Monthly Archives: December 2015


Stationery List for 2016


Stationery List for 2016 are now available, please click the below link to view . Room 2 2016 Stationery List Room 3 2016 Stationery List Room 4 2016 Stationery List

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Classes for 2016


Room 1 (14) Travis Bennett, McKenzie Baldwin, India Crook, Cooper Brasting, Riva Parkes, Amber de Malmanche, Jodi Laurie, Leo Mackintosh, Toran Drover, Luca Kuehne, Nicholas Frith, Riley Brasting, Sabrina Henshaw, Jesse Goldsworthy. Room 2 (21) Lola Benson, Bella Churton, Alice Dalgleish, Astyn Fothergill, Liam Harcus, Lily Henshaw, Zoe Hollard, Jay Johnson, Jessica Kuehne, Alyssa Laurie, […]

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Hockey Fest Day


On Monday 9th November rooms 3 & 4 set off in a bus for the hockey turf in Gonville. On arrival the students were put into groups and they rotated around a variety of fun activities and games that were designed to practice their hockey skills. They all had a really fun morning.

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Tough Kids


The Tough Kids’ Competition at Cooks Gardens was well attended by Brunswick School students. On the 30th October thirty children set off for a day of real tough competition. They came home wet dirty and very tired but they had a great time.

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Year 5 Students visit to Bushy Park


On Friday 3rd of November, five year five students were lucky enough to spend an activity day at Bushy Park with students from other schools in the district. The students were supervised by Mrs McMenamin and Mrs Mocha. They moved around various activity stations where they were able to investigate the flora and fauna in […]

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Farm Visit for Rooms 1 & 2


Room 1 and 2 went to visit Gerry O’Donnell at the dairy farm that he manages.  They had a fantastic day being shown around the farm and looking at the day to day aspects of farming.  The children saw how a rotary milking shed works, had a ride on a tractor and lunch on the […]

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Junior Farmer Competition


On Pet Day we also ran the final of the Junior Farmers Competition. The heats had been held on the previous Monday as a very exciting “House Competition”. Garry Stent with help from Steve Lourie and David Harcus set up the equipment and ran the competition. I t was a very close and exciting competition […]

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Pet day


Will it rain or not? It was hard making the decision, but pet day went ahead. A little damp but we all put our raincoats on. The school was full of lots of pets. There were lambs and calves, dogs, cats, and even rabbits. We all enjoyed the parade and then the rain really started […]

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Floral Creations


On Wednesday 21st of October all students had a wonderful time creating floral art. The vegetable sculptures that emerged from potatoes and silver beet were truly amazing. Sand saucers were colourful and the winning entries demonstrated a real flair for creating patterns with flowers. As for the miniature gardens, they were very creative with lots […]

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