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Ms Sue Hill Weekly Update: 29th May

29 May 2015

Pirates Versus Mermaids, our MP1 production was held this morning at TX. What a fantastic, colourful performance from the children as they told the story of    Captain Scarypants who was afraid of water. Luckily, the mermaids were able to help Captain Scarypants to overcome his fear by teaching him to swim. The   mermaids and pirates settled some of their differences however the debate remained…who is better, the pirates or the mermaids? The super costumes and props really helped bring the show to life; thank you to our very creative and    talented teaching assistants. Thank you also to the class teachers and Mr Robbie who worked very hard to develop our young stars and prepare them for the stage.

Our Year 6 children are enjoying an action-packed adventure in Gopeng this week. Since departing on Monday morning, they have been flat-water rafting, trekking, caving and have enjoyed the high ropes in mountain school. I look forward to welcoming the explorers back to school on Monday, hearing about their tales and sharing photos of their activities.

Ms Sue Hill, Head Teacher

Blogs are an important tool for communication at TX. Each class has its own blog with lots of information about upcoming events, homework and photos of what has been going on in the class and Milepost.  My old blog had over 70,000 page views, so I know that many found it useful.  At BIS, we have tried to bring all the blogs together so you can access them in one place –  BIS HUB.

Each week, photographs of performances and events will be added to the HUB - I have added some of today’s performance of ‘Pirates Vs Mermaids’, and a link to a gallery with over 130 photos.  Please feel free to download any of your child.

Mr. Ian Battersby, Deputy Head of Tu Xuong Primary Campus