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Our school community came together to celebrate the students learning over the course of Term 1 2022. All of our students had the opportunity to showcase and share their learning with their families and peers.
On Monday 4th April 2022, our staff and students celebrated Hoddie Up for Autism Day! Hoodie Up Day is run by AMAZE which is an organization shaping the future for people with Autism.
During the first few weeks of Term one, each class learnt about democracy and student voice, and how that can be utilised in our schools SRC. On Thursday 10th March, we celebrated our new school leaders with a special ceremony. It was wonderful to see the pride and excitement from all our students and staff.
For the first time in Currajong’s history, we are excited to announce that our school will have two school captains from our oldest cohort of students in Warrin.
Our School captains for 2022 are:
Izzy & Bianca
Congratulations to all our 2021 students, graduating from The Currajong School. Graduation is a very special time in our school year where our families, teachers, students and community celebrate our students time at Currajong, and wish them every success as they move...
At the start of Term 4, Currajong welcomed Shaun to our experienced teaching team. Shaun has been appointed as the fulltime teacher in group 2, and will be guiding and working with our teacher assistants Georgia, Debbie and Nick.
During Term 3 and the commencement of Term 4, The Currajong School welcomed three new Teaching Assistants to our Team, to support the students with their academic, social and wellbeing needs.
Our Allied Health Team have created a new therapeutic space with a variety of equipment that provides our students with personalized sensory input— to reset, self-regulate, calm and focus themselves so they can be better prepared for learning and interacting with others.
Today is Indigenous Literacy Day, and the staff and students at The Currajong School enjoy being emerged in Indigenous stories and culture.
As Victoria entered our sixth lockdown, our students have been actively involved in remote learning. Our remote learning has engaged students through explicit Zoom meetings for English and Maths, