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Araluen Christian College

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Alice Springs


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Edition 401

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Araluen Christian College newsletter 1 May - 27 November 2014

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International Dinner Talent Show Auditions! Auditions have started for the Araluen Christian College Talent Show. Here is the list of times when students will audition keep preparing and practicing, and we look forward to seeing your audition! One act from each class will be chosen to perform at the Talent Show, held on the 11th of September at our International Dinner. Audition Dates: Week 6 Monday Recess - Year 6 Tuesday Recess Year 7 Tuesday Lunch Year 8 and 9 DO YOU NEED A SWAG? All children will need a swag, NO tents are allowed. If you have a spare swag can you let me know or if you need to borrow a swag please email me at jennifer.mcallan@ntschools.net If anyone has a satellite phone we could borrow that would be great. If you have volunteered to provide a food item for supper / morning tea, can you please make enough for 10 adults mini mum and drop them into the Middle School Camp to Kings Canyon is next week on 26-28 August. Full payment of $300 should have been paid by now. This can be payable by cheque, cash or EFTPOS at the school office or you can pay into our school bank account Bank Account Name: Araluen Christian School, BSB: 035 306, Account Number: 179592. Please reference with MS Camp and your family code. College office the day before (Tuesday 25th August) in a named sealed con tainer. Please be aware we have several students and adults who have medical conditions that are triggered by aerosol sprays. Our Middle School policy includes the use of rollon deodorants during school camps. Ambulance cover has been taken out for all students, staff and volunteers. Chaplain Daves News Middle School News: Mrs Jenny McAllan Primary School News: Mrs Rosie Lindsey www.literacyandnumerac y.gov.au/parents Early Years Literacy 10 minutes a day reading will make a difference and this can include incidental reading such as traffic signs, shopping signs, and recipes. Point out letters and words to your child in everyday life on food packages, signs, cloth ing, etc. When your child recognises letters or words tell them you are proud of their reading. Make reading time a happy part of your daily routine read ing books is a great way to help children settle for bed time. Have a range of books available around the home and within reach for your child to choose at any time. Telling stories nursery rhymes and singing songs are a great way to improve a childs vocabulary, memory and rhythm for reading. Try making up simple actions with your child. Literacy and Numeracy week is coming up from 31st August to 6th September. As part of that we have a Book Character Parade on Tuesday 1st September, start planning your costume now. Over the next few weeks well have some tips for parents to help children with literacy and numeracy. Here is a great website for you to find some more info: http:// Book Character Parade on Tuesday 1st September, start planning your costume now. Page 3 Edition 401 http://www.literacyandnumeracy.gov.au/parents http://www.literacyandnumeracy.gov.au/parents http://www.literacyandnumeracy.gov.au/parents

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