Principal’s Update – Week 8

This term there have been many whole school events enjoyed by the school community.  With Book week, Science week, Athletics carnivals and One Big Voice, there has been a real buzz of activity for students, teachers and parents to experience.

I can share that I have been appointed as the Principal role for the rest of the year and look forward to leading the school for the remainder of 2021. Mrs Michelle Moyes has been appointed for the remainder of the school term whilst Mrs Tabitha Stewart is on leave.  Michelle is from West Leederville PS where she has been the Deputy Principal.  Mr Chris Lenferna will remain the PE teacher for the remainder of term 3 and we welcome Mr Ted Orzel back next term.

Out of School Hours Expression of Interest

I am pleased to share with you Zig Zags have been awarded the contract to continue as the Out of School Hours (OSH) provider for our school.  We look forward to a continued partnership with Zig Zags.

Duncraig’s Got Talent

The students have now nominated for the Duncraig’s Got Talent show.  This popular initiative has seen many students displaying outstanding courage to audition for this amazing event. Over the next two weeks students are auditioning with a dress rehearsal in week 2 and the main event to be held on 26 October at 1.45pm in the new undercover area.

Athletics Carnival

Recently on Friday 3 Sept, the students participated in a variety of events at our Athletics carnival.  In addition, they also engaged in jumps and throws events on 1 September.  Marri Park, being a public venue was a great facility to support the students and community to enjoy this amazing day.

The students displayed all our school values, in particular perseverance as they pushed through to do their best.  At the end of the day Green was the winning faction with gold second and red coming in third.  Congratulations to the following students who were runner up and Champion Boy and Girl

Year Champion Boy Runner Up Champion Girl Runner Up
3 Rm 12 Jake Rm 12 Noah Rm 7 Ellyse

Rm 8 Taylor

Rm 8 Marta
4 Rm 6 Dylan

Rm 6 Jeremy

Rm 6 Thomas Rm 6 Summer Rm 6 Tilly
5 Rm 4 Felix Rm 4 Connor Rm 3 Scarlett Rm 3 Nesheya
6 Rm 1 Cooper Rm 2 Cooper Rm 2 Julia Rm 2 Kate

Good luck to our students as they represent the school at the Interschool carnivals this Friday & Monday.

A huge thank you to Mr Lenferna for his leadership and organisation to ensure the running of the events.  In addition, a shout out to the commitment of the school staff who displayed excellent team work and endurance coordinating the day to support all the children.

Thank you to the P&C for their support in facilitating the fan stall, including hair spraying and the running of the cake stall.  Your commitment to raise money for the school and ensure our students make long lasting memories is appreciated.

Duncraig Netball

Congratulations to the Duncraig Primary School Year 6 netball team for successfully making it to the grand final this weekend.  Good luck.

Father’s Day Raffle

Thank you to the P&C fundraising committee and parent volunteers for running the Fathers Day stall, so that the students could buy something to give their dads on Fathers Day.

Merit Certificate Winners

Year Room Teacher Recipients
PP 14 Ms Phillips Hudson and Myra
PP 16 Mrs Cowton/Mrs Edwards Cameron and Eddie
1 17 Mrs Calton/Mrs Wass Max and Aisling
1 18 Mrs Spiers Ava and Olivia
1/2 13 Mrs Firman Daniel and Isabel
2 11 Miss Conway Zac and Lottie
2/3 12 Miss Collett Lennox and Adam
3 8 Mrs Orford George and Amalyn
3 7 Mr Miller Matthew, Joshua and Thomas
4 6 Mrs Watkinson/Mrs Adams Summer, Joao and Dylan
4/5 5 Mr Zanatta Cooper and Fearne
5 4 Mrs Finnie Owen and Amber
5/6 3 Mrs Stewart Seth and Wojtek
6 1 Mrs Garcia / Miss Coombes Issy, Tadhg and Leo
6 2 Mrs Jones / Miss Coombes Kate, Ezra and Kade
French Madame Wilderspin Kevin
Science Mrs Jackson Holly


