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 Neighbours provides the broader framework – how can we contribute to nourishing and sustaining the lives of those around us and of our environment? The banksia with its candle form can be seen as a symbol of light and warmth in facing the challenges within and around us.
This term, another full calendar of events for individual classes as well as for the whole school.