Chilwell Primary School No. 2061 “Learning for Life” Gavan Welsh - Principal 313a Pakington Street, Newtown, 3220. Telephone: (03) 5221 2738 Fax: (03) 5221 8191 Office Hours: 8.30 am. to 4.30 pm. Admin Email: [email protected] Web site: www.chilwellps.vic.edu.au School Council Email: [email protected] Facebook: www.facebook.com/ChilwellFoodFair Out of School Hours Child Care Program Coordinator (0417 014 973) NEWSLETTER No.8 – 24TH MARCH 2015 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Wed Thurs Fri Apr 5 Sun TERM 2 Apr 13 Mon Apr 17 Fri Apr 25 Sat Apr 29-May 1 May 5 Tues May 6 Wed May 10 Sun May 11 Mon May 18-22 May 21 Jun 1 Jun 19 Jun 24 Sept 15 Nov 2-4 Thurs Mon Fri Wed Tues Food Fair Debrief Meeting 7pm. Hot Cross Buns distributed Junior Cross Country 9.30am. on school oval End term 1. Lunch @ 1pm. Assembly @ 2pm. DISMISSAL 2.30PM. Daylight Savings ends – clocks back an hour Term 2 commences District Cross Country, Fyansford Common ANZAC DAY Gr.5 Maldon Camp (advance notice) Grs.3-6 Chilwell Athletics – Landy Field Network Meeting - Gavan Mother’s Day (brekky in bed for Mum) Council Meeting 7pm. Education Week 2016 Prep Enrolment Week REPORT WRITING DAY – PUPIL FREE School Photos Mid-Year Reports home 3-way Interviews (Teachers, Parents, Students) Concert (advance notice) Gr.4 Lady Northcote Camp. (advance notice) Enjoy the holidays! Dear Families, Food Fair. What a great night for all!!! The weather was kind and the enjoyment was obvious. One of the terrific aspects for me was the opportunity to catch up on many ex Chilwell parents. Over the next few newsletters I will acknowledge many of the supporters we had for the night. Firstly, I need to thank and acknowledge firms/parents who have left Chilwell, as their children have left for secondary education, who still support our school and it's children. Brian Digby - who loaned us the cafe marquee and fencing/ counter for the Wine Tent. Mark Blunt, Greg Chadwick and Tim Forshaw who played in the "Dadbeats" Imogen Brough who again entertained us on stage. Michael Smith who set up all the electrical for the Fair. Craig Hosking who supplied all the chicken needed for the BBQ stall. Graeme Landy loaned us electrical stands. Geoff from Great Ocean Road Real Estate and Connect Financial Services who donated a van and fuel for pick-ups and deliveries. Steampocket Cafe: Cam and our barista, Gilmore. We also need to acknowledge the fantastic job undertaken by the Managers for each stall. Thank you to: Ian Royce, Alastair Mulroyan, Jodie Reid, Kylie Whitcher, Anna Spurling, Yoko Dunlop, Clare Dowling, Elissa Sullivan, Bec Keenan, Georgie Ross, Sue Di Sciascio, Melissa & Peter Temple, Jacqui Parks, Meg Gilby, Fiona Chomley, Deb Fisher, Heather Alexander, the Eggins, Ridley & Allen families. The list of people to thank is enormous but at the risk of forgetting someone could I thank the following: - Stall managers and rostered parents. - Howard Philpott who led the group as Fair Manager - Volunteers who assisted with the set up on Thursday and Friday and to the group who gave up part of Saturday to re-establish our school. - Sponsors who so generously supported our endeavours. - Susie Ward for her efforts with sponsors. - Nadia, Cindy and Jane who acted as the go to for stalls. - Bill and Louise who took on the wine tent. - Silent Auction organisers (Anna & Kelly & donation volunteer helpers) who organised a most successful Silent Auction. - Jodie Bliss Real Estate – our Platinium Sponsor - Yoori for her work in entertainment. - Greg Bliss who acted as our MC. - Cameron Thiele who was our auctioneer. - Alastair, Simon & Mike who picked up and returned lights. - The children and staff who were so flexible and adaptable. The numerous businesses who supplied donations. Our office staff who supported all aspects. Chloe & the OOSHC team for organising the relocation of Out of School Hours Care A final Food Fair Flyer will be published on Thursday. If you wish to have