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All the latest news: Term 4 | Week 8

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It was an opportunity for schools to showcase what they had achieved in their gardens, sample some of the delicious food grown and cooked straight from school gardens and take a tour of Cringila’s fabulous garden. It was perfect timing for teachers and our parent volunteers who came along, who each came back with a stack of new ideas to implement in our own school.
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Lachlan – A star in the making, Kinder Orientation – Off to a flying start, Field of Mars discovery, Sydney Aquarium: Term 4 | Week 7

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Last Wednesday, Year 6 students had the opportunity to go and see their hard work on the big screen at the premier screening of this year’s WACKI films. The WACKI film competition is local competition within our community of schools and provides students with an opportunity to become involved in all aspects of film making, from writing a script to acting, designing sets and costumes, honing leadership skills by taking on the director’s role,  as well as editing the film to bring it all together.
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WACKI 2018

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Wacki Wednesday is a film made by the students of Year 5/6 for the Warrawong and Community Kids Images (WACKI) Film Festival, 2018. Their short film picked up best actor award for Lachlan Farthing.
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Look at us now, What a difference in the garden, School leader nominations open: Term 4 | Week 6

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  Wearing our new school hats with pride! From today, every student at Lake Heights Public School is now the proud owner of one of our school hats.
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Kellie’s classic catch video, Community garden news, Return and earn: Term 4 | Week 5

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  Click here to see Year 6 student, Kellie Taylor, land a magnificent catch at Thursday’s PSSA Cricket Tournament Last Thursday, many of the students in Years 3-6 spent the day on the greens, in a PSSA cricket tournament. Students were lucky enough to enjoy perfect conditions for much  of the day and had a great time honing their skills.
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New bubbler, Compulsory school hats, Managing hot days: Term 4 | Week 4

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A new bubbler will be installed on the lower playground today, to ensure students keep hydrated throughout the day The weather is heating up as we approach the end of the year, but we are doing all we can to ensure that students are staying cool and hydrated in the warmer weather. Our 100% hat habit is well and truly underway, with school hats to be introduced in the coming weeks (more information on this later in the newsletter).
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A grand kind of day, A 100% hat habit, Swim school bookings: Term 4 | Week 3

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The children adored showing their grandparents around their school and we had countless students asking whether it was Grandparents Day again the following day. It is always special for students to share time and some personal stories with their grandparents, and we’re glad that so many students were able to share some of those special moments today.
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Community garden – all systems GO, 100% hat habit: Term 4 | Week 2

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From today, our goal is for 100% of students to be wearing a hat for all outdoor activities between the 8:55am bell and the 2:35pm bell. Teachers have been asked to check that all students have a hat on their head as they exit the classroom for recess, lunch, PE, sport and any other outdoor activity, including excursions.
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Calling all Green Thumbs, Get those calendars ready, New iron-on logos: Term 4 | Week 1

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Here’s a few dates for the diary. LHPS Grandparent’s Day 25 October from 9:30am Full of love, adoration, stories and special treats, they say that grandparents are the best kind of grown ups and at Lake Heights, we appreciate the significant role that grandparents play in the daily lives of our students.
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Farewell Mrs Norman, Yeehaw what a haul, NAPLAN results: Term 3 | Week 10

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Arriving towards the end of 2002, Mrs Norman has been with us for 16 years. Over that time, she has become well known for her no-nonsense attitude, her incredible baked goods, her knack for stretching the school dollar and obtaining the best deals from suppliers, her dry sense of humour, and above all, her very big heart.
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