Student of the Month

Year Room Teacher Recipient
PP 14 Ms Phillips Sawyer
PP 16 Mrs Cowton/Mrs Edwards Imogen
1 17 Mrs Calton/Mrs Wass Caris
1 18 Mrs Spiers Scarlett
1/2 13 Mrs Firman Ivy
2 11 Miss Conway Summer
2/3 12 Miss Collett Mitchell
3 8 Mrs Orford Ethan
3 7 Mr Miller Scarlett
4 6 Mrs Watkinson/Mrs Adams Alice
4/5 5 Mr Zanatta Molly
5 4 Mrs Finnie Audrey
5/6 3 Mrs Stewart Chloe
6 1 Mrs Garcia / Miss Coombes Sienna
6 2 Mrs Jones / Miss Coombes Jaxon

School of Thought

The year 6 students recently engaged in the School of Thought program.  The students attended Curtin radio (89.7FM) based in ECU Joondalup to participate in a radio program.

This opportunity allowed students to present their ideas on a collaborative project whereby they expressed their opinions to a broad audience.   Four students have been chosen to broadcast their chosen topics during a discussion format this week.


Sustainability at Duncraig

The chickens continue to be a wonderful addition to our school community providing a variety of learning opportunities for our students. The final build of the chicken coop is happening this weekend, which will provide a great space for our girls to move into when they are ready.  The grazing garden is being prepared with a bug box and sand bath also.  Thank you to Zig Zags for offering to pay for the chicken food for the year and supply automated feeders.

The students have begun collecting organic scraps for our composting and worm farm.  In future the chickens will also benefit from this sustainable practice teaching the students about sustainability.

During Spring, the team will be planting watermelons in the no dig garden to grow up an A frame to create shade for the chickens.  The watermelons will benefit from the soil rich in nitrogen from the chicken manure.

Thank you to the sustainability committee, Nadine (Science teacher), Di McKenzie and the parent volunteers for their commitment to ensure this project was able to go ahead.


A reminder that students return to school on Tuesday 12 October as Monday is our School Development Day. Another busy term ahead. View our calendar and save events to your online device.

A note from our Duncraig Eco Warriors

There’s no question Australia has a plastics problem. We use around 70 billion pieces of soft plastic each year and produce 2.5 million tonnes of plastic waste each year. That equals 100 kg of plastic per person.

And it’s getting worse – since the start of the COVID pandemic, there has been a larger demand for plastic bags and packaging.

With plastic use on the rise, we need to create a sustainable community that reduces, re-uses and recycles plastics.

Soft plastic is plastic that you can scrunch in your hand, and it can’t go in our recycling bins. This is because it easily gets caught in the recycling conveyer belt and can shut down the whole recycling system. Disaster!

Unfortunately, this means that soft plastics are often thrown out with our general waste, going straight to landfill and ending up in our oceans, rivers, parks and roadsides.

So, what can we do? First let’s aim to stop using soft plastics whenever we can.

  • we can choose reusable material shopping bags
  • we can put our recess, crunch and lunch straight in a container not a zip lock bag or cling wrap
  • we can buy big packets of snacks and share out our portions each day instead of using lots of small bags.

Here at Duncraig, we are collecting and recycling our soft plastic waste and taking it to Coles (REDcycle) where they reuse soft plastics to make furniture like bus stops and park benches.

*We have a challenge for you!

If you’re up for it over the next month we would like you to try and stop using soft plastic in your lunch boxes. We call this a ‘nude food’ lunchbox. Nude food is not wrapped in foil, plastic or commercial packaging. If you are successful in this challenge, please send us a photo of your lunchbox along with your name and classroom number to You will receive an eco-warrior sticker and 10 dojo points for participating! *

Thank you everyone, let’s look after our planet!
(information from Clean Up Australia)



Science Week

Wow what a week. This year’s theme was Food Different by Design. To kick the week off the year 6 leadership team helped Mrs Jackson make 10 minute ice cream in a bag. Every day in the Science room, the students from pre-primary to year six investigated how salt is used to lower the melting point of ice, thereby freezing the ice-cream quicker. All students had the opportunity to make and sample delicious home made ice-cream. This was a huge success and couldn’t have been achieved without the help of the year 6 leaders.

On Wednesday 18th August each class rotated with their buddy class through several highly engaging science workshops. Jacqui Batley and her team of PhD students from UWA taught the children how to extract DNA from strawberries. Tom Becker one of our parents who is a Curtin University lecturer taught the students how to test the chromatography of M&M’s. Ray Palermo taught the symmetry of fruit. Holly, one of year 4 students, confidently presented her dad’s work in the agricultural industry. Diann McKenzie created an engaging experience for the students teaching them about sustainability in our Kitchen Garden. The teacher ran a very popular workshop on blindfolded fruit tasting. Overall, the day and week was a wonderful way for the students to experience food science in the world around them.

