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Lambert School

Note Home 15/10/2019

Dates

December 12th Term 4 ends 12pm after breakups, concert and farewell to Gr 10’s

October 24,25th no school for Hobart show long weekend

October 29- Nov 1st Maria Island Grades 3-10. A note has gone home and the sign and return section should now have been bought back to school.

November 7 Grades 9-10 stay at school to attend Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead in the evening at the Peacock theatre. Students will need to be collected on completion of the show. They will be notified of the details.

Nov 27-29th Grade 10 exams.

December 10th school picnic

December 11th grade 10’s will go home at midday to beautify themselves for the Grade 10 dinner that evening.

Please note students should have a hat at school every day and absolutely MUST bring one to Maria Island.

We are planning a 5 day Mon-Fri Trip to Canberra and Melbourne in 2020.

At this stage we are trying to gather numbers of interested people so we can start working out pricing.

In 2015 the cost was $900 so I would expect around $1100 all inclusive-flights, accommodation, meals, etc

Please sign and return if you are interested in your child attending this trip

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

I am interested in my child attending the Lambert School Civics, History and Arts excursion to Canberra and Melbourne in 2020

Name (students)…………………………………………………………………..

Signed……………………………………………………………………………….…

 

September 17 2019

 

Hobart Show – no school Thursday 24th October and Friday 25th.

Maria island camp is straight after the Hobart Show break Tuesday October 29th– Friday November 1st (note regarding the camp will be sent home next term). This is a camp for grades 3-10. There will be normal classes with Cheryl for the infants during the camp.

 

Please note all students should have a hat at school every day next term, preferably a full brimmed hat to protect the back of the neck also.

Wilma Lambert

 


 

 

July 30 2019

Social Media

We had a very worrying incident last week involving very inappropriate messages being sent on a social media site. We regard this action as abusive, destructive and bullying. It is important that parents regard social media as part of the student’s world that parents must help them negotiate. Parents need to check their children’s social media interchanges as a protection of their own child and to assist us in keeping our students safe from bullying, nastiness and corruption.

All parents should be aware of our ICT Policy which is signed on enrolment and is on our website.

 

 

    2019 Term Dates

     

    Term 4

    Start

    October 14th

    Finish

    December 12th

     

    Wilma