Just like that- Term 1 ends. It has been a busy term which has seen once again our wonderful students, staff and community rally together to overcome the many obstacles that have been trying to interrupt our learning programs.
I would like to say a huge thankyou to all of you for showing our school values of Resilience, Respect and Relationships during this term and working together to make sure we still had a very successful start to the year.
Reports will be coming home this week for all students. I encourage you to take the time to reflect on these together at home and celebrate your successes and perhaps identify areas that you could improve on for next term.
We will not be holding formal Parent/Teacher interviews this term, however as always, you are welcome to contact the school if you wish to discuss anything about your child’s learning further.
Our Year 12’s have essentially just finished a third of their learning for the year. While it is important for you to take a breather, relax a little and do something for yourself over the term break, it is also essential that you maintain your studies and don’t lose momentum for Term 2. I know it feels like a long way away now but the end of Term 3 will be here before you know it.
It was great to see all of our school student leaders inducted last week. The Prefects, SRC, Sports Captains, Music Captains and Bus Monitors, have already done lots of great work around the school and I am looking forward to working with this group of students to continue moving the school forward.
Next term we also look forward to opening up many different events again for students which have been postponed or cancelled recently. In Week 1 our Year 10 and 11 students will visit the Careers Expo at the Wayville Showgrounds where they will be able access information from over 120 organisations and employers to help them plan their future career paths.
I would like to wish everyone a Happy and safe Easter Holidays.