In support of Mental Health Day, our Braeside Community is encouraged to wear yellow to support this very important day and to be aware for ourselves and others Mental Health.
Due to the inclement weather tomorrow, Wednesday 13th September, where we will be experiencing extremely high winds and rain, we will be postponing the Athletics Carnival. The Carnival will now be running over Wed 20th & Thurs 21st September, next week.
Today our Kindy Transition program listened to the "Owl Babies" story and then had an absolute hoot creating their very own owl baby.
Year 6 students are finally enjoying their long awaited Camp. After a stop in Williams they arrived in Camp to enjoy team actiivties including Archery. Today was a visit to Optus Stadium.
Staff Development Day this Friday 18th August 2023.No Students at school on this day.
This week our lovely 3+yr old Kindy's heard the story of "The Rainbow Fish". They created their very own fish and played with sparkly blue playdough as well as having fun creating their own rainbow fish topped biscuit.
Our Kindy Transition program has commenced for Term 3 and 4. They run from 9.30am to 11.00am every Tuesday. Pre-Kindy students and their parents had a lot of fun with paint, playdough and creating butterflies or caterpillars from clay.
Term 3 is here, welcome to our families and new families joining our Braeside Community. There is lots happening this term, with Athletics Carnivals late in the Term. If you have changed details over the holidays, like mobile numbers and addresses, please let the office ladies know.
End of Term 2 is just around the corner. Relax and enjoy the holiday break, safe trip if you are travelling and we'll see you next term, Monday 24th July.
The weather held off for our Faction Cross Country on Tuesday 30th May. Students ran their best for their Factions and Acacia took the trophy on the day. Congratulations to Acacia and for Wandoo and Mallee for their wonderful sportsmanship.
9am on Wednesday 24th May all students were read the story of The Speedy Sloth. This was part of the National Simultaneous Storytime that is a colourful, vibrant, fun event that aims to promote the value of reading and literacy.
Students and staff had a great day dressing like pirates on Friday 19th May. A gold coin donation went towards Childrens Brain Cancer Research.