Nadine Jackson

Science teacher

Principal’s Update – Week 6

One Big Voice

On 20 August, the Duncraig Primary School Choir performed at One Big Voice at the RAC Arena.  Over 7000 students and their families celebrated the joyous experience through the power of song during the mass choir performance. Our students performed alongside other primary students to create a harmonious sound, enjoyed by the families.  A special mention to Mrs Ruscoe for her passion and commitment in preparing our students for a confident performance and organising the event.

Book Week

Last week we celebrated Book Week.  The students enjoyed a variety of experiences throughout the week, with a fun dress up day on Where’s Wally Wednesday.  This aligned with the Book Week theme ‘Old worlds, New worlds, Other worlds’ with Wally appearing in every world.

During lunchtime the students went on a Where’s Wally hunt to find the hidden Wallys in the playground. These students were awarded a book voucher from our Book Fair.

Evan, Leo, Rafael, Zac, Logan and Marta.

Book Fair

The Book Fair was open last week with the students having the opportunity to purchase some wonderful texts. I know the right book can ignite a passion for reading, expanding the mind and nourish the imagination. I hope your children have some new books to inspire them.  Thank you to Mrs Key and the parent volunteers for organising this event to support the students and community.

Literacy Pro

The following students were awarded their Million Word pin at last week’s assembly. It is great to see the students motivated to read through this personalised reading resource.

  • Samira-Room 3
  • Jake-Room 5
  • Chris-Room 3
  • Alex-Room 3
  • Sasha-Room 3
  • Sports Carnivals

We are looking forward to the exciting events of Jumps and Throws, and the Athletics Carnival to be enjoyed by the school community.  This year the Athletics carnival will be at Marri Park.  There are some changes to some routines given the public venue.  Please see my recent connect message outlining the details.

The P&C will be supporting the organisation of the fan stall and the cake stall.

Fan Stall

At the old undercover area before school commences students will be able to purchase zinc and wrist bands for 50c-$1. In addition students will be able to get their hair sprayed for $2.

Cake Stall

If you are able to donate to the cake stall this would be much appreciated.  Please drop your baked delights at Marri Park at the cake stall.  The cake stall will be available for community to enjoy at recess.  There will also be a coffee van arriving at Marri Park in the morning.

Duncraig Dads Group

The Duncraig Dads are invited to Yanchep National Park (Lakeview Picnic Area) on Sept 18 between 10.00am-2.00pm.  Please RSVP to by the 8 of September if you plan on coming.

2021 Merit Certificates

Host class: Room 18 Date: Thursday 26 August 2021

Year Room Teacher Recipient Recipient
PP 14 Ms Phillips
PP 16 Mrs Cowton/Mrs Edwards
1 17 Mrs Calton/Mrs Wass
1 18 Mrs Spiers
1/2 13 Mrs Firman
2 11 Miss Conway
2/3 12 Miss Collett
3 8 Mrs Orford
3 7 Mr Miller
4 6 Mrs Watkinson/Mrs Adams
4/5 5 Mr Zanatta
5 4 Mrs Finnie
5/6 3 Mrs Stewart
6 1 Mrs Garcia / Miss Coombes
6 2 Mrs Jones / Miss Coombes
French Madame Wilderspin


Bonjour à tous ! 

I have recently been to two major professional developments.

The Teachers Of French Assoc (TOFA) and  Languages Big Day Out.

Each conference usually has up to about 100 attendees and are a great way for me to often show case the  excellent work our students are producing.

At the TOFA Conference I was able to show our Year 6 Calligramme work which really inspired French colleagues to return to their schools intending to try out this creative cultural task. Above I am seated with Mme Iri Mukwekwezeke who is the French teacher at Harrisdale Primary TDS School. 

At the Languages Big Day Out I was able to show our wonderful Year 6 brochure writing, hopefully inspiring and demonstrating to Primary French teachers how to create fun ideas that incorporate our new syllabus.

