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PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE We have made it to our final newsletter for 2020 and what a year it has been! The impact of the devastating bushfires and the Covid pandemic on students, parents and teachers served to highlight how resilient and adaptable we can be when placed under pressure. Despite these obstacles, students worked extremely hard throughout the year. I would once again like to express my appreciation to the school community for their support during this difficult time. It has been very frustrating to watch the school year pass without having major sporting and cultural events take place, going on excursions, enjoying visiting performances, participating in the Anzac march or having helpers and visitors on our school grounds. I hope we are able to return to a “more normal” school life in 2021. Our annual Presentation Day will be held this Friday. It will also be impacted by departmental Covid restrictions. Major award recipients and 2021 school leaders will be announced and a note will be sent home to inform you of the winners and the ceremonies will be recorded and posted on Skoolbag for you to view. I would like to wish our school community a happy and safe holiday break and a Merry Christmas. I look forward to 2021 with enthusiasm and optimism, hoping that the coming year is much less disrupted and less eventful for us all. Rita Pittman, Principal PBL FOCUS Using respectful language. DIARY DATES Date Event Fri 11 th Dec Presentation Day Mon 14 th Dec Stage Parties Wed 16 th Dec Last day of school Fri 29 th Jan First day of school 2021 MERIT CERTIFICATES Merit certificates were awarded as follows: Term 4: Week 7 Week 8 KL: Olivia Hook, Ramirez Makae KL: Holly Hulands, Alleeyah Pfister KM: KM: Tyler Honner-Berry, Orlando Symonds 1B: 1B: Aaliyah Gaul, Bella Crittenden 1Y: Lucy Saunders, Will Hack 1Y: Kaiden Edwards, Indiella Spriggs 2C: 2C: Emmie Smit, Finley Leaver 2M: Chloe Stimson, Mia Wheeler 2M: Axten Kirkman, Sophie Williams 3B: 3B: Summer Cooper, Milla Thompson 3J: Trey Clarke, Noah Godfrey 3J: 4B: Addison Reilly, Makaya Smith 4B: Mia O’Brien, Jarvis Greenaway 4P: 4P: 5/6C: Khianna Branch, Luke Hawksford 5/6C: Cooper McLane, Summer-Rose Hyde 5/6S: Lilly Eggins, Logan Cole 5/6S: Eva Greenaway, Layla Cooper 5/6W: 5/6W: Charles Hill, Bea Hawksford, Ben Lansdowne Wingham Public School BULLETIN Term 4 Week 9 9 th December 2020 157 Murray Road, Wingham Phone: 65534186 Fax: 65570162 Email: [email protected] Website: www.wingham-p.schools..nsw.edu.au Each day is a new day. We get out of it just what we put in. Anon
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Page 1: PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE PBL FOCUS

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

We have made it to our final newsletter for 2020 and what a year it has been! The impact of the devastating bushfires and the Covid pandemic on students, parents and teachers served to highlight how resilient and adaptable we can be when placed under pressure. Despite these obstacles, students worked extremely hard throughout the year. I would once again like to express my appreciation to the school community for their support during this difficult time. It has been very frustrating to watch the school year pass without having major sporting and cultural events take place, going on excursions, enjoying visiting performances, participating in the Anzac march or having helpers and visitors on our school grounds. I hope we are able to return to a “more normal” school life in 2021. Our annual Presentation Day will be held this Friday. It will also be impacted by departmental Covid restrictions. Major award recipients and 2021 school leaders will be announced and a note will be sent home to inform you of the winners and the ceremonies will be recorded and posted on Skoolbag for you to view. I would like to wish our school community a happy and safe holiday break and a Merry Christmas. I look forward to 2021 with enthusiasm and optimism, hoping that the coming year is much less disrupted and less eventful for us all. Rita Pittman, Principal

PBL FOCUS

Using respectful language.