an article included please have it at the office by 9am. or email item to [email protected] The final figure will not be known for a little while but it will be approximately $48,000. The obvious challenge for next year is to have just as enjoyable a night and also crack $50,000!!!!!!! Food Fair Debrief: This is scheduled for this TOMORROW NIGHT, Wednesday, 25th March at 7pm. This is an opportunity to review and refine the 2015 Fair. If you are unable to attend please send any suggestions to [email protected] Lightning Premiership: The Year 5/6s missed the opportunity to watch the Food Fair take shape in order to represent our school at the Summer Lightning Premiership. As always their behaviour and sportsmanship was on display and as always they did not let us down!! Painters: Oooops!! Last week I thanked our painting crew who did a great job of painting our new deck. Great job, BUT I forgot to add Cate Paton to our Picasso's. Thanks Cate! Out of School Hours Care: As we are approaching the end of term it is time to make sure that all accounts are back to zero. This zero balance is a requirement for using the service. Could I also thank those families who have continued to have their balances in the positive, this is our preference and it is pleasing to see so many in the positive. Planning Week: This week, as usual, we are having a Planning Week. During this week staff are released from the class to plan the curriculum for term 2. The class is covered by our Specialist teachers (Visual Art, Physical Education, Technology, Library Italian or a relief teacher) this time ensures a planned and targeted curriculum delivery next term. Relief Teachers: At Chilwell the most valuable teaching time is when the class teacher and students are together, however staff, like all of us, get sick or need to care for loved ones. At these times we employ teachers on a casual basis. We attempt to employ the same relief teachers all the time in the same class, however this is not always possible. These teachers know our school, children, routines and expectations. At our school we are fortunate to have very skilled and talented relief staff. End of Term: What a busy but very fruitful term we have had: Congratulations and thank you to all for the work with The Food Fair. Settling all children into the school routine. This is especially relevant to families of our Prep children. Cross country for both the senior and junior grades. Parent teacher interviews. Introduction of new families to Chilwell. Various excursions and walks which enhanced our curriculum delivery. School Council elections. Prep Open sessions. School camps for Year 6 And many more activities and challenges that I cannot think of at the moment! Congratulations and thank you to all for the work, commitment and support we give to each other. The strength of this school is many in number but the support is at the centre of that strength. Friday: As always Friday will conclude with a final assembly outside, weather permitting, or inside the Multi-Purpose Room. The assembly will begin at 2pm. and dismissal will be at 2.30 pm. Please be aware that if you are crossing Pakington Street to attend assembly that the crossing is not supervised until 2.30pm. Sunsmart: The school policy is to continue the wearing of the school hats until the end of April. This is in line with Anti-Cancer guidelines. The potential for damage to skin etc. continues until this time. Please pack the hats in bags ready for the first day of term 2 asap. Birthdays. Happy birthday to the following students who celebrate their birthdays over the next couple of weeks. Thurs 26th Mar Max B Ruby W th Fri 27 Mar Sophie E Charli K th Sat 28 Mar Eliza V Anthony F th Mon 30 Mar Camille H st Tues 31 Mar Darcy L Wed 1st Apr Lou B 0KW 3JC 1AE 1AE 1RP 5ML 0OD 5SJ 1WH Sat 4th Apr Fri 3rd Apr 0KW Wed 15th Apr Violet M Mon 6th Apr Wed 8th Apr Sat 11th Apr Mon 13th Apr Tues 14th Apr Regards, Gavan Welsh, Principal Amber