World Oceans Day

How Did Our Lives Become so Plastic?

Co-founder of, Tim Silverwood, visited our Year 9 and 10s recently, and we feature a thoughtful student article about the impacts of plastic pollution in this week’s Bulletin to, coincidentally, tie-in with today’s World Oceans Day

There is also student reflections from last week’s Poetry in Action incursion, and news from Primary about China Day (Year 1s), Da Vinci Decathalon (Year 5/6), Monday’s Languages Day and an update from the Children’s University gardeners. 

Some upcoming dates to take note of:

  • FRIDAY 10 JUNE: Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea.  8:00am – 10:00am in the Primary Art/LOTE area.  Why not pop in for a coffee before work?
  • SUNDAY 12 JUNE: Old Scholars’ Association Supper & Movie Fundraiser screening of Money MonsterTickets are still available – see inside the Bulletin for details.
  • MONDAY 14 JUNE: Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday.

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