Student Eligibility - 10 yrs. of age and over boys and girls, in year level 5,6 or 7. Those students that are in year 4 and are 10 years of age and play golf regularly may seek permission to play from Golf SA.
Event Info Date – Friday 10 May Time – register in from 9.00am, concludes 2.30pm approx.
Venue – Victor Harbor Golf Club, Inman Valley Rd, Victor Harbor
Contact Person – Ray McGrath
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
• Includes skill development and play on a modified course.
• Parents please drop off and collect students from Venue. Parents are most welcome to attend on the day and may be needed to assist students on course in the afternoon.
• Students need to bring own lunch
• Participation fee: Free
Parents, if your child is interested please email the information below to: email@example.com by Wednesday 1 May
Date of Birth
School and Grade
Parent Name, Phone number and email
Congratulations again to Ava, April, Harry and Mia who represented our Southern Fleurieu District in swimming at Marion Swimming Centre on Friday 29th March. By all accounts they had a great day and really enjoyed the experience.
It was great to see everyone dressed in their colours, giving 100% effort and being flexible with the adjusting plans as the weather declined. Congratulations to Knights for coming first, Commodore second place, Freeman third and Boomer fourth. Thank you to all the organisers, helpers (students, staff and parents) and volunteers on the day. Thank you to the Victor Harbor High School Yr 8 and 10 students, mentored by teacher Simon Harris, who assisted beautifully again this year. We are very grateful for this ongoing, outstanding support. Also, thanks to Investigator School for allowing Ellie and Maggie to attend to support a JP class and run events. Congratulations once again to our amazing House Captains who have done a fantastic job all term and on the day. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves, despite the windy conditions. Please feel free to send feedback to the school to be considered for next year.
Sapsasa District Athletics Day
Athletic trials that were being held in PE lessons and Break times have now been finalised. We will have 30 students participating in our school Athletics team, who will compete at Victor Harbor Primary against the other schools in our District on Wednesday 1st May, Week 1 Term 2. Events are 100m, 200m, 800m, long jump, high jump, shot put and discus. Practices are being offered at designated Break times for participating students. More information was sent home this week with the participants.
Sapsasa Cross Country Wednesday 8th May
Students aged 10-13 have been invited to nominate and attend practices for the Cross Country event to be held at Kent Reserve Wednesday 8th May (Week 2 Term 2). More information will be sent home soon with interested students.
Southern Fleurieu District Girls and Boys Softball trials information
Students have been informed of the opportunity to nominate to attend trials with the possibility of being selected in the Sapsasa District Softball team. If selected the student will play softball against other district teams at the School Sport SA Sapsasa State Carnival later this term. If you require further information please speak to Trina at school.
On Thursday 14th March our 2 Year 5/6/7 Girls' Football teams played in a 9 a side carnival at Strathalbyn. The girls enjoyed the opportunity to play football and learn more about the game, team work and sportsmanship. Thanks to coaches Brandon, Shaun, Ruben and Kobi. Thank you to the adults who helped supervise on the bus trip there and back, at the oval and also, for supporting and cheering us on.
On Thursday 14th March our 2 Year 5/6/7 Girls' Football teams will play in a 9 a side carnival at Strathalbyn. Notes have been sent home with interested players and practices are occurring at Break times. We wish the girls well.
The 2019 House Captains and Yr 3-7 SRC were involved in a Student Leadership Day held at PEPS on Friday Term 1 Week 5, the 1st of March 2019. Trina, Karen, Kate and Brenton along with guest speaker, Ashley Manuel from Growing With Gratitude, held presentations, and ran workshops and team building activities with the students. The themes of the day were focussing on gratitude, resilience, self belief, ownership, empathy, appreciating others and the skill of reframing. The students then set goals to help them be effective leaders who “make a positive difference” to PEPS in 2019.
By all accounts, the students really enjoyed this opportunity and demonstrated a lot of gratitude towards Ashley and the PEPS staff who organised and ran the day.
