Final Tally from the Drought Relief Fundraiser Event
The total amount raised for the Year 6 led fundraising event towards the drought relief appeal was $1,546.00. The Year 6 students raised this amount over a period of two weeks through donations, guessing competitions and a special ‘farm style’ lunch.
For fun, we had a year level colouring competition and lucky dips at the ‘farm style’ parade. The Year 6 students led well and with a high sense of involvement and purpose. The funds will be sent to Rural Aid which is the organisation responsible for directing the funds to the drought relief appeal.
The generosity of our families is ever present and always very much appreciated.
Salvation Army Christmas Appeal
We invite all families to join with the Barbreck community in donating to the 2018 Salvation Army Christmas Appeal. Donations can be brought to Barbreck from Monday 1 December. Types of donations include:
- Unwrapped toys/gifts for boys/girls (new items only)
- Tins of perishable food
- Gift cards
- No soft toys by request please
A number of parents will transport all gifts and donations to a Salvation Army collection point and we appreciate this offer indeed. We thank families in advance for assisting in this needy cause.
Barbreck Music Concert
We are looking forward to the Annual Barbreck Music Concert to be held on Thursday 29 November at 6.00pm in the Dorothy Pizzey Centre. All audience members and students are asked to arrive by 5.45pm in order to be seated for a prompt 6.00pm commencement. Summer uniform is to be worn by all students and they are all requested to take pride in their performance appearance with well groomed hair, ribbons and polished shoes.
We look forward to a wonderful evening of music and a showcase of the many talents and skills evident in the Junior School. All year levels will perform and we will all watch with pride.
Mrs Alana Moor, Head of ELC and Barbreck
STEM in Action
Last week our Year 4 students excitedly took home their bags that they have been making in STEM as part of their materials unit. As you can see from their faces, they are exceptionally proud of their work and the learning that went with it. I wanted to take a moment to thank all of those that donated fabric to this experience. The girls have enjoyed finding out the stories behind each piece, from leftover quilting fabric to donated old shirts. It has truly added to the experience, and each bag is unique.
Thank you for your generosity.
Miss Alyssa Flint, Barbreck STEM Teacher