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Driver Primary School Newsletter

Details:

Title

Driver Primary School Newsletter

Creator

Driver Primary School

Collection

Driver Primary School Newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Driver Primary School newsletter

Date

2010-03-17

Location

Driver

Notes

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

Language

English

Subject

Driver Primary School; Education, Primary; Primary schools; Palmerston; Periodicals

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

Place of publication

Palmerston

Series

Driver Primary School newsletter

Volume

issue 4, 17 March 2010

Now known as

Driver News; Driver Messenger

File type

application/pdf

Use

Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/218546

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/706744

Page content

P A G E 4 Toothy tips Limit sugar in childrens diets. Sugar has little nutritional value it has calories but no vitamins, minerals or fibre. Sugars may be listed as: white, brown, raw, icing or castor sugar, treacle, golden syrup, molasses, honey, chocolate, glucose, sucrose, fructose, lactose or maltose. Check the packaging list of ingredients before buying. Choose a breakfast cereal that is low in sugar, fat and salt and high in fibre. Nutritionists recommend that breakfast cereals contain no more than 20grams of sugar per 100grams of cereal or 25grams if fruit is added. This will give kids a good start to the day. Healthy Habits Start at Home Community Notices You are invited to the NT 2011 Towards State 7 Information Roadshow Forum in Palmerston at the Gray Community Hall on Wednesday 24 March 2010 commencing at 4.30 pm. This is the opportunity to inform what goes into a future Constitution. The Constitution will be the subject of a convention next year to determine how the NT Government works for Territorians into the future. PARCS TRAINING! If you would like to try out for the PARCS Exchange AFL team, please note the following information. It is important for you to attend both training sessions as we will be selecting the PARCS Exchange AFL Squad from these training sessions. Details of these are as follows: Date: Monday the 29th and Wednesday the 31st of March 2010. Time: 5.00pm 6.30pm Location: Cazalys Oval 2. What to bring: Football shoes, appropriate clothes for training, PLENTY of water. These training sessions are open to any student aged between 10 and 13 (by the end of 2010). For further information please contact Leisa Beynon (PARCS Manager) on leisa.beynon@ntschools.net or 89350225. Palmerston Cricket Club Season 2010 gets underway on the 17th April for all grades. Palmerston Cricket Club is still welcoming all new and past players to the club, with players for all junior sides still required in the following grades, U11, U13, U15 and U17 Teams. For more info on Junior's, please contact our Junior Coordinators Chris Bryett 0423913663 or Craig Humphris 0401119856 COME AND TRY ORIENTEERING - the ideal way to exercise your mind and your body. Great for families of all ages. Your FIRST EVENT is FREE, with experienced club members and coaches on hand to get you started. Events are held on Sunday mornings. Next event: Sunday 14th March At: East Point Start: small picnic area just after Pee Wees restaurant Time: any time between 7.00 and 9 am; finish before 11 am. Future events: Sun 11th April - Cullen Bay Sun 2nd May - Casuarina Beach Sun 16th May - Charles Darwin NP Sun 6th June - Rocklands Enquiries and more details: phone Susi Bertei on 89815841. INTERESTED IN PLAYING HOCKEY? Join the REDBACKS. Commerce PINTs hockey club is looking for junior and senior players. Both experienced and new players welcome. Training is Tuesday, commencing March 16 Juniors 5.30 -6.30pm Seniors from 6.30pm. Marrara Hockey Centre Abala Rd, Marrara. Contact: Julie Baronio 0417 660 537, or 89450654 Ian Berry 0419856401. COME AND JOIN THE REDBACKS. 33degrees Shop 3/12 Vereker St Humpty Doo 89883380 Open Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat 9-2. 30% off sale Belle Models Mum's, kids at school, want to earn some extra dollars, willing to gain an ABN, please call Margy on 0413 63 1835 Volunteer with Conservation Volunteers Australia these school holidays! Have you been to Mandorah? Ever explored Cox Peninsula?well now you can! We are seeking volunteers to join us in managing Caltrop (Tribulus terrestris), a declared weed in the NT. You will contribute to minimising the spread of this nasty weed along the beaches of Cox Peninsula. Meet our Team Leader at the Mandorah jetty, on Mon 5th, Tues 6th, Wed 7th, Thur 8th or Fri 9th Apr at 9:30am (you will need to catch the 9:00am ferry from Cullen Bay, $11.50), bring a hat, large water bottle or camel pack & your lunch. Wear enclosed comfy walking shoes (preferably with ankle support), long sleeved shirt and long pants (these items will protect you from the sun and bites & stings). We will provide you with a certificate of appreciation for your efforts (a great addition to your portfolio!).Registration is essential. Please contact Ph: 8981 3206, email: Darwin@cva.org.au Or register online at: www.conservationvolunteers.com.au Note: volunteers under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. DEFENCE FAMILIES UPDATE Education Assistance Allowance: Reimbursement may be provided for tuition for Primary and Secondary children within the first 18 months of enrolment at the new school if the children experience educational difficulties or disruption as a result of the posting. Please contact either myself or the DCO REDLO Michael Gubbins on 8935 7904 for more information. A fantastic website to check out is www.yourdefence.com.au it is full of great tools and fun stuff for ADF kids, even free colouringin pages. I have some of their products if you would like to pop in and have a look. My hours at Driver are Tuesday and Thursday from 8.30am until 2.00pm. I can be contacted on 8935 9000 or by email on kerry.stclair@ntschools.net Regards Kerry St.Clair DSTA Merit Award -Danielle Miles, Jack Nicolson, Isaako Teuati, Chloe Girdler, Liam Jarvis, Jessica Jarvis, Brianna Hidden, Braidon Ireland, Nicholas Karavitis Wimbus, Brodie Lake, Felix Robinson, Waisele Morgan-Thompson, Angela Heath, Nikita Kerney, Isaiah Baldock, Maudie Gilbert, Jack Feakes, Declan MacGillivray, Caleb Bridge, Holly Phillips, Tyler Fanning, Rose Thompson-Anonvero, Jordan Mendoza, Makayla Pfennig, Nathan Pascoe, Jasmin Hunsadee, Rhys Rodda, Cody Jarvis, Liam Kirkland, Taylah Johnston, Tiegan Boland, Ellen Orton, Charlotte Ariuu, Tnaiel Kane, Nadja Clancy, Angelica Ndolu, Douglas Wakeling-Lioke, Meglan Rouse, Stevie Petersen, Joel Richardson, Aidan Fanning, Jordan Lucas, Liam Smith, Rhylee Rowe, Bethany Webb, Diaz Martyn, Elijah Simpson, Ieyesha Pott, Jack Pascoe, Rhiannon Hoffman, Samantha Petty, Gemma Henry, Declan Mair, Jacobn Lasker, Jaiden Hussien,Jasmyne Scott, Trae Buckland, Jack Briscoe, David Leckie, Erin Lasker, William GillespieAdamson, Shenae Murphy, Richard Fejo, Mariana Sigakole, Clasrissa Murphy, Lucy Corsina, Zaq Butler, Charli Nomoa Principals Award - Jake Leine


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