Rainbows had a fabulous time with their Mommies in celebration of Mother’s Day. Activities included dancing inside the class with Mommies, hand painting, sand play and castle-building, sand baking and dinosaur mud-bathing outside the class! The fun packed morning ended with a special tea and cake time with Mommies and teachers. Thanks to our special teachers and for Mommies for joining in the fun.
One of FS2 Yellow parents came to the class to talk about some dinosaur facts. Not only that, he also showed children how to draw different kinds of dinosaurs. It was an amazing session, and FS2 children have learnt a lot from it. Surely our visitor is an artist. FS2Y children can’t wait for the next visit.
DBGS Student Council organised a house bake sale where children from primary school were given the opportunity to buy baked goodies. The challenge was to make cakes decorated in house colours, and the house that sells the highest number of cakes wins the bake sale challenge and earns the biggest number of points! Thanks to teachers and students who helped and to parents for their contribution.
“Our Country’s Good” will be staged in the Mini Theatre. Performances start next Saturday March 25 19.00, and again during school hours on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday (26-28 March) time TBC.
“Our Country’s Good” is the remarkable true story of how, in 1788, convicts on the first fleet to Australia, rehearsed and staged a play (“The Recruiting Officer” – still performed today!). The modern-minded retired naval Captain, Governor Arthur Philip was fully behind the idea, even though he was opposed by many of his officers.