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Today our wonderful P&F catered for an afternoon tea for the Eudunda 150 Historic Finale event. Well done to our catering team and parents who helped out with making sandwiches and baking the delicious cakes and slices. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lest we forget.....Mrs Cluse and our Yr 5/6 class attended the Remembrance Day service at the war memorial in the Eudunda gardens this morning.
Thank you to our school captains who layed the wreath on behalf of St John's Lutheran School.
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The Year 5/6 class have just completed their International Baccalaureate’s PYP Exhibition Journey.
This exhibition was a culmination of the students PYP journey through 7 years of primary school. The exhibition journey began with students identifying an issue that interested them and ended with real life action to bring about change.
This year the Central Idea was ‘Learning about people gives us an insight into their culture and how they belong’
Students looked at ‘What is an Australian’?, Different cultures’ and ‘Factors that assist people in belonging to a culture’.
They selected a country of interest and became an expert by inquiring into the many aspects of this countries culture.
The students celebrated their learning journey with an exhibition for their family, friends and the school community. The students all did a wonderful job and are to be commended on their inquiry skills as well as demonstrating all the attributes of the IB learner Profile - Kathy Cluse Yr 5/6 teacher
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Today we had the pleasure of hosting our Local MP Penny Pratt and shadow Minister for Education Mr John Gardiner when they popped in to our school for a brief visit.
Michael gave Penny and John a tour of the school grounds and facilities and also took them into each of the classrooms to see the students in their learning environments.
During the visit John shared with our Yr 5/6 class that we are of the best schools in the area!
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STAFF APPRECIATION DAY
Today our fantastic Class Carers provided a scrumptious lunch for our staff to celebrate and acknowledge the work of all the wonderful staff we have at St John’s.

Thank you ladies - the lunch was delicious and appreciated by all.

Thank you to the Year 5/6 students who helped our Care Coordinator, Mrs Grosser be creative with the theme ‘You are a star’ and for making up the little gift bags for us all to enjoy.

What a blessing it is to be a part of this awesome school community.
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Today our school community were blessed with a presentation called Friendship Matters, presented by Schools Ministry Group - Life Matters.

How we get along with others is an important part of school and life. Having good friends is a fun part of growing up but we also know that sometimes things happen in friendships that cause us to feel sad, hurt, and lonely. Through story, discussion, activities, and videos, the Life Matters team encouraged our young people to reflect on how to be a good friend, how to get along with others, how to fix things when they make a mistake in their friendships and why forgiveness is super important. The aim of the Friendship Matters presentation is to help students understand that friendship really does matter.
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St Johns loves getting out and about in the community.....
This morning a small group of eager choir students led by teacher Mrs Schmaal entertained the audience with their singing at the Kapunda Show. An impressive display of students artwork was also on show for all see.
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