Languages Week is celebrated in the first week of August. This year the Year 5 students are bringing their IPads to class whereby we will research as manylanguages as possible highlighting the word  “Welcome”. Already in class we came up with “Bienvenue” for French and then amongst the class we listed Italian, German, Chinese, Mandarin, Arabic, Russian, Persian, Maouri and Portuguese ! That was amazing just sourcing amongst ourselves ! We will display our Language Week Posters in the Library in Weeks 4 and 5!

Enfin a big thank you to parents from  Year 5 and 6 who have written such useful and highly positive comments regarding their children’s  written French class work. It is exciting to send you samples to view.

Year 3 and 4 students are currently making posters for our French Room and many students are telling me that they are teaching younger siblings all their French at home !

Keep up the family French lessons Juniors!

Bonne semaine !

 Madame Wilderspin.

Classroom News – Room 13

We have been exploring line, patterns, shapes and colour in our art. After viewing abstract portraits by Pablo Picasso we created our own.

Recently we have been studying seasons. When visiting the front office over the next few weeks you will be able to view our rainy day landscapes.

Week 4 – Principals Update 2021

This term we are preparing for some big events at Duncraig Primary School, such as Science week, Book week, One Big Voice and the Athletics carnivals.

Science Week

We are looking forward to celebrating Science week focusing on the theme Food: Different by Design. It honors the United Nations International Year of Fruits and Vegetables and the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development. This Wednesday the students will be involved in interactive Science experiences with their buddies.

One Big Voice

Students in our school choir will be participating in the One Big Voice this Friday at Australia’s largest performance choir.  Open to all schools, public or private (Years 3-7), OBV culminates annually in 2 massive concerts at RAC Arena in Perth, Western Australia. Over 7000 students and their families celebrate in joyous affirmation of the life changing power of song.

Book Week

To celebrate Book Week this year, we will be hosting a range of activities during the week. The theme for this year is ‘Old worlds, New worlds, Other worlds’. To recognise the fictional character that appears in every world, the school will be hosting a ‘Where’s Wally Wednesday’ on Wednesday 25 August.  We are encouraging everyone to dress up with some Wally inspiration.

The Scholastic Book Fair is coming soon to Duncraig Primary School

The Book Fair coincides with all our amazing Book Week celebrations between

Monday 23rd of August until Friday the 27th of August 2021.

Book Fair open to all parents, grandparents and friends in the community once again.

We are so happy to be able to welcome you all back to view the Book Fair in person.

The Book Fair is a fantastic opportunity to purchase amazing books for your own children or as gifts for family and friends. Scholastic endeavour to provide books at all different price points so everyone can join in the fun.

All purchases directly help raise Rewards Points for the school to spend on new books for the library.

The students get so excited when the new books start flowing through the library and are quickly snapped up to borrow!

Please drop in and be a part of the fun of reading, books and Book Week!

Opening times are as follows:

August 23rd – 27th 2021

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings 8.30am – 9.00am

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons 3.00pm – 3.30pm

Linda Key
Library Officer

Interschool X country

The Interschool X country event has been postponed till 6 Sept, held at Davallia PS.

Safe on Social Cyber Safety Workshops

Last week students in Years 3-6, staff and parents had the opportunity to attend cyber safety workshops facilitated by Kristi from Safe on Social. Attendees were provided with overviews and advice on privacy settings, a range of social media apps, gaming and managing your digital footprint. These workshops promoted many conversations and discussions points for students and teachers and I’m sure it has promoted many conversations at home too!

Some interesting points to consider when you or your child are online:

  • The average age of an online gamer is 34-36 years old
  • Location services track all your locations and movements (switch off all location services and only switch on for those apps you want to track your location)
  • Nothing is ever deleted…even though it may be deleted from your device, app or account (remember that others you may be sharing with can screenshot anything)
  • Make sure you know what you are agreeing to when you create an online account
  • Supporting your child to have a positive relationship with their device is paramount (model this behaviour with your own device)
  • Never post photos or videos of others without their consent

I would like to acknowledge the support of the Duncraig Primary School P&C who funded the student and parent workshops and Tabitha Stewart for coordinating these events.

Open Board Meeting

We invite families and members of the community to come along to our Board Meeting in the conference room commencing at 4.30pm, 30 August.

The meeting is open to the public so you can see how our Board works and meet the members who are a crucial part of our school governance.

