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MOST IMPROVED SCHOOL IN AUSTRALIA!
On October 1 The Australian newspaper published information about Australian schools. We were ecstatic to see that we were at the top of the list of the Most Improved Primary Schools.
Music Soiree 15th September 2016
The whole school community came together in the Jindivick Hall for another night of music. The theme was Rock and Roll and students and staff dressed up for the occasion. The children performed brilliantly showing the skills they have learned in our music programmme. The items included class singing, playing glokenspiels, ukuleles and guitar as well as solo performances.
Music Soiree 2nd September 2015
The whole school community came together in the Jindivick Hall for a night of music. The children were eager to show what they have been learning in our music programmme. All grades performed items. The items included singing, and playing glokenspiels, ukuleles and guitar. There were also solo performances on drums, keyboard and singing.
Term 2 2015
We have a busy term 2 with three fantastic and informative excursions taking place.
We will be travelling to the Neerim District Rural PS for a Cluster Day with local rural schools. The theme is ‘Environmental Science’ with lots of hands on activities.
Later in May we are visiting ‘The Patch’ PS in the Dandenongs. They have an awesome natural and sustainable garden. We will be looking at their gardens to get ideas for our own school and having a pizza lunch cooked by the students at The Patch.
Again in May, we are going to the National Gallery of Victoria to view the ‘Golden Age of China’ exhibition. We are having lunch at the NGV and will spend some time at the Botanical Gardens before coming home.
Things are never dull at Jindi !