Education Week ~ Open Morning.-On Friday 24th May, we were lucky to have many parents and grandparents participate in our open morning. The students were very excited to share their learning.
ANZAC DAY-On Wednesday the students of 3/4 K led an Anzac Day presentation for Dana Street students. The students read some facts and information about the Anzacs and the sacrifices that they made for us as Australians. We listened to “The … Continue reading →
PYJAMA DAY!-5/4/2019 The students enjoyed dressing up in their pyjamas to help raise money for an amazing charity ~ International Needs Australia.
Grandparents Day-Grandparents Day ~ 26th October 2018 Today we celebrated Grandparents Day across the school, with our special visitors joining in the learning in all classrooms. Many special visitors travelled significant distances to be here. It was wonderful to see the excited … Continue reading →
Melbourne Zoo Excursion-Our Preps enjoyed their day at the Melbourne Zoo ~ 14th September 2018 There are so many amazing animals throughout the world and this term, our prep student have been learning about them and their habitats. From Monkeys to Bear … Continue reading →
School Concert-Dana St Primary School’s Concert Week 3rd ~ 7th September 2018: What a spectacular week of entertainment we have had! From ladybug picnics to lost school values to twits and to giant peaches, we have seen it all. Well done … Continue reading →
RSL Visit-On the 20th July the 5/6s were fortunate enough to receive a visit from the Returned Services League, or RSL, who told us about the army in World War 1, 2 and the Vietnam War. We were told by Andrew about … Continue reading →
Werribee Zoo-On Thursday the 15th March a very excited group of Grade 3/4 students set off to explore the Savannah. “I loved the adventure at the zoo and all the animals there. It was fascinating to learn facts about the animals.” … Continue reading →
Sports Extravaganza-Last week saw the highly anticipated senior athletics carnival and junior tabloid sports come to life. Students in grades 3-6 made their way to Wendouree Oval in their finest team colours, whilst the junior grades were at school, showcasing their … Continue reading →