Merit Certificates

Host class: Room 12 Date: Thursday 12 August 2021

Year Room Teacher Recipient
PP 14 Ms Phillips Parker and Benji
PP 16 Mrs Cowton/Mrs Edwards Luka and Liam
1 17 Mrs Calton/Mrs Wass Fletcher and Thomas
1 18 Mrs Spiers Toby and Esther Rose
1/2 13 Mrs Firman Phoebe and Caelan
2 11 Miss Conway Milli and Zoe
2/3 12 Miss Collett Shardul and Jake
3 8 Mrs Orford Charlotte and Emilia
3 7 Mr Miller Oscar and Harvey
4 6 Mrs Watkinson/Mrs Adams Jamie and Caitlin
4/5 5 Mr Zanatta Jake  and Dione
5 4 Mrs Finnie Riley and Amber
5/6 3 Mrs Stewart Mitchell, Kevin and Tessa
6 1 Mrs Garcia / Miss Coombes Georgia, Isla and Jay
6 2 Mrs Jones / Miss Coombes Innis
French Madame Wilderspin Dean and Rachael
Science Mrs Jackson Savaii

Student of the month certificate recipients 2021

Date: Thursday 17 June 2021 Virtue: Respect

Yr Rm




14 Miss Phillips Kyle
PP 16 Mrs Cowton/Mrs Edwards Rachel
1 17 Mrs Calton/Mrs Wass Jack
1 18 Mrs Spiers Kassandra
1/2 13 Mrs Firman Olivia
2 11 Miss Conway Ivy
2/3 12 Miss Collett Saskia
3 8 Mrs Orford Marta
3 7 Mr Miller Kyla
4 6 Mrs Watkinson/Mrs Adams Olivia
4/5 5 Mr Zanatta Laura
5 4 Mrs Finnie Logan
5/6 3 Mrs Stewart Dean
6 1 Mrs Garcia/ Miss Coombes Courtney
6 2 Mrs Jones / Miss Coombes Matheo

Expression of interest process for an Out of School Hours Provider

Dear parents and community,

Schools are expected to run an open market expression of interest process for an Out of School Hours Provider, after a provider has delivered a service for 5 years consecutive.

Duncraig Primary School is seeking expressions of interest from licenced providers to deliver an Out of School Hour Care (OSHC) service from the school site, commencing September 20, 2021.

Duncraig Primary School has had an onsite OSHC service which is well utilised, and a highly valued service to the school community. In addition, having access to Vacation (school holiday) Care on the site through the OSHC provider is also supported by parents.

The expected enrolment numbers for 2022 is approximately 420 students. The school has a permanent room including a wet area for food preparation that will be available to the service provider.  The term for the licence agreement will be for a period of up to 2 years.

Licence Agreement

The successful provider will be required to sign a 2-year licence (right to occupy premises) agreement with the school. The licence agreement will include an agreed annual licence fee which is fixed for the period of the licence and not attributed to changing enrolment numbers for the service. Subsequent licence agreements may see the need to relocate the service within the school, as a result of the need to access classrooms due to increased enrolments.


This process is open to all interested providers. This will be advertised on our P&C Facebook and School website. Open expressions of interest are invited in the form of a written statement and should address the following:

  • Proposed hours of operation, including the likelihood of vacation care being offered;
  • Fees and charges for parents;
  • Annual Licence fee to be paid to the school;
  • Staffing ratios and arrangements;
  • Sample programs for before and after school and vacation programs;
  • Complaints policy and procedures;
  • Demonstration of previous/current service delivery in similar settings;
  • Any other information you wish to provide to support your EOI

After the closing date, all expressions of interest will be considered by the Principal, Deputy Principal and Manager Corporate Services of Duncraig Primary School and in consultation with the School Board. It is anticipated that this process will be completed by 10 September.

Expressions of interest must be submitted in writing and emailed using the details below:

Leah Clegg

Closing Date for EOI: 20 Aug

A Digital Technology Focus

Room 18 – A Digital Technology Focus for Term Three

This term the students of Room 18 will be developing their understanding of digital technologies.  They will be learning about digital hardware (printer, keyboard, mouse;) and software (PowerPoint, Google, messaging;). The students will develop their skills in the use of digital technology by accessing both tablets and laptops. They will learn to represent data in a variety of ways.  PowerPoint will be used as a tool to develop their skills to insert pictures, make changes to font, background, layout and design.  Cyber safety will also be a feature of the program such as the importance of not sharing personal information.  Our buddies joined us on at the beginning of the term to teach us how to turn on and login on laptops.  The students then had the opportunity to work collaboratively to explore the tools available on PowerPoint.  I would like to take this opportunity to thank Courtney Dingley for supporting the students this last semester to develop their understanding of coding with our class robot called Botley.

