NAIDOC Week

What a busy week we have had learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, the beautiful culture and amazing achievements of indigenous people.

The Joeys and Possums took creative inspiration from the way Aboriginal peoples utilise the earth even through artistic expression. By adding sand into paints allowed the children to experience a different texture and effect whilst being exposed to new ways of creativity.

The Koalas looked more in depth at the this years theme “HEAL COUNTRY”. They had open discussions about what does it mean to care for country?, why do we need to care for country? how can we care for country? and how are we connected to country.

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Caring for our environment

Over the past few weeks the children at The Hills Little Learners have been exploring sustainability and how they can care for their environment. They have been involved in many learning opportunities including planting herbs, recycling, red-cycling, regrowing...

Graduation 2020

Today our school leavers celebrated their pre-school graduation by having a party with yummy food, a presentation of certificates and fun on the water slide. This relaxed get together saw the children spend time with their close friends and have fun with their...

Welcome to our newest Team member!

This month we welcome our newest team member Pani; Pani will commence her certificate three studies in the coming weeks. Pani comes to us with experience as a children's sports coach and a love of working alongside children to help them grow and develop. Pani is eager...