Here is the EXTRAVAGANZA program. We look forward to seeing you at the Undercover Area on Friday 29th June from 1.30pm.
Great to see the staff and students at Geographe Primary getting into costume to celebrate Book Fair today. The sun was shining and we all enjoyed a parade of costumes and a picnic lunch. Tonight we get to groove on at the school disco.
Our Early Years staff offer a rich play based curriculum and we have an awesome creek to play in. Mrs King's kindy kids had a great day today playing in the puddles today in their gumboots and raincoats.
A team of four students competed against other Primary Schools from the South West in the Regional Heat of the Synergy Solar Car Challenge. The team had been busy over the past few weeks honing their knowledge of solar power and had given up their lunch hours to build and race against each other.
Today they were given 60 minutes to build their car from scratch and then took part in a race off to determine the winners.
Although the boys didn't win, they were fine ambassadors for our school, and showed a high level of knowledge of engineering and collaborative skills.
Geographe Primary School students have contributed work to the Museum of Water at the Fremantle Arts Centre for the Perth Festival 2018. Check it out here!
Today many of our classes took their lessons outside and enjoyed "Outdoors Classroom Day". Here are some pictures from the day.
Did you know that we have some great STEM resources in our school? The children will be getting more opportunities to engage with some of the awesome resources we have been able to purchase through the generosity of our fabulous P&C. Ms Anderson and Mrs Kirk were having as much fun as the Year 2s when I popped in today to see We Do Lego in action. We also have 2, 3D Printers, supplied by Western Power, who are supporting our Circuit Breakers program.
We are so excited to announce that we are one of 20 schools selected to take part in Circuit Breakers next term.Circuit Breakers are thinkers, makers and innovators. Circuit Breakers are students who look differently at the world around them, and find ways to bring their ideas to life.
Circuit Breakers is an exciting new engineering outreach program for primary school students in years 4 – 6.
This 10 week STEM program for primary schools will help develop knowledge and skills with a focus on electrical engineering using 3D printers.
Mrs Kealy and Miss Anderson will be heading to Perth tomorrow to find out more about the program! Find out more at
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What is happening around our school