Q Angelle T Joshua L 2JS 5SJ 3KH Violet G Talia K Tahlia K Benjamin C Ryan H Cooper H Ashlynn W 1RP 2JS 3JC 5SJ 3JC 5SJ 6PD Junior Cross Country The children in Grades Prep, One and Two will be participating in a Junior Cross Country on Friday, March 27th. The Cross Country will commence at 9.30 am and will be held on the school oval. The children will be required to wear their house colours. Parents are welcome to come and watch however we will not require any parent helpers. The Grade 6 House Captains and Grade 4s are involved in organising this activity for us. The focus of this activity is enjoyment and participation. This should be a lot of fun and we are looking forward to this event. Regards - Prep, Grade One and Two Teachers Canteen news……. Orders must be into the office by 3.30 pm. Thursday – no late orders will be accepted. Lunch will be provided on Friday. Lunch options are as follows : OPTION 1 Chicken or Ham & cheese roll, apple, chips, truffle. OPTION 2 Vegemite roll, apple, chips, chocolate crackle OPTION 3 Egg & lettuce roll, apple, chips, apple & sultana muffin Each option $5.00 Canteen Roster – Fridays – 1.00-1.30 pm. 27 March Jacqui Parks Penny Whitehead Please try to arrange a swap if you cannot attend on the day rostered & let office know of swap. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Canteen Helper – Fridays 1.00-1.30pm. Name ________________________________________ Ph.________________ Dates NOT available _____________________________________________ 2015 Schools Writing Competition Entries close Sunday March 29, 2015. Sarah Jeffreys (Literacy Co-Ordinator) Chilwell Cross Country 2105 Last Thursday week the Barwon Valley Fun Park was transformed with students from grades 3-6 competing in the Chilwell House Cross Country. There was chanting, students dressed in red, yellow, blue or green, parents and friends cheering and supporting and some sizzling times were recorded. The weather was kind, our House Captains showed terrific leadership and our students were wonderful. Everybody competed to the best of their ability and can be very proud of their efforts. All students who competed were awarded points for their House. In the end the results were : Balyang fourth with 151 points Bareena third with 155 points Marnock second with 158 and Riversdale winning with a final score of 225. Special thanks to the parents and staff who helped out on the day. Your support in; marshalling, timing, scoring, officiating, taking photos and administering first aid for our runners was fantastic. Particular thanks must go to the parents and staff who were spread along the course. The encouragement and support provided by them to the students whilst running is of vital importance. It ensures that we have constant visual contact with the students and the moral support they provide is invaluable. Without this assistance sporting events of this nature would not be able to occur. The District Cross Country team has been selected and is based upon times from our House Cross Country Event. The first eight students in the 10, 11 and 12/13 year old age groups will proceed to this event, however if a student in the 9 year-old age group has a faster time than a student in the 10 year old age group, that student will take that spot. The date for this event will be held on Friday the 17th of April at Fyansford Common. If your child is unable to compete on this date, can you please let me know A.S.A.P, so that we are able to enter a full team. The team will be given all details shortly. Regards, Peter Blackall District Cross Country Team 2105 Congratulations to the following students. Girls 10 Years Mia Kemp, Hannah Phung, Chloe O'Brien, Georgia Phung, Eden Nadorp-Goddard, Daisy Bain, Phoebe Knight, Daisy Bain & Tegan Line Boys 10 Years Kane Reid, Michael Rudd, Ted Bain, Jack Jelenko, Lachlan Bliss, Xavier Lindsay, Noah Pitout, Seb Dell’Oro Girls 11 Years Bella Marles, Anna Ward, Charla Kurul, Greta Thiele, Holly