FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT CONCERT SEATING ARRANGEMENTS
*Bring a rug, mat, cushion and/or a chair from home so you will be comfy!
Junior Concert Prep to Gr 2: Monday 18th December: 2pm: Shed Area
Senior Concert Gr 3 to 6: Monday 18th December: 6:30pm: Shed Area
On Monday 18th December, we will be setting up the viewing areas for our fantastic Junior and Senior Concerts a little differently to last year. We aim to make it a little easier for you to see, hear and enjoy your talented children’s performances a little better.
There will be two designated areas in the centre of the shed as follows.
- The area towards the centre front and middle will only be for families who bring a rug or a cushion to sit on. Please bring your own from home with you.
- The area towards the back will have a couple of rows of chairs for special needs and there will be some space available for your own chairs from home
(It’s probably a good idea to have a chair and a rug in the back of the car just in case either area fills up.)
As the Junior Concert is at 2pm, we also ask that you please do not come on to the school grounds until after play has finished and all students are out of the yard.
(You can enter the yard from 1:30pm – not before please)
Hope you can make it,
Irene Carroll and Emma Jennion (Performing Arts Teachers)
A big congratulations to the 5/6 girls who represented the school in Regional Hoop Time today. They showed terrific sportsmanship, teamwork and improved significantly as the day progressed. Great job girls!
Preps are enjoying visiting the computer lab each week to learn to use a computer safely, how to control the mouse while engaging in interactive problem solving.
Here are some pictures of Prep M.
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Some of our senior performing artists have been working really hard in their special groups to prepare items for your enjoyment. We have two performances coming up at the end of term that you are most welcome to come and join us for.
Tuesday 27th June:
Gr 5/6 Beacy Band present “Songs of Australia” (A medley of Aussie songs)
Thursday 29th June:
Gr 3/4 Special Performing Arts Groups present “The Forlorn Unicorn” (a mini musical)
SHOW TIMES FOR AUDIENCE VIEWING: (We will be repeating this performance at two different times.)
WHEN: 9:30am PERFORMANCE 1: FOR JUNIOR AUDIENCE (Prep-2’s) – (Families welcome at either show)
WHEN: 10:15am PERFORMANCE 2: FOR SENIOR AUDIENCE (Gr3-6’s) – (Families welcome at either show)
WHERE: School Gym
As the sound in the gym is not ideal for performances, we ask that all audience members support our students by remaining very quiet throughout the shows. If you bring toddlers, please ensure they are sitting down to assist us with sound issues. Thanks for your help.
Irene Carroll (Music teacher)
A great movie made by Dakota in 4D. Great work Dakota
Over the past few weeks, a special dance group has been formed where students have rehearsed choreography to a song called ‘Magic’. They have worked extremely hard and were given the opportunity to perform at assembly where they felt nervous and very excited. The girls did an amazing job and were proud of themselves once finishing the dance in front of all of the students, teachers and many parents at assembly. They have put in so much effort and I was a very proud teacher!