Tuesday 15 December
- Christmas Market 5.00pm – 7.00pm
- Christmas Sing-a-Long 7.00pm – 8.00pm
Wednesday 16 December
- Year Six Farewell Assembly 9.30am-10.30am
- Parents and Friends meeting 7.00pm – 8.00pm
Thursday 17 December
Friday 18 December
- Final day!! 2.30pm dismissal
School resumes for children in Years 1-6 on Thursday 28 January 2016
Foundation children begin on Monday 1 February 2016
Tuesday 15 December is our annual Christmas market from 5pm – 7pm with a whole school Singalong the follow 7pm – 8pm. Vouchers for the market are available from the school office, or on the day. No cash will be used to purchase items on the day, so the vouchers are a necessity.
Vouchers are sold in books of 10 for $5. Generally 3 to 4 books are recommended. This is an alcohol free event.
This year we have a large number of stalls including some exciting firsts for our event :
Basketball – Soccer – Zooper Doopers – Petting zoo – Jaffa smash – Mystery jars – Face painting – All things Christmas – Hair spray – Finger nail painting – Guess lollies – Meat tray raffle – BBQ sausages – Choc tops – Lolly bags – Jelly cups – Mini golf – Lucky dips Fishing – Drinks & Slurpies – Cup cakes – Photo booth – Second hand uniforms -chocolate crackles – Henna hand art – Fairy floss – Second hand toys.
The canteen will be open with hot food including our famous Butter Chicken!! The evening will conclude with our sing-a-long.
On Remembrance Day, Wednesday 11/11/15 Cranbourne Carlisle began collecting donations for the Pozières School Project and would like to thank the 10 rooms who participated in this remarkable initiative. These rooms contributed $109.25 and congratulations to 407 who raised $31. Thank you for being part of this project, your generosity is greatly appreciated.
101 – $7.20 103 – $13.05 210 – $3.00 212 – $17.00
313 – $2.00 318 – $15.00 319 – $12.00 407 – $31.00
615 – $3.00 617 – $6.00
To recap, nearly a century ago, Victorian school children collected pennies to rebuild a school in a French village that Australian soldiers had liberated during World War I.
This year a new generation of Australian school children will repeat that poignant gesture, which will always be remembered in France.
The Pozières School Project has received widespread media coverage across Australia and France.