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Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day to all of the wonderful mothers in our College community. Thank you for all that you do for our students in order for them to become their best selves.  At this time, I would also like to acknowledge the role that others take on, as a caregiver, to some of our students.

Tuesday morning’s Mother’s Day breakfast, followed by an assortment of activities that our students and mothers did together, was a wonderful community event to celebrate our mothers. It was a beautiful morning as seen in the many photos and it was especially nice to have our thriving community back on campus, mixing and supporting each other.

Our Mother’s Day stall was also a great success and I am sure there will be many happy mothers on Sunday morning.

A big thank you to our Wellbeing Leaders, Melissa Belton and Mark Tenny, for organising the events of this week.

SAPSASA Year 6-7 Football and Netball

On Thursday we had 13 students represent Investigator College at the Year 6-7 Southern Fleurieu SAPSASA football competition. The team played well, winning two of their six games. The wins were against Port Elliot Primary School and Goolwa Primary School. For several of the students, this was their first opportunity to play football and they thoroughly enjoyed their experience. The team showed good sportsmanship and conducted themselves in a very positive manner. A big thank you to Miss Helen Maidment who was the coach.

As well as this, we had two highly skilled and successful netball teams represent Investigator College at the Year 6/7 Southern Fleurieu SAPSASA netball competition, who also did an outstanding job in representing our school. Thank you to Melissa Belton and Alana Coppock for their coaching and to Jodie Marks for organising our teams.

Mid-Year Receptions

On Monday evening, we held our Mid-Year Reception information session to start the process of welcoming some new faces into Reception in Term 3. Throughout this term, these students will transition into the Junior School. Our current Reception students and wonderful Reception team will do a great job in preparing, welcoming and mentoring as they start their schooling journey. Please join us in making them feel welcome if you see them in the yard.

Happy Mother’s Day.

Nick Smith
Head of Junior School

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