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The School Board will be holding their next meeting on Monday February 18th at 3:15pm in Room 12.
The next P & C meeting (AGM) will be held on Wednesday February 20th at 8.45 am in the breakfast club room. We publish meeting dates on term planners and put reminders in the newsletter as all parents/carers and friends are welcome. Please come along and learn what this body does for your children and the school and how you can become involved.
As part of Clean Up Australia Day, Spearwood Primary School will be participating in Schools Clean Up Day on Friday March 1st.
The next whole school news assembly will be held on Friday 1st March. Join us as our hosts addresses the school. Parents/Carers and friends are always welcome to watch, please be seated by 9am in the new undercover area.
Classes will participate in “Food Sensations” an exploration of food and nutrition including a cooking session and shared lunch. Presented by Food Bank WA.
P&C training will take place at Spearwood PS on Thursday 13th March at 9.30am – 12.00pm. This training is conducted by WACSSO and outlines roles and responsibilities of P&C associations and their members. All parents and interested community members are welcome to attend.
The next whole school assembly will be held on Friday March 15th. Join us as our hosts address the school. Parents/Carers and friends are always welcome to watch, please be seated by 9am in the new undercover area.
The Grounds Committee will be holding their next meeting on Monday the 18th of March at 1:45pm.
Following on from the success of the Soccer and Basketball clinics in 2018, Spearwood PS will participate in 4 Cricket coaching clinics and receive updated cricket equipment thanks to the Sporting Schools Grant for Term 1. Students from Pre-Primary to Year 6 will participate in cricket skill sessions on Mondays starting February 18th. Thanks to Cricket Australia for providing an expert coach.
On March 18 Years 4-6 students will participate in the Woodside STEM Primary Program. They will make their own edible reservoir and test it for oil and gas using seismic survey, drilling techniques and data analysis. For more information click here