Wearing odd shoes is not for the faint-hearted. Sideways glances, accidentally going home with someone else’s shoe and visiting the dentist with odd sneakers are just three funny anecdotes shared by students who participated in our odd shoes day fundraiser… Continue Reading →
The City of Unley has a wonderful school holiday calendar full of fun activities to engage children and young people over the holidays. From whittling and weaving workshops with Nature PlaySA to chocolate making at Fullarton Park Community Centre, there is… Continue Reading →
Professor Adrian Piccoli is Director of the Gonski Institute for Education and a former New South Wales Minister for Education. His book 12 Ways Your Child Can Get the Best Out of School comes highly recommended and is available for… Continue Reading →
You may be interested to see how researchers have made a link between the number of books in a home and a student’s achievement in Maths and Science. Check out this infographic to find out more.
Unley Council have significantly subsidised this program for 8-11 year old boys. Held in our music room during the school holidays, this is an exciting opportunity for our students. The program is evidenced-based and combines physical activity and positive psychology… Continue Reading →
These netball clinics offer great value for money and an exciting opportunity to meet some Thunderbirds players. Register before Friday 14 June and receive a 10% early bird discount! For more information, click here.
There are only 56 places remaining to attend The Five Greatest Challenges for Parents information session here at UPS on 25 June. Dr Carr-Gregg will discuss what every parent needs to know about millennial parenting, including sleep, anxiety, online safety and other… Continue Reading →
The Year 1 students in Room 11 are developing their oral language skills and growing their vocabulary in our English lessons. With this ‘Morning Surprise’ image as a stimulus, they brainstormed describing words, suggested ideas of where the octopus may have… Continue Reading →
Educating school kids about the importance of recycling and keeping the environment clean is a great initiative that schools around Adelaide have embarked upon. I was very fortunate to be part of Unley Primary School’s collaboration with KESEB which took… Continue Reading →
We are thrilled to welcome child and adolescent psychologist and well-respected speaker Dr Michael Carr-Gregg to Unley Primary School on 25 June to talk with us about the five greatest challenges for parents. Michael is one of Australia’s leading authorities… Continue Reading →
‘Mindful Me’ is held every Tuesday between June 4 and July 2 with two classes: 3:45 – 4:45pm for ages 5 – 7 and 5:10 – 6:10pm for ages 8 – 10. The sessions aim to develop your child’s awareness… Continue Reading →
Parenting SA are hosting a free parenting seminar on Wednesday 22 May, 7-9pm at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Psychologist and parenting expert, Jodie Benveniste will talk about ways of encouraging positive behaviour in children that can promote their development and… Continue Reading →
Your child’s vocabulary is not a natural outcome of their age, or the number of years they have spent at school. While your child may incidentally learn some words as they progress through school, other useful and important words do… Continue Reading →