We welcome an exciting new program from the Department of Education, designed especially for three year old children.
The KindiLink play and learn sessions for parents and 3 year old children will help them form a solid sense of belonging at school, even before they start Kindergarten.
The sessions will run for two hours on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 9:30 am and 11:30 am.
These sessions will be run by a qualified teacher, Mrs Rosemary Reddingius and an AIEO (Aboriginal Islander Education Officer) from the school.
We look forward to seeing parents and three-year-olds enjoying this exciting program throughout the year!
Bush Rangers WA is a youth-based conservation and community development program. It supports young Western Australians to take an active role in the conservation of the natural environment and better understand the mechanisms for its management.
It offers young people opportunities to undertake personal development training while developing their conservation skills and knowledge through involvement in practical nature conservation projects. Projects undertaken can be school-based, within the local community, while others take them to some amazing locations and landscapes across the state! Bush Rangers WA encourages young people to take action for positive change!
(Taken from http://education.dec.wa.gov.au/bush-rangers.html)