Expanded Everyday Maths Hub now available
18 May 2022
#MathsTrainsBrains Parents and carers can explore the importance of mathematical skills within the expanded Everyday Maths Hub. Partici...
The Golf Club is situated on the right hand side before you enter the village, just after the 60km speed sign into Nundle. There will be plenty of parking, fresh food, friendly faces and most importantly, a challenging cross-country course, which runs uphill and down amongst the beautiful Nundle Golf Course scenery. While in Nundle, why not spend time at our incredible variety of interesting shops and coffee/food outlets in our town. Nundle and Woolomin Public School P & Cs will be teaming up to provide a variety of hot and cold food, drinks, snacks and morning tea available at the course. Portable toilet facilities are available next to the golf clubhouse as well as toilet facilities in the Nundle Bowling Club. As the numbers for this event place a great deal of pressure on our plumbing, we encourage you to come into town, stretch your legs and use the public loos next to the recreation oval or the new toilet block next to the Fossick Rest caravan park. We look forward to seeing you in our great little town.
Our annual primary athletics carnival is an inspiring event. They participate in a variety of events. Students are to encourag their peers and displayed sportmanship, encouraging team mates to have a go and do their best.
Aussie Bush Camp is an outdoor education camp located at Tea Gardens on the Central Coast. Year 5 & 6 students will complete a number of physically and mentally challenging activities over 4 days. Students are encouraged to try new activities and work in teams. Previous groups have claimed this excursion to be an outstanding experience. Years 5 & 6 complete a senior program while in camp. I encourage you to allow your child to participate in this excursion. It is an excellent chance for your child to develop independence and social skills.
Stage 2 (Year 3 and 4) students will be participating in an excursion to the Lake Keepit Sport and Recreation Camp. This is an outdoor education centre which focuses on providing students with opportunities to experience activities they might not normally do, such as canoeing, rafting, archery, bushwalking, climbing wall and ropes courses. Your child’s participation in this excursion is highly recommended. It is an excellent opportunity for your child to develop independence and social skills.
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