During week 8 the Year 12 Drama students are presenting “SKOOL DAZE” a performance based on the 80’s play “All Stops Out”. The play is about the challenges of sitting the HSC, and its role as a rite of passage for young Australians. Our performance has been modernised to incorporate a South Australian setting, with added scenes sourced from other plays and scenes based on social media.Read More
Once again the EASTS Volleyball Program will be running the annual Quiz Night fundraiser on Saturday 12th August, from 6.30pm
Table bookings are available from our Finance Office. $120 per table of 10.Read More
Last Thursday 1st June, our 2017 Arts Showcase was presented to the community at the Hopgood Theatre. Highlights were the wonderful dance on display from primary and secondary students, our beautiful choirs and polished band, stunning vocal soloists including Year 6 Jayden P who has confidence beyond his years and Year 7 drummer Noah M who is performing at Year 12 standard. We also saw some innovation with hip hop dancer Vipop C interacting with a robot on stage, thought provoking short films and vibrant art works on display.
We were incredibly proud of how our students and staff all worked together to put on a great show. Thank you for the feedback from our audience sharing that they “felt humbled to be a part of the experience”.
Today we took the next steps towards Reconciliation with a wonderful festival held in the Rob Mutton courtyard. Students from Preschool to Year 12 had the opportunity to share in the experience, whilst having a wonderfully fun day in the sun.
In Science our Year 2/3 students have learnt about shelter; a basic need for all living things, and in History we have discussed how the Aboriginal people lived in Australia hundreds of years ago and connected closely with the environment. In our Technology lessons, students worked in pairs to design, built and test their own models of Aboriginal shelters, that were made from natural materials found in the environment.
J. Patterson and S. Lawrence – Year 2/3 Teachers
The Aboriginal Education team are proud to present you with our major Reconciliation event for 2017.
The REC Reconciliation Festival will be held in the Rob Mutton Courtyard on Thursday June 1st from 11:30 – 2pm.
This year’s festival includes:
- Arts and crafts
- Free native food tastings
- Live DJs
- Culture Cafe
- Bush Tucker BBQ
- Refreshing beverages
- Communal artwork
- Primary sports competitions
- Secondary Staff vs Students battle
Staff & Parents are welcome to visit at any stage from 11:30am – 2:00.pm
Contact : Tom Leverenz – Aboriginal Education Leader
Tickets are now on sale from the Hopgood Theatre box office for our Arts Showcase on Thursday June 1st at 7pm. Tickets are $10 Adults, $7. concession (pension and youth under 17) and children under 2 are free.
Ticket sales: HERE
Contact: Julie D’lima – Arts Coordinator
Hi everyone, I’m Kelly Townsend, the new Christian Pastoral Care Worker (CPSW) at REC.
I am a dedicated, honest, loyal, extremely positive and self-motivated person who feels very privileged and excited to start working with the REC community. I look forward to meeting many of you in time. My rostered days are Monday and Tuesday, 9.00am – 3.00pm.