No Lunch Orders During Swimming for the Whole School - Monday 17th November
During Swimming the early lunch break commences at 11 am and we cannot accommodate or ensure lunch orders being ready by this time. Can you please send lunch from home with your child from Monday to Thursday (Week 1 - 17 through 20 November and Week 2 - 24 through 27 November)? Lunch orders will be available on the two Fridays during Swimming (Week 1 - 21 November and Week 2 - 28 November).
Thank you for your cooperation
Regards Lyn Evans...Read More
Swimming Program 2014 - Monday 17th November
Swimming begins next week Monday 17th November until Thursday 27th November at Elite Swimming Centre, 8 Attercliffe Ave. Pascoe Vale. We will have our lunch break at 11.00 - 12.00 and recess will be at different times during the program. Your child's school uniform and hat MUST be labelled with your child's name to minimise the chances of being misplaced or lost. They also need to know what their towel looks like, or have it labelled. Every effort is made to minimise clothing issues although if your child knows what their socks, undies, etc. look like it is extremely helpful....Read More
Next Farmer's Market - Saturday 22nd November
It is grade 4/5 and 5/6’s turn to help again at the next market on the 22nd. If you haven’t already helped this year (or even if you have) then any time you can offer would be much appreciated. We need people in all timeslots: 7:30 – 10:30, 9-12 or 10:30 – 1:30pm. Please call/text me on 0400 197732 or email email@example.com if you (or your child, or both) are available....Read More
Election Day Cake Stall - Saturday 29th November
From secret recipes to family favourites, cakes, slices and biscuits of all shapes and sizes are needed for the Parents and Friends Election Day Cake Stall on Saturday, 29 November.
As with previous elections, the stall will be held at the school on election day as a way of raising money and showing our community spirit....Read More
Barbecue Donations Needed - Saturday 29th November
Parents and Friends will be holding a barbecue at the school on election day, Saturday, 29 November, to feed the hungry hordes coming to cast their vote.
We are putting out a call for donations of soft drink, bottle water, juice boxes, sauce and other condiments – if you happen to have any you could donate or know a local business that could help with halal sausages and bread, we would be very grateful....Read More
Joy's Corner - Friday 14th November
Every week Joy Freier, the Primary Welfare Officer at Coburg North receives an inbox full of helpful parenting advice and upcoming workshops to assist in raising primary school age students.
2015 Camp to Anglesea - Monday 16th February
The date for accepting camp deposits has now closed.
Thank you to all those parents who have paid their deposit and returned their notices.
As we had such a wonderful response with maximum numbers attending, it is set to be a very exciting camp.
Further information about camp and final payments will be sent home in the coming week....Read More
Junior School Council Report - Friday 14th November
This week is Planet Ark’s National Recycling Week, a week dedicated to bring a national focus to the environmental benefits of recycling. Throughout the week teachers discussed with their grades:...Read More
Share Your Dreams - Friday 14th November
The Share Your Dreams Competition was the parents turn to send in their bold ideas to help guide the school's future over the next 5 or so years.
Silvia’s entry was truly inspirational – her fantastic ideas and how they were visually presented. Some of Silvia’s suggestions included - creating an outdoor arts room in the amphitheatre through creative paintings and other decorations, artistic sculptures and creative activities in the playground, and equipping a performance space in the hall with professional sound and seating.
Reading Recovery Graduates - Friday 14th November
Congratulations to Rose, Leyla and Jana who have graduated from the Reading Recovery Program. These Grade 1 girls have worked hard over the past months with Mrs. Zull in Reading Recovery to improve their reading and writing skills. Congratulations on your fantastic progress girls.
Remembrance Day - Tuesday 11th November
Remembrance Day also known as Armistice Day is when we take a minute silence for all the men and women that were killed or injured in the war. At 11:00am everyone takes a minute silence because at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month the 1st World War ended.
Poppies are the symbols that represent World War 1. World War 1 was also known as the Great War. Poppies were flowers that grew wildly in many battle fields. We make poppies today so that we can raise money for the men and women that have been injured fighting to protect our country....Read More
Staff Opinion Survey - Friday 14th November
The school staff were surveyed on the following areas:
Collective efficacySchool staff believe they have the necessary skills, expertise and resources to successfully educate students.
Collective responsibility Staff view the success of all students as their shared responsibility.
Academic emphasis* Emphasis is placed on the importance of academic success and school norms support learning....Read More
Interschool Sport Bat Tennis - Friday 17th October
On Friday, 7th November 2014, we played a game of Bat Tennis against St. Bernards. The scores for the girls were 33 - 38, sadly they lost. The scores for the boys were 27 - 37, they won. It was a good day and there were some really close games and some good gameplay, and I'd like to thank Ms. Evans for coaching us....Read More
Girls' Basketball - Friday 7th November
On Friday the 7th of November we played a game of girls’ basketball against St. Bernards. The scores were 38-24, unfortunately we lost but the whole team played exceptionally well considering we had no substitutes and we had to play the whole game. Amelia improved a lot with her defending and attacking and she ran her hardest throughout the game. Amalia was amazing at running and defending and she tried really hard with her shooting. Sayo and Nadine did a lot of shooting and Sayo also did a lot of running and defending. Nadine played really well when shooting and running. We all had a very fun and fair game. The other school had some really good players and Mr P gave the girls some really good advice and I would like to thank Mr P so much for coaching us. We all played exceptionally well on our last game.
By Nadine...Read More
Mixed Softball - Friday 7th November
On Friday the 7th of November, the mixed softball played against St Bernard’s Primary School. It was a very enjoyable game and everyone tried their hardest. The scores were 4 to 12. Sadly, we didn’t win.
The opposition got many of its runs by hitting the ball far. Our team was very good at sneaking to bases and Alex, our pitcher, did a very good job.
It was a fair and enjoyable game.
Italiano a CNPS "matematica in italiano" - Friday 14th November
Ciao a tutti,
This semester Grade 3 /4 has been doing matematica in italiano each week. As well as learning numbers up to 100, we have been doing addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in italiano, and playing some number games....Read More
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2012 Year Book
Click here to download a copy of the Coburg North 2012 Year Book.