Student helpers from Albany Rise Primary School share what they enjoy about Breakfast Club:
James: “I enjoy being a helper at Breakfast Club because it has helped me to organise my own breakfast at home. I like being in charge of kids when they arrive to have breakfast. I make sure they sign in the signing book at the front door and most importantly they wash their hands before enjoying the toast that Michaela has prepared for them. It’s lots of fun and I have met lots of new kids at the school.”
Saphira: “It’s nice to be a helper at Breakfast Club. It is especially welcoming for the new students at the school. It’s warm and kind – no one feels out of place. Free food for all!”
Nicholas: “Breakfast Club is a great place to meet new friends and have a laugh while enjoying breakfast together. It is a healthy way to start the day.”Read More »
We made wonderful Easter Hats with our Year 6 Buddies and got to show them off to everyone at the Easter Hat Parade! After the Parade our mums, dads and grandparents came back to the classroom to make an Easter Basket with us and then celebrated a great first term with a DELICIOUS morning tea!
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We had a great time at our very first Walk-a-thon! The sun was shining, the music was playing and we managed to walk 6 whole laps around our school, imagine how many we will be able to walk next year!!! Annnnd just to top things off, we even got an icy pole afterwards, what a treat!Read More »