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Term 2 Thank you
Thank you to everyone who has helped in any way at school this term. I really appreciate everyone who continues to support our fantastic teaching and learning programmes. The relationship between home and school is very important for children’s learning, by supporting and helping in school activities this helps build strong relationships between home and school.
The last day of term 2 is Friday 9 July and school will be finishing at the normal time. I wish everyone a relaxing and safe break. Term 3 will start on Monday 26 July.
Welcome to Malakai Brahne, Harlem Brahne, Saiah Brahne and Max Brownlie. Our current roll is 851.
Student Leaders for 2021
Congratulations to our 2021 Student Leaders; Veramy Vorster, Chase Torbett, Liam Bassett, Eva Mayer, Alizee Rose, Sofia Brown, Chase Robson, Sahana Davies, Mikah Gemmell, Lextonial Iskander, Harini Nellipudi, Ryan Chea, Maamalea Vaea, Sadie Lees, Hunter Barnes, Cohen Fuller, Jade Teo and Tayla McAuley.
These children have been selected for the leadership qualities they demonstrate both in their classroom and around school. They will be working hard this year to develop their leadership capabilities, gather student voice and help to make Silverdale School the best school it can be.
Happy birthday to Hazel Bulkeley, Finlay Cook, May Pang, Amber Taiapa, Jade Teo, Erin Halliday, Yu Wang, Joud Zaher, Johan Behenna, Edward Gee, Albie Donaghy, Kian Boshoff, Rosie Fryer, Abigail Sheeha, Amelia Sievers, Kyan Naidu, Mianka Claassens, Ava Kelleher, Tiffany Tong, Parker Snell, Sasha Zikic, Lucas Che, Ricky Shang, Lucas Lyon, Chanel Wu, Louis Shin, Clara Olthof, Violet O’Reilly, Sabine Petrie, Skyler Olivier, Harry Russell, Dylan Anglem, Dylan van Staden, Oliver Attwood, Shino Sarai, Adam Dabagh, Lyla Castagna, Alicia Lavender Li, Lucas Zhao, Chase Anglem, Thea Powles, Sithupa Withana Gamage, Sofiya Feneva, Brigita Van Elst, Jason Xu, Danielle Buitendag, Charlie Baybut, Khalum Wood, Chloe Cameron, Jimena Try, Chloe Connolly, Trelise Morgan-Ward, Ishana Noor.
Chocolate Selling Fundraising
Thank you to the PTA for organising the Chocolate selling fundraising this year. This takes an enormous amount of time and effort to coordinate this. Thank you to everyone who has sold or bought a bar of chocolate. Thank you to everyone for supporting our PTA fundraising efforts.
Sit Less, Move More, Sleep Well Physical Activity Guidelines for Children and Young People
For school-aged children and young people (aged 5 to 17 years) high levels of physical activity, low levels of sedentary behaviour and sufficient sleep each day achieves greater health benefits.
A healthy 24 hours includes:
quality uninterrupted sleep of 9 to 11 hours per night for those aged 5 to 13 years and 8 to 10 hours per night for those aged 14 to 17 years, with consistent bed and wake-up times.
an accumulation of at least one hour a day of moderate to vigorous physical activity (incorporate vigorous physical activities and activities that strengthen muscles and bones, at least three days a week).
no more than two hours per day of recreational screen time.
for the remainder of the day:
sitting less, moving more – break up sitting time.
participating in structured and unstructured light physical activities.
Preserving sleep, trading indoor time for outdoor time, and replacing sedentary behaviours and light physical activity with additional moderate to vigorous physical activity can provide greater health benefits.
On Friday 10 December and Saturday 11 December we will be celebrating our school’s 150th anniversary. Please put these dates into your diaries so you can come and celebrate with us. More details will come out next term about what the celebrations will look like.
Congratulations to our Year 5/6 boys football team who won the Hibiscus Coast School Football tournament earlier this term.
Congratulations to our Year 5/6 boys football team who came 2nd at the Hibiscus Coast School Football “B” Grade tournament earlier this term.