3-4 Woodhouse Camp 2018

Day One

On Monday 15th October, the Year 3/4’s boarded a bus and set off to the Woodhouse Activity Centre in the Adelaide Hills. It took us about 3 hours. When we arrived, we unpacked our bags and split into our teams known as the Kangaroos and Koalas. We then began our activities,...

UNISA Big Band Visit

The UNISA Big Band visited CYS on Friday August 31, to run an improvisation workshop with our music students and perform at the Barley Stacks winery. The twenty piece strong band setup in the Performing Arts Centre alongside the Concert Band students and we rehearsed a medley from the movie...


The Year 1/2W Class has been learning about fractions. They went outside on to the soccer pitch and made giant fractions to test their knowledge.

Yeti Hunt Update – Week 7

Important Dates

Just a reminder that we have two evening performances this year. The survey we conducted earlier this year indicated just two students would be unable to attend both nights.
Please let the school know as soon as possible if your child is unavailable for a performance...

Ag Block Appreciation Afternoon

We had a little get together down the Ag Block on Wednesday: an 'Appreciation Arvo' to thank everybody who has had any input into helping with the steers, goats , pigs , crops and chooks.
It was a chance for them to see the effort the students have put into the animals and to share their...

Father’s Day Breakfast

We had a fantastic turnout for our 2018 Fathers Day breakfast! Dads (and grandads) spent the first lesson joining in STEM activities in the classrooms, building bridges, gigantic towers and aluminium ships. Many tasks had a competitive side and dads rose to the challenge of floating the most...

Orienteering Camp

The Year 10s travelled to Mount Crawford last Thursday for their orienteering camp. Mr Jason Clifford and Kelly Whittaker went along for the ride, to drive and offer some guidance.

They arrived at the campsite when the rain had ceased for a moment and took that opportunity to set up their...

Winda the Owl

The class have also been reading 'Winda the Owl', a Narungga Dreaming story.

Students have developed their Narungga language skills through different learning activities including counting 1-10, greetings, animal and birds, playing card games, songs, making books and design and...

Incy Wincy Wargul

The R-2 class at the Point Pearce Campus really enjoyed performing 'Incy Wincy Wargul' at the opening of the NAIDOC Celebrations and certainly did themselves proud singing in front of so many people!

Healthy Picnic Day

Flinders University also invited us to the Health Picnic Day where...

Book Week Digital Fun

1/2 Westbrook had a lot of fun celebrating Book Week.

We designed our own gardens based on the shortlisted book 'Florette' by Anna Walker, completed book reviews about our favourites and wrote our own stories about famous book characters.

Our favourite activity was the book based treasure...