KidsLinks have organised another fun event, a movie night fundraiser for all to enjoy.

Tickets are $25.00 each and it's for adults only.  To purchase tickets go to https://www.trybooking.com/SFKH

More information is at https://www.facebook.com/events/1607935912573247

https://laralakeprimary.worldsecuresystems.com/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=177485

Selected Gr 6 Students will be competing in the Division Basketball Competition. We wish them well.

As part of the inquiry unit, students in Grade 6 will have the opportunity to explore a range of health related sciences through hands on activities.  Biolab's aim is to engage and inspire the next generation into Science, Sport and Mathematics careers using innovative technologies. 

Biocats - 9th October 6DS; 10th October 6JM & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

Biolab - 29th November 6JM, 30th November 6DS & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

https://laralakeprimary.worldsecuresystems.com/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=175842

As part of the inquiry unit, students in Grade 6 will have the opportunity to explore a range of health related sciences through hands on activities.  Biolab's aim is to engage and inspire the next generation into Science, Sport and Mathematics careers using innovative technologies. 

Biocats - 9th October 6DS; 10th October 6JM & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

Biolab - 29th November 6JM, 30th November 6DS & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

https://laralakeprimary.worldsecuresystems.com/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=175842

As part of the inquiry unit, students in Grade 6 will have the opportunity to explore a range of health related sciences through hands on activities.  Biolab's aim is to engage and inspire the next generation into Science, Sport and Mathematics careers using innovative technologies. 

Biocats - 9th October 6DS; 10th October 6JM & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

Biolab - 29th November 6JM, 30th November 6DS & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

https://laralakeprimary.worldsecuresystems.com/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=175842

As part of the inquiry unit, students in Grade 6 will have the opportunity to explore a range of health related sciences through hands on activities.  Biolab's aim is to engage and inspire the next generation into Science, Sport and Mathematics careers using innovative technologies. 

Biocats - 9th October 6DS; 10th October 6JM & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

Biolab - 29th November 6JM, 30th November 6DS & 6KB  9:00 AM  - 3:20PM

Gr 6 Biocats & Biolab Gr 6 Biocats & Biolab (614 KB)

The School Captains will attend a special Young Leaders breakfast as NGSC. NGSC is commmited to the development of young men and women in the Northern suburbs and surrounding area of Geelong.  The morning provides an opportunity to bring together future leaders and build their capacity in a setting with like-minded students.

Last day of term 3    2.30pm Finish

Please ensure you have picked up your child(ren) from school by 2.30PM after assembly.
Please feel welcome to join us at our end of term assembly which commences in the Gym at approximately 1:40pm.

If you are unable to collect your child at 2:30pm, or you cannot organise a friend or relative to collect your child, please book them into OSHC which operates from our old school hall.

Before School Care: 7.00am - 9.00am
After School Care: 3:30pm - 6:30pm

Contact Number:  0488 662 783 for bookings and cancellations.
http://www.schoolsupportservices.com.au/oshc_programs.htm
Beginning of term 4    9:00am start
School starts every week day, excluding holidays and curriculum days, at 9:00am sharp.
Please ensure your child(ren) are at school prior to 9:00am so that they may join their peers in heading to class for line-up as the morning music begins to play.

OSHC offers assistance in looking after your children, should you need it.
Before School Care: 7.00am - 9.00am
After School Care: 3:30pm - 6:30pm

Contact Number:  0488 662 783 for bookings and cancellations.
http://www.schoolsupportservices.com.au/oshc_programs.htm

Phillip Island Camp Phillip Island Camp (524 KB)

Phillip Island Adventure Resort camp offers a variety of valuable experiences for each student who attends. In many cases students experience their first extended stay away from home.  We find that if parents prepare their children in the months leading up to camp, they cope extremely well.  They are excited to be awary from home wih their friends and usually fall asleep quickly after exciting but exhausting days.  Camp is also a great social experience.  Students are given the opportunity to choose their cabin friends as part of their preparation. They are grouped in activity groups and duty groups over the three days.  There are various responsibilities for each situation. Keeping rooms tidy is always a memorble activity at camp!