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Term 3 Dates to Remember

Term 3 Dates to Remember

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OSHC Bookings/Cancellations Information

OSHC Bookings/Cancellations Information

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Before School Care (BSC)

Before School Care (BSC)

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Mythical Creatures

Mythical Creatures Our team devised a weekly theme of mythical creatures, intending to expand the creative minds and imagination of students through this learning. Throughout the week we formulated crafts connected with this topic and students thoroughly enjoyed these activities.Activities planned the week following focuced on Learning Outcome 4: Children are confident and involved learners. […]

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Outer Space Week

Outer Space Week During Week 3 of OSHC, we celebrated all things space. There was something for everyone to enjoy, with craft activities including: stained glass solar systems, spiral paper galaxies, flying saucers, aliens, and space rockets. We talked about exciting new discoveries in outer space and what life is like as an astronaut. There […]

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From the Music Department

From the Music Department The Tale of the Fire Phoenix In Week 10 of Term 2, a small group of musicians from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra visited SAC to perform for and with the Year 2 and Year 3 students. The performance of The Tale of the Fire Phoenix, written by educator, composer and performer […]

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From the OSHC Director

From the OSHC Director Hello and welcome……………………………………………………… Ms Cassandra Dwyer-Monaghan OSHC DIRECTOR

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Wonderful Creations on Display!

Wonderful Creations on Display! Please come along to the front office to view the amazing work of our Year 7, 9, 10 and 11 Art and Design students. Featured in the foyer are the Year 10 Design classes’ SAC shelter design posters, the Year 10 Art classes colourful ‘My Place’ paintings, and the Year 9’s […]

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Continuing the Storytelling of our History

Continuing the Storytelling of our History eurythmics era Sr Teresa Dunlevie was instrumental in the introduction of eurythmics to encourage graceful deportment, coordination and to promote physical health. By the late 1930s, eurythmics was an important part of the school curriculum with Mr Noel Hubbard, from the College of Physical Culture, Dancing and Massage, employed […]

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Year 11 Retreat – Enlightened About the Importance of Being Connected to Our Land

Year 11 Retreat Enlightened, connected and sharing the Importance of Our Land On Friday the 1st of July, the Year 11 cohort travelled to Sunnybrae Estate where we were exposed to the realm of indigenous culture. The retreat took a different approach from previous years. This year was the first year where Year 11s could […]

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