Port Fairy Consolidate Primary School students Eadie Gleeson, Abi Langley, Charlotte Dance, Lachie Payne write about their cross country experience.
On April 26, our school held our annual cross country. Here are the results from our amazing runners.
Under 12/13 Oscar Hill, Sophie Lockett, under 11 Adam Lee, Kirra Beardsley, under 10 Jerry Dixon, Ella Campbell, under nine Fergus Reaburn, Ayva Malady, year two Charlie Stenhouse, Beatrix Clift, year one Hugo Thomas, Zia Taylor, foundation Charlie Green, Clare Haldane.
A stacked breakfast menu will be the reward for Koroit and District Primary School parents, staff and students who take up the challenge to walk to school on Friday.
The breakfast will include scrambled eggs, toast and cereal as part of the Walk Safely to School Day.
ON THE RUN
Students from St Patrick's Primary School Koroit took part in the south-wet divisional athletics day at Brauerander Park last Friday. Below is a report from the school:
We had 13 students represent our school. Following success at the Moyne athletics in March, our students braved the windy weather for a successful day.
Our first placing for the day was Logan Barby, who came third in the hurdles.
Hamish Dobson grabbed first place in the 800m and triple jump, he also came third in the 100m sprint. Indi O'Connor came third in the 200m while Rory Waterson finished first in the long jump. Our Grade five relay teams had a good day, with the boys team, Hamish Lane, Rory Waterson, Lenny Carey and Hamish Dobson, finishing first. The girls, Shelby O'Sullivan, Elsa Tutt, Lucy McLaren, Jezzy Langdon, finished third.
Students at Woolsthorpe Primary School welcomed some special people to school for a Mother's Day breakfast. More than 150 people broke bread as mothers took centre stage.
Parents of students at St Patrick's Primary School Port Fairy might need to pick the brains of their children to get the upper hand at an upcoming event. The school will host a trivia night on June 14, with single and table bookings being taken.
The work of students taking part in the Hands on Learning program at Hawkesdale P12 College is now in use. Tables created by the students are part of the Hawkesdale Recreation Reserve's infrastructure.