Reading Australia Competition

As part of Reconciliation Week Room 9 and 10 entered an art competition with Reading Australia. Jacob from Room 10 won 1st prize. He has won four books for the school. Fantastic effort Jacob!




Science Expo - Thursday 17th August

Closure of the Holiday Club Program at Northfield Primary School (27/3/2017)

Due to low demand for the School Holiday Program, the decision has been made to close the program effectively immediately.

Please note that the current Before and After School Care Program running at Northfield Primary School will continue to operate as usual with Before School Care operating from 7:15am to 8:45am and After School care operating from 3:10pm to 6:00pm each school day.

To find an alternate Holiday Club Program in your are for the upcoming school holidays, please visit https://www.campaustralia.com.au/HolidayClubs

If you have any questions in relation to this closure, please feel free to contact our Customer Service Team on 1300 105 343 (Monday-Friday from 8am to 6pm AEST).


Canteen News

New canteen menu with updated price list (15/2/2017) is available for download from here.


Seesaw

This year Northfield Primary School is using the app called Seesaw. This allows students and staff to send examples of student learning digitally through app. It is available for free from the App Store and Google Play. You only need an internet connected device to gain access. It is private and secure. You must have signed a consent form for the school to publish your child’s learning. This form has already gone home but please see the class teacher for another one. Further questions can be directed to the class teacher or Rob Varley. More information is available at http://web.seesaw.me/


Labs'n'Life

Labs'n'Life was established in 2007 and has since grown to provide 20 programmes each week covering schools in the Northern, Western, Southern and Country school districts.

At Northfield, the programme commenced in Term 2 this year and provides some of our targeted students with the opportunity to experience success and gain confidence whilst learning how to form and build relationships. The students work with the same dog each Wednesday afternoon. The Labradors use a collection of techniques to provide an environment that supports calming responses to situations, working in co-operation with others, sharing ideas and friends, providing cuddles when needed and the ability to play without restriction. More information can be seen at the Labs'n'Life website: https://www.labsnlife.com. Working with the Labs'n'Life dogs has produced excellent results for our students and so we hope to continue this valuable addition to our school programme.