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Book Week

Last week, the Year Three students celebrated book week. It was an exciting day full of book related activities. We ended the day with a fun book parade and the much-loved book characters came to life, as they walked and waved past the parents and classmates. Thank you to Ms. Asuncion and the rest of the staff for organising such an enjoyable day. Congratulations to Celina and Oscar for winning Best Costume in Grade Three!

Here are some of the student’s experiences:

I dressed up as George, from George’s Marvelous Medicine. My favourite part was the parade because I liked it when we walked around to show off our costumes’ – J. D

‘My favourite part of Book Week is that I got complimented on my costume. I think my costume really fits my personality. Book Week was fun because we did lots of activities. My favourite part was the book report about our favourite books.’ – Z. A

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Term 1 Year 3 Class Captains

It is our pleasure to introduce our Grade 3 Class Captains for Term 1! Congratulations to the following students:

3EB: Zaineb Azzam and Zain Moughainie

3EW: Efsa Arik and Emre Yusuf

3WR: Kasia Chamberlain and Cody Liddicott

3SM: Leonardo Barbosa and Tugba Kul

These students have been voted by their peers to be the leaders of their class and to represent the grade 3 cohort. We look forward to seeing these students grow as role models and to demonstrate the school values of respect, responsibility honesty, resilience and learning.

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Greenvale Give Generously

Greenvale Giving – A Big Thank You

The Student Voice team would like to thank the Greenvale Primary School community for their generous donations for Greenvale Giving.

New books, toys and loose change were collected at school throughout October and November to donate to less fortunate children through The Smith Family Toy & Book Appeal. We were overwhelmed by the response as follows:

548 Books

29 Toys

$81.75 in small change

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Thank you again to all of those that supported this worthy cause.

Sophie Chilton

On behalf of the Student Voice team


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Year 3 Sleepover

Our students all had a fantastic time during our Year 3 ‘Sleepover’ on Friday October, 14th. They were kept busy during the day and demonstrated how ‘Greenvale kids are Great’ by displaying their kind, courteous and gracious behaviour while visiting the United Cinemas, Craigieburn and Airborn trampoline park in Roxburgh Park.  Both venues did a fantastic job of looking after us and we were very appreciative.

Once back at Greenvale Primary school, the students were spoilt with a lovely afternoon tea and some scrumptious pizza dinner from My Mates Pizza, in Glenroy. Of course there were a few nerves but overall the students were amazing during what was their first night away from their family. Well Done Year 3s!


Year 3 Sleepover

By Nathan La Motta 3WR

On Friday the 14th of October 2016 the year 3s had a sleepover. It was an awesome day with over 100 kids and lots of activities.

First off, we went to the movies and watched ‘The Secret Life of Pets’.  We had popcorn and a drink. The movie was very funny and also very silly. It ended with a cliff hanger. The cinema staff were funny, fabulous and friendly – they

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Term 4 Class Captains, 2016


On behalf of the Greenvale Community, I would like to recognise and congratulate all students who have been Term 3 Class Captains. It was pleasing to see the leadership skills of these students continue to grow throughout Term 3 of our school year and set the example for our future leaders.

As we commence Term 4, the leadership journey begins for a new group of students in Year 3, 4, 5 and 6. We would like to congratulate the following students and wish them the best of luck as they challenge their abilities as leaders within their classroom and within our school.

Year 3AK       Mehmed Karazoglu Imogen Whittaker Year 3EB              Finn Cook      Roxanne Rosella Year 3SM           Michael Scifitto Justyne Nicola Year 3WR          Christian Salvo          Tasneem Khan
Year 3/4S              Joel Matthew       Imogen Ladiges Year 4EW             Ibrahim Elmohadis Maysa Ahmed Year 4KK              Cody Nichols          Noor Odah Year 4MP             Sean Nugent         Eden Angelopoulos
Year 5AB            Thomas Le            Rhiannon O’Keefe Year 5RW          Robbie Bux            Taliyah Sankari Year 5SC              Kade Munro           Sienna Togatuki Year 5/6H           Bailey Bogdanovic Amanda Patto
Year 6BM             Aiden  Gorman        Riley Anderson Year 6GT              Zack Davis            Indiana Stan Year 6LD       Michael Mayne Anastasia Souroulias TERM 4,
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Drawing and Photography Competition

Drawing and Photography Competition

On Monday the 15th of August, at Assembly, the winners of the drawing and photography competitions were announced. The winners in each category were awarded with certificate and prizes.

There were an overwhelming number of entries and it was very difficult for the Student Voice team to choose. Thank you and congratulations to everyone who entered. The winners and their art work are listed below:

Year 3/ 4 photography competition:

1st Jessie A 3AK


2nd Aylin 3SM


3rd Roxanne 3EB



Year 5/6 Photography competition:

1st Claire H 6LD


2nd Ben S 6GT


3rd Janan 6BM


Foundation to Year 2 drawing competition:

1st Violet P 2NM


2nd Dumini 1ML


3rd Melisa Y 1MO


 Year 3/4 Drawing competition:

1st Noor 4KK


2nd Jasmine 3WR


3rd Nicholas 3SM



Year 5-6 Drawing competition:

1st Maddox 6LD


2nd   Thevan 5SC


3rd Zoe 5RW



The winning entries will be displayed in the corridor near the library.

Congratulations again to all of the students who entered!

Sophie Chilton, on behalf of the Student Voice team.







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First Contact/Indigenous Presentations

Students across Year 3 collaborated in Term 2 to create amazing PowerPoint presentations with images and information they had researched.  Some students went beyond the task requirements and began to explore the audiovisual aspects of the application.  Some great examples are attached.

Jacob and Raneem

Jasmine and Brodey

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