Congratulations to our year six graduates who celebrated their primary school lives at Lyndon Grove Receptions last night. They had a terrific night and looked great. Special congratulations to School Principal Scholarship winners Ella T, Amos V, Claire M and Georgia V, and to Harri I, who was awarded the Corangamite Medal by Federal member for Corangamite Ms Sarah Henderson.
A bit cooler than last year but we managed to complete almost all of the day without rain interruptions. Kidman (red house) won the trophy, with Farrer (yellow) and MacArthur (green) not far behind.
I congratulate and welcome our 2016 School Captains – Mia V, Jai L, Kaitlyn B and Rose C. After a tough selection process of 17 applicants, I have selected these four as our school leaders for 2016. This was announced at today’s House Swimming Sports. I am confident our new School Captains will continue to enhance the school experience for all students. Thank you to the other 13 applicants who applied. It’s always disappointing to miss out but I did remind them that there will be plenty of other opportunities for all year six students to develop their leadership skills next year.
The swimming sports will take place this Friday at Kardinia Aquatic Centre. Please find attached the program for the day. Times given are a guide only. If you haven’t returned your permission form please do so immediately. Copies of the form can be found on the website.
Swimming Sports Schedule 2015
Congratulations to all of our students for their great efforts last night. The concert was a smashing success and we had our biggest audience. Well done to our Performing Arts teacher Jared Smith for his work getting the evening together. Thanks to all staff for moving schedules around to allow thos rehearsals.
A few firsts of note:
-Congratulations to year six student Bill H who was awarded the school’s first Performing Arts Scholarship. This was determined by the school and supported by the Winchelsea and District Community Bank;
-Our Preps not only performed their Disney numbers, they also performed ‘How Much Is That Doggy In The Window’ in Auslan. This was another first. Well done Preps and thanks Donna for preparing this with them.
Thanks to all of our audience who provided a great atmosphere for the evening, as well as making costumes for our performers.
December 8, 9 & 10 for Government Secondary Schools
Click link to see staffing, daily routine and classroom locations for 2016.
Moriac Primary School 2016
As part of the Year Five/Six Leadership development project, Harri I. and Max W. organised a magic show for our Prep to Year Two students and then our Year Three to Six students. Dazzling Dan captivated our students with his remarkable acts of illusion. Well done Harri & Max.