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Burger Day

The JSC are holding a Fundraiser - Burger Day on Wednesday 13th June 2018.
The fundraiser is for a 'Cure for Brain Cancer'. Students can wear casual clothes on the day and wear a beanie for a gold coin donation.

The special lunch on the day is a Burger Day and 50 cents from every order will go towards supporting the fundraiser. The lunch orders must be handed in no later than Thursday 7th June. No late orders will be accepted as the canteen need to allow enough time to order food.

The canteen will only accept cash for these orders and no other lunch orders will be available on this day.


2018 Enrolments

For 2018 enrolments the Enrolment Forum evening is on 22nd March at 7.00pm – 8.30pm. Tour and Chats with the Principal are available from 21st April through to 7th August. General information about our school and programs is available and you have an opportunity to ask questions and tour the school.

To book for the Enrolment Forum and a tour click here

Walk Safely to School Day

National Walk Safely to School Day is on FRIDAY 18TH MAY. It is an annual event when all primary school children, their parents and carers are encouraged to walk and commute safely to and from school. It is a community event seeking to promote Road Safety, Health, Public Transport and the Environment. ‘Walk Safely to School Day’ stickers will be given to children who walk/ride/scoot to school on Friday. The JSC students will collect data on the number of students who walked, rode or scooted to school.

National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

Today our school is taking a stand together for the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. Around two million students from 4575 Australian schools stand united to send a powerful message that bullying and violence are never okay. Students will be participating in a variety of activities related to developing good social relationships, bullying and cyberbullying. Yesterday our year 5 and 6 students participated in an online virtual classroom where they were asked to imagine a future free from cyber bullying and what they can do towards achieving this. Don’t forget to book for our CyberSafety Parent Forum with Susan Mclean on Thursday 26th April. Susan is a very knowledgeable and engaging speaker who will address what it is like growing up online and what are kids are actually doing online.