Port Elliot Primary School has received 12 month free access to the Growing With Gratitude program fully resourced online. The students and staff will have access to this to further develop these leadership skills and personal qualities.
Families are also able to access the Home Grown Gratitude program. The login for Home Grown Gratitude - Family version of Growing With Gratitude is:
https://go.growingwithgratitude.com.au/familymembership-area (must login from this URL)
(the email login is made up, the purpose of the email is purely for login)
Password: family (all lower case)
If you would like more information re the Growing With Gratitude program feel free to contact Ashley on the details below:
+61 (0) 405 188 355
The SAPSASA Swimming carnival was held on Monday 25th February at Strathalbyn Swimming Centre. We had 14 students compete and represent our school. Our school finished 3rd for the day, with EFS and Victor Harbor Primary in 1st and 2nd place. 10 schools competed overall.
Well done to the students for trying their hardest and achieving their best result on the day. We had many place getters, with 5 students being invited to represent our Southern Fleurieu District at the State Sapsasa swim meet in a few weeks, at Marion Aquatic Centre. Congratulations to Ava, April, Keat, Harry and Mia. We wish you all the best.
Some results were - 50m Freestyle: 1st Keat & Mia 2nd April & Harry 4th Ava
- 50m Backstroke: 2nd Harry 3rd Keat & Ava 4th Maddi 5th April & Ethan 6th Ella
- 50m Breatsroke: 2nd Harry and Ava 6th Jade
- 50m Butterfly: 2nd Harry, Keat and Ava 4th Jade
Congratulations to all and thanks again to all our adult helpers on the day.
The 2019 House Captains and Yr 3-7 SRC will be involved in a Student Leadership Day held at PEPS on Friday Term 1 Week 5, the 1st of March 2019.
Trina, Karen and Kate along with guest speaker, Ashley Manuel from Growing With Gratitude, will be holding presentations, running workshops and team building activities with the students. We will be focussing on gratitude, resilience, self belief, ownership, empathy, appreciating others and the skill of reframing (Teaching students how to see things for a more positive point of view).
At the conclusion of the day the students will focus on things that inspired them from the day and discuss what hurdles as leaders they think they may face (e.g. time constraints, confidence, etc) and come up with ideas and strategies to assist them address these challenges.
The students will then set goals individually, and as a team, to help them be effective leaders who “make a positive difference” to PEPS in 2019.
Port Elliot PS will receive 12 month free access to the Growing With Gratitude program fully resourced online. The students and staff will have access to this to further develop these leadership skills and personal qualities. Families will be able to access the Home Grown Gratitude program, also.
If you would like more information re the Growing With Gratitude program feel free to contact Ashley on the details below.
+61 (0) 405 188 355
In Week 1 this Term, students born in 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006 were offered the opportunity to try out for a spot in our school Sapsasa Swimming team. The carnival is to be held in Week 5 on Monday 25th February at Strathalbyn Swimming Centre. Please make sure all forms are completed and brought back to school as soon as possible. Tara Irvin is kindly coordinating this for us so thanks to Tara for organising this opportunity. If you need further information about this carnival please contact Trina at school.
Our school Sports Day has been set as Term 1, Week 10, Friday 5th April 2019.
Next week students will begin practicing Team activities and talking about Sports Day chants and the warm up activity. Every student should soon know which House Team and colour they are in. If you need to purchase a top for the day so that your child can be dressed in their Team colours, please speak to Jo or Judy in the office.
Congratulations to all the students who ran for 2019 House Captain. The students who were voted in by their peers to represent them this year at Sports Day and throughout the year are:
Boomer: Amber S, Jade, Daniel, Cohen
Commodore: Sasha, Mia, Jackson, Josh
Freeman: Poppy S, Poppy W, Ruben, Brandon
Knights: Amber B, Ella, Sebastian, Kai
These students have started preparing for Sports Day, have organised the new team chants (please refer to this website for copies of the chants to practice at home), are working on the warm up and are coordinating recess and lunch time activities. A busy, productive start to the year.