Learning for all at Kendall Public School

Raising the flag: Imogen and Charlie raising the flag at Kendall Public School, where quality education is provided in an environment where children feel happy and safe.

Raising the flag: Imogen and Charlie raising the flag at Kendall Public School, where quality education is provided in an environment where children feel happy and safe.

During Education Week, Kendall Public School will be having a display of students' artwork at the iKew centre.

The School Open Day is on Friday, August 4 and the classrooms will be open from 9.15am until 9.45am for parents and carers to visit. 

This is a time when students can show their parents all the great things they have been doing in class throughout the year, they can look through their books and view their artwork. It is also a time parents can get involved in some literacy activities with their kids - read a book together, play a literacy based game, or see what the latest literacy computer activity students are interacting with.

At 9.45am there will be a mini concert in the hall with a selection of performances to entertain everyone.

The senior dance group will be performing the dance they are working on in preparation for the upcoming CHAFFS concert that will be held at the Camden Haven High School on August 16.

The choir will also be singing.

A group of talented body percussionists from Stage 3 called Sing-A-Boom-A-lele will also be performing their item they are preparing for the CHAFFS concert.

All students from Kinder to Year 2 will perform a very cute song for everyone.

The four finalists in the recent public speaking competition will read their speeches.  

At the conclusion of the concert, parents are welcome to stay and join their children for morning tea in the playground.