Andrews-Stacey, Eliza Thiele, Piper Mensch & Lykeira Shannon Boys 11 Years Archie Bain, Sam Condie , Harry Porte, Seb Alvarez De Toledo, Calum Dell'Oro, Tom Ross, Will Rixon & Darcy Lane Girls 12/13 Years Alice Young, Ella Hill, Annie Lee, Sophie Budge , Maggie Gilby, Missy Braley, Ashton Dunn & Anneliese Walsh Boys 12/13 Years George Chomley, Arvin Sadeghinad, Liam Wylie, Thomas O'Brien, Declan Mackie, Aidan Stynes, Max Temple & Jack Linguey Parent Contribution. A reminder to parents that this payment was due Friday 27th February. Thank you to the families who have already paid this. Food Fair Kids Raffle Three great prizes! Sports pack Groovy Girls Pack Boys Pack Tickets for the Kids Raffle will be on sale at lunchtime this week. Kids raffle tickets @ 50c each or 3 for $1.00 Drawn: At end of term assembly on Friday 27th March at 2pm. Raffle tickets for the Easter chocolate hamper are still on sale. $1.00 each or 3 or $2.00. Tickets at the office. Will be drawn at the assembly on Friday Some Silent Auction items are still available. Contact the office if you are interested in any of the items – “first in / best dressed”. Item Health Balance Initial Acupuncture consultation & 2 consultations Health Balance Initial osteopathic Consultation Club Exec 1 month membership Contours Female Gym 1 month membership Clifton Springs Golf Club Meal Voucher Surf World Museum Family Pass – 2 adults/2 kids Collections for Women White Soludos espadrille size 36 Private Fashion Style Edit Workshop for 12 people, champagne & nibbles at The Ark Collections for Women Bensimon Canvas Trainers size 37 white EBOX laptop bag (15.6”) + Logitech Webcam C1290 Ouch Clothing Pack Boys Size 0 (hoodie, tee & pants) Ouch clothing Pack Boys Size 3 (sweat, shirt, tee & pants) Tran PCD International laptop computer bag Dentalspa Geelong Voucher for custom-made Sports Mouth Guard Value $235.00 $85.00 $79.00 $50.00 $25.00 $69.00 $300.00 $70.00 $50.00 $120.00 $170.00 $30.00 $195.00 Lost Property Lost property is located on the shelves outside the Reading Recovery room, which is in the Junior wing. Please ensure all school items (jumpers, hats, lunch boxes and drink bottles) are clearly labelled. Easter Eggs….last chance to donate an egg. Wednesday morning is the last chance to donate an Easter Egg to the Meals on Wheels. Children may like to attach their name and address to the egg they’re donating as recipients often like to reply to the sender. Thank-you for your support - Jan McLaren & the Social Service Committee Buy Now $80.00 $50.00 $20.00 $20.00 $100.00 $10.00 $10.00 $30.00 $10.00 $50.00 Junior School Assembly - Star of The Week Congratulations to the following students for receiving the Star of The Week Award during our Junior School Assembly: Samet Cilingir, Lou Baulch, Audrey Dickens, Lucas Hayes, Lucinda Colquhoun, Nic Robinson, Imogen Wells, Quinn O’Gorman. Junior School Star of the Week Congratulations to our Super Stars of the Week. Certificates are awarded during the fortnightly Junior School Assembly. Well done to……. Jack Troeth, Tommy Linguey, Aron Pitout, Sonny Dolman, James Whitehead, Lucy Borthwick, Andrew McColl, Maya Henrion Art Matters…….As part of our Anzac Day celebrations we are asking interested families if they would like to create a knitted poppy over the holidays to then create an installation for next term. Knitting kits will be available from the office on Friday for anyone who is keen or see Deb in Art Room for further details. The Basket Weaving Group has nearly finished their fantastic baskets and we have head a great time learning a new skill. Well done to Ella H, Sophia M, Anna C, Louis P, Calum D and Charlotte N for giving dedicating their lunchtimes and having a go. - Deb F, Visual Arts The Victorian Cultural Diversity Art Prize On Sunday 22nd March Monty Wojcinski from Prep and I were lucky enough to be Finalists in the 2015 Cultural Diversity Primary School Art Competition. It was at Federation Square as