Special Events

School Disco

Friday 16 November 2018

(Organised by the Immanuel Parents & Friends Group)

Under the Shelter
Junior Primary (strictly Foundation to Year 3 students)
6.00pm until 7pm

(Drop off between 5.45pm to 6pm & pick up from 7-7.15pm)
(Doors locked between 6.00pm until 7.00pm)

Upper Primary (strictly Year 4 to Year 7 students)
7.30pm until 8.45pm

(Drop off between 7.15-7.30pm and pick up from 8.45-9.00pm)
Doors locked between 7.30pm until 8.45pm

Tickets are $4 each and MUST be pre-purchased and MUST be worn on the night.   Tickets are in the form of a numbered wristband.   These will be sent out on Thursday 31 May. 

Snack bags will be available – one bag per student (included with ticket price)

THE VENUE WILL BE LOCKED DURING THE DISCO TIME
An information sheet is available at the front office, a copy will be sent out with the wristband.
Please return the form to the front office along with payment before Tuesday 13 November 2018.

Exhibition 2018

Senior Unit - Exhibition 

Wednesday 14 November 

Thursday 15 November 

See the flyer attached 

 Senior Unit Exhibition 14 & 15 November 2018.pdf

Valuing Safe Communities Training

Weds 31 October 2018

For parents who want to volunteer at Immanuel 
Session times  2.30pm  & 6.30pm  
In the staffroom  with Daryl

 (This training needs to be renewed every 3 years)

Please RSVP to Jenny in the office by Tuesday 30/10/18.  Thanks

Immanuel School SPORTS DAY 2018

Friday 13 April 9-1pm

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Para Para (Blue)  /  Clonlea (Red)  /  Martindale (Green)  /  Trevu (Yellow)

Parents/Caregivers and Grandparents are invited to join us for Sports Day. 
Students are to wear sports uniform (including school hat). 
You can add team coloured ribbons, socks, streamers and / or a t-shirt in the team colour. 

Remember your hat and apply sunblock in the morning.  

Students will need to bring recess and lunch and a water bottle.  For parents and visitors there will be a coffee van on site and muffins, fruit boxes and water for sale. 

Subway can be ordered for lunch.  Students, parents and visitors can order too. 
Subway order forms are available from the office or from the school’s website.
Please return your order by Wednesday 11th April. 

At the conclusion of Sports Day students will return to their class.
If Parents / Caregivers / Grandparents wish to take their child home, they will need to sign their child out from the class teacher. 

Program
9:10am          Devotion
9:30am          Championship Sprints
10:20am        Individual Events
11:40am        Team Games
12:40pm        Wrap up & winning team announced
12:50pm        Students back to class for lunch
Afternoon     Modified program for students with their teachers. 

 

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Sports Day Wrap Up

  • Weather was perfect for a sports day - lucky the rain held off till the afternoon. 
  • Coffee van sold 180 cups, this kept parents happy!  Carers Group sold all the muffins - they were yum!
  • No major injuries following the relay races for parents and teachers.  
  • Students had fun running, throwing, jumping and participating.

Clonlea (Red) were overall winners, followed by Trevu (Yellow), Martindale (Green)  and Para Para (Blue) 

Thanks to everyone for supporting this event. 

PARENTS AND FRIENDS GROUP (P&F) NEWS

Term 1 & 2 2018

Giant Chefs Toolbox Raffle $20 / ticket (only 250 tickets to sell)

  • Money raised to support the P&F group and Immanuel School.
  • Raffle drawn 15 June 2018

 
Winter 2018 Life In A Bag SA Campaign

  • Donations / bags welcome to be dropped into the office and then will be distributed to various organisations this winter  including Vinnie’s via Fred’s Van, The Northern Domestic Violence Centre & more!
  • This is the 3rd year our school has been collecting
  • Head to the LifeInABagSA Facebook page to share details with your friends. 
  • Thanks for helping  - Sam Platten & Emma Hughes – Immanuel School Mums  c/o P&F

LOUD SHIRT DAY

Wear a Loud coloured shirt on Monday 19 March and bring a gold coin donation to support the Cora Barclay Foundation. 

 

 

 Loud Shirt Day - Monday 19 March 2018.pdf

GAWLER ANZAC SERVICES

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Thank you Student Leaders (and parents) who attended
Gawler’s ANZAC MARCH On Sunday 22 April

and the
ANZAC DAY DAWN SERVICE
On Wednesday 25 April at 6.00am
 at Pioneer Park Gawler

We will remember them!

LACES FOR BRACES DAY

FRIDAY 8 JUNE 2018

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Last Friday 8 June we supported World Club Foot Awareness Day.    

