On Monday 29th of April Springside College p-9 was host 15 students and 2 teachers from an Indonesian school called Budi Mulia. The students from the elite Indonesian school located in Jogjakarta, central Java, came to Springside College to forge a sister school relationship. The day was a celebration of diversity, community and culture, with a shared lunch provided by year 8 students from Springside college.
21 Mar 2013 Newsletter
How do I use this booklet?
This booklet provides handy hints and ways you can help your child develop literacy and maths skills. It provides practical activities for you to do with your child at home and questions you can ask your child to help them learn.
The booklet is divided into age groups Before School – Year 2 and Year 3 – Year 6. Go to the sections appropriate to your child’s level and look at the tips and handy hints. You don’t have to do all the activities but doing some everyday will improve your child’s learning.
This booklet has been developed to support the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS) which outline what is important for all Victorian students to learn and develop during their time at school. The activities in this booklet reflect these standards and support lessons taught in your child’s school everyday.
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"I'm not wierd, I'm a limited edition."
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