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.

 

LPPS FRINGE 2018

On Wednesday 28 November 2018, LPPS will host its first EOY Fringe event. The event will run from 5-7:30 p.m. and all members of the school community are welcome to attend.

Organised by the C&F Committee and run by numerous volunteers, the LPPS Fringe will have a range of activities and entertainment for people of all ages and backgrounds. Specifically, the event’s Art Gallery and performances will showcase the wonderful opportunities LPPS kids have in music and art. This aside, it will be a chance to celebrate our diversity in a creative and community oriented way.

Each classroom in the Early Years will be creating an Art Gallery. Families with children in Rec, Years 1 and 2 will go straight to EY classrooms at 5 p.m. to admire the galleries and “purchase” art from Art gallery as well as listening to the class sing a song or two. Art is available to pre-purchase on QKR for $10.

In terms of music, throughout the evening we will have performances from the Year 2 and Year 7 choirs on the gym steps. There will be dances from combined year 4 and 5, and year 6 groups. Year 3 will do an abridged version of the play, The Lorax inside the gym.

Aside from year group entertainment, there will be groups of 3-4 children busking around the school throughout the evening.

On the oval, there will be various stalls, including a cake stall, preserves stall and various games stalls, including face painting, lucky dip etc. Food can be pre-ordered via QKR with three choices; Sausage Sizzle, Chinese BBQ and Thai Food Stall.

Parent volunteers will be requested to help at stalls, sell raffle tickets and supervise children (eg. buskers). Julie Edwards has had a fabulous response from Year 7s to help with running of stalls etc. on the night.

All funds raised to go to the Building Fund to help support fundraising for the Covered Outdoor Learning Area

TO GET INVOLVED CONTACT KATE STOCK (0422746565) OR EM SIDWELL (0438803643)

Enrolment in 2018 / 2019

Next Available School Tour: 20th February 2019 9:15am – please register your attendance on dl.0647.enrolments@schools.sa.edu.au 

Please be aware, enrolments at Linden Park Primary School are in high demand and we are currently operating under a Capacity Management Plan. At this time we are not able to offer enrolment in any year level. We are unable to enrol any International Education Program students.

We can only accept applications for enrolment from families living in the Linden Park Primary School zone.

Please refer to our Quicklink “How to Enrol” for more detailed information.

Primary Years Sports Day

On Friday 2nd November Year 3-7 students participated in the Primary School Sports Day. The first part of the day was conducted as tabloid events in class groups where children competed for house points in a series of sporting sessions. At recess, the inaugural staff student soccer game was held in the inflatable soccer pitch. There were great skills displayed by both teams with the staff pleased to take out a win against a very talented Year 7 team.

After lunch the fastest boy and girl in each house, in each year level competed in the championships and whole school relay. There were many exciting close finishes and I would like to thank all children who competed with such enthusiasm and sportsmanship. The last race of the day was the much anticipated staff/student relay. Both teams had some very fast runners but the staff were pleased to regain the winning title after losing to the students last year.

In order for the day to run smoothly there are many people and groups that need to be acknowledged.  I would like to especially thank the parents who came at 7:30am  to erect marquees, move them between ovals at lunchtime and then take them down at the end of the day. Your help was greatly appreciated.

Thank you to Simply Fresh at Erindale for the wonderful fruit donations for students. The Sports committee parents worked extremely hard cutting up fruit and delivering them to students as well a selling ice blocks and juices. Thankyou for your support.

Thank you to  all staff that helped setting up, with special mention to  Enzo, our groundsman, who spent countless hours helping me prepare the grounds. It would be impossible to hold such a large event without your support.

The final results for the day were as follows:

Davenport : 1213     Waite: 1130     Gleeson: 1143    Cleland: 1074

Kathy Wall,  PE Teacher

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