This morning, Federal Member of Parliament Libby Coker, presented our school with new flags for our new flagpoles in our middle play space.
Our Junior School Council have begun their first campaign / project: Make Moriac Sustainable Again!
Last week they carried out an audit by collecting all the rubbish from student Lunch Boxes throughout the school.
Apologies for the late notice, but tomorrow, they are proposing a RUBBISH-FREE LUNCH BOX DAY.
Please see the advertisement below from the Junior School Council. They will collect tomorrow’s rubbish and compare it to their ‘normal day’ audit, and also use to implement future strategies to make Moriac Super sustainable.
On Monday the 26th March we will be holding an Italian Day to celebrate all that we have learnt about Italy this term.
Students will be participating in 4 different Italian-themed activities throughout the day. They will be in mixed-age groups (Preps will be in the same group as their buddies). Students are encouraged to come dressed in Italian
One of the planned activities is Cooking. A note will be sent out on CareMonkey - students will need permission to participate in this activity.
Parents and Friends are kindly supporting this day. They are offering ice-cream / gelato to all students at lunch time. This will also be on the CareMonkey note.