Four important Transition Sessions will be offered to our new 2020 Foundation Students. This will be a time to settle in, meet new classmates and be introduced to senior buddies in preparation for the year to follow.
Congupna Primary School will be conducting two Open Days for 2020 Prospective Students. There will be School Tours, Information Packs and a chance to meet Staff and ask questions. See you there.
2019 Foundation students will have the opportunity to participate in a four-session Transition Program to prepare them for their first year of schooling next year at Congupna Primary School.
It’s great to see the grade back at school, refreshed from a busy term. The class have started looking at Minibeasts in Science and Minecraft in STEM…exciting!
Our Classroom has been very busy learning about the World Cup this week. All of our students and teachers have been allocated two teams each. This has created a lot of excitement and even competitiveness each day at school.
Our Classroom has been very busy lately working on Time, Addition, Fractions and Place Value. In these photos, students were asked to create a structure out of 1000 MAB blocks.
Our Dookie Cluster Day was terrific on Tuesday. All of the classroom activities and the performance focused on the picture book that was the winner of the 2016 Children's Book Council Early Childhood Award, ‘Mr Huff’.
Potential Enrolments for 2019 are invited to come to Congupna Primary School from 9-11am on either Monday 14th or Wednesday 23rd May 2018 for a tour of the school, to meet our fantastic staff and to take a look at our new STEM Lab and engaging classrooms. Please call the School on (03) 5829 9286 should you require any further information.
Our School Community (Parents, Carers, Family members) are all welcome to attend school and share what students have been working on in STEM throughout Term1. It is also a terrific opportunity to meet new members of our School Community and have an informal picnic on the school grounds.
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The F/1 Grade have been busy little bees over the last few weeks.