Principal's Update

Hello Everyone, 


This term is flying past and it's hard to believe we are already at week 7! Our remaining weeks are likely to be very busy as we have a lot happening along with our normal teaching and learning. Please be mindful of the activities we have coming up this term:

  • Swimming Program 
  • Orientation Day
  • Year 6 Graduation
  • Christmas Concert
  • New classes/new teachers announced

2024 Planning

Our 2024 class structure and teachers have not yet been finalised but planning is well underway. As always, I welcome requests from parents. You may have noticed that your child doesn't work very well with a particular student in their class, or there is someone they do work well with. If you have any special requests please put it in writing or email to by Thursday 16th November. Please note we can not guarantee that your request will be granted because sometimes it is impossible - however, we will try our best. 



What a wonderful night we all had at our STEAM Fun Night. Students enjoyed demonstrating the experiments they had learnt in Science lessons and learning new ones. The cardboard city students had built was a masterpiece and a great insight into what they believe is important to our community. Thank you to all students and families who attended, making the event a true success.

I would also like to offer a heartfelt thank you to Nanna B for her invaluable contribution to our school community. Her dedication in organizing the highly successful STEAM night and running engaging science classes for all students has left a lasting impact on our learning environment.  Your enthusiasm and support are vital to the continued success of our school initiatives.


Cobram Show

Congratulations to all our talented students who showcased their diverse skills at the Cobram Agricultural Show! Whether it was writing, poetry, art, Lego creations, or culinary delights, your creativity and efforts have truly shone. Well done on your achievements, and thank you for representing our school with such excellence.

A big thank you to Kristy Kelly, our dedicated art teacher, for organising a fantastic display for our students to showcase their artistic talents at the Cobram Agricultural Show. Your efforts in coordinating and supporting our students in this endeavour are truly appreciated. The vibrant display of creativity from our young artists was amazing to view. Your commitment to fostering a love for the arts among our students is commendable, and we are grateful for the positive impact you continue to make.


Have a great week!


Claye Runnalls