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Week 9 of Term 3

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K AY A, A massive thank you to those families that came along on Thursday afternoon for learning journey, it was great to see you and I loved watching the students show you their hard work with pride.  OLC Sport Carnival πŸ’“πŸ’™πŸ’šπŸ’› On Friday 16th of September, we will be hosting our Sport Carnival. Children wear their faction coloured t-shirt. Students will need to be at the classroom for roll call before the sport carnival begins at 9.15am. We will then depart from the classroom at 9am. Students are asked to keep their bags neat and orderly. Students to take their bags with recess and drinks with them. Shoes are to be taken off and put in bags. The students are to remain in their faction bay and are not allowed to wander to their parents. Recess will be held at APPROX 11am, Lunch will be held at APPROX 12.30pm. Parents are asked to remain in their designated areas and are not allowed in the faction bays or around the finish line. If you would like to collect your child after the sport c

Week 8 of Term 3

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K AY A, Happy Father's Day to all the amazing dad's, brothers, grandparents, uncles of our 6H students. We hope you have been spoilt today!  Thank you for your generous gifts for the Operation Christmas Child πŸ€ΆπŸŽ…πŸŽ„ there will be some very happy children receiving gifts from the 6H students. Please remember to send in the $2.50 for postage if you have not already done so.  Merit Award Week 7  Congratulations to Ava Lewis for receiving the 6H Merit award for week 7. Ava received this award for consistently displaying the OLC school values to everyone she meets. Ava, you should be very proud of your growth and learning over the last two terms. I love how you have developed your confidence in working independently. You have really shown a growth mindset when approaching all learning especially when working on mathematics. Well done Ava, keep up the great work, you should be very proud.  Learning Journey Year 6  Myself and Mr McSevich are really looking forward to inviting you into

Week 7 of Term 3

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  K AY A, Thursday the 25th of August was the most amazing, jam packed day. First, we started our day off with a session of footy organised by SEDA college, it was AWESOME! Then, we got dressed into our book week costumes and went for a visit to the Kindy area to do a book week parade. After recess we had our insightful guest speaker from Project Numbat, zookeeper Jo Drew. Thank you, Jo for your awesome visit, we learned so much about our class totem the wonderful Numbat.  Operation Christmas Child  πŸŽ„πŸŽ…πŸ€Ά  Please note this is the last week to bring your child's gift to school. They will need to bring their gift and the cost of $2.50 to cover postage.   Your child has been asked to bring in one of the following:  - Something to love - Something to play with - Something to draw with or write on - Something for personal hygiene - Something to wear  Here are the things that are  NOT  allowed in the shoe boxes: Lollies; chocolate or food; fruit rolls or other fruit snacks; drink mixes

Week 6 of Term 3

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K AY A, Congratulations to Carter, Jordy and Tim who made their Confirmation today in Our Lady of the Bay in Busselton. We hope you all have a great day of celebrations. Congratulations also to the Year 6 students from MacKillop who also made their Confirmation today. πŸ•ŠπŸ”₯  ⭐ 6H Star Citizen ⭐ Congratulations to Hudson Archer for winning the 6H star citizen award last week for the school value of Respect.  Huddy, you are an outstanding Year 6 role model and leader. You consistently display respect for everyone around you. During lessons you listen to your peers and always add depth and opinion to class discussions. You also demonstrate respect for others learning and showcase patience and kindness with your classmates. Huddy, you recognize that respect in your friendships builds feelings of trust, safety, and wellbeing and this is seen through your admiration for your peers, celebrating in their highs and supporting them in their lows. You also continually showcase respect and apprecia

Week 5 of Term 3

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  K AY A, The Year 6 students really stepped up on Friday and were an integral part of the Mission Markets and its success! The school raised an amazing $2188.00 for Caritas to send to Ukraine. Well done OLC and the Year 6 team.  6H Merit Award  Congratulations to Cooper for winning the 6H merit award last week. This was awarded to Cooper f or the effort and dedication he puts into his mathematical lessons. He applies himself to the task but also push past the boundaries of his limits to grow and deepen his mathematical learning. I love watching him stick with a problem until he gets on top of it. Well done Cooper, keep up the great work. Book Week Class Novel We have just started our class novel for book week, "Rabbit, Solider, Angel, Thief" by Katrina Nannestad. This is a wonderful novel with a deep story, your child may come home and talk about some of the themes that we explore in the book over the upcoming weeks. Including; World War II, Hitler, Russia, Germany, Violence

Week 4 of Term 3

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K AY A, I am sure your children have shared with you all the amazing tales and stories from camp. We had the best time and the students made you guys very proud. They should continuous resilience and bravery in all activities and showed kindness to everyone around them. πŸ’› At the end of this week the students will have access to a folder where they can view all the pictures taken by the teachers. You can then revisit the stories and activities with your child on their laptop.  A special thank you goes to the amazing staff at Forest Edge. Also, a massive thank you goes to the sensational team of teachers that came along with us, Mrs King, Mr Danaher, Mr Jones, Mrs Meyer, Mrs Costin, Mr McSevich and Mrs Hayward. This camp would not have happened without your hard work and dedication. Lastly, the biggest thank you goes to Matt Archer for coming along as a parent helper. You were a wonderful addition to the team!  Run offs for Sport Carnival  On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs Sinclair has asked

Important Camp Reminders and Important Information

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K AY A, Can you believe that it is only 3 sleeps until we depart for Year 6 camp??? The students are going to have the most amazing time; we will be taking part in activities like wall climbing, zip-lining, abseiling and orienteering as well as lots of fun group activities.  Please remember we will depart OLC at 8.50 on Wednesday morning. Your student will need to arrive at normal school time (8.30am) and place their bags for camp outside the hall in front of the double doors. They will then make their way to the classroom for the class role. Students will need to ensure they have used the bathroom as the bus is a two hour drive. They will also need to take out any medical items from their bag and provide this to the teacher in a clear zip lock bag with their name on it.  Even though it is a very exciting time, we are aware that for many, it is a time for nervousness. To help with this, we are reading and studying a book about a student preparing for camp - "Michaela Mason's B