Events

Upcoming Events

26jun(jun 26)9:00 am(jun 26)9:00 amWinter Sport Day 2

28jun(jun 28)9:00 am(jun 28)9:00 amGrade 3/4 Scienceworks ExcursionGrade 3 & 4 Scienceworks Excursion

29jun(jun 29)9:00 am(jun 29)9:00 amLast Day Term 2 - 2.30pm dismissal

29jun(jun 29)9:00 am(jun 29)9:00 amTerm 2 finishes 2.30pm dismissal on Friday 29th June

16jul(jul 16)9:00 am(jul 16)9:00 amTerm 3 starts Monday 16th July

20jul(jul 20)9:00 am(jul 20)9:00 amSex Education Grade 5 /6

27jul(jul 27)9:00 am(jul 27)9:00 amSex Education Grade 5 /6

03aug(aug 3)9:00 am(aug 3)9:00 amSex Education Grade 5 /6

09aug(aug 9)9:00 am(aug 9)9:00 amSummer Sports Day 1

10augalldayalldayCurriculum Day

14aug(aug 14)9:00 am(aug 14)9:00 amDistrict Basketball

29aug(aug 29)9:00 am(aug 29)9:00 amSummer Sports Day 2

04sep(sep 4)9:00 am(sep 4)9:00 amSummer Sports Day 2 backup day

10sep(sep 10)9:00 am213:30 pmJunior Swimming Program

21sep9:30 am2:30 pmLast Day Term 3 - 2.30pm dismissal

School term dates

2015

Term 1
28 January (school teachers start) to 27 March *

Term 2
13 April to 26 June

Term 3
13 July to 18 September

Term 4
5 October to 18 December

* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Each year government schools are provided with four student-free days for professional development, school planning and administration, curriculum development, and student assessment and reporting purposes. The remaining three student-free days are determined by each individual school, so contact your school for details.

2016

Term 1
27 January (school teachers start) to 24 March *

Term 2
11 April to 24 June

Term 3
11 July to 16 September

Term 4

3 October to 20 December

* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Each year government schools are provided with four student-free days for professional development, school planning and administration, curriculum development, and student assessment and reporting purposes. The remaining three student-free days are determined by each individual school, so contact your school for details.

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