part of the Viva Festival and there were thousands of people there to celebrate Victoria’s multiculturalism. We had an award ceremony with the Minister and Monty and I were both in the top 6 for our age group in the state. There were lots of photos and fantastic food from around the world. - Jono Fisher 6SW Hot Cross Buns – will be delivered tomorrow – THURSDAY 26TH MARCH. Thank you to all families who supported the Grade 6 fundraising effort. Food Fair Debrief Meeting WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH @ 7PM. in the Staffroom. All Committee, Stall Managers & interested parents welcome. It would be appreciated if Stall Managers could complete and return the Food Fair folders at the Debrief Meeting. We ask managers etc. to jot down some notes/ideas of reflection or future suggestions. If unable to attend a written comment/evaluation may be sent. Community News. 1. ST ROBERT’S AUSKICK 2015 will commence on Saturday 2 May 2015 at 9am at St Roberts Oval, 13 Nicholas St, Newtown. To register for Auskick go to: aflauskick.com.au and type in St Roberts. Enquiries to Ben Williamson 0401 513 556 or David Cook 0403 428 114 or email [email protected] 2. Chalk the Walk – Sunday 29 March 10am.-2pm. Ritchie Boulevard, Eastern Beach Geelong. Buy a “space” on Ritchie Boulevard & send a message to the children at the Royal Children’s Hospital. $10 per space – chalk provided. Register on the day. For more info visit www.geelongaustralia.com.au 3. Geelong Cats Festival & Season Launch – Friday 27 March. Kick off the school holidays down at Kardinia Park 3-9pm. Market stalls, food trucks, live entertainment free. Season launch Simonds Stadium including 2015 Team presentation. Matthew Scarlett Legend Induction. $12 members, $15 General Public. Kids $5 – under 6 free. 6pm. 4. Geelong Supercats Super Camps. Camp Dates. Bannockburn – Monday 30 March. Geelong (Tues 31 March-Thurs 2 April). Ocean Grove (Tues 7 April). Torquay (Wed 8-Fri 10 April). Cost $120 for 3 day special or $50 p/day. Suitable for 5-12 yo. For more info visit www.supercats.com.au or ph.5277 1388. 2016 Prep Enrolment Week Monday 18th May-Friday 22nd May 2015 Interested prospective Prep parents are welcome to visit and see Chilwell in action at any time. However, during Enrolment Week we have organised an informational tour program. DAY SESSIONS: Tuesday, 19th May 9.30-10.30 am. Tour Thursday, 21st May 2.30-3.30 pm. Tour EVENING SESSION: TUESDAY, 19th May 7.00-8.00 p.m. Venue – Prep Rooms (follow the signs) The assembly point for these tours is the foyer. Entry is via the front door facing Pakington Street. Mr Gavan Welsh, the School Principal accompanied by some of our senior students, will conduct the tour. Mr Gavan Welsh and the Prep teachers will explain the Prep programs and procedures. The session will be followed by Question Time. You are then welcome to stay and join us for supper. Eligibility for school: Children are eligible for enrolment if they turn five (5) years of age on or before 30th April 2016. At Chilwell, we will accept enrolments at any time during the remainder of the year if places are available. To assist with planning for 2016 (particularly grade and staffing arrangements) we ask that parents wishing to enrol their child call into the school between 9.00 am. and 4.00 pm. during Enrolment Week. We require proof of age (eg. copy of Extract of Birth Certificate) for your child and a completed Immunisation Certificate (available from the City of Greater Geelong Offices or Medicare website). ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Year 2016 Enrolment. Return only if this affects your family. Family Name _____________________________________________ 1. We will not be at Chilwell in 2016. 2. Sibling enrolling in 2016. Child’s Name _____________________ Name of Pre-School/Kinder ______________________________________________________ Chilwell Primary School UNIFORM ORDER FORM @ 1/2/2014 Child's Name:……………………...………..