Linden Park Primary School aims to develop resilient, innovative, curious and creative lifelong learners who appreciate diversity and who will ultimately make a difference through their actions.

 

Early Years Sports Day

On Wednesday 8th November 2017 the Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 students participated in the annual Early Years Sports Day. The themes for this year were Fun, Fitness, Teamwork and Participation. Through a variety of events reflecting these themes, the students did an outstanding job of demonstrating what they had learned during their PE lessons. Some of these events included Cheer, Gymnastics, Chicken Throw, 3 Legged Races, Ladder Maze and Sprints.  The program was structured to cater for our large numbers and we would like to give a sincere thank you to the fantastic Year 7 students, staff and parent volunteers who assisted throughout the day. Their contributions played a great part in making the day a success.

A special mention must also go to Simply Fresh on Kensington Road, Erindale for their generous donation of fruit that the students thoroughly enjoyed.

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Yr3-7 Twilight Sports Day

On Thursday 9th November Year 3-7 students participated in the first Primary Twilight School Sports day.  I would like to thank all children who competed with such enthusiasm and sportsmanship. The Staff student relay was again outstanding this year with one of the student teams coming out the winners, but some fine performances by staff who came a very close second!!

In order for the day to run smoothly there are many people and groups that need to be acknowledged.

We would like to thank

  • the AFL, Mitre 10 and Little Athletics for lending us marquees and all the parents who helped erect them.
  • The Community and Fundraising Committee for organizing the Hot dogs , cooking the BBQ ,sourcing fruit donations from Simply Fresh at Erindale and selling other food and drinks.
  • Thankyou to the Sports Committee for spending the afternoon  cutting up fruit and helping with marquees.
  •  Chris Morrison (ex Linden Park parent ) for again volunteering to run the soccer station for the morning
  •  Enzo who spent countless hours helping me prepare the grounds. 

 The final results for the day were as follows:

Davenport   497 
Waite            413
Gleeson        421
Cleland         394

Well done Davenport!

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Love for Lachie

The SRC (Student Representative Council) have organised for students to be able to dress up in their favourite sports clothes on Wednesday 22 November for a gold coin donation. 

All money raised will go to “Love for Lachie” Foundation which helps raise awareness for children with brain cancer. 

This fundraiser is in memory of David Muldoon’s nephew Lachie who died 2 years ago from brain cancer. 

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