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Colour for Cancer Day

The annual Colour for Cancer day was held last Thursday with great success. Students donated a gold coin for the right to take part and dressed in some of the most outrageously colourful items we have ever seen.

Prizes for the most colourfully dressed were awarded to students from each year level but all students should be congratulated for taking part so enthusiastically and raising money for such as excellent cause. A fabulous total of $754.50 was raised.

A special thank you goes out to the hard working group of Year 6s and Miss Anderson for coordinating the day. You should be very proud of the awesome achievement!

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Junior School Councilors 2015 Inducted

In a special assembly on Tuesday we welcomed Federal MP Jenny Macklin, the Hon. Member for Jaga Jaga, to Ivanhoe East PS to induct our Junior School Councilors for 2015. Ms Macklin spoke of the qualities of good leadership and how pleased she was to see our young people taking the lead in important social issues at a local level. She encouraged all of our students, especially those in Prep to Year 3, to aspire to become leaders like their peers.

Junior School Council Co-Presidents Adam and Allegra spoke on behalf of the council of their pride after being elected and promised to work hard for students to ensure IEPS remains a wonderful school. They presented Ms Macklin with flowers to thank her for taking the time to visit IEPS and award the Councilors their badges.

The Junior School Councilors for 2015 are:…

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Year 4 Hands On Science Incursion

Year 4 Hands On Science Incursion

The Year 4 students welcomed Hands On Science to IEPS on Wednesday for an incursion titled Our Changing Earth. Students explored the natural processes of weathering and erosion, types of rocks and the rock cycle and the effects of different human activities on the earth’s surface. The students found the presentation highly engaging and couldn’t thank the presenters enough for their visit.

Curtis from 4A reflected:…

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