Recently, the UPS Education & Wellbeing Committee invited Madhavi Nawana Parker, founder of Positive Minds Australia, to speak to our school community about resilience, confidence and wellbeing. Madhavi explained that resilience and confidence are skills that can be taught and… Continue Reading →
Thursday 22nd of September will be a one-off national public holiday to mark the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This means schools, preschools and OSHC services will be closed.
As you may be aware, I have a new role in the library this year. This Literacy role consists of targeted focus groups around comprehension and reading skills. The Inquiry part of the role enables year levels to participate in… Continue Reading →
Thanks to the wonderful turn out of parents this morning who joined us for our first coffee and chat session. Click here to download some slides from this morning’s session that families may find useful when supporting their child/ren’s wellbeing…. Continue Reading →
Congratulations to those students that entered the Oliphant Science Awards this year. We have a number of students that worked very hard, either in a team or individually, to create their entries this year. We had some great projects across… Continue Reading →
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To celebrate Book Week and the theme ‘Dreaming with Eyes Open’, Uncle Tamaru is visiting Unley Primary School. Uncle Tamaru is a Kaurna elder, who is skilled in teaching students and adults traditional Kaurna symbols used in Kaurna artwork and Indigenous… Continue Reading →
Please note that the date of our Footy Pie Day has changed to the 19th of August to coincide with the Showdown.
Commencing next week we will be collecting goods for the Foodbank Food Drive. They are in need of tinned soup, tinned tuna and rice but any long life products are welcome. Donations can be placed in classroom collection boxes.