Seeing the same boys who make coffee with the Barista Boys during the week kicking goals on the weekend, has made me stop and reflect on how wonderful it is for our students to have multiple and varied interests. There are boys who attend Pottery Club who are also involved in Choir rehearsals, there is a group of Year 2 boys who have set up their own comic writing club and a group of Year 6 students who are on the verge of launching SPN, a student driven news service. This is evidence of the broad range of opportunities made available to and created by our students.
Boys in our Junior School are at the beginning of a journey where their interests may change, and their passions evolve. As parents and educators, it is important to support our children as they explore a gamut of extracurricular activities, and in doing so give them a chance to discover strengths they may not find otherwise. I congratulate our students for their involvement and thank parents for enabling their son’s participation in such an array of activities.
Old Palm House Holiday Program
We are delighted to invite Reception students to participate in our Old Palm House July School Holiday Program in the ELC. This is a unique opportunity for Reception children to participate in a vacation care program, specifically designed for early years learners. Please click here to register.
OSHC Feedback Meeting
All community members, whether you use the current Extend Before and After School Care service or not, are invited to meet with me to give feedback about the current care arrangements. Please click here to register your attendance.
Wishing you all an enjoyable weekend.
Head of Junior School
Dates for the Diary
|Saturday 25 June
|JSFOS Quiz Night
|Junior School Hall
|Tuesday 28 June
|Years 5 and 6 Concert Matinee Performance
|Mission Guild Pop up Uniform Shop
|North Terrace Car Park
|Years 5 and 6 Concert Evening Performance
|Friday 1 July
|Reception to Year 6 Assembly
|Year 2 Toy Expo
|Term 2 Concludes