……………………………………………………Date:…../…../….. Grade:…………………… Phone:……………………………………………… Price Size Quantity Polo Shirt – Short Sleeve (Royal Blue with White Collar) Child - size 6 to 16 $ 26.00 Adult - size 16 to 26 $ 30.00 Polo Shirt – Long Sleeve (Royal Blue with White Collar) Child - size 6 to 16 $ 28.00 Adult - size 16 to 26 $ 33.00 Crew Neck Windcheater (Royal Blue - Round Neck) Child - size 6 to 16 $ 27.00 Adult - size 12 to 26 $ 36.00 Rugby Top (Striped with Piping & White Collar) Child - size 6 to 16 $ 50.00 Adult - size 16 to 26 $ 57.00 Polar Fleece Vest (Navy Blue) Child – size 6 to 16 $ 38.00 Adult – size 14 to 20 $ 38.00 Track Pants (Navy Blue with Pockets & Double Knee) Child – size 6 to 16 $ 22.00 Adults $ 28.00 Track Pants (Navy Blue - Boot Leg) Child – size 6 to 16 $ 27.00 Adults – size 14 to 26 $ 34.00 Shorts (Navy Blue - Twill) Child - size 6 to 16 $ 26.00 Adults - size 14 to 26 $ 26.00 Shorts (Navy Blue - Rugby Knit Unisex) Size 6 to 26 $ 21.00 Hats - (Navy Blue Wide Brimmed + Logo) Compulsory - Sunsmart Policy Size: Small - Medium - Large $ 11.00 Reader Bag - (Compulsory for Preps) $ 10.00 School Bag - Back Pack $ 43.00 TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: (Circle) Lay-by Cheque Cash Make cheques payable to: "Chilwell Primary School" PAYMENT WITH ORDERS IS PREFERRED Amount $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Eftpos 1. Navy Cords and Girls blue & white check dresses can be purchased from retail outlets. 2. Parents are encouraged to donate second hand uniforms to the Uniform Shop. 3. A kilt order is issued early in Term 1 - samples will be at the office. Summer Lightning Premiership Report - Softball & Kanga Cricket Sport & Team: Report: Result Completed By: Kanga Cricket Boys A Lightning prem is where you play Softball and kanga cricket and the A team played the best and it come on top every match. Smashing the ball all over the park, taking great catches hitting the stumps for run outs. The first game we played against Fyans Park B. We batted first and Max made a fifty, smashing every ball for 6 and 12. We easily won. Then we played Fyans Park A we were playing that well but we still won by 43 runs. Then we played our third match and dominated. Lachlan hit 3 twelves in a row and gave Tino two exciting crowd catches. We won by 123 runs. Then it was the big match, the Grand Final against Hamlyn Banks C. It was like every match playing our best and going to the next round! We won all our four matches. We won the Grand Final 169-81!! Lachlan Grigg 6SW Kanga Cricket Boys B Lightning Prem is an event where schools compete in different sports. We were the Boys Cricket B team and we had good roster, but we were unlucky with the teams we were versing. We were up against Chilwell D team and we won, but that was the only win we had because later on we played to Herne Hill A and Fyans Park A and we lost both of those games. We didn’t make it to the finals, but at least we got a win! 1 win, and 2 losses. We lost our second game by a mere 3 runs! Arvin Sadeghinad 6PD Kanga Cricket Boys C This day would be will be a great day to compete against other schools and make new friends. As I take my few steps on the oval for our first game I see the other team making a plan to win the game. We flip the coin. Chilwell won so we went and fielded first. Chilwell were victorious and at the end of the day we won 2/3 of our games. Won 2 and lost 1 game to the eventual Grand Finalists Will Swan 5SJ Kanga Cricket Mixed D On the 20th of March the mixed D went to play cricket at Stead park. Everyone had a great day but in the end we won 1 of 3. Our whole team put in a lot of effort and good sportsmanship to lay the day out how it was. Go Chilwell! We had a great day we won 1 of 3. Unfortunately we didn't get into the final. Oscar Jarman 5SJ Kanga Cricket Girls A The 20th March had finally come,we all got on the bus and drove to Stead Park. Everyone was excited and ready to play. We had just arrived at