Territory Stories

Wanguri Weekly

Details:

Title

Wanguri Weekly

Collection

Wanguri Weekly; Wanguri Weekly newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2016-11-23

Description

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Subject

Wanguri Primary School (N.T.) -- Periodicals; Education, Primary -- Northern Territory -- Wanguri -- Periodicals; Primary schools -- Northern Territory -- Wanguri -- Periodicals; Wanguri (N.T.) -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Wanguri Primary School

Place of publication

Wanguri (N.T.)

Volume

Term 4 Week 7

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/264501

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/468278

Related items

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/468280; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/468282

Page content

!!Mvodiujnf!Dpef!Dmvc! Want to join a club? Want to learn to code? Join our WPS Code Club (18 people only at a time first in, first served) When: Wednesday Lunchtime(T-3) Friday Lunchtime(4-6) Where: Miss Webbs room Who: The Techsperts Cost: Gold coin - $ going towards ICT at the school ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Student Enrolment in 2017 Please notify the Front Office as soon as possible if your child/ren will be or will not be returning to Wanguri in 2017. You can also notify using the Skoolbag app, just click on Enrolment 2017. This information will greatly assist in the smooth organising of the 2017 classes. Thank you. My child/ren _______________________________________________ will be / will not be returning to Wanguri in 2017 (Please circle) My children will be attending the following Northern Territory school - _________________________________(Name of School) OR We will be moving interstate to - _____________________________________(State or Territory) Canteen News Chicken Burgers now available TuesChicken Burgers now available TuesChicken Burgers now available TuesChicken Burgers now available Tues----FridayFridayFridayFriday THURSDAY CANTEEN SPECIALTHURSDAY CANTEEN SPECIALTHURSDAY CANTEEN SPECIALTHURSDAY CANTEEN SPECIAL Pasta Bolognaise & Popper Deal $6.00 Flexischools orders are encouraged and appreciated. Please note the canteen is no longer open for counter sales at lunch time. All food must be pre-ordered. Remembrance Day 2016 Last week the students of Wanguri Primary School were joined by special guests and family to observe Remembrance Day with a special assembly. The students involved in the presentations worked really hard to ensure the words they spoke were heard and delivered with the meaning and respect a day like this warrants. Thank you to Aiden Lay, Hannah Lucas, Lilli Robinson, Cally Eagles, and Sara Bertschi for helping us remember all the reasons we stand in silent reflection each 11th of November. Chief Petty Officer Mark Verhoeven CSM shared his personal stories of remembrance around the world which reminds us of our place in our global community, our common loss during war and common hopes for peace. Jessica Raine joined her father to recite a poem which reminded us of what the poppy symbolises while Captain Martyn Raine spoke about the history and relevance of this symbol. Jewel Prakash read us the ode and Jaxon Treumer raised the flag during the Rouse. Ms Manison then thanked the students for their work and emphasised Wanguri Primary Schools special place within Darwins Defence Community. She then presented Summer Darcy-Duncan, who hosted the event, with a book for the school. It has now been proudly placed in the Library. All of this was done in front of the beautiful paintings of poppies that our Defence Kids Club had been working on for the previous weeks. As always I was impressed by the behaviour the students of Wanguri displayed during this important assembly. It was a great day to be the DSTA of Wanguri Primary School. Thank you. Veronica Merton DSTA


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