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Bloomfield Road,Nilma 3821Issue –31-2015Thursday 8th October 2015NEWSLETTERTelephone: (03) 5623 2963Email: nilma.ps@edumail.vic.gov.auWebsite: www.nilmaps.vic.edu.auPrincipalMs Annette SutherlandBusiness ManagerMrs Rachel HammondNEWSLETTERCONTENTSStudent Learning.1.2H/Group Happenings.3Calendar1.8Principal NotesWELCOME BACKGARDIVALIA 2015Welcome back to term 4. We hope all the studentshad a relaxing break and parents too, if you were notworking. We hope all students have come backrefreshed and ready to settle back into the schoolroutines and their learning. This term will be a busyone as the end of the school year (and Christmas!)draws near. Thanks to parents who have supportedour school policy on wearing HATS! Most studentshave their school hats. We are a Sun Smart school, soNo hat, means No outside play! Hats are to be wornby all students at recess and lunchtime, otherwisechildren will remain in the undercover area duringtheir recess and lunch.The Festival of Gardens willbe held later this month.Nilma PS will participating inthis year’s Gardivalia festivalon Saturday 24th Octoberfrom 10.00am until 4.00pm.Ms McLennan hascoordinated the involvementin the community event toshowcase some of theStephanie Alexander KitchenGarden at school. Moreinformation is on page 6.WARRAGULEXCURSION—Year 3-6As part of NPSGeography &Economics studies,students attended andconducted surveys onvarious businessesaround Warragul.Students also watchedthe movie ‘Oddball”which helped supporttheir study ofenvironments andsustainability.Thankyou to MrWilliams and Miss Matarzcyk for organising theexcursion to Warragul yesterday.BOOK FAIRSchool CouncilPresidentMrs Nicki KimmPrincipal NotesNILMAPRIMARY SCHOOLOnce again we are holdinga Book Fair at Nilma PS.The Book Fair will start onTuesday 13th October andrun to Monday 19thOctober. This is a greatopportunity for families topurchase some greatquality children’s books.The school receives acommission on books sold,that will go towards new books for our library. All thebooks are set up in the “Hidey Hole” room to viewand are available for purchase each day. This Fridaystudents are going to have an opportunity to look atall the books and write down on a wish list the booksthat they would like to purchase and the cost.Parents are welcome to come in with their childrennext week to view and purchase books 15 minutesbefore and 15 minutes after school. The Book Fair isbeing run by some of the Year 5 & 6 students. Pleasesee Mr Williams for any enquiries.HOOPTIME BASKETBALLSelected students have been chosen torepresent Nilma PS at the HooptimeBasketball Finals. This event will be held onMonday 12th October at the DandenongStadium. Students selected are: Meg Griggs,Ella Perry, Kiara Perry, Lachlan Axford, AngusMulconry, Riley Kleeven, Deakin Santo &Max Chesterfield.YR 6 GRADUATION PHOTOThe Year 6 Graduation photo will be takenTOMORROW, Friday 9th October at9.00am. Students must wear correctschool uniform. Could parents pleaseensure all students are at school by8.45am. All Year 6 students will receive aGraduation Photo at the end of the year.WORKING BEETomorrow– Friday 9th October1.30pm—4.00pmBring hats, gloves, garden equipment and yourenthusiasm! We are getting the garden ready for theGARDIVALIA open garden on October 24th. We will bebuilding garden edging, installing artworks & signs,planting, moving mulch, weeding and more .The morehands the lighter the load!Afternoon tea will be provided.If you can’t make the working Bee—We will have a list ofjobs in the Office—Families feel free to come in andsupport the presentation of the school at alternativetimes to complete a job or two.Mulch the Garden PathsMulch Native GardenSecure all garden edgingWeedingPruning and spreading leavesTHANKS IN ANTICIPATION OF YOUR SUPPORT

