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- 1-2-3 Magic & Emotion Coaching
- Kakka Challenge - interested students
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Term 4 is an absolutely magic time in schools and just like the first week of the school year, it is full of range of feelings. We will have our Kinders stepping with excitement into the big yard for the first time, the nerves of getting through auditions for our school production of ‘The Phantom of the Talent Factor,’ through to our Grade 10s undertaking exams and taking the next step in their journey towards Grade 11, understandably with mixed emotions. I’d like to welcome back all of our staff, students and their families, and a special welcome to our new enrolments and families that are joining us at Penguin District School for the final term of the school year.
Congratulations to Year 10 student Dalton on representing Australia this week at the Oceania Track Titles in New Zealand. Daltons’ selection has been capped off with a gold medal in the U19 Men’s Team Pursuit event. A sensational effort Dalton!
During the school holidays Brady in Year 10 travelled to Queensland to compete in the National Mixed Martial Arts tournament where he placed third. Well done Brady.
Penguin District School values the contribution that students make within the community, please keep us informed of significant student achievements by emailing email@example.com or send a message via the Penguin District School Facebook page.
The 9/10 Forensic Science class had a play with creating fake blood. They then observed the behaviour of passive blood drips from different heights. Using the average diameter of the 5 best drop stains, students were able to discover a relationship in height and blood spot diameter. In the upcoming weeks students will continue to experiment with blood splatter and observe the differences created by different velocity.
Year 10 exam week : Monday 21 October - Friday 25 October
Monday - English
Tuesday - Science
Wednesday - Health and Physical Education
Thursday - Humanities and Social Science (HASS)
Friday - Maths
23 Oct 2019
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Your son/daughter is interested in representing Penguin District School at an event called Kakka, which is organised by the Don College Outdoor Leadership class.
This event will be held on Wednesday 23 October from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm at Don College in Devonport. Students will return to school before the normal dismissal time.
The team competition (3 people) involves a 1.1km paddle in the Don River (kayak and safety equipment provided), a mountain bike through the Don Reserve (student’s own bike or the school’s), a 5km run surrounding the Don College campus and an obstacle course that all 3 people complete.
Students should wear their school polo top as uniform on this day and come prepared with food, drink and a change of clothes. Socks and shoes will likely get wet and muddy.
Travel to the event will be in one of the school’s buses. If you have any queries or concerns please contact Jade Hughes at school on 6434 2222.
Phone: 03 6434 2222
23 Oct 2019
8:50 AM to 2:50 PM
NWPSSA Year 3/4 Sports Expo – Ulverstone
All Year 3 and 4 students will be participating in the annual North West Primary Schools Sports Association Sports Expo at the Ulverstone Showgrounds. The day encourages children to participate in 4 different sports, providing them with basic sport-specific skills delivered by coaches, players or qualified instructors.
Date: Wednesday 23 October
Transport: Bus departs school at 9:20 am and returns at 2:30 pm.
What to bring: Packed lunch, drink bottle, school uniform (including hat) appropriate for participating in sporting activities. There are no canteen facilities available.
Parent help: Each class requires at least one adult helper to supervise and encourage students throughout the day. If you hold a current Working with Vulnerable People card, and can offer your time to assist, please contact your child’s class teacher.
Student details: Please notify the school if there has been any change to student information provided previously (i.e. medical or emergency contact information).
Please feel free to contact your child’s class teacher with any questions through the school office.
Karina Van Essen