This afternoon, our library was transformed into a bustling and adventurous castle as people visited our Book Fair. Students and parents browsed bookshelves, flipped through pages and purchased books as the Fair was opened this afternoon. Please feel free to visit on Thursday and Friday in the morning or the afternoon, we don't want anyone to miss out. Over $750 worth of books were sold in only one hour! We look forward to selling more books to help raise funds in renewing our own library collection. Thanks for your ongoing support.
Great work to these students who have shown they are our leaders of learning during this Education Week. They will be awarded with their ribbons at the Monday morning assembly.
Congratulations to; Madison, Thinuk, Bobby, Sithula, Eliza, Bruno, Patrick, Elise, Isobel, Ibrahim, Ashton, Mariana, Braiden, Gian, Amber, Bella, Madeline, Labibah as well as all of 1/2W and 5/6S!
A special thanks to our ICT Team who have worked tirelessly to ensure our school continues to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students not only here on school property but also across the internet. While completing the planning phases has taken place in all areas we are already on board with implementing and sustaining the actions initiated through the eSmart accreditation process. Please feel free to speak with Matt Buckley or visit the eSmart website to find out more.
We are all looking forward to the new playing space that will appear after the 'old building' has been demolished. On Saturday 30th May from 1pm to 4pm we are eager to move some bits and pieces stored underneath the building as well as distribute mulch throughout the gardens. Please consider the role you might play in looking after our school and consider attending our Working Bee. Come with your gloves, sturdy shoes, a wheelbarrow or simply an encouraging word .... Just come! You can let us know you are coming by ringing the office or speak with Craig Lazzaro Jeff Jackson.
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In the twilight hours of Wednesday the latest long necked visitor moved in for the next week or so. The Life Education Van along with Harold the Giraffe took up residence in the lower playground this afternoon. Over the coming week classes have been roster to visit this unique learning space and engaging in healthy lifestyle education.
We are all looking forward to learning more about healthy choices in the days ahead.
Hundreds gathered around learning across Rosanna Primary today. Some thought the highlight was the sharing of learning experiences between students and their parents while others spoke of the rich learning in each classroom. For all those who visited classrooms today, it proved to be a wonderful celebration of learning itself. Thanks to Mrs Weston and all the teachers who planned and shaped the afternoon.
Here's an invitation to all Kinder parents who are interested in joining our Rosanna Primary community. On Thursday 21st May at 2:30pm prospective 2016 preps and their parents are invited to a play session in the Prep classrooms and guided tours with our student leaders for the grown ups!
We would love to see you here to celebrate Education Week!
On Monday 11 May, Rosanna Primary will be hosting a visit by Michael Ymer, a mathematics consultant. Both teachers and students will be participating in a range of classes across the school during the day aimed at further enriching the teaching of mathematics across all levels.
While many students will have an opportunity to be guiding through maths experiences structured by Michael, teachers will be provided with time to observe and reflect with him over the day. Michael Ymer visited the school late last year during our Curriculum Day. This Monday will be an opportunity to see him operate in a classroom setting. We look forward to the learning that will be experienced by everyone!
Greetings to our Rosanna Primary Website. Please feel free to meander through this reflection of our community. Visit our class blogs and comment on their great learning.