The Co-Curricular Dance classes will be performing at the upcoming Dance Concert on Saturday 12 September in Wyatt Hall. For full details, including consent forms, tickets and costume and hair information, please refer to the Performing Arts section of the Pulteney Review.
Ensemble Music Concert
The Kurrajong Choir will be performing in the upcoming Ensemble Music Concert on Saturday 19 September in Wyatt Hall. For full details, including the online consent form, and ticket information, please refer to the Performing Arts section of the Pulteney Review.
Focus Photography will be in attendance in Kurrajong on Thursday 10 September to photograph Year 1 and Year 2 students. The Kurrajong Choir will also be photographed on Thursday 10 September. Click HERE for uniform details. Siblings photographs will take place from 7.45-8.45am on Thursday 10 September in Kurrajong, and Wednesday 16 September in Prep (Wyatt Hall). Parents must accompany their children for these photos and order forms will be available from the photographer on the day and copies are available in the Kurrajong Front Office. Year 1 and 2 students may like to bring their Sports uniform to change into before the end of the day on Thursday 10 September if they attend a co-curricular sport after school.
Pulteney Storybook Series
Each Friday we will be sharing a storybook online read by one of our Pulteney staff members or students. Storytelling helps to build connections among people and improves listening skills that are essential in learning and in relationships. We hope your family enjoys listening to the books selected each week by members of our school community. This week you can view ELC Educator Todd Kerber share a book titled ‘There’s an Alligator Under my Bed’ by Mercer Mayer HERE.
Kurrajong welcomed a visiting South Australian author, Katrina Germein. She spoke to us about the process of writing a book and working with illustrators. She shared tips on how she comes up with ideas for her books. I think we now have some budding authors in the making!
The Year 2 STEAM group have been working with Mrs White and a Year 11 student, Gabriel Luksich, to drive a community initiative with the intention of informing others about the devastating effects of deforestation on rainforest wildlife, in particular orangutans. They have come up with the idea of designing and making badges that carry important messages to sell to our Pulteney community. This carries a dual purpose. Firstly, to inform others about the problem and offer advice on how they can make lifestyle changes to help, secondly to raise enough money to adopt an orangutan in Borneo where Gabriel visited last year with the school. The entire Year 2 cohort are now in the process of designing and making the badges ready to be sold for a gold coin donation on Wednesday 16 September in the Kurrajong Courtyard. Students are also encouraged to come dressed in a splash of orange on the day to show their support.
Head of Kurrajong