STUDENT LEARNING @ NILMAL.A.U.G.H ProgramLearning Activities Under Guidance of HomeNIGHTLY READING75 NightsShila Bundle100 NightsTeagan George125 NightsCharlotte Goodchild Harrison JonesJai Macfarlane Deklan Majcherzak150 NightsElizabeth Dalrymple175 NightsCohen Cogo Lewis Devlin Ty Kindermann200 NightsAshlee Cooke Olivia Addison Sheree Casey WilsonR.E.A.LSTUDENTS@NILMAStudent of the WeekRecognitionsHomegroup F RedMia WoodFor being a fantastic role model in the class forour REAL @ Nilma Values. You listen well,work hard and help others. Thank you Mia!Homegroup 2/1 GreenOliver TurnerFor demonstrating the characteristics of aREAL Visible Learner. You rise up to thechallenge in all learning tasks and consistentlyproduce work to a high standard.Well done Oliver!.Homegroup 5/4/3 BlueEmma Crook &Aiden OlssonFor your brilliant interviewing of businessemployees and proprietors during ourWarragul business survey. You conductedyourself and represented the school, with greatdistinction.Thanks Emma & Aiden!Homegroup 6/5 YellowAnthony ScottFor a great start to Term 4. You havedemonstrated what it means to be a REALVisible Learner particularly in Whole SchoolNumeracy Learning Teams and on ourexcursion into the Warragul CBD.2PLAYGROUNDAWARDSWinners Thomas BucklerCharlotte GoodchildLewis DevlinCohen CogoHappy BirthdayRachel HammondMeg DevlinDeakin Santo

HOMEGROUP HAPPENINGS!PoetryThis term we are focusing onthe poetry genre as part ofwhole school writing groups.Home GroupThis week in the Ruby Red’s-Fhave been exposed to a range ofRuby RedMrs Evansdifferent poems. We have talkedabout what poems are and howsometimes poems use rhyming words.We read ‘The Jigaree’ by Joy Cowley andcreated our own mini jigaree poems. Hereare what some of the students wrote.I can see a Jigaree. It is juggling afterme. LewisI can see a jigaree. It is hoola hoopingafter me. SavannahI can see a jigaree. It is singing after me.Singing here. Singing there. Jigaree’ssinging everywhere. AshleeWarragul ExcursionWe surveyed the businesses in Warragul. Iliked going to the Warragul Newsagency,their business was 35 years old.By KiaraYesterday we went down in to Warragul toHome Group survey some business to write down names,addresses and services they provided. We- 543 Aqua Blueeven got to go into some business to askMr Williams them some questions about working there orwhat they sell. After we went back to CivicPark for lunch we walked down to the arcade to go see amovie called “Oddball” that was based on a true story inWarrnambool. I was very tired.by MegYesterday we had to go to Civic Park and we went in totown and got to ask people about their jobs and business.At Toy World I got a magazine then we did went to VivaLatte and got a hot chocolate. Next we went to ‘Step onUp’.We walked back to Civic Park and then walked to thecinema and watched “Oddball”, it was really funny.By ZaicWe went on an excursion in Warragul. We went andlooked at lots of different businesses. We watched a moviecalled “Oddball”, it was funny. I liked it in one part wherethe girl shot the boy with tranquiliser gun by accident.By Nataly Santo3I found a treasure chest andinside there was toys andchocolate. I played with thetoys and I ate all of theHome Groupchocolate. By Blake- 21 I found a treasure chest andEmerald GreenMissinside there was a fox calledBerkelmansJames. He jumped out andcame to me. I put a collar on him. ByJaycobbI found a treasure chest and inside therewas coins. I bought a scooter. I wasriding it and when my parents saw me,they screamed. By LilliI found a treasure chest and inside therewas a transformer eating chocolate. I goton the transformer. It was fun and tall.By LeviIntegrated LearningBusiness and Economics, BiologicalSciences, MathsYesterday the year we spent the daywalking around the Warragul CBD toconducted an audit of businesses beforewatching Oddball at the cinema. We havecalculated how many kilometres theywalked and how many steps they took.By Lachy.Distance walked: 7.2kmApproximate steps taken: 10800Home Group- 65 Lemon YellowMissMatarczykMegDistance walked: 5.7kmApproximate steps taken: 7980AngusDistance walked: 2.2kmShelbyDistance walked: 3.6kmAstridTahliaDistance walked: 2.6 km Distance walked: 2.2 kmCharlotteDistance walked: 2.2kmHollyDistance walked: 2.1m

