The Junior (F-2) and Senior (3-6) athletics were held on the school oval today, with a lot of fun competition had by the children. They competed in a range of running events: 100m, 200m, 400m and 100m hurdles as well as a few field events: discus and shot put.
What a fantastic way to start the school week. Our Junior school celebrated the 100th day milestone for our Foundation students in style!
Carrington’s robotics program commenced today, with Miss Colla running the sessions for each class.
The points have been tallied and the winning TRIBE is...
Somers Camp... What an adventure our happy campers have been on. They have finally returned home after a wonderful 9 days away.
It was lovely to see the school open and available for current and potential families to view on Monday. Several families came through and participated in the hands on and engaging activities in classrooms.
Carrington Primary School is a friendly, energetic and highly motivated learning community located in Knoxfield. As a small school we provide our students with a safe, engaging and inclusive environment where everyone is valued and respected and where everyone knows they belong.
An eventful Thursday also saw 10 senior school students participate in the half-time rugby game for students. Mr M, Lenny and the Melbourne Storm crew have been fantastic supporters of our school over a long period of time, and we would like to thank them for their support and involvement.
SE Melbourne Phoenix held a basketball clinic at school. Our whole school participated and were fortunate to receive signed singlets to wear and balls for our school!
Foundation-Year 2 students engaged in their first Robokids robotics workshop. Students worked with several different robots throughout the 2-hour session. This allowed them to program, code and move the robots individually and through group tasks.
Carrington PS Cross Country team competed at District level. A wonderful effort by all of our competitors who participated and cheered with energy and enthusiasm. A wonderful day!
CPS hosted our wonderful mums, special friends and grandparents to our afternoon tea in the Junior Learning Centre. Students prepared a range of 'goodies' with their teachers to make this a special event.
The points have been tallied and the results are in for the Term 1 TRIBES winner.
TRIBE Cross Country was held on Thursday 28th May for all students in Foundation to Year 6. It was a fun event for all of our students and we managed to sneak in most of the presentation before the rain came.
Student leaders and JSC representatives organised and ran the special ANZAC assembly today.
AFL Victoria conducted 2 x 60 minute clinics at our school over the past few weeks. Skills were focused on including kicking, handballing, marking and bouncing footballs.