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High School Happenings Autumn, 2016

  HIGH SCHOOL HAPPENINGS IS PUT TOGETHER EACH TERM for parents and friends of the school to gain an inkling of the rich and diverse programme for the high school term. HISTORY Year 7/8 THE RENAISSANCE The Renaissance brings a new age of freedom; the freedom of thought in understanding the phenomena of the natural […]

Kindlehill Newsletter Term 2 Week 3

FAIR DAY – Sweetening The Waters Fair preparations for a beautiful family day are well underway. We encourage every family in the school to join in making this a living expression of Kindlehill community spirit. For many a parent presently in our school, coming to a fair and experiencing the beauty and community of the […]

Kindlehill Newsletter 26th April 2016

Greetings Kindlehill families This term our teaching and learning will be inspired by our Autumn Fair motif – the golden banksia. Chris Tobin told us how Aboriginal people “sweeten the water” with banksia flowers. They can become for us symbols of nourishment and sustenance as we head into colder days.  Our 2016 theme of Good […]

Blue Mountains Peace Vigil Sunday 24th of April, Katoomba 3pm

On April 24th we will be holding a Peace Vigil in Katoomba to pay our respect to peacemakers, mourn the devastating effects of war, and to kindle the fire of peace within our own community. Peace is an active process. Something we participate in now. It starts in our communities as we strive for justice […]

Whole School Camp

  EUROKA How can a few lines capture the beauty of what was happening in this place? Wednesday to Thursday, the whole school camped at Euroka clearing. Some of us even saw the Gurrangatch.  What an amazing camp this was – Chris Tobin took us through the great wisdom  and relevance of Aboriginal culture for […]

Kindlehill Whole School Camp

  EUROKA How can a few lines capture the beauty of what was happening in this place? Wednesday to Thursday, the whole school camped at Euroka clearing. Some of us even saw the Gurrangatch.  What an amazing camp this was – Chris Tobin took us through the great wisdom  and relevance of Aboriginal culture for […]

Kindlehill Newsletter 29/3/16 Week 9

DISCO FOR VANUATU THIS SATURDAY 2nd APRIL 6PM   Get your seriously discounted pre-booked tickets from the office at $20 family. Great LIVE MUSIC – PAPA GONZO. Our very own DJ.LC (Luca Cupitt) and a line up of entertainment from 6pm including the Soul Singers,  fire dance, face paint, wishing well, Bella busker, Lem@live  and more……GREAT […]

KANGAROO VALLEY – HIGH SCHOOL RIVER TRIP 2016

  MARCH 2016   Canoeing down the Kangaroo River in warm, late summer, sounds idyllic. Yet beneath the tranquil scene captured in a photographic moment, there is a lot more going on than meets the eye. 26km of perseverance in paddling, in shared canoes with gear, that requires cooperation and on the job skill development […]

Kindlehill Newsletter Week 7

DISCO FOR WATER  – FEATURING PAPA  GONZO REGGAE BAND, AND DJLC. FUNDRAISER – FAMILY FRIENDLY DISCO  FOR VANUATU AT JUNCTION 142 KATOOMBA  6PM – 9:30PM Thanks especially to Blissbeat who are supporting with food and sound/lighting set up. PRE-BOOKED TICKETS AT DISCOUNT PRICE $20 FAMILY at  community@kindlehill.nsw.edu.au   Class 9/10 are raising money to build […]

Kindlehill Newsletter Week 5 29/02/16

THE ETHICAL CHILD – Wednesday  2ND March At 7pm.       Childcare Available In Class 1 Room A talk followed by discussion with Lynn Daniel. This is a talk for everyone! Relevant to every age!  The focus is on how the first 7 years can be a well spring for one’s whole life (via the nurturing of […]