Steiner and Mainstream Education

Two streams one river

Communication

We maintain an active Facebook page which is updated regularly with news and achievements. A direct link and feed is provided on this website.

Our Newsletter is produced twice a term in weeks 4 and 8 and is available on the website shortly after production. Copies of previous newsletters are also available.

A weekly email is sent to school families and other interested people with details about current and upcoming activities along with other relevant information. Reminders for any activities are included within this email.

A Term Planner is produced at the beginning of each term outlining meetings, activities and special events.

For upcoming School Tours please click here.

Celebrations

At the end of terms 1, 2 and 3 a Celebration Assembly is held. This assembly showcases student work and achievements for the term. The School Pride Award is presented to a worthy recipient on this occasion.

The End of Year Concert and Graduation is the final celebration of student work for the year. Students prepare and present a number of skits or as in 2016 a play along with a number of musical items. A number of awards are presented to students who have met the award criteria throughout the year. These awards are

  • The Angela Baker Reading Award. Angela was a past parent of the school who volunteered much of her time with students assisting with and passing on her love of reading. The award is presented in her memory by her family each year.
  • The Morialta Citizenship Award. John Gardner MP, our local state representative sponsors this award presented to a student who has proven to be a great citizen in the previous 12 months.

The event is also an opportunity to farewell our year 7 graduating students. Each graduate gives a short speech and is presented with a certificate and gift to remember their primary school years.

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Our parent run playgroup has started again this year. Playgroup is not exclusive to BPRS families - everyone is welcome. The group provides a wonderful opportunity to catch up with other parents and children and is held on the Basket Range Primary school grounds in the nature play spaces, forest and next to the cubby.

Wet weather options are the soon to be heated undercover area or a small room in the main building near reception.

The next playgroup will be on Monday 17th February straight after drop off. Please bring a piece of fruit to share for morning tea. Tea and Coffee is provided.

Playgroup runs on the first Wednesday and the third Monday of the month.

Upcoming dates:
Monday 17/2
Wednesday 4/3
Monday 16/3

If you have any questions please contact Katie Lenon on 0422 281 921”
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Do any of our school families or community know who owns a black dog with a white mark on it’s chest, medium size dog, breed unknown.
The dog seemed timid and ran away when we were trying to check if it had a disc, does have a collar though. Is not either of the black dogs that live close to school.

If the community can help us to track the owner as we’d like their contact details to save us calling the council when it next visits the school... 8390 3466. Thank you!
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