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Student Leaders

March 2015

Congratulations to all our student leaders who recently were presented with their badges.

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Instrumental Lessons

Pony Music will once again be providing instrumental lessons in 2015.  Get your enrolment form from Mr Davies or in Notices>Performing Arts.
Learning an instrument is proven to help academic results.

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Life Education

On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 19th, 20th and 21st of December, 2014, the Grade 3s participated in the Life Education Program. The Grade 3s learnt about lungs and health, and thought that it was really cool. They also got a chance to participate in all different activities and got to rotate turns at different things. I wonder what next year’s Life Ed Program will be about?

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3-6 westpac maths competition

On the 7th of August Maramba Primary School had the Westpac maths competition. We were lucky enough to have a student in grade 3 from lynbrook primary school to do the test with the students of maramba. All the maramba students were very happy on how they went.

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P.J. Day

On the 11/6/14 Maramba had a Pyjamas Day to raise money for the homeless people that are living out there every day and night. All of the students that wore pyjamas brought a gold coin donation and the school made $391. It was great to see so many students participating for a great cause.

Prep- Sam:   Sam thought it was fun wearing his pyjamas. He wore his skeleton pyjamas.

Grade 1- Ava:   She thought it was a good day because her pyjamas were comfy. She wore her cow onesie.

Grade 2- Brooke:   Brooke thought her pyjamas were comfy. She wore her Monster High onesie

Grade 3- Gemma:  She thought her pyjamas were warm. She wore her giraffe onesie.

Grade 4- Jessica:  Jessica wore her Stitch onesie. Her favourite part was playing soccer in it. Lots of Jessica’s class wore their pyjamas (onesies).

Grade 5- Elijah:   Elijah wore a Finn onesie. It felt really different wearing his onesie to school. He thought it was cool seeing what everyone else wore. Almost everyone in his class wore their pyjamas.

Grade 6- Marko:   He enjoyed coming to school and seeing what everyone else was wearing. He thought it was great to see that the majority of his class wore their pyjamas. Marko wore his red, winter pyjamas.

 

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ANZAC Day Ceremony

On Monday the 28th of April, Maramba Primary School held our ANZAC ceremony.

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Fun Run

4th April
Congratulations to the students who finished in the top twelve of their age group.
More photos can be seen in Galleries.

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M-PAC - Maramba Performing Arts Concert

The term one M-PAC will be on Wednesday 26th March
A concert where every student has an opportunity to perform on stage.
More detail about grades & times is on the Performing Arts blog.

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District Swimming

March 3rd

Many Maramba students participated in the District Swimming Carnival.  Eight competitors won medals in the following events: individual butterfly, individual breastroke and two freestyle relay teams.  Seven of the competitors will participate in the Divisional Swimming Carnvial soon.  Good luck to them. 
Read more about the District Carnival on the P.E. blog.

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Somers School Camp

February 18-26th

Thirty-four lucky Maramba students, and Mr Davies, spend nine days at Somers School Camp with students and teachers from other schools in our district.

Declan:  I made a lot of new firends and had lots of fun.
Hannah: Somers Camp is so much fun that on the challenge swing I went to the top and then screamed on the way down.
Benson: Somers School Camp had amazing activities and delicious food.
Katie: The camp was about teamwork and communciation.  I would definitely go back there again.

Read more about their experience in this week's newsletter.

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