Interschool Sport Results – Round 3 VS Roxburgh Homestead PS

ROUND 3 Roxburgh Homestead PS   Greenvale PS  
Basketball OPEN 21   31 WIN
Basketball GIRLS 4   34 WIN
Volleyball OPEN 0   2 WIN
Volleyball GIRLS 0   2 WIN
Tee Ball OPEN 14   17 WIN
Tee Ball GIRLS 16   15 LOSS
Cricket OPEN 33   149 WIN
Cricket GIRLS 79   81 WIN
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Greenvale Cross Country 2020 – results

On Thursday February 20th, students in Years 4, 5 and 6 (with a few select Year 3s) participated in the Greenvale Primary School Annual Cross Country.

On a gloomy summers day, our school spirit was still high as students competed against each other across six races covering 2000 and 3000 meter courses, trying to win maximum points for their house.
The first placed student from every race was announced as the Age Group Champion and students placing in the top ten earning their place in the Greenvale Cross Country team.

Congratulations to the following Age Group Champions:
10 Boys: Charlie
10 Girls: Victoria
11 Boys: Jake
11 Girls: Isabelle
12 Boys: Ridha
12 Girls: Azra

The the overall House standings, we finished with the following results:
4th: Gellibrand, 78 points
3rd: Cumberland, 123 points
2nd: Woodlands, 124 points
1st: Oaklands, 153 points

Congratulations to Oaklands House for winning this year’s Cross Country.

Good luck to all members of the Cross Country Team as we go off to compete at District Cross Country in Term 2. Keep up the training and hard work!

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Interschool Sport Results – Round 2 VS Meadow Heights PS

ROUND 2 Greenvale PS   Meadow Heights PS  
Basketball OPEN 25   0 WIN
Basketball GIRLS 16   2 WIN
Volleyball OPEN 2   0 WIN
Volleyball GIRLS 2   0 WIN
Tee Ball OPEN 20   12 WIN
Tee Ball GIRLS 21   8 WIN
Cricket OPEN 193   32 WIN
Cricket GIRLS 56   25 WIN
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Interschool Sport Results – Round 1 vs St Carlo

ROUND 1 Greenvale PS   St Carlo  
Basketball OPEN 8   15 LOSS
Basketball GIRLS 6   30 LOSS
Volleyball OPEN 2   0 WIN
Volleyball GIRLS 2   1 WIN
Tee Ball OPEN 10   15 LOSS
Tee Ball GIRLS 18   14 WIN
Cricket OPEN 120   62 WIN
Cricket GIRLS 37   54 LOSS
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Greenvale Cross Country 2020

The Greenvale Cross Country will be held at School / Bradford Oval on Thursday February 20th beginning at approximately 9.15am and concluding at 11.00am. 

Every student from Years 4-6, as well as some Year 3 students will be competing for their house and for the chance to represent Greenvale in the district cross country. Students will compete against peers from their age group.

 The following distances will be run for each age group:

9/10 year old: 2km                          11 year old: 3km                               12/13 year old: 3km

Age groups are based on the age a student will be on the 31/12/2020. For example: all students born in 2011 or 2010 will be in the 9/10 year age group, all students born in 2009 will be in the 11 year age group and all students born in 2008 or 2007 will be in the 12/13 year age group.

We invite all parents and guardians to come and watch their children compete in the Cross Country
The following race times are approximate and subject to change.

·         9:30 AM 12 Years and over Boys.

·         9:35 AM 12 Years and over Girls.

·         9:50 AM 11 Year Boys.

·         9:55 AM 11 Year Girls.

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Hume City Council – Schools for Nature Project

This year Greenvale Primary School has been chosen as one of eight schools to participate in Hume City Council’s Schools for Nature Project. With funding from the Department of Education, Land, Water and Planning, we will be helping to improve biodiversity at our school by building an indigenous garden to attract butterflies, native bees and bugs.

During Semester 1of 2019, the Year 3/4 students learnt about living and non-things in Biological Science. They looked at the life cycles of plants and animals. The students also compared different areas in the school to see which contained more biodiversity, this being the assembly area and the front of the school. The students identified the front of the school as lacking in biodiversity, it was dry, barren and unattractive. The students decided that they would like to improve this area of the yard because it is the first thing people see when they arrive at our school. It would also be important to improve the biodiversity of this area with native flora and to attract more animal and insect species.

Our current Year 4 students will be assisting with the planting and progress of this garden. A report will be presented to Hume

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House Sport Captains 2020

Congratulations to our House Sport Captains for 2020.





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