354 Wright Rd, Para Vista SA 5093, Australia

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November 18, 2019

On Monday, our Year 5 Artists experimented with depth and tone using charcoal to sketch some images of animals. We have a bunch of talented artists in Year 5! "Let every created thing give praise to the Lord." Psalm 148:5

November 14, 2019

Chess Club has now concluded for 2019. Several of us will travel to Tyndale Christian School for the term's Interschool Tournament next Monday.

Last night we had our last meeting for the year and Zander won our in-house Term 3 tournament! Well done, Zander. We said fare...

September 9, 2019

Last Friday, as part of our ‘Taking Care of Me’ unit in Health, 1C went for a tour of the Adelaide City MFS Station. We were reminded of what to do in a fire and got to practice how to ‘Stop, Cover, Drop and Roll’ and ‘Get down low and Go Go Go!’.

Some of the highlights...

September 9, 2019

On Friday the 30th of August, both Year 5 classes spent the day at the Adelaide Zoo investigating ways that animals have been created to suit their habitat. The weather was wonderful and the students enjoyed looking at all the different animals who were also enjoying t...

August 29, 2019

August 29, 2019

The garden is coming along beautifully. The plots are in place, and look sturdy and strong. They are currently getting filled, ready for planting when spring time comes around. A big thank you to David Wolfe for his hard work in creating and constructing our veggie gar...

August 1, 2019

On Saturday morning at 10 am, at the Para Vista SDA church, 40 very excited choir members presented their musical ‘Spend awhile on the Nile’ for the first time. After months of practice they were given the opportunity to share the story of Joseph, Moses and Abraham thr...

July 4, 2019

Last Friday, the Year 1 Students had the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of history and schools of long ago, by visiting the Uleybury School Museum.

This one teacher school was built in 1856. It was later restored and became a museum in 1971. Mr Phillip Squire, t...

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