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Newsletter Vol 15 18.10.13

Newsletter Vol 15 18.10.13

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l o o h c S y r a im r P ia Yakam Newsletter

Principal: Julie Blythe Deputy Principals: Yvonne Height, Helen Walmsley and Paul Murray Ph: 9841 7533 Fax: 9842 1350 Email: Yakamia.PS@education.wa.edu.au

Volume 15 18 October2013

From the Principal’s Desk
Marron Farm Excursion At the end of last term, I had the pleasure of spending the day with a delightful group of students at the Marron Farm. We had a terrific day, feeding and patting a variety of animals and playing some sports. All the students were very well-behaved. Thanks to Ms Miniter for organising the day and to all the wonderful volunteers who joined us. Before School Reading Program Just a reminder to parents and students that the Before School Reading Program, which operates in the Art Room, Monday to Thursday morning from 8.20am – 8.50am, will commence for Term 4 as of Week 2. This program has gone from strength to strength and has made significant links with literacy improvement for participating students. The program provides a safe environment for students to read to an adult , access a simple breakfast and enjoy the social benefits of participating in such a program. A huge thank you to staff and volunteers for making the program such a success.

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From the Principal’s Desk
Welcome Back Term 4 promises to be a very busy term finishing off the year and finalising plans and organisation for 2014. Students have returned happy and refreshed and settled back into teaching and learning programs. drinks as students often are more hungry and thirsty than usual. Lunch orders are to be marked with child’s faction not room number. Albany Show Day Albany public school principals would like to inform their school communities that all public schools will close on Friday, 8 November this year. Staff will attend school and use this day to plan for school improvement. Please mark this date on the calendar and make arrangements for your children if necessary. Yakamia Primary School Facebook You can now find us on Facebook! Assembly A big well done to the Year 4’s of Room 23 for Find us on Facebook.com Yakamia Primary School hosting the last assembly. What talent you all displayed!! Next week’s assembly will be hosted by the Year 1s of Room 34. The school looks forward to all family and friends attending.

Hats With the days warming up rapidly, please be reminded that we have a “no hat, no play” policy – all students need to have a broad brimmed hat or legionnaire cap when playing outside.

Julie Blythe
Principal

Faction Athletics Carnivals Tuesday 29 October will be the Junior Faction Athletics Carnival, with Senior Jumps and Throws being held on the same day. The Senior Athletics Carnival will be held on Thursday 31 October. A program with the events in which your child is participating, will be sent home once this information is finalised at the year group sport meetings. Parents are encouraged to come on the day to support their child. Please ensure your child is in his/her faction t-shirt, has a hat and is wearing sunscreen. It is also a good idea to pack extra food and

SCHOOL BANKING EVERY THURSDAY IN THE HALL 8.30 – 8.50am

Would you like the newsletter emailed to you? Send an email to Yakamia.PS@education.wa.edu.au or drop into the office and we will add you to the email list.

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Tribes
Tribes still remains the basis for our focus on values across the school and has been in place for many years. The process aims to teach students processes to cooperate, interact with others and to build a positive culture for learning and human development throughout the school. The Five Tribes Agreements form the basis of our relationships in the school and are consistently supported throughout all classes. The Tribes Agreements are as follows:

1. Personal Best 2. Appreciation - No Put Downs 3. Attentive Listening 4. Mutual Respect 5. Right to Pass

Honour Certificate Winners—27 September 2013
Room 11 Name Georgia Holman Mikayla Knock 12 Sam Wrightson Bjorn Brill-Edwards 13 Sally thornton Chelsea Rudolewicz 14 Andre Cajayon Georgia Crosby 15 Chloe D’Addario Kaysie Wood 16 Keliesha Richmund Jarrod Lambie 21 Chloe Whitford Paige Narkle 22 Beck Wrightson Indi Marwick 23 Bayley Drew Bradley Johnson-Pinner 35 34 33 32 26 25 Room 24 Name Sonia Quinn Rebekah Hutton Matt Rowley Brooke Clarke Jayden Lister Monique Lamont William Smith Dylan Maguire Kiara Hinks Kohen Horton Aiden Brown Sarah-Jane McCall Jamie Dowd Bella Medbury

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Community News
Yakamia Junior Soccer

Please note notices appearing below are not necessarily endorsed by the school. We provide this space for community groups to advertise to the school community. It is up to parents to scrutinise the activity and organisers for their child.

If anyone still has a Yakamia soccer shirt could you please hand it into the school office with your Registration forms are available on the Albany name attached, as soon as possible. Basketball Website Thankyou, Lea Childs www.albany.basketball.net.au Free Tennis Day When: Saturday 19 October, 10am-12 noon Where: Lawley Park Tennis Club Ages: 4-6 years Free games and prizes Free sausage sizzle Player registrations Enquiries: David Kerr 0414 608 523

Registration Cost is $40 and an optional extra $20 includes a pack (ball, bag and singlet in it). Total $60.

Happy Feet Fitness We love what we do and we know your child will too! Our interactive themed adventure classes are packed so full of original music, amazing costumes and props, magic, games and laughter, it’s actually hard to believe that the children are learning so much. Happy Feet, entertains, inspires and encourages children to make positive, healthy choices for themselves, the world around them, and in their relationships with others. Each class is themed and involves singing, dancing, circus, play, dressing up and laughter. The end result …… Every class is like a themed magical adventure! Happy Feet is available at Southern Edge Arts Inc, 77 Sanford Road, Albany for ages 2-5 years on Thursdays at 3.30pm. For more info call us on 9841 6002 or email: seamail@southernedge.org.au Other workshops include Drama (8-25yrs), Dance and Circus (5+ yrs incl Adults).

Dance Workshops Southern Edge Arts (SEA) Inc is your local provider of Circus, Dance and Drama workshops. We provide workshops programmes to members from 2 years to 55 years. Our main focus is the youth of the Great Southern Region and so we offer workshops not only after school but to schools and community groups.. A series of dance
workshops are now available for: • Contempory Dance and Classical Ballet with

Tash Rolfe • Hip Hop and Break-Dance moves and routines with Jeremy “Moondog J” Jongsma Other workshops offered by Southern Edge Arts Inc include Happy Feet Fitness (2-5yrs), Drama (8-25yrs) and Circus (5+yrs, including adults). Please phone 9841 6002 or email to seamail@southernedge.org.au Aussie Hoops Basketball The Albany Basketball Association are running Aussie Hoops Programme for our most junior enthusiasts at the start of the basketball season. The first programme ofAussie Hoops will commence on Saturday 26 October and runs for 6 weeks each Saturday at the Albany Leisure and Aquatice Centre. Time: 9am-10am. This is open to all boys and girls from Years 1 to Year 3. (and competent Pre-Schoolers upon request)

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