Grade 3/4 Camp – Adventures in Anglesea

Last week, Grade 3/4 went on a 2 night camp to YMCA at Anglesea. Thanks to the excellent efforts of the students, staff and parents, everyone had a brilliant time and we managed to avoid the rain for the most part. The activities, food and out- standing behaviour of the students made it a fun […]

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THE RPS ARTS GALA IS COMING…

SEPTEMBER 20TH 5.30PM—7.00PM – NOW INCLUDING A SAUSAGE SIZZLE! The evening will be a celebration of students’ learning in visual and performing arts. The Arts Gala is a great annual event that showcases the mazing creativity of our talented kids – we hope you can come along, enjoy a drink or two and celebrate your […]

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Grade 5s “Earn and Learn” in the Nation of Quinistan

Grade s5 have been learning about how a nation’s economy works during their unit called ‘Earn & Learn.’ They created the nation of Quinistan (because they are all Grade 5s!) and have been buying and selling a range of goods and property within their ‘nation’s’ market. They even have two Prime Ministers!  Check out the […]

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Grade 6 play a great success!

The reviews are in! The Grade Six play, Homework Sapiens, has been a great success! The students were put through their paces all week, opening to sold out audiences on Wednesday and Thursday at the Richmond Theatrette. The play tested the students’ theatre craft, ability to think on their feet, make quick costume changes and […]

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SPORT!

Liz Cambages In The Making! On Monday 16th, the Grade 6 girls (plus Lucy Murphy) and the Grade 5 boys went to division Basketball at Viewbank Primary school. Sadly the Grade 5 boys did not get to regionals but they played brilliantly and were just outsized by their opponents. Fortunately the Grade 6 girls basketball […]

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RPS HalloweenFest – What a team!

Now the witch’s dust has settled and we’ve got the zombies back in their coffins we can now reflect on what an amazing time everyone had at Saturday’s Halloween Fest! There were an array of fantastic costumes and of course good times all around. We will have more news and photos in our next edition […]

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Help FareShare fill a tram!

FareShare operates Australia’s largest charity kitchen cooking 5,000 free, nutritious meals every day in Abbotsford. Their volunteer workforce includes 3,000 Victorian students each year who help fight hunger and food waste in our state. Thanks to a community partnership with Yarra Trams, FareShare is aiming to jam a tram with rice and pasta to convert […]

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Grade 3/4 “Cracks It!”

On Monday 12th November, all the 3/4s participated in the ‘Crack It’ incursion. The day was all about us cracking codes in order to open a locked case full of the latest iPhones (haha, if only!) The challenges involved lots of problem solving in our teams so that we could earn clues. We had to […]

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