SCHOOL UNIFORMWe have three samples of new tops for 2016 onwards.1. Piper has a black polyester top with hood and zip2. Plain Black windcheater3. Black windcheater with Red internal hooded top.We will havethese items ondisplay outsidethe Office forparents to seeand comment onbefore we makefinal decision atSchool Council onOctober 20th2015.(note samples 2and 3 are in BulnBuln PS colours)COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS4

THANKS TO OUR 2015 DIARY SPONSORSSPONSORSHIPS NOW OPEN FOR 2016Nilma Primary School will be including a personalised student diary as part of our school communication in2016. In these diaries the school has chosen to include 16 pages of school information at the beginning of thediary.As part of the diary inclusion, Nilma Primary is offering local businesses that have supported Nilma, anopportunity to advertise in these diaries for a fee of 100 for the year.These diaries are distributed to all our students and with an anticipated enrolment of over 70 students for2016, this gives businesses a valuable opportunity to increase awareness to our families and our wider schoolcommunity.Businesses who choose to advertise in our diary will also be included on a rotating basis in our schoolnewsletter, on our website and on display at school.Should you wish to advertise your business in our diary for 2016, please fill out the slip below and return it tothe office with your business card and payment for 100.DIARY SPONSORSHIP FORMName of Sponsor:Please enclose a copy of your Business card and payment for 100.The due date for sponsorships is Monday 26th October 2015.5

CHAPLAIN’S CHATEach child has a primary way in which he or she understands a parent’s love best” (Chapmanand Campbell 2005). If you kept in touch with the Chaplain’s Chats earlier in the year youwill remember that there are basically 5 ways children (indeed, all people) speak and understand emotional love. They are physical touch, words of affirmation, quality time, gifts andacts of service. Do you remember which one of these fills your child’s “emotional tank”? (ofcourse each child needs expressions of all five all the time, but one will dominate.)Another fun snippet of information that may help with your parenting is to know that roughly speaking thereare five styles of parenting; Sergeant Majorcus, Jelly-fishicus, Absenticus and Parent Coachicus. This weekwe will look at the first one remembering that they can be male or female and each of us may show facets ofeach style of parenting. At the end of the term I will print a tick sheet for you to fill out and if you’re up to it,talk around the table on the subject.Sergeant Majorcus: is grumpy, controlling and bossy, resorts to shouting and threatens a lot. Their love fortheir child could be seen to be conditional on their child’s behaviour. This sort of parent denies a child’sfeelings, has inflexible rules and blames and shames their child into submission. They often have a ‘win at allcosts’ attitude, not giving their child a chance to make decisions for themselves and often lecture the child.How did you go? Scarey isn’t it? Or perhaps you have given a sigh of relief. Good for you. Join me nextweek for the second style of parenting. Meanwhile have a great weekend, enjoy the kids and hang on to thegood routines like ‘early to bed on the nights before school.’ Be safe.SCHOOL ORGANISATIONBULN BULN T20 BLAST SCHOOL’S CRICKET CUPThe Cricket T20 will be held at Buln Buln Reserve on Wednesday 21st October. Nilma PS will have 20 studentsattending. Permission forms will be sent home with the newsletter this week. Parents will be required to drop studentsat the Buln Buln Reserve on this day. Ms Matarczyk will be attending the event.WOORABINDA CAMPYear 4 and 5 students from Nilma PS have elected to attend the Regional Woorabinda Camp on Monday 23rdNovember until Friday 27th November. Permission forms and parent information is attached to the newsletter. Allforms with payment must be returned to the Office by Wednesday 4th November. Students attending this camp are:Daniel Axford, Bailey-Jack Christoph, Meg Devlin, Ashton Kimm, Aiden Olsson, Ella Perry, Kiara Perry, Kiandra Polglaze,Charlotte Brown, Mitchell Gilmore & Riley Kleeven.SUMMIT CAMPThe Year 6 students will be attending a Mount Worth Cluster Transition Day at the Summit Camp on Friday 27thNovember, which will be held at Trafalgar East. The cost for this camp will be finalised next week, but will include allactivities and an evening meal. Permission forms and more information will follow at a later date.SUBJECT CONTRIBUTIONSCould all School Fees (subject contributions) please be paid by the end of October. If you are unsure if you have schoolfees still owing, please contact the office.TRADIE FOR A DAYWest Gippsland Trade Training Alliance (Wills Street Warragul) has developed a Year 6 Tradie Day Program to showcasewhat is available in our area. The Baw Baw Skills Centre will allow Year 6 students to see a range of training programsand facilities available to them in the future. Selected Year 6 students will be attending an all day program in earlyDecember. Students will rotate through activity studies: Carpentry, plumbing, automotive, agriculture and otherprograms. A date in December will be confirmed soon. If you would like your child to have this experience please letthe Office know ASAP6

