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Parap Flyer


Parap Primary School


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Northern Territory Government

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Parap flyer


no. 23

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Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

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Northern Territory Government



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3 Book Week 2013 Read across the universe! Monday 19 th Friday 23 rd August we will be celebrating Childrens Book Week. Come and support these events: This year our library is again holding a Book Fair to celebrate reading and to raise funds for new books. The fair will be displayed and operating in the library all week. Students will have the chance to make a wish-list of books during their library lessons, and the fair will be open for purchases from 8-8.30am, and 2.30-3.30pm every day. We would love some parents to assist with the Book Fair please contact Mrs Baker Brown in the library if you can help. DRESS AS YOUR FAVOURITE BOOK CHARACTER on Friday 23 rd August come to school dressed as your favourite Intergalactic Hero or Heroine from a book! We will have a parade of these champions at our school assembly in the hall at 10am. TONIGHT!!! ThinkUKnow is an internet safety initiative which aims to raise awareness of the issues which young people face online and whilst using mobile phones. It is a partnership between the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Microsoft Australia, and is now proudly supported by ninemsn and Datacom. Parap Primary School will be hosting a ThinkUKnow presentation on Wednesday 7 August in the school Library, and all parents, carers and teachers are encouraged to attend. This presentation will cover topics such as how young people are using technology to have fun, online grooming, cyber-bullying, inappropriate content and e-security.

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