15 Term 4 Week 2 Week 42

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15 Term 4 Week 2 Week 42
WOOLOMIN PUBLIC SCHOOL
NEWSLETTER
Frederick Street, WOOLOMIN, NSW, 2340
PH: 67 642 274 FX: 67642 307
E-Mail: [email protected]
W E E K 2
D A T E : T H U R S D A Y ,
1 5 T H
O C T O B E R
2 0 1 5
ASSEMBLY AWARDS Term 4 Week 1
K-2 Class Award
Evangeline Walsh
Outstanding use of adjectives in
writing.
Principal’s Award
3-6 Class Award
Joseph Sampson
William Fisher
Making good choices that indicate
Improved spelling in writing
tasks.
strong leadership potential.
Being a good role model .
Caught You
Being Good
Ticket Winner
Congratulations
Riley Leys who received
the Caught You Being
Good prize in Week One
of term Four.
Congratulations Emma Thompson on
earning your BRONZE AWARD
Rural Fire Service visit
On Tuesday, seven officers from the Rural Fire Service visited our school to teach students and
staff about fire safety in the home, at school and information about bush fires. The officers observed our emergency fire drill procedures and commented on the calm and safe manner in which
the drill was done. A highlight of the visit was a game of ‘Fireman Soccer’. This game involved students using fire hoses to shoot the soccer ball into the opposing team’s goal. The students on the
field must have been seeing balls fly everywhere as they managed to soak the referees, students
cheering on the sidelines and their teacher (extra homework for Riley!). After learning lots of
great information and playing a fun game, we shared a delicious lunch of hot dogs and cheese and
juice poppers. This lunch treat was very generously provided by the Rural Fire Service. It was an
amazing day and our students were very proud to see the familiar faces of family members including Rav, Bladen and Corbin’s dad, Brenden Steel and Riley and Luke’s Poppy Terry. Mr Col Cooper,
who has lived in the village for many years also attended and shared his knowledge. We are very
fortunate to have people in our local community who are prepared to not only dedicate their time
to protecting us and our belongings but who recognise that our children are our future and that
spending time educating them is time very valuably spent. Special thanks to Poppy Terry who organised this great learning experience for our students. Another example of the community and school
working collaboratively.
Students enjoying their learning both inside and outside the classroom!
Our oval also appreciated the good soak from the hoses.
Write for Fun
Earlier in the year, students in primary wrote stories and entered them in a Write for Fun competition. Our
school received a certificate for the most successful number of entries. Students were given the opportunity
to submit their stories for publication and the opportunity to be printed in a collaborative book of stories
from many schools, titled ’The Write Track’. Congratulations to James Sampson and Brooke Douglas who had
their stories published in this collection . We are proud of you!
Hamper Donations
P&C are organising a giant raffle to be drawn on presentation night. They are collecting nonperishable food and gift items that can be used to make up hampers. Donations of suitable items
including canned goods, biscuits, nuts, Christmas lollies, bon-bons, toiletries and general grocery
items can be sent in to the school office where they will be collected in a new washing basket. P&C
were hoping to make up a food hamper and then several specialty hampers ( a bit like Crisco) including a gardening hamper and a toiletries hamper.
Halloween
Attached to this newsletter is a flyer designed by Sam Lee advertising a year six fundraising
event.
Year 6 students are raising funds to buy a farewell gift to the school. Halloween activities will be
run in the afternoon of Friday the 30th October.
Hot Weather
With the warmer weather fast approaching students are reminded to bring their hat and water
bottle everyday. Students can drink their water while in class and are reminded often of the importance to stay hydrated. It is pleasing to note that most students bring their hat in each day or
follow our policy of NO HAT-PLAY IN THE SHADE.
Also, the warmer weather brings reminders of being aware of snakes. We do remind the students
at school, but it would be great to this message reinforced at home as well.
Platypus Garden
On return from holidays our students made another great harvest from the Platypus Garden. They
were excited to pick cauliflowers, broccoli and kale. During the breaks students are currently
painting rocks to add some colour to the area.
OCTOBER
5th October
Public Holiday
6th October
Students return to school
13th October
Rural Fire Brigade visit
15th October
Bob Faulkner visit—Aboriginal Elder
21st October
Rural Kids First Aid program visit to school
NOVEMBER
11th November Rememberance Day / Musica Viva performance (Dungowan School) $5 per student
12th November THS CAPA Workshop Day 10.45-1.30pm
23rd November Year 6 Farewell Dinner
30th November –11th December Intensive Swimming at Nundle Pool (2 weeks)
DECEMBER
3rd December
THS Orientation 9.30-2.00pm
3rd December
OHS Orientation 9.30-2.00pm
9th December
Presentation Night
Notes Sent Out
Date Due Back
Payment required
Intensive Swim Note
2/11/15 however asap is good!
Yes– $30 can be paid by
Instalments.

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