WEEK 6, Term 416th November 2016 (Wednesday)
- Valedictory Dinner
- Learn-To-Surf Camp
WEEK 7, Term 421st November 2016 (Monday)
- D/E Residential (Galston Gorge)
- Year 6, 2016 Graduation Dinner
- Year 7 Vaccinations
- Parent Connect Meeting
WEEK 8, Term 429th November 2016 (Tuesday)
- Sports Presentation Day
- Year 8 Incursion - Chinese Cooking Day
Term 1 28th Jan 16 to 8th Apr 16
Term 2 27th Apr 16 to 1st July 16
Term 3 26th July 16 to 23rd Sept 16
Term 4 11th Oct 16 to 8th Dec 16
Term 1: 31st Jan to 7th Apr
Term 2: 26th Apr to 30th June
Term 3: 24th July to 22nd Sept
Term 4: 10th Oct to 7th Dec
2016 Christmas Carols
From time-to-time students accidentally collect items of school clothing that belongs to another student. The most common articles are sports jackets, hats, jumpers and school blazers. Please check labels to see if your child is in possession of another student's clothing. We also strongly encourage families to write names on all labels so that they can be returned if lost.
Trading of swap cards, toys and food
We ask parents and guardians to be aware that students are not allowed to trade swap cards (Pokemon, Dragonball Z, football cards etc), toys and/or food at school.
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Private Music Tuition
ACC offers private music tuition on campus during school hours. If you would like to enrol your child in the tuition program, please click here
Year 6 Canberra Experience
The ACCMP inaugural Year 6 Canberra Experience was a life-changing excursion for students who visited our nation’s capital and participated in various learning opportunities about our nation’s history, the Australian political system, and developments in science and technology. The students visited the following important and exciting venues and sites:
- Parliament House
- Australian War Memorial
- National Electoral Education Centre
- Museum of Australian Democracy
- Australian Institute of Sport
- Royal Australian Mint
- Tour of Embassy & Lodge districts
- Mount Ainslie Lookout
We wish to thank the people at Parliament and Civics Education Rebates (PACERS). * Under PACER, students who learn about civics and citizenship in the classroom see their knowledge brought to life when they experience Canberra first hand .
We also wish to thank Macquarie Tours, and M&L McDermott Chartours for facilitating the excursion. A special thank you to Mrs Leigh McDermott who was our special parent helper for the trip and did an exceptional job. Lastly, thank you to Miss Mayo and Mrs Joseph for all their work and supervision and for making this experience a memorable one for students.
Mrs Rani Joseph & Ms Shelby Mayo
Congratulations to Nycora Fortt who placed 1st at the State Diving Championships on four different platforms. Another amazing achievement by our Year 4 ACC student. We look forward to supporting Nycora as he heads off to the Nationals.
Bethany Scott and Joshua Freeman attend the Riverstone High School Leadership Student visit to NSW Parliament House.