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Grade 2s Save our Seas

Grade 2s Save our Seas

A visit to the Save Our Seas Shark Centre has been a much anticipated Grade Two field trip. It was been an amazing experience to say the least. The children listened to a short talk about the tides and were told what creatures to expect to see at low tide. A short walk over the road took them to the Dalebrook rocky seashore to[Read More…]

by November 27, 2017 Grade 2, Primary
Backwards Day was a BLAST!

Backwards Day was a BLAST!

The end of Grade R is fast approaching and by this point of the year our children have their daily routine completely waxed. Some might even say they know it backwards! This notion was put to the test on Friday as things at Sunbird turned completely upside down and inside out for Backwards Day 2017. Our school schedule was reversed[Read More…]

by November 27, 2017 Grade R, Pre-Primary
Population Pyramids in Grade 10 Geography

Population Pyramids in Grade 10 Geography

This term the Grade 10’s learnt about Population Geography and got some hands-on experience learning about the different structures of populations by creating Population Pyramids using Lego.

by November 27, 2017 Geography, High School
Goodbye’s to our GRITTY Grade 5s

Goodbye’s to our GRITTY Grade 5s

We had the great privilege and honour in celebrating our Grade 5s GRITTY Achievements at their Grit Awards Ceremony. On this special day our Grade 5 families could revisit all the awesome memories that we have shared this year as well as a chance to step back from the hustle and bustle of life to see how far each child has[Read More…]

by November 20, 2017 Grade 5, Primary

GRIT Awards in Grade 4

As the year draws to a close we reminisce on all the GRIT shown this year by our Grade 4s. Grade 4 is a challenging year with ups and downs and unexpected events. The Grade 4s have had to set long term goals, reflect on their dedication to achieve those goals, learn to sleep away from home for a one[Read More…]

by November 20, 2017 Grade 4, Primary
Poetry to Mend the Teenage Mind

Poetry to Mend the Teenage Mind

“Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquillity.” — William Wordsworth The teenage mind is always bombarded with questions, emotional uproar and spiritual turmoil. Poetry has the ability to allow our teens to let these feeling spontaneously overflow without any feelings of guilt, shame or judgement and allows them to think[Read More…]

by November 20, 2017 Grade 7, Primary
Developing special BONDS in Grade 6

Developing special BONDS in Grade 6

It has been amazing watching our Grade Sixes connecting with each other throughout this year. Being placed with different people in a new class has brought about new friendships that will last for a very long time. Each term our kids have been moved into new co-operative groups, forcing them to spend time and space with people who they might[Read More…]

by November 20, 2017 Grade 6, Primary
Gritty Grade 2!

Gritty Grade 2!

Last week we celebrated our wonderful boys and girls. In case some of you missed it, we would like to share Mrs Huntley’s speech so you can get a little glimpse of how much your children have meant to us this year. “In Grade 2 this year we have unashamedly embraced the concept of yet and not yet. Sometimes we get[Read More…]

by November 12, 2017 Grade 2, Primary

A Letter to my CLIENTS

Click on the PDF below for the letter from the Principal Exam Story

GRITTY Grade 3’s!

GRITTY Grade 3’s!

What a wonderful way to start the end of this incredible journey that we have shared with these Grade 3’s. Our GRIT awards are not to put emphasis on our top academics, but to focus on our children who not only set guady goals, but do their very best to attain them. No matter how hard their mountain is to climb, their[Read More…]

by November 9, 2017 Grade 3, Primary