Tuesday, 28 October 2014

JUNIOR FIRST AID COURSE

On Wednesday (22 October, 2014), the students of Years 3-6 participated in the Surf Life Saving NSW Junior First Aid Course. The students thoroughly enjoyed the two hour session learning what to do if they were the first person at the scene of an accident. The course covered all the important life saving issues and was presented in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Each student learnt and performed the valuable skills of C.P.R. and by the end of the two hours, was able to bandage every known part of the body. It was great to see the students having fun while learning very important skills for life.





ALEXANDER NURSING HOME VISIT

On 19 September, on the eve of the 23rd Anniversary of Independence for the Republic of Armenia,Years 5/6 visited the Alexander Nursing Home at Dee Why to celebrate the special occasion.

In school tradition, our annual visit included a program of poetry recitals, patriotic songs and dance much to the delight of the elderly. The children sang and spoke well and were deeply appreciated by the residents, who also loved the opportunity of getting to know them afterwards.