On Wednesday 29th August the whole school traveled to Lancaster Primary School for the launch of Respectful Relationships. Respectful Relationships supports schools and early childhood settings to promote and model respect, positive attitudes and behaviours. It teaches our children how to build healthy relationships, resilience and confidence.
On Friday 24th August students celebrated Book Week. The theme was to come dressed as a book character or book title.
On Tuesday 21st August, 2018 Merrigum Primary School traveled to Rochester to participate in the Rochester Farm Safety Expo at the Recreation Reserve. This day is aimed at accident prevention and safety.
Today we had an out of uniform day for the Royal Children's Hospital Appeal. The student's came dressed as nurses, doctors and patients, raising $62. This was followed by an Easter egg hunt that the student's really enjoyed. Quite a few of our student weren't very well.
Welcome to our new Foundation Students:
From Left to Right: George Jensen, Chelsea Beare, Kevin Bourke.
Left to Right:
Academic Excellence: Kayla Speed for demonstration of academic excellence, hard work and attendance.
Merrigum Lions Club "Bert Chapman Civics and Citizenship" awards: Chaise Pacitto, & Nicole Doherty.
Merrigum Historical Society "Caring and Sharing" award: Isabelle Turnbull.
A great achievement Kayla, Chaise, Nicole and Isabelle congratulations.
From Left to Right:
Iyeshia Murray, Cassidy Dupuy, Isabelle Turnbull, Nicole Doherty, Jade Christou, Kayla Speed.
Congratulations to our Grade 6 students for completing their Primary School Years. We wish them all the best for 2018.
"On Tuesday the 20th June Mrs Smith, Nicole Doherty (Student Government Prime Minister), Jade Christou (Student Government Deputy Minister) and myself travelled to Shepparton to the Official Opening of the New Bunnnings store and Community Project Recognition morning.
Sheppartons Complex Manager Paul Connaughton and store operations General Manager Debbie Poole spoke about the new and improved Bunnings site. The day was represented by numerous Bunnings staff, Community members and local shire. We all enjoyed a lovely breakfast to start the day. Tom Lonergan and Paul officially opened the site.
Paula Ryan interviewed Tom Lonergan (Geelong footballer) and asked him about his experiences on the field, and particually getting over his potentially career-ending kidney injury. Tom was very interesting to listen to.
The Three Major Community Projects were:
Merrigum Primary School - Completion of the "Avenue of Honour".
Shepparton Scout Hall - New kitchen
Shepparton High School - Vegetable gardens.
We were presented with photgraphs in a lovely frame with plaque of our day completing the Avenue of Honour area. This will be displayed in the entrance foyer of our school.
Merrigum Primary School would like to thank Bunnings for their kind invitation to this event, it was most enjoyable.
Give Me 5 for Kids is a Southern Cross Austereo's national fundraiser which has been supporting and riasing much needed funds for local Childrens hospital wards for the last 20 years..
Student Governmment decided to have an out of uniform day on Friday 2nd of June, the theme being "Superheroes". Students came dressed in their favourite Superhero character for a gold coin donation, raising $75. All proceeds will go to Goulburn Valley Health Childrens Ward.
We are the children at Merrigum Primary School. In our school there are 2 classes.