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Junior School news

Carnivals, camping and choir

The last few weeks have flown by, with a continuous flurry of excitement throughout the Junior School. We continue to have House activities on Fridays, and students are looking forward to the athletic sports carnival Friday, 31 May.

Last week we celebrated Do it for Dolly Day., a day where we reflect on what it means to be a good friend and to speak out against bullying. Students took part in classroom activities, and we acknowledged the day by wearing a splash of blue. Year 12 student, Bonnie Peacocke, performed a song with some of our choir members during Assembly.

The Year 6 camps took place over the last two weeks; I always enjoy watching the students leave school on Wednesday with such excitement and anticipation and see them come home on Friday with big smiles on their faces and many wonderful stories to share with friends and family.

A very big thank you to Mr. Gerisimon, Ms. Barry, Year 6 teachers and Ms. Manning for their organisation, care, and involvement in these camps. It is a remarkable experience and enjoyed by all.

Northern Territory gymnastic superstar

A huge congratulations to Sophie Proctor who has been selected to represent the Northern Territory in WAG level 7 gymnastics at QLD's Border Challenge at the end of June. We wish her all the very best, we are very proud of her and will be cheering her on.

Lisa Doyle
Head of Junior School