our first game and we were full of nerves. Once we got on the field were smashing them! Bella Mills was a legend in the second game because she caught 2 ball! well since we had won all our games so far we were all pumped up and ready to go. In the last games that we also won we vs Herne Hill and that was a great game. we made the final with Fyans Park and won that game as well! we all did a outstanding job and had a great day! We won all of our games and got into the finals which we also won, 33-29! Caitlin Boode 6PD Softball Boys A On Friday the 20th of March all the Year 5 and 6 went to Stead Park to play softball or kanga cricket. I was in the softball boys A team. Our first game was against Manifold Heights B team. It was a really fun game and we won by a lot. The next game was a lot harder we versed Manifold Heights A team, At the end of the first innings it was a draw. In the second innings we did end up losing but we still had heaps of fun. After that we won the rest of our games and it was a good day. We played 5 games overall and won 4 and we came second overall. Liam Wylie 6SW Softball Boys B Friday the 20th of March we were off for the Summer Lightning Prem. It was a really sunny day as we sat down to listen to the rules some I didn’t even know but hey wasn’t that the reason he was telling us! The first match we lost but we still had a good hard try. After the game I was starving and so was everybody else. We won the next two but sadly enough we lost the one after that and the last one. We lost 3 games but we still came 4th. Hugo Temple 5SJ Softball Girls A The day had finally come to compete in the Summer Lightning Premiership. Our team was excited and ready to have a go! A few games had been done and we were on top. It came to our two last games when every run counted. Ella Hill hit a few home runs which won us both of the games. We all congratulated her with her great efforts! Overall we won all of our games with a smile and had a really fun day. The day was great, The softball girls A team had won 5/5 and won overall in the Girls Softball!! Maggie Gilby 6PD Softball Girls B Summer lightning Prem was finally here and we where ready to give our all. We first versed Fyans Park we lost then we played Herne Hill which we win next were Chilwell C team we lost then Herne Hill A we won then we lost against the Chilwell A team. We had a mixture of wins and loses but we played really well and enjoyed the day . The girls softball B team won 2 games and Lost 3 but we still came fourth overall Ashlynn Wood 6PD Softball Girls C The pressure was on as the C Team girls went head to head with Fyans Park. They‘re eyes scanned us over us with intimidation. It was our last match. We just had to win! Base by base Fyans Park sneaked as many as their greedy little team could! It didn’t seem fair, almost as if ‘sneaking’ shouldn’t be a rule, but it was so we accepted it. It was a competitive game but we tried our hardest. It was a very active day. We did lose against Fyans Park but it was a great opportunity for everyone. Overall Chilwell P.S C girls came 4th. By Lily Bowlen 5SJ Chilwell P.S. Outside School Hours Care Term 1 – March 2015 To book or cancel care please call Chloe/Cheryl on 0417 014 973 Wednesday 25th Mar Making Easter Baskets Thursday 26th Mar Writing Easter Cards th Friday 27 Mar Easter Egg Hunt EFTPOS facility is available – for payments over $10.00. Form available at the office or from the OSHC. With the term coming to a close, all accounts should be finalised and must be $0 or in credit by Thursday 26th March otherwise placement of your child in term 2 will be suspended until the account is fully cleared. IMPORTANT!!! We encourage families to keep their account in credit. Just a reminder to all those who have a permanent after school booking. If unable to attend please cancel before 2.30pm. to assist staff and avoid session fee. Thanks – OOSHC Staff.
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