Streeton Primary School looks to the community for support to raise additional funds for extra items such as supplementary learning materials, books, resources and equipment. It is also necessary to assist with the ongoing maintenance of the premises and grounds and also to contribute to special projects such as our wonderful Permaculture Farm.
A dedicated team of parents and teachers each year compile a fundraising calendar to assist with these efforts. We hold the numerous events that bring the community together in a fun way while also raising these funds. If you would like to be part of our fundraising team please contact the office and your details will be passed on - we love lots of helpers and new ideas are welcome all the time.
UPCOMING SCHOOL EVENTS
COLOUR FUN RUN
On Friday the 1st of May Streeton will be holding a colour run through the school for all students. This fundraising event has been organised by the Junior School Council.
More information about this event will be sent home in the next few weeks both through the classroom and through the newsletter.
ANZAC Day Ceremony
Due to ANZAC Day being on a weekend we are looking at holding our ANZAC Day Ceremony on Thursday the 23rd of April.
More information will be included in the newsletter closer to the date.
We are already starting to look towards our school production, which will most likely held late term 3.
More information will be added as the year progresses.
For the most up to date information on upcoming school events, please make sure to read our school newsletter.
Bi-Annual School Production
Streeton Primary School stages wonderful whole school concerts with such enthusiasm and flair. Held bi-annually in the even numbered year, usually in term 3.
Past productions have included A Musical Marathon & The Olympics - Around the world in Song just to name our two most recent ones.
Stay tuned for upcoming community events.
Bi-Annual School Fair
Streeton Primary School looks forward to the fun and excitement that is our School Fair. Held bi-annually in the odd numbered years, usually in term 4.