What's Happening 

Term 4, 2023

Friday 1st December - Pre-Prep Program

Monday 4th December to Friday 15th December - School Swimming Program

Friday 8th December - Pre-Prep Program

Tuesday 12th December - State-wide Orientation Day

Tuesday 12th December - Year 6 Graduation

Thursday 14th December - Christmas Concert

Friday 15th December - Year 6 Windsurfing Excursion (56B and 56N)

Monday 18th December - Year 6 Windsurfing Excursion (56G and 56H)

Tuesday 19th December - Last Day of Term 4 - Normal finish time 3:20pm

State-Wide Orientation Day

On Tuesday 12th December our Year 6 students will attend their new Secondary School for a day. Students in Foundation to Year 5 will also spend time in their new classroom for 2024, where they will get to meet their teacher and classmates.


As a culmination of our Pre-Prep Program our 2024 Foundation students will come to school from 9:30am to 12pm. Students will be separated into their classes and will meet their teacher for 2024.


All students are expected to participate in the School Swimming Program. All classes will have 7 lessons over a 2 week period. The updated swimming program is shown below.

Christmas Concert

Year 6 Graduation

On Tuesday 12th December we will celebrate the graduation of our Year 6 students. On this night students will celebrate with dinner followed by a graduation ceremony. Families are invited to attend the Graduation Ceremony. Further details regarding location and times will be distributed to Year 6 students.  

Year 6 Windsurfing Excursion

Students will celebrate the end of the year with an excursion to the Yarrawonga Windsurfing School. They will have the opportunity to to try Windsurfing and Stand-Up Paddle Boards. On the day they will be taught about water safety, correct use of equipment and rules that apply when on the water. We hope our Year 6 students enjoy the activity!

COVID Update

We are aware that there is, at present, an increase in community transmission of COVID-19 in Victoria and our local community.


You can help us keep our school as safe as possible by taking 2 important steps:

1. Ensure your COVID-19 vaccinations are up to date. Information on how and where to get vaccinated is available on the Get vaccinated webpage.

2. If your child shows symptoms of COVID-19, please ensure they stay home and get tested. The easiest way to test is to use a rapid antigen test (RAT). We are currently trying to obtain more RATs for families but in the meantime free RATs are available from your local council. You can collect 2 packs of 5 RATs and an extra 2 packs for each person in your household. People with disability and their carers can get 4 packs of 5 RATs. You are not required to have a Medicare card and you can collect RATs as many times as you need. You can also buy RATs at supermarkets, pharmacies and other retailers.

  • If your child has symptoms but tests negative, please ensure they stay home until they no longer have symptoms.
  • If the RAT test result is positive, please ensure they say home for at least 5 days and until there are no more symptoms.

Thank you for your support – these steps will help us all stay well.

Pre-Prep Program

We are very excited to begin our Pre-Prep Program in Term 4! Students who will be attending Foundation in 2024 have been invited to come along for 7 sessions at school. These sessions will focus on exposing students to literacy and numeracy programs, and help to develop the fundamental social skills required for a successful entry into the school setting. We have found the program to be very beneficial to our students and assist with a smooth start to their Foundation year.


Sessions will be run on -


  • Friday 24th November
  • Friday 1st December
  • Friday 8th December
  • Tuesday 12th December (State-wide Orientation Day)

If you, or any families you know, have a child starting Foundation next year and have not yet enrolled please contact the office to collect enrolment forms and book a spot for the Pre-Prep Program.