WOW! What an exciting week we have had so far! The North Wing Project has begun and there has been a lot of excitement and changes around the place. Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we make adjustments to some of our activities to accommodate this project to take place.
If you were to walk past the Covered Outdoor Learning Area during the school day, you would see a whirlwind of action. Our specialist PE teacher, Mr Campbell, takes each class for 45 minutes once a week to teach our students new skills and activities. We asked a collection of our students what they enjoyed the most about Specialist PE Classes and here are some responses… I am enjoying PE lessons with Mr Campbell. I like the game EndZone the most. - Ared 5A I really enjoy Mr C
On Thursday 28th February, our school was represented at the Adelaide North East SAPSASA Swimming Carnival. Our five competitors were Zander Lillehagen (Yr 4), Nischal Vadla (Yr 5), Nicholas Lindsay (Yr 5), Jaiden Friend (Yr 6) and Blake Lillehagen (Yr 7). The boys swam with enthusiasm, cheered one another on with gusto and gave our school a reputable name. As a small contingency amongst 12 competing schools, we finished 8th in the lineup, which is a great effort. We would li
This Friday is National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence here in Australia. To celebrate and remind us here at Prescott Primary Northern, we have had several activities going on in our classes this week. Poster Competitions, Poetry Competitions, Comic Competitions, Buddy Class activities, extra Gotcha Cards and over the next few days, Mr Harris is organising a very special art activity where every student in the school will get to leave their mark in support of Tak
On Wednesday the of 6th March, 2019, the fantastic Year 4 classes embarked upon an informative excursion to the Adelaide Art Gallery and Botanical Gardens. They were in pursuit of new understandings and experiences in how the Aboriginal people communicate through various art styles, and how the Aboriginal people have used and continue to use the land to its full capacity, as food, tools, shelter and much more. The students were led in guided tours, examining wonderful artwork