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First issue for 2016; Issue 1
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Wanguri Primary School
Term 1 Week 3
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Hopefully lots of you got along to the Welcome to the Top End event on the weekend. If so you should be supplied with enough pens, lollies, frisbees and ideas to get you through the year! There is so much to do and see here in Darwin so make the most of it while you are here! If you didnt get an email from me last week regarding this event, and you would like to receive emails from me please make sure you provide your email address to either me or the front office. The February/March edition of The Top Ender magazine has loads of information for us newcomers to Darwin. Make sure you get yourself on their mailing list if you have not already. You can contact them on 8947 2657 or by using email@example.com . Defence Kids ClubDefence Kids ClubDefence Kids ClubDefence Kids Club began at lunchtimes this week. We have begun work on a display for the library highlighting how well travelled we become in the defence life. Please remind your kids to come along on the following days. Junior Defence Kids Club Years TR Junior Defence Kids Club Years TR Junior Defence Kids Club Years TR Junior Defence Kids Club Years TR 2 every Monday Lunchtime 2 every Monday Lunchtime 2 every Monday Lunchtime 2 every Monday Lunchtime Senior Defence Kids Club Years 3 Senior Defence Kids Club Years 3 Senior Defence Kids Club Years 3 Senior Defence Kids Club Years 3 ---- 6 every Tuesday Lunchtime 6 every Tuesday Lunchtime 6 every Tuesday Lunchtime 6 every Tuesday Lunchtime If you have any concerns at all or would just like to meet me to say hello, I am available at the school between 8.30am and 2.15pm on Mondays and Tuesdays and until 11.30 on Wednesdays. You can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or at the school on 8927 1665 Dont forget to come along for Morning Tea every Tuesday from next week. 8.30am in the Conference Room next to the front office. Please dont leave me alone in that room with all those bickies! I look forward to meeting you all soon. Cheers, Veronica Merton Defence Parents, Join me for a cuppa and a chat every Tuesday morning at 8.30 in the Conference Room, next to the Front Office. Light Morning Tea provided. I look forward to meeting you. Veronica Merton DSTA Defence Schools Transition Aide. Term 4 Week 3 2016 Basketball Cluster Day Monday 15 February Our first interschool sports event will be basketball for all interested Year 4, 5 and 6 students. A note went home Monday for those who wanted to attend. Please ensure it is returned by (Thursday, tomorrow) to ensure your childs attendance. Running and Riding Club We have expanded our Running Club to become a Riding Club also. A note has been sent home during Physical Education lessons this week with any interested students. Some classes are yet to have PE this week. The first round of riding and running will begin in Week 5. Please contact the school if you have any further questions. Yours in Sport, Anne Goodman I am from Bontang, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. I lived in Indonesia for more than 25 years. I became a teacher in Indonesia because I love working with children and love to share knowledge with them. I retrained at CDU as a teacher when I came to Australia. What I love about teaching Indonesian is that it is a new challenge and experience for me as I only taught English in Indonesia. Teaching Indonesian is actually an awesome job because I have confidence teaching a subject I know really well. Ibu Evi, Indonesian language Teacher Please help us make sure all students arrive at school safely. The drop off zone located near the OSHC building on Wanguri Terrace is for drop off/pick up only. The Council carpark near the basketball court is available for parking if you wish to walk your child onto the school grounds. The staff carpark located on Gsell street near the school office is not for drop off/ pick ups. What is Kidsmatter? Kidsmatter is a national initiative that aims to contribute to improving mental health and well being. It was developed in collaboration with beyondblue, Australian Pyschological Society and Principals Australia Institute, with funding from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing and beyondblue. Through KidsMatter Wanguri Primary School will undertake a two-to-three year cyclical process in which we will plan and take action using a comprehensive whole-school approach to mental health. For further information please go to: https:// www.kidsmatter.edu.au/
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