Principal’s Update week 2

Dear parents, caregivers and community,

Welcome back everyone to an exciting Term 3.  We have enjoyed the start to the term as we began with a productive School Development Day where the staff focused on whole school practices linked to our Schools Business Plan.  This term is looking busy once again with whole school and interschool carnivals, Science week, Book week and One Big Voice.  Please find our term planner here for your reference.

The oval continues to be in the growth phase of the restoration process, with students off this space until later in the term. Thank you to all parents for promptly returning permission to access Marri Rd oval for the interim. The final phase of the ceiling replacement will occur during the next school holidays to minimize disruption. Ceilings have been battened in the early years block for structural support.

Physical Education Teacher

We welcome Chris Lenferna to the Physical Education role whilst Ted Orzel is on leave for most of the term.  Chris is enjoying getting to know the students and the Duncraig community.

Cross Country

Last Friday the students displayed outstanding perseverance during the Cross Country event held at Marri Rd oval.  We managed to manoeuvre our way through the weather with students putting in their best effort to push through and finish their race.

Results from our Faction Cross Country Carnival will be used to determine selection for the Interschool Cross Country held on Tuesday, 10 August at Davallia PS. Parents will be notified shortly.

Parent teacher interviews

I’m sure you have booked your parent teacher interview for Wednesday 4 August.  On this day the school will finish for students at 12.50pm.  Parents are encouraged to collect their children at this time, however your child will be supervised after 12.50pm if you are unable to collect them. Teachers will be available for interviews between 1.20-6.00pm.

National School Opinion Parent Survey- Have your say!

The National Schools Opinion Survey (NSOS) has been shared with you to provide valuable feedback to assist in school improvement.  Schools are required to distribute this survey every two years to parents, staff and students (Year 5 and 6).  I am seeking your assistance to please complete a short survey that is designed to provide our school with data useful for fostering a positive learning and working environment that promotes academic success among all students. This survey helps the school to reflect on its practices and determine whether programs are effective at improving our school climate, and whether they continue to be relevant. It helps detail to us what the community thinks we are getting right, and what needs further enhancement. This data will to be analysed, shared with staff, our School Board and the community.

The survey is open now and will close on Wednesday 11 August at 3.00pm. Your valuable feedback is appreciated and will be used to guide future discussions in making this school a great one, now and for the future.

Safe on Social Media Parent Workshop

Parents, students and teachers will have the opportunity to engage in important learning about staying safe online in an ever changing 21 century world.

CLICK HERE for further information on Safe on Social Media and parents BOOK HERE if you wish to attend this event.

P&C Day WA

Friday 23 July was P&C Day WA.  I would like to take this opportunity to thank the wonderful hard work and contribution the Duncraig PS P&C commits to supporting our school.  We really appreciate all that you do throughout the school year to enrich the lives of the students and families.  You can learn more about joining the P&C at any time by finding us on Facebook or emailing the P&C President at

Merit Certificate Winners





PP 14 Ms Phillips Sophie and Emma
PP 16 Mrs Cowton/Mrs Edwards Ethan and Lily
1 17 Mrs Calton/Mrs Wass Charlotte and Elsie
1 18 Mrs Spiers Elliot and Luka
1/2 13 Mrs Firman Lucy and Sadie
2 11 Miss Conway Hunter and Quinn
2/3 12 Miss Collett Emmie and Keira
3 8 Mrs Orford Joshua and Jayden
3 7 Mr Miller Flora and Harlem
4 6 Mrs Watkinson/Mrs Adams Andy and Carys
4/5 5 Mr Zanatta Tayla and Harry
5 4 Mrs Finnie Conor and Felix
5/6 3 Mrs Stewart Tessa and Milla
6 1 Mrs Garcia / Miss Coombes Lucy and Jay
6 2 Mrs Jones / Miss Coombes Kalan and Summer
French Madame Wilderspin Abbie
Science Mrs Jackson Savaii