Talking Tactics Together, Virtual Communication, School Photos and more: Term 3 | Week 4

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events at Lake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish’ –    John Quincy Adams Continuing on  Education Week last week was a lovely celebration of learning in what has been a challenging year for all.
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Book Club, Education Week, Virtual Film Festival and more: Term 3 | Week 2

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘Success doesn’t come from what you do occasionally, it comes from what you do consistently’ –Marie Forleo Adjusting to new norms A few months into Australia’s experience with COVID, many of the practices we are adopting as habit have become new norms. It is important, however, that we do not become complacent and we continue to adhere to directions consistently and stay across government information as it comes to hand.
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Welcome Back, Banking Returns, Lake Walk and more: Term 3 | Week 1

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘Great works are performed not by strength, but by perseverance’ –Samuel Johnson COVID remains, but so too does continuity of education Welcome back to Semester Two. In the last days of school, you would have received your child’s first-semester report.
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Winter Uniform, Kinder 2021, Staff Changes and more: Term 2 | Week 9

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘He who has health has hope; and he who has hope has everything’ – Arabian Proverb Health and happiness Yesterday marked the end of Men’s Health Week in Australia. It cannot be stated enough how important our health is to happiness.
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Attendance, Winter Solstice, National Refugee Week and more: Term 2 | Week 8

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘There are no seven wonders in the eyes of a child. There are seven million’ – Walt Streightiff Perhaps there are more than seven million wonders in our Community Garden Bouncing back and easing restrictions In reflecting on how we best rebound from the partial school closures of recent months, my mind moves to attendance.
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Reports, Short Movie Competition, Missing Resources and more: Term 2 | Week 7

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘Every success story is a tale of constant adaption, revision and change’ – Richard Branson Finishing strong With the June Long Weekend behind us, schools typically start preparing to finalise and distribute Semester One Reports. For all of its challenges, 2020 is flying along.
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School Gardens, OC Class, National Reconciliation Week and more: Term 2 | Week 6

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events at Lake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘Children are the World’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future’ –    John F Kennedy Full Steam Ahead It was great to have our children back last week, and we are looking forward to another great week of learning at Lake Heights Public School.
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Back To School, Assemblies, Chicken Divas, Storytime and more: Term 2 | Week 5

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Stay up to date with all of the news and upcoming events atLake Heights Public School. From the principal’s desk ‘It takes a community to raise a child’ – African Proverb Welcome Back This week is a very important one in the acknowledgement of our history, and in the celebration and recognition of Aboriginal culture in our country. National Sorry Day is on Tuesday, and Reconciliation Week starts on Wednesday.
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