DIARY DATES

Date Event Fri 11th Dec Presentation Day Mon 14th Dec Stage Parties Wed 16th Dec Last day of school Fri 29th Jan First day of school 2021

MERIT CERTIFICATES

Merit certificates were awarded as follows:

Term 4: Week 7 Week 8 KL: Olivia Hook,

Ramirez Makae KL: Holly Hulands,

Alleeyah Pfister KM: KM: Tyler Honner-Berry,

Orlando Symonds 1B: 1B: Aaliyah Gaul, Bella

Crittenden 1Y: Lucy Saunders,

Will Hack 1Y: Kaiden Edwards,

Indiella Spriggs 2C: 2C: Emmie Smit, Finley

Leaver 2M: Chloe Stimson,

Mia Wheeler 2M: Axten Kirkman,

Sophie Williams 3B: 3B: Summer Cooper,

Milla Thompson 3J: Trey Clarke, Noah

Godfrey 3J:

4B: Addison Reilly, Makaya Smith

4B: Mia O’Brien, Jarvis Greenaway

4P: 4P: 5/6C: Khianna Branch,

Luke Hawksford 5/6C: Cooper McLane,

Summer-Rose Hyde

5/6S: Lilly Eggins, Logan Cole

5/6S: Eva Greenaway, Layla Cooper

5/6W: 5/6W: Charles Hill, Bea Hawksford, Ben Lansdowne

Wingham Public School BULLETIN

Term 4 Week 9 9th December 2020 157 Murray Road, Wingham Phone: 65534186 Fax: 65570162

Email: [email protected] Website: www.wingham-p.schools..nsw.edu.au

Each day is a new day. We get out of it just what we put in. Anon

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TERM 4 WEEK 9 Wednesday 9th December 2020 1

ATHLETICS

Congratulations to our Athletics Champions for 2020.

CROSS COUNTRY

Well done to all students who received their place ribbons for the cross country event which was held earlier in the year.

CHILDREN’S UNIVERSITY

Congratulations to the Children’s University participants who were recently presented with awards. Students were awarded bronze, silver and gold level awards depending on the hours of learning they completed.

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TERM 4 WEEK 9 Wednesday 9th December 2020 1

YEAR 6 FAREWELL

The Year 6 graduation was held last night here in the school hall. It was a wonderful evening that included a great meal, class presentations and enthusiastic dancing. A big thankyou to Mrs Williams for coordinating the night, Mrs Greenaway and the canteen volunteers for a fantastic meal and the Wingham Public School teachers for giving their time to attend the night. A great time was had by all and it was a delightful way to farewell the Year 6 students of 2020.

LOST PROPERTY

We have an abundance of lost property held in the office. If you are missing any items, please have your student(s) pop into the front office. Any left over items that are not been collected will be donated.

CANTEEN

Thank you to all the volunteers for their help this year at the canteen, we couldn’t have done it without you all. Also, given the year we have had with Covid restrictions we would like to thank all the parents for supporting the canteen. Another huge thank you to everyone who helped with the Year 6 Farewell Dinner. We look forward to the New Year with great anticipation and a new canteen menu. Enjoy your Christmas and New Year from Deb and Kaye. Deb Greenaway, Canteen Manager Phone 65535030

PCYC SCHOOL HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES PCYC will host activity days from Monday 4th January for three weeks. Activities include outdoor ride/skate, gym skills, pickleball, creative, freeg camp, lego battle, kids yoga. Fore more information please visit Taree PCYC Facebook page.

TAREE CRAFT COTTAGE The wonder of toys exhibition will commence on Monday 4th January. Amazing displays of toys which entertained kids for the past 100 years including lego, trains, matchbox cars, tin toys etc. Free entry at Taree Craft Cottage 77 Pulteney Street, Taree.

VALLEY INDUSTRIES The Valley for Kids & Youth After School Program is available Monday to Friday 3-6pm for students participating in the NDIS scheme. For more information on all the activities available, please contact Sigourney O’Neill on 0418 449 157.