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Our Athletics Carnival
On Wednesday March the eighteenth we had our athletics carnival.
Our athletics teams are Oak because of our massive oak tree. Phoenix because the school has burnt down twice and has “risen from the ashes”!
Firstly we had the 40m sprinting race.
After that we had the teddy bear race.
Thirdly we had the obstacle race.
Then we had the sibling’s race.
We also had a toddler’s race.
Phoenix won. There was a lot of cheering!
Here are some of our happy competitors!
Photos by Roger (Lola’s dad).
Added by Claudia and Esther.
Written by Iggy and Nick.
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Three children were chosen to be our assembly presenters for this term. One read the “Welcome to Our Country” and the other two were the hosts. All 3 children did a remarkable job! (I was so proud that I didn’t focus my camera properly! Sorry!)
A proud Mum!
Presenting awards …
We were treated to a new song from our rock band. Mira’s sister was one of the singers as well as playing the guitar. Such talent!