Back to Bay is postponed until next year – so come along to our 20th Anniversary mini fete

1998: Past students celebrate with cake, now it is 2018 and time for a mini fete

1998: Past students celebrate with cake, now it is 2018 and time for a mini fete

Tin Can Bay P-10 State School news

Unfortunately the Back to the Bay was postponed due to extremely bad weather. To celebrate 20 years since the new school was built, a Mini Fete will be held at the school hall on Tuesday November 13 starting at 3pm.

There will be student competition finals including Just Dance, Who’s Got Talent, handball and wearable art.

Come browse the stalls in the breaks and pick up a bargain with plants, books, cakes and arts/ crafts up for grabs, otherwise have a go at the bottle stall.

Meals deals will be available including soft drink and snag for only $3. Entry is free – parents and community members are welcome.

There is no date set yet for the Back to Bay but organisers are planning the event early next year. They send a big thank you to everyone involved for their huge effort, and a thank you to the businesses – all donations will be ready for the new date. Stay tuned, a date will be announced soon.

Awards Evening

The time is nearly here that all the hard work and commitment students put in over the year is recognised. The Annual Awards evening will be on Tuesday November 27 in the school hall.

Results from Semester 1 and Term 3; with a focus on grades in English, Maths, science and history/geography, will be used to determine the recipients of the Academic Excellence, Academic Achievement and Merit for Excellence and Behaviour awards. There will also be presentations for sport, cultural and citizenship achievements.

Supported Play

Social skills are a must for not only school life, but well into adulthood beyond the curricular years. Supported Social Skill (Supported Play) is a program where students learn social skills so they can interact appropriately in social settings.

Teachers co-regulate with students until they are able to self-regulate emotions and behaviour while making appropriate choices when dealing with difficult social situations. For more information contact Mrs Lewis or Mrs Honeywill.

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