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ST Mary’s Primary School will welcome
10 new preps and a new teacher for the
2017 school year.
Prep teacher Marianne Cook was busy on
Tuesday morning settling her newest pupils into
school for their first day.
It was just as nerve wracking for new teacher
Danna Boulton who has joined the staff.
The school has also welcomed back Erin Hen-
derson who is returning to teaching after mater-
Starting the day: there is nothing like a morning tea party to kick off your first day at school
and at St Mary’s primary the new preps Shekinah, Lily, Samuel, Lilly, Xavier, Zahli, Hud-
son, Breanne, Seth and Bianca enjoyed their morning tea with their teacher Marianne Cook
who was happy to join in the fun.
Ten new preps
for St Mary’s
NEW prep students Dexter
Dent, Charlie Hall, Meg
Baldwin Bland and Scarlote
Guenther were welcomed
at the Woodside Primary
The school has a busy and ex-
citing start to the 2017 school year
with Year Six students commenc-
ing art lessons with local artist,
Justin will work with the chil-
dren during the term to create an oil
painting and along with art work
from across the school will form
a display to be staged at Yarram’s
Court House Gallery in the middle
of the year.
Year Five and Six will partici-
pate in a week long Canberra Camp
in early March and the school’s
digital technology program has
been further enhanced by the pur-
chase of a multi touch interactive
This technology promotes col-
laborative learning utilising the
latest in technology. Woodside’s
coding, or computer programming,
lessons will continue, building on
knowledge gained last year when
the children programmed Bee Bots
and utilised other programs such as
This proved so popular that the
lunchtime club had quite a waiting
list. Students will also be able to
further their use of the 3D printer
with the acquisition of a 3D scanner.
As well as all this activity students
will begin training for the Yarram
and district swimming sports which
are held in early this month.
THERE were 26 new preps welcomed
at the Yarram Primary School yesterday,
Tuesday, January 31 and they enjoyed
their tour of the school.
The school has a lot to look forward to in 2017
with a brand new school on the way and as stu-
dents headed back to school there were a few big
One obvious change was the new main en-
trance, constructed on Monday so work can com-
mence on the new school building in the coming
These new preps have been divided into two
groups and will be taught by Ashleigh Withing-
ton and Carey Marazzato Grady. Yarram Primary
students will be busy in the coming weeks as they
prepare for the annual Yarram Primary School
swimming sports and their participation in the an-
nual Tarra Festival parade.
DEVON North Primary School has a
Vanessa Wheeler has joined principal Helen
Dwyer at the school this year.
“Vanessa comes to us from Morwell and it is
great to have a new face at the school. Our enrol-
ments have remained steady and we are looking
forward to an action packed term one which will
include swimming lessons and getting ready for
the Tarra Festival,” Ms Dwyer said.
Welcome: Devon North Primary School stu-
dents Liam, Brodie, Talia and Nick welcome
their new teacher Vanessa Wheeler to their
school at Devon North Primary School.
Exploring: Yarram Primary School’s new preps explore the school’s playground on their
first day of school on Tuesday. The school has two prep/grade one classes this year.
Exciting times ahead
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