Principal’s Post

Reading Every Day
The importance of children reading everyday cannot be underestimated or undervalued. Some of the benefits apart from greater knowledge and improving vocabulary include:

  • Mental Stimulation
  • Stress Reduction
  • Memory Improvement
  • Improved writing skills
  • Better focus and concentration

Children should read or be read to for at least 15-20 minutes a day. This provides enough time for the benefits of reading to occur, without becoming over burdensome and too time consuming. Where possible reading should involve a real book to give students practice with turning pages and reducing screen time. The school regularly rewards students for reading with certificates and prizes and would like all students to read every day.

Room 25 Assembly & Costume Parade
Congratulations to Room 25 and Mrs Macaulay and Mrs Dowsett for their wonderful assembly item last Friday. The Monkey See, Monkey Do performance was very entertaining and performed delightfully. Thank you to the parents who came along and supported the students.

A huge WELL DONE to all the staff and students for your involvement in the costume parade. The participation levels were wonderful and the costumes were excellent. Many thanks to parents for your support in helping to create and organize costumes.