In our Mandarin Room, the Chinese Lantern festival marked the end of the Lunar New Year celebration. Our ELP students have been learning about the celebration by making Chinese lanterns and tasting some traditional festivity snacks.
In Prep we are busy learning many skills that will assist us for the rest of our schooling and into adult life. Every morning we engage in play-based activities that develop our fine motor skills. Fine motor development is important in the early years as children’s hands are growing so rapidly.
Veivers holds on to the Roberts Family Trophy, after winning the Inter-House Regatta for a fifth year in a row at Bond on 27 March. The Rowing community was able to come together and see the athletes race for the first time this year, creating an exciting day and a great event for the Rowing programme.
Binna Burra, Mt Lamington National Park saw 20 self-sufficient students walk through it towards their first expedition for their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, 6 to 7 March 2021. The Award was launched at the College at the end of 2020 starting off strong with keen students eager to take on their Bronze Award and tackle the Adventurous Journey aspect with ease.