Primary

Synthetic Phonics Parent Workshop

4 March 2015 super_administrator 0

If you have a student in one of our Early Childhood classes, you would have heard our teachers mention words such as graphemes, phonemes, camera words and phonological awareness. These are some of the elements that make up our Synthetic Phonics program. Synthetic Phonics is a vital part of our Literacy program as we teach our students to read and […Read more]

Primary

Year 3 Celebrates Dr Seuss' 111th Birthday

4 March 2015 super_administrator 0

The Year 3's had a fantastic day celebrating Dr Seuss' 111th birthday on Monday 3 March. Students dressed up in a 'touch of Seuss', brought a plate to share and took part in some fun learning experiences. Students looked wonderful dressed as Cat-in-the-Hat, Thing 1 and Thing 2, the Once-ler, the Lorax, barbaloots and many other characters. Families, as always, […Read more]

Primary

Mixed Interschool Basketball Competition

4 March 2015 super_administrator 0

Congratulations to the following students who competed in last Friday's Interschool Mixed Basketball Competition at Renaissance College: Natalie Kirke, Kayla Graham, Charlize Taper, Harrison Hardge, Sacha Seeto, Matthew Ohlson, Moses Chan, Darren Yu, Eshaan Balani and Rupert Males. These students played with enthusiasm, determination and tenacity to reach the finals. Renaissance A proved too good on the day, however, still […Read more]

Primary

Primary Cross Country Competition

4 March 2015 super_administrator 0

This Thursday, all students from Year 3 to Year 6 will participate in their annual Primary Cross Country Competition at the Peak. Year 3 and 6 will be AM and Year 4 and 5 will be PM. We would love to see you there to support your child, both individually and to gain points for their House. Please feel free […Read more]

Primary

This Week's Message from the Primary Division

25 February 2015 super_administrator 0

A Message From Leonie Drew | Principal Primary Co Head of School. Welcome to Year of the Wooden Sheep! We hope that you enjoyed the Chinese Lunar New Year holidays and the many festivities surrounding this special time. 2015 is the Year of the Sheep; you will also see it referred to as the Year of the Goat, and on […Read more]