Stu­dents con­tinue to grow

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KILCUMMIN STATE SCHOOL

WE ENDED Term 3 with a bang!

Stu­dents in Year 4-6 at­tended sports camp and en­joyed learn­ing about a va­ri­ety of dif­fer­ent sports.

They loved the games put on at the camp each night and made plenty of new friends.

Our Book Week pa­rade was a hit, with all stu­dents dress­ing up as their favourite book char­ac­ters.

We had witches, wiz­ards, mad-hat­ters, footy play­ers and min­ions!

Stu­dents have it their all and danced down the cat­walk, show­ing off their cos­tumes.

It was a won­der­ful day and we al­ready can’t wait un­til next year!

We con­tin­ued our fo­cus on writ­ing im­prove­ment – stu­dents re­flected on their goals and im­prove­ments made through­out the term while con­tin­u­ing to read their best work out on pa­rade each week.

We are look­ing for­ward to see­ing our stu­dents’ writ­ing con­tinue to grow through­out Term 4.

PHO­TOS: CON­TRIB­UTED

FANCY STRESS: Stu­dents in Year 3-6 show off their cos­tumes.

Issy dressed as Mary Pop­pins and re­ceived a prize for her out­fit.

Hud­son re­ceived a prize for dress­ing as a Min­ion.

Law­son col­lected his prize for best dressed boy in Year 3-6.

Mia came dressed as Alice in Won­der­land.

Lewis re­ceives his prize for best dressed boy in P-2.

Kash and Brady per­formed a lit­tle dou­ble act on the cat­walk.

Matilda, in Pre-Prep, dressed as the char­ac­ter from Thelma the Uni­corn.

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