Cross CountryLast Friday, we had our Open Cross Country race for Senior students. This meant that the Years 4, 5 and 6 raced against each other.The race was run very competitively, and with good spirit.Winner, BoysJack Perryman (Year 6)Runner Up, BoysLuke Paul (Year 5)Winner, GirlsImogen Elliott (Year 6)Runner Up, GirlsJordan Davis (Year 6)
Athletics CarnivalFriday, 27 September 2019Mr Sam Atkins, SSO
The Caralee Choir recently participated in the One Big Voice Festival at the RAC Arena. "The day began with a full rehearsal, which prompted staff from other schools to comment on the beautifully behaved Caralee Choir and their beautiful singing".More to follow in our next school newsletter...Mr Matthew Ryder, Music Teacher
Everyone has been very busy this term working on a variety of different art projects. We can’t wait to share them with you at Parent Night later this term.A special mention to the following students who have been selected as our artists of the week (images of their artwork will be available in Newsletter 8):Week 1 - Alicia Scammell (Yr 6)Alicia designed an animal using zentangle patterns. She is now working on putting colour on her animal pattern.Week 2 - Brendon Miller (Yr 5)Brendon designed a zentangle circle. We then shrunk his circle and placed it on a wood tile that Brendon had decorated. The tile was covered in resin and can now be used as a place mat, spoon holder or decorative item.Week 3 - Henry Zappelli (Yr 3)Henry has been learning about one point perspective and has drawn his own one point perspective drawing.Week 4 - Nerys Dinh–Froux (Yr 1)Nerys has used a variety of different lines to produce her fish art work. She has used ‘glow in the dark’ paint which will glow under black light in our under the sea display.We can’t wait to showcase the rest of our art with you in week 9.
Mrs Janine Wain, Visual Art Teacher