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Book fair theme: 'Catch the Reading Bug'.
Where: In the Library
When: Tues, 5 Nov. – Tues, 12 Nov. 8:00 am – 4:00 pm; Starts 12:30pm first day Finishes 9:00am last day
Family Twilight Event: Thursday, 7 Nov. 6:00 – 7:30 pm
- Videos about bugs will be shown throughout the evening.
- Two $20 Lucky Door prizes will be announced during the evening.
- Treasure Hunt: Come and find our 20 reading bug images. (Where’s Wally style)
- Find the picture of a specific bug reading and write down its location on the entry form.
- The first two correct entries drawn at 7:00 pm will win 6 insect cupcakes decorated by one of our parents, Julie Kater
- Entrants to competitions don’t have to stay for the draw to win.
- Bug themed craft
- Relax, read, browse
- Cordial available for students
- Tea and coffee for adults
Our book fair is only successful because of wonderful volunteers. We will need help setting up and packing up, before and after school, during 1st and 2nd breaks and during the Twilight Event. First break, Junior School students will be allowed access; second break will be for Middle School students.
Here is the roster that you can view (make sure you have your school email account open) to see when help is needed and which spots are vacant. This is a live document so Jane will be continually updating it and all changes will be available to view by clicking on the link. New helpers are very welcome and the old hands always look after you!
If you can help, please email Mrs Peachey at email@example.com or call the Library on 3286 0213 with these details: your name, phone number, your best email address, time/s you are available, your child's name and class. We will enter your name into the time on the roster but keep your other details private.
Complimentary tutoring is available for students in years 6 to 12, with sessions running from 3:30pm - 5:00pm Monday - Thursday in the upper Library.
Tutoring is staffed by alumni, with a range of skill-sets available each day covering Humanities, Maths and Sciences. The list below shows the subjects which will receive tutoring assistance each days.
Tutors are also happy to help with organisation for assessment and study habits.
Students are asked to sign in and out via the iPad terminal located upstairs. Any queries can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
Redlands College is offering students from Grades 3 – 12 the opportunity to enjoy
the exciting game of chess as a co-curricular activity. Playing chess can strengthen
problem solving skills; enhance memory and concentration; teach logical, critical and
sequential thinking; and demonstrate the importance of decision-making and
consequences. This will be run by a coach from Gardiner Chess and the students will
learn tactics and strategies as well as playing games. There may also be the
opportunity to represent the College at inter-school competitions throughout the year.
This activity will take place after school from 3.15 pm - 4.15 pm on Thursday afternoons in the Library. Junior School Students will need to be collected by their parents from the library.
Teacher to contact – Mrs Leisha Bradshaw. Email: Lbradshaw@redlands.qld.edu.au
Middle and Senior Library 8 am - 4 pm
Junior Library 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
(Junior students may come in with parents to borrow books from 8:00 am to 8:30am and from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm).
(Centre) Mrs Jane Peachey - Library Services Coordinator and Junior School Teacher Librarian
(From left to right): Ms Jan McLeod - Library Technician
Mrs Ruth Morgan - Library Technician
Mrs Tracy Nahrung - Library Technician
Ms Annette Dale - Senior School Teacher Librarian
Mrs Haylee Buckle - Librarian
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