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- Rukhsana Ashraf
This year the selection of all activities for the Under Eights Day was well thought-out. The varied activities catered for all learning styles. Students’ engagement in a range of experiences saw them to celebrate their learning.
My sincere thanks to all Prep, Year 1, Year 2 teachers, teacher aides, Arabic and Islamic teachers for putting so much effort in organizing activities for under 8s day celebration. Special thanks go to Mrs Sharyn Jackson who ensured that setting up for activities is perfect.
Jumping Castle and Face Painting captured our students' attention again. Thanks to Ms Donna Akers for her bright ideas.
Thank you to all our amazing parents for their time in running the activity.
- Amena El-Haj
Please note the slight change to the uniform shop opening hours during Ramadan.
Tuesdays 8am to 9am and 1:30 to 2:30
Thursdays 8am to 9am and 1:30 to 2:30
An information session was conducted for Years 2-6 teachers by Patrick Bruck from Educational Assessment Australia (EAA), regarding how to best understand and use the ICAS data.
The session covered identification of curriculum strengths and weaknesses, tracking student growth at an individual, cohort and school level.
Parents can access their child’s reports online to track his/her performance as s/he progresses:
- Rukhsana Ashraf
The After School Care Program is managed by Camp Australia at ICB for Prep to Year 6 which is held from 3:40pm – 6.00pm and during Ramadan from 2:40pm.
It is provided for child protection and safety as is required by Child Protection and Safety Acts as there is no teacher supervision after 3.40pm.
It is compulsory for all parents to register with the program. There is no fee charged for registration. Fee will be charged on use of their services.
For registration go to: www.campaustalia.com.au
- Sam Hurst
On the 3rd of May 2016 ICB entered students to compete at the District Cross Country, where students were required to complete a 3km running track. Whilst our students didn't receive any placing's, they represented the College with pride, determination and a "never give up" attitude. They should be very proud of themselves.
- Christina Colanis
Brisbane City Council Libraries Gold Star Reading Club
The Gold Star Reading Club will kick off in Council libraries across the city on Tuesday 3 May 2016.
There are five great reasons for children to get involved in the 2016 Gold Star Reading Club.
- Membership to the Gold Star Reading Club is FREE!
- The Gold Star Reading Club can help children improve their reading and literacy skills.
- Children will be rewarded for reading with exciting monthly incentives – a bookmark, a bubble pen and a library bag.