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Junior School news

The Junior School clubs and activities have seen many of our students taking on the challenge of learning new skills alongside their peers, and getting involved in all the school has to offer, which is wonderful to see.

Thank you to all our families for assisting us with the expectations we have put in place to develop our student’s independence. Most of our Transition to Year 3 students independently enter the school grounds, carry their school bag and prepare for the day ahead. Our Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 students have been the ideal role models for these younger students and continue to lead the way.

In Week 3, we had the honour of hosting our Leadership Investiture Assembly where we welcomed our new student leaders for 2024.

I am very excited to work with this group of students in the coming year. Their passion, enthusiasm, and innovative ideas are already shaping up to make a positive difference in our school community.

Fridays have become vibrant with our House activities, providing students with opportunities to come together, build connections, and foster a sense of belonging. The camaraderie and spirit displayed during these activities have been outstanding.

We are immensely proud of the engaged and positive atmosphere that defines our Junior School community. Thank you for your continued support in making our school a place of growth, learning, and community spirit.

Lisa Doyle
Head of Junior School

Celebrating Lunar New Year

Our Junior School students participated in a Scavenger Hunt designed exclusively for them to celebrate Lunar New Year.

Many teams and individuals successfully found puzzle pieces and received prizes. Five teams or individuals won the 1st prize of a $10 special food voucher to spend at Mayoema; twenty 2nd prize winners received a $5 voucher each and thirty teams and individuals won the 3rd prize of a $1 voucher each.

Congratulations everyone!

Minyi Gu
Language Teacher