Monday, March 29, 2010

Sandy Beach Public School Easter Hat Parade and Raffle.

Don’t forget that our Easter Hat Parade and the 
drawing of the prizes for the Easter Raffle 
will be held on Thursday 1st April.

The parade will commence at 11.50am –
all students from Kindergarten to Year 6
will be involved.
Parents of students in Kindergarten, Year 1 and 2 
are welcome to come and help “dress up” the hats from 10.30am on this day.

We invite all parents, grandparents and family friends 
to come along to this great event.
We will have lots of prizes 
thanks to our wonderful parents for sending in so many eggs.
All books sold or unsold and money should already be returned
Leonie Smith
Assistant Principal
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Our Building Education Revolution program is about to start. Exciting days ahead!!

The challenges of BER from NSW BER on Vimeo.

BER Program Director, Angus Dawson, speaks about the size of the BER program and the related challenges.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

HELP: Netballers wanted- @ WOOPI

WOOLGOOLGA DISTRICT NETBALL ASSOCIATION
invites 10-12 yr old  GIRLS and BOYS
to play SATURDAY MORNINGS 
at WOOPI! 
Netball is a ball sport played between two teams of seven players.

Same place, same time every week! 

Meet new friends and have some fun.   

Come along this Saturday 9am to have a go and find out more!
(Cnr Nightingale & Scarborough St, Woolgoolga)

For more info call Sandra 6656 2474, Vicki 6656 1644, Tracey 6656 2771
or log on to: www.woopinetball.com

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SandyBeachPS now on twitter- get your newsletter tweeted

For those parents who use twitter don’t forget to follow SandyBeachPS
for the newsletter link and news updates.

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School Sores (Impetigo)

A number of cases of School Sores have been reported to the school.

The symptoms are as follows:
•The sores can be anywhere on the body, but are often on the face near the mouth and nose, or on the arms and legs.
•Impetigo may starts with a blister or a group of blisters.
•The blister bursts leaving a patch of red, wet skin which weeps.
•The spot usually becomes coated with a tan or yellowish crust, making it look like it has been covered with honey.
•There can be small spots around the first spots, spreading outwards.
•Impetigo is usually itchy.
•The sore takes about 1 to 3 days to develop after contact with fluid or crusts from a sore.
•There is often superficial peeling on the edge.

Please note:

Impetigo is extremely contagious (infectious) and can be easily spread to other children and adults. Please ensure personal hygiene is maintained e.g. own towels, face cloths etc.

Try to prevent your child scratching the sores as much as possible, eg cover sores with a watertight dressing and cut your child’s fingernails.

Your child can go back to school, after 24 hours of treatment and when the sores are completely covered with dressings.
Continue medical treatment until all sores are healed.
For further information and help with identifying and treating school sores go to:
Better Health Channel
Kids' Health- a good site to help kids understand



Cheers
:-)


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Easter Raffle

Easter eggs // OstereierImage via Wikipedia

Yes, it’s that time of year again -
our annual Easter Raffle and Hat Parade.
I am asking for donations of Easter Eggs to make up as many prizes as possible. 
These can be left at the front office.

Books of 5 tickets to sell will be sent home with all children shortly.
Thank you for your anticipated help.
Leonie Smith
Assistant Principal K-2
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Monday, March 1, 2010

ACARA Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority present the first draft.

"In 2008 all Australian governments agreed that a national curriculum would play a key role in delivering quality education and committed to the development of a K–12 national curriculum, initially in the areas of English, mathematics, science and history.



It is widely accepted that Australia should have one curriculum for school students, rather than the eight different arrangements that exist at the moment.

Whilst the Australian Curriculum will outline the scope of what is to be learned, it will be teachers in classrooms who will make decisions about how best to organise learning, the contexts for learning and the depth of learning that will be pursued for each child in their class." from: Why have an Australian curriculum.

On the ACARA home page you are advised to watch the video guide before you explore the site.  It explains that you need to register before you can log on and explore.