FUNDRAISING CLUBMansfield Horse RideOnce again, we are doing a weekend horse ride as a fundraiser for Nilma Primary School.It is a fantastic weekend for those who enjoy the outdoors, horses and having fun.When: 6th-8th of November 2015.Where: We all need to be in Meerijig, (just out of Mansfield) by Friday night. I will be arriving earlier in the day to sort a few things out. People are welcome to start arriving from 3pm onwards.We start the ride, early on the Saturday, ride for the day through the beautiful bush, to our camp. OnSunday morning we head off back to Base camp (where we leave our cars).All in all we ride for about 6 hours on day one and 4 hours on day two.Cost: 350 per person including all of your food and accommodation.(Although it is recommended that you bring some lollies for along the way.)RSVP and money due by October 8th. We have limited spots so will the quicker you contact me thebest chance you have of a spot. If anyone would like any further information,please don’t hesitate to give me a call. Nicki 0427 563 009GARDIVALIANilma Primary School will be participating in this years Gardivalia festival on Saturday 24th October from 10.00am until4.00pm. Our school will be open to the public to come and see our students hard work in developing the garden with theStephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program. We are asking for volunteers to help on the day with tea & scones.and various other jobs. Children are welcome to come along and help on the day too!If you can help out on the day, please fill out the form below and return to the office by next Wednesday 14th --PARENT HELPERS – GARDIVALIAName of family:Time available to help: (please circle): 10.00am-12pm, 12.00pm -2.00pm, 2.00pm -4.00pmSigned by Parent:7

NILMA PRIMARYSCHOOL CALENDARIssue 31– 08/10/2015OCTOBER 2015MondayTuesdayWednesday5First day Term 467Yr 3-6 Excursion12HooptimeRegional Finals131419Kanga Cricket20School CouncilMeeting21262728ThursdayFridaySaSu89Yr 6 GraduationphotoWorking Bee10111516171825MARC Van School Banking2223School Banking24293031MARC Van School BankingNOVEMBER 2015MondayTuesdayWednesday2Student Free Day3Public Holiday4Woorabinda CampMoney Due91011ThursdayFridaySaSu56School BankingHorse Ride Weekend781213141520School BankingTough Mudder212227Summit - Yr 6MARC Van School Banking2829MARC Van School Banking2016 FoundationOrientation16172324Woorabinda CampWoorabinda Camp182519262016 FoundationOrientationYear 2 SleepoverWoorabinda CampWoorabinda CampWoorabinda Camp30DECEMBER 678910MARC Van1112131415End of Year BBQReports /Portfolios home16Yr 6 Dinner1718Last Day TermEarly finish1.15pm192021222324252627

Angus Shelby Distance walked: 2.2km Distance walked: 3.6km Astrid Tahlia Distance walked: 2.6 km Distance walked: 2.2 km Charlotte the girl shot the boy with tranquiliser gun by acc

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