In addition to providing opportunities for students to develop their curriculum skills and knowledge,  our school engages students in activities that extend beyond the classroom and enhance their development. These include:

Learning Journey:

Learning Journey night is held annually in the last week of Term 1 and 3. The atmosphere is always positive, classrooms display plenty of high quality work showing students learning and progress. Our average parent attendance over the last 6 years has been 72%. Parent feedback has been particularly positive.

Incursions and Excursions:

Students participated in a range of incursions and excursions that were designed to extend the in-class curriculum opportunities. Some of these included:

Harmony Day:

This promotes a focus on cultural tolerance and understanding. This is traditionally well supported by parents who provided enormous amounts of culinary delights from all over the world – also sharing stories of their own cultural background.

National Reconciliation:

Both our year 4 classes asked Mrs Simpson, one of our teachers and an indigenous elder, questions about her culture and role in the community.

Bike Week:

Many students take the opportunity to ride to school over the course of this week. The Denmark Mountain Bike Club regularly hosts a breakfast and conducts mountain bike clinics for our students.

Book Week:

Each year staff from the Denmark Town Library pay us a visit, reading stories to the kindy classes. We also host a student and staff Book Week Character Parade. Other highlights are visits to the town library to hear authors, storytelling and book reading sessions, a staff readers theatre performance for our students and the scrumptious shared lunches so generously prepared by our wonderful parents and carers.

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