Kindergarten Farm Excursion
At Oakvale Farm we saw the cows and the pig. By Maddison
At Oakvale Farm I saw a dingo. By Mitchell
At Oakvale Farm I saw a cow. I saw an emu. I saw a pony. I saw a camel. By Nate
At Oakvale Farm I saw a cow and a pig. I went on a tractor. By Madisyn
At Oakvale Farm I saw a pig and I patted the sheep. By Patrick
At Oakvale Farm I saw a pug and the biggest pig ever and a duck. By Chloe
At Oakvale Farm I saw a pig and a horse. By Alira
At Oakvale Farm I went on a tractor ride. By Kieren
At Oakvale Farm we gave milk to the goats. By Kaitlynn
At Oakvale Farm we fed the cows. By Wiremu
Lakes Grammar Habits
Congratulations to the students who have been demonstrating our Lakes Grammar Habits over the past fortnight:
Week 9 – Listening Respectfully and with Empathy
Diesel V, Jack K, Noah H, Jackson W, Alana B, Tobias T, Caleb U, Marianne D, Tyler G, Miranda F, Cooper H.
Week 10 – Resisting distractions
Mark T, Jorja B, Addyson B, Cooper N, Kaella D, Angelina A, Tannahli W, Addison K, Selena S, Riley A, Ben O.
A reminder of the ANZAC Day March held by the Doyalson RSL Sub-Branch which falls during the school holidays this year on Thursday, 25 April. Participation is something of a tradition within the school and it is heartening to see the large attendance by Lakes Grammar students and their families growing further from year-to-year.
If you plan to attend, please ensure that your child wears the Lakes Grammar winter uniform and blazer. Please meet Mrs MacLarty (Senior School Co-ordinator of Wellbeing) onsite within the Doyalson RSL Club Grounds (please note change from last year) to form up within the Club’s grounds by 8.00am ready for the march to begin.
Following the march, children should stand with their parents for the service at the Cenotaph at the Doyalson RSL Club (or inside the club itself if the weather is inclement), commencing at 9.00am.
My thanks go to each and every one of our amazing staff team for their efforts this term. It has been a particular pleasure to welcome Mrs Stowe to our staff team as Co-ordinator of Quality Teaching and Learning (K – 6) and it is a privilege to work with such a capable, passionate and professional team who consistently give of their best for the students and love what we do. We are blessed with wonderful students who are lively and passionate about their learning, deeply caring and have a wonderful zest for life. I wish you the best for the upcoming holidays and look forward to welcoming you back in Term 2.
Head of Junior School