Primary News


SCBC FOOTBALL CLUB

The SCBC Football Club (SCBCFC) is in its seventh week of the season.  Over 70 kids are in 7 teams from pre-primary to year 9.  They play in the Peel Junior Soccer Association leagues at Singleton, Bortolo, and South…



AUSSIES OF THE MONTH AWARDS

At our most recent Primary School Assembly three students received ‘Aussie of The Month’ awards. These awards are presented to students across the course of the year. They recognise the traits of personal endeavour, achievement…


YEAR 1 – ANIMAL FARM

The Year 1’s had a visit from the Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm on Monday the 24th of May. The children had a wonderful time bottle feeding the baby goats and lambs who were all very…



SCITECH PRE-PRIMARY EXCURSION

On Friday the 13th of May the Pre-Primary classes went on an excursion. A very excited PP2 hopped on the school bus and were very well behaved on the hour and a half trip to…


KINDY HAIR SALON

After our Mother’s Day pampering afternoon tea the Kindergarten children wished to continue on with this theme, so together we created a hair salon. The Salon has a receptionist, a waiting area and a hair styling…


THE FATHERING PROJECT BREAKFAST

Earlier this week, several fathers joined their children for an early morning event. This involved a leisurely walk with their child and some informal challenges and activities. The morning finished with a nutritious, healthy breakfast….


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PREFECTS SAUSAGE SIZZLE LUNCH

Last Thursday the Primary School prefects and some Primary Staff cooked over 330 sausages for some hungry Year 1 to 6 students. Over $550 was raised towards Primary School projects through the event. Thank you…


IN THE CLASSROOM – 5A WITH MR STOFFBERG

Through Accelerated Reader, a software tool used to monitor reading progress, independent reading in Year 5A is significantly more purpose driven. With reading widely accepted as the key to unlocking noteworthy gains in academic progress,…


MOTHER’S DAY AT KINDY: MAKING CONNECTIONS

Finding ways to make connections with both families and communities is to support children’s education. Mother’s Day events run in our Kindy and Pre-Primary classes which create time to engage, share and connect with families…