Semester one year 8 results sent to feeder Primary Schools so letters of congratulations to those students
excelling can be sent home from Primary Principals
(Chef; Keith Marley)
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‘Secondary Assembly’—Primary school Principals to give academic awards to those high achieving year
8 students from their schools. (Information to go to Primary School Principals week 1—Term 3).
Staff professional Development to run a combined secondary primary professional development session/
forum each year.
(Chef; Deputy Principal 97222400)
‘Sports Elite Program’ - nominate your year 7 sporting talents to be part of our 2009 sports link pro- Primary school partnerships is about us working together as a team to
(Chef; Stuart Hayward 97222442) ensure that local needs and expectations for education are being met.
‘Science Elite Program’ - nominate your year 7 science students who are talented scientists to become We need to get together to focus on taking students back from the non-
part of our Science Horizons Program—to study science. government sectors and to put in place strategies that will promote all
(Chef; Lorraine Ellis 97222454)
the positives about government education.
‘Values Program’—staff from the secondary school and the primary school to do some common plan-
ning in regards to school values programs and how these are implemented in the school.
(Chef; Tim Fry 97222458, Deputy Principal 97222400) Initial Meeting with Principals
The initial meeting with Principals was to examine links that could be
‘Behavior Management Program’—Student Services and school deputies to discuss processes used in
behavior management in schools and to map the common steps and processes. developed between the primary and secondary school.
(Chef; Tim Fry 97222458)
‘Careers’—Schools Careers advisor's are happy to discuss with Primary School classes different career The meetings clearly outlines that there was lots of possibilities that
options and to play the real game with the classes
(Chef; Kevin Lloyd 97222454 and James Skoda 97222451) could be examined as a way of strengthening secondary/primary
school alliances. It was agreed by all that a seamless link between
primary and secondary students could only benefit the students in our
Running a special event—looking for specialist venue. Why not see if we have facilities that you can use:
It is envisaged that an alliance will be able to be developed with our
Performing Arts Centre Art Rooms local primary schools which outlines the possibilities of partnerships.
Gymnasium Media Room
Inside find a selection of ideas .
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‘Science Specialization’—teaching a topic want some practical support to demonstrate a Science ‘IT Technology’—Want your class to design a computer game, create a web page, do a web
concept—(Wetlands, environmental science, chemistry, physics, Climate change) then book a quest, design an intranet page. Come along to our IT classes and students will mentor students
time when staff and or students can come to your school to help by providing some challenging and assist them with their fun activities
information to motivate your students. (Chef; Stuart Henden 97222450)
(Chef; Lorraine Ellis 97222454)
‘Model Making’—Students doing research or making a project that requires specialist wood
work or metal work equipment then arrange to work in our specialist Design and Technology
‘Literacy Focus’—Have our students come and read their picture books they have designed writ- classes with a specialist teacher
ten and produced to your lower primary student classes. (Chef; David Barbour 97222437)
(Chef; Lesley Stace 97222459)
Film/Moving Making’—Want some support to develop a movie about your class or school then
‘Issues Talks’ - presenting some new topic to your class perhaps on cyber bullying, World War I, we would love to help put together, edit or print your latest DVD
Saving money, Languages (Italian + Indonesian) to name just a few. (Chef; Dave Barbour 97222437, Stuart Henden 97222450)
(Chefs; Science topics– Lorraine Ellis 97222454, Mathematic Topics– Ronald Newberry
97222457, Society and Environment– Andrew Healey 97222456, Health topics– Stuart Hay- ‘Childcare Students’—Our VET child care students are very keen to run come activities with
ward 97222442) your junior primary students. We can hold a fairy party or play some junior games, read stories
or just help on those special days.
‘Special Events Week’—Coming soon is Mathematics week, Science week, the Olympics, Liter- (Chef; Gaynor Tuck 97222490)
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acy/Book week. Invite us to your school or we can invite you to ours to be involved in a Tabloid
of activities and games.
‘Wetlands Tours’—your class is studying environmental science and you wish them to tour a
natural eco-system then visit by appointment Newton Moore Senior High School Wetlands ‘Coaching Clinics’ - invite our talented Clontarf boys and Ricky Grace Netball and Basketball
(Chef; Lorraine Ellis 97222454) girls to your school to run some clinics with your class during sport or in phys ed time at school.
(Chef; Mark Skehan 97222439)
XÇàÜ°x _|äx XÇàxÜàt|ÇÅxÇà ‘Sports Events’ - those special days in the year like winter carnivals, athletics carnivals, swim-
ming carnivals, triathlons. Have our talented students support with umpiring, scoring and
(Chef; Stuart Hayward 97222442)
‘Musical Mania’ - invite our school band to play at your assemblies, at school fetes, special
events, parent nights, graduation or to play to your year seven classes prior to coming to high ‘Friday afternoon sports program’—on a rotational basis have secondary students working with
school your weekly sports program
(Chefs; Jessica O'Neil, Arwel Jenkins 97222461) (chef; Stuart Hayward 97222442)
‘Workshops in music’ want some support to run a music workshop with your students. Our ‘After school activities’—Those schools running after school programs might like the support of
talented music students and staff can come and support your students our talented year 10’s to help organize, coach or run some special tabloid games. Programs after
(Chef; Jessica O’Neil and Arwel Jenkins 97222461) school can be accredited hours to our students for their community service hours.
(Chef; Tonia Gelmi 97222458)
‘Drama Delights’ - have your students come and view the many plays which happen at our
school. An exciting opportunity to watch a dress rehearsal, watch a school play written, choreo- ‘Community Services’—is your school supporting a special cause or charity volunteering for a
graphed and performed by our talented Drama students. service club and want some extra support then call on us to have our year 10 students help with
(Chefs; Lee McLaughlin, Cherie Fielder 97222462) this event.
(Chef; Tonia Gelmi 97222458)
‘Artistic Artwork’ - want a specialist lesson on sculpture, mosaics, drawing. Invite our talented
art students or art teacher to demonstrate these specialist techniques to your class. ‘Cultural Activities’—Having an event celebrating a special day such as NAIDOC week, Indo-
(Chef; Caroline Cooper, Linda Guinness, John Reading 97222440) nesian festival or Italian Language . Then call on us to support with the special day ot activities.
Aboriginal Education 97222468, LOTE 97222489)
‘Dancing with the Stars’ our special dance students would love to come and support choreograph
or teach some dance movements to your class
(Chef; Kym Whitney 97222462)