numbers are restricted for safety reasons, so it is a first
come basis. If you haven’t attended please come and have a fun time.
The play program and the run for fun will be continuing into term 4.
Impressionism.
Claude Monet
Pierre Auguste Renoir
This term R-5
students explored the
art movement
Impressionism which
began in France in
the late 1800s and
learnt about some of
the artists who
worked in this style.
We experimented
with techniques
such as blurring
outlines, applying
strokes of unmixed
colours to give the
impression of
reflected light and
painting outdoors
to create fleeting
impressions using
natural light.
Students enjoyed
creating art inspired
by this interesting
art style.
Gail Carragher
Alfred Sisley
Camille Pissarro
Congratulations to the following children who received certificates at our last assembly:
Emma Brown H2
Kaleb Bettess H4
Jacob Davis G4
Kaitlin Hehir GLA6
Lily coyle C2
Ryan Hopewell C4
Lara Lever G5
Brayden Coster GLA9
Charlotte Bevin GLA6
Allie Gurney H2
Callum Petrie G3
Tah’lia Peterson
Ben Porter GLA7
Tye Charlton C2
Corey Thompson C4
Molly Coyle G5
Maddie Webster GLa3
Julia Thorpe-Smith C3
Shelby Wilcox H4
Isabell Wakefield G3
Amy Manuel GLA3
Mya Smith GLA7
Mac Shea C4
Stacy Alyward C4
Aneeka Limpert GLA9
Kane Goulding GLA 10
Bronze Certificates
Liam Dyson G3
Stephanie Roberts GLA7
Jemma Pinno G5
James Wilson GLA6
Jack Compton GLA10
Emily Sheean H3
Ellie Hill G3
Tye Milloss GLA7
Libby Miles GLA10
Joel McArthur GLA&
Madelyn Reid GLA9
Noel Baker GLA 7
Emelia Czukli GLA 9
Matthew Horsnell C2
Tanesha O’Callaghan GLA7
Liam Toft H3
Delainie Sage GLA10
Jayden Brockenbrow GLA9
Amelia Robinson H3
Nakaylie Rehn GLA10
Mia Otasevic GLA9
Gabrielle Clak H3
Shayna Sheldon-Elliot GLA7
Ijaz Ahmad H3
Silver Certificates
Bec Moore GLA7
Kiona Martin GLA10
KC Kraft GLA7
Kalie Mieczkowski GLA7
Devlin Ramsay GLA10
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Caitlin Horsnell GLA10
Elyssa Martin GLA6
MIGRATION MUSEUM
On Thursday 15t h September GLA9 & GLA10 went on an excursion to the Migration Museum.
Students were provi ded with a booklet. In small groups, students needed to locate animals and
read information about them in order to discover answers. Students were asked to dress in
19th Century school attire. They were able to explore the Migration Museum to discover who
the first people to migrate to Australia were and why they may have wanted to migrate to S.A.
They also learnt what meals children ate and the toys and games children played with.
Everyone had a great time.
NAPLAN 2011 RESULTS
Ear lier this year, students in Year 3, 5, and 7 sat for the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy Test (NA PLAN test). The NAPLAN test results arrived tw o weeks ago and w ere forwarded home.
When looking at individual student’s results it is important to remember that the NA PLAN data is one piece
of information indicating a student’s achievement. It stands along side school based Student Reports, Parent-Teacher interviews and student w ork samples to give a clearer picture of how a student is developing.
Our school’s results are summarised below .
Year 3
Reading, Writing and Numeracy – 33 students sat for the test and 31 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Spelling - 33 students sat for the test and 30 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Grammar and Punctuation - 33 students sat for the test and 29 students achieved the national benchmark
or above.
Year 5
Reading - 53 students sat for the test and 42 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Writing - 52 students sat for the test and 42 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Spelling - 52 students sat for the test and 46 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Grammar and Punctuation - 52 students sat for the test and 44 students achieved the national benchmark
or above.
Numeracy - 53 students sat for the test and 43 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Year 7
Reading, Wr iting and Numeracy – All 7 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Spelling and Grammar and Punctuation – 6 students achieved the national benchmark or above.
Community Notices
SWIMVAC
School Holiday Lessons
A full week of lessons
Consecutive Days
Same Teacher
GREAT RESULTS!!!
30 min lessons between 9am & 11am
Ideal for new and existing customers
Enjoy a free play swim every day
In appreciation to our
I n t e n si v e R e a d i ng
P ro g r a m m e Pa re n t
Volunteers⁄⁄⁄.
T hank you to
Rachel Moulds, Sarah Hicks, Rita
Hartman and Sam OÊConnor for
their high level of commitment.
From - Lyn Scott and all the
students involved in the Intensive
Reading Programme.
Weekly classes held all year round
Free assessment and first lesson
Phone: 83863338 - Seaford State Swim.
3-5 Cascade Drive Seaford
LOST PROPERTY WILL BE DIS PLAYED ON
TABLES OUTSIDE THE LIBRARY ON FRIDAY LAST DAY OF TERM.
PLEASE CHECK FOR ANY LOST ITEMS.
ALL UNCLAIMED IT EMS WILL BE
WASHED
FOR SPARE CLOTHING , G IVEN TO CHARITY
OR THROWN OUT.
PLEASE NAME ALL ITEMS OF CHILDREN’S
CLOTHING TO ENABLE US TO RETURN LOST
ITEMS TO YO UR CHILD.
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BIZGATE. YOU WILL NEED TO RING THE
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KNOW.
JUNIOR LAWN BOWLS
On Wednesday nights from
4.30 to 5.30 starting on the
26th of October S teve,
Quinn and Brandon will be
running junior fun Lawn
bowls.
The aim of the nights is to have fun and
along the way learn the basics of lawn
bowls.
Last year Quinn became the youngest club
champion at 13 while playing with his
father and uncle. Brandon a t 16 has been
selected in the sta te under 18 tea m and
both boys played in a pennant wining team.
As well as the serious side the boys love
to muck around and have fun on the green.
The older members of the club love to
have the younger bowlers around and can’t
help bu t pass on some of their wisdom.
Wednesday nights is for anyone 5 to 18
and is FREE, all you need is shoes with NO
HEEL mo st runners are ok, the club will
supply bowls and we will be playing new
games like soccer and football.
on
0418253522 to register as places are
limited.
P lea se
ri ng
S tev e
Ray mo n d

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