Fundraising for Others

Raaj & Femke Treuren may be young but that has not stopped them fundraising for premature babies and breast cancer in that last few weeks. Not content with the ‘Walk For Prems 2017’, they have now competed in the National Breast Cancer ‘Triathlon Pink & Fun Run’ that saw Raaj Swim 50m, Cycle 1 km […]

Lesmurdie PS Skip-off

Wednesday the 25th October was a very busy day at Lesmurdie Primary with the students lighting up the school red for Dyslexia awareness and participating in the whole school skip – off! It was fantastic to see a sea of red as students showcased their skipping rope talents practiced during Physical Education lessons. Many thanks goes […]

STIRK Athletics Carnival

On Friday 27 October, 96 students from Years 1-6 represented Lesmurdie at the Annual STIRK Inter-School Athletics Carnival. The Cheerleader Squad had a great routine and set the stage for all students to showcase their athleticism on the track in a variety of events involving jumping, throwing and sprinting. It was a fantastic day out for the […]

Year 6 Leaders

After a memorable tour to Sydney and Canberra, it has been wonderful to learn that our Year 6 students have been recognised for their exemplary behaviour and conduct during their visit to the Australian War Memorial. Well done Year 6! You have made our school community very proud.

Room 14 ‘iShow’

Room 14 had an ‘iShow’ at the end of Term 3 where the students showed their families the digital skills they had learnt this year.   The Year One students showed their families how to use some iPad apps and robotic devices. The afternoon was a success as most families were able to attend and […]

Year 6 Tour

After a visit to new Parliament House, a very tired but happy group of students and teachers have boarded their flight and are now winging their way home. The flight is on time for a 9.30 pm landing. Parents can collect their child in the Qantas Arrivals area of Terminal 4. Thank you to Ms Madafferi […]

Year 6 Tour

The final day on tour and the students were focused on last minute visits to arguably the most important buildings in the nation. The Australian War Memorial in Canberra commemorates the sacrifice of those Australians who have died in war. It was a very moving experience and will bring new understanding in the future at Anzac Day and […]

Year 6 Tour

After lunch our travellers headed to the summit of Mount Ainslie, where they were treated to a panoramic view of Canberra which clearly showed the amazing design of  Walter Burley Griffin, the American Architect who planned our National Capital. It was then on to the CSIRO Discovery Centre, where our students learned more about our […]

Year 6 Tour

A little slower out of bed today but dressed in their School Jumper our students headed to Government House, the official residence of the Governor General, Sir Peter Cosgrove, where Kayel was selected to sit in the GG’s chair in his study. It was then on to the National Capital Exhibition to learn more about Canberra […]

Year 6 Tour

After a relaxing drive to Canberra and a good sleep, our tour party were up early and keen to go exploring. Questacon was amazing, the Australian Institute of Sport was inspiring and the National Museum was full of fascinating displays.  Tonight the group visit the Dinosaur Museum to round off a very busy day.