Thanks to all the students and families who purchased the bright pink or blue shoelaces and wore them, and to those who purchased a cup cake for recess.

Special thanks to parent Shari Chambers for organising the fundraiser and for presenting at worship & praise a very moving story and video about her son Oscar (who is in year 4) who was born with Clubfoot and has undergone 9 operations.  

Over $500 was raised and will go to help the Physiotherapists AT the WCH support more children with club foot (as the government has withdrawn funding in this area). 

POLICE BAND

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Last Wednesday 6 June 2018 the Police Band came and performed to all our students.
Songs included “Ghost Busters” & “Shake it Off”

The Band said our school had a lovely vibe. 
The Kids were switched on listening when required, but let their hair down when they got a chance, too!”

 

 

MOVIE NIGHT - FLUBBER

Friday 17 August

· 6pm Sausage Sizzle, 6.30pm Movie starts

· Bring your pillows, deck chairs, blankets

· Popcorn, drinks, chocolates for sale

· Please pre-order via the flyer already sent home

· Thanks P&F and helpers for organising this

 

National Science Week 11-19 August

 

2018 theme is Game Changers and Change Makers.

This year our staff have been focusing on science in our professional learning and we are excited about doing something different during Science Week. 

Our Friday Electives over the next two weeks will have a science focus and classes will be taking part in science rotations and lots of other activities during Science Week. 

We are looking forward to some hands-on learning and experiments, and using some science inquiry skills.

Go to www.scienceweek.net.au to look at lots of Science Stuff. 

 

Lyndoch Road Wall

October 2018 update

The Wall:

You may have noticed that the front wall has been removed during the holidays. This has been a work in progress for over seven years and has involved a lot of consultation and process with our local town council. In April this year we received approval for its removal and over the last six months we’ve been working out some finer details, in consultation with our local town council. During the last couple of years we have had two engineers certify that the wall was beyond economic repair and was structurally unsafe.

 

The plan now is to redevelop this area over the next few months. This will involve some tasteful retaining at the eastern most end, hiding the rain water tanks that water the SAKG garden area. Then  in front of the old building we will have spear fencing, landscaping and up-lighting on the beautiful building that has previously been hidden. Either side of the front entrance there will again be some tasteful retaining (due to the services that are located in this area) and then the most western end will be open with spear fencing.

 

It’s been a long time in the process and we congratulate Jo McNair on her persistence and determination over a long period of time with this project.

 Lyndoch Road - New Fencing Oct 2018.pdf

National Book Week 18-24 August.

2018 theme is “Find your Treasure”

Each year, schools and public libraries across Australia spend a week celebrating books and Australian authors and illustrators.  Teachers and  librarians develop activities, offer competitions and tell stories relating to a theme to highlight the importance of reading

This is also a good time to remind students about the Premier’s Reading Challenge.  The challenge finishes on 7th September.  Keep reading and filling in those reading records

 

Gawler Library are coming onsite and hosting a Treasure Challenge with our           year 5 classes and a Treasure Storytime with our year 1’s and 2’s.

 

BOOK WEEK Dress Up day - Thursday 23 August

· Students can come to school dressed in their favourite book character. 
Each class will parade on the catwalk

· The parade will commence at 9.00am in Taikondi - parents and friends welcome to come and watch

· Please bring your sports uniform to change into if your costume is not comfortable for lessons or if you are part of the Auskick group on Thursday night

 

BOOK WEEK Pre-loved Book Sale - 3.25pm Thursday 23 August

· Bring in your preloved books (between Mon 20 to Weds 22 Aug) and donate to the Year 2 classes

· Book sale starts at 3.25pm in Taikondi.  Bring a bag and grab a bargain book or two.    Money raised will go to the “Make a Wish Foundation”

 

ADVENT EVENING @ Immanuel School

Sunday 9 December 2018 4.30pm to 7.30pm

Invitation extended from Gawler Lutheran Church to Immanuel School Gawler families

Shared tea followed with Music by Bel Thomson. 
Bel Thomson an award-winning Australian singer, songwriter and speaker.  Bel loves to share a message of encouragement through her inspiring songs and real-life stories of faith & hope.   Feeling Down - well just come along RELAX and be Inspired with Joy Hope & Love.”

https://www.facebook.com/events/327564617796532/

 

Archived News


STORY TIME

In the School Library

Returning soon!

 Story Time poster.pdf

RYTHYM KIDS

In the Music Room with Mr Hueppauff

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Each Monday morning pre-schoolers and their parents are invited to Rhythm Kids in room 5 from 9:30 to 10:30am.

All are welcome to come and join in a fun group session for children to learn about music and movement.

 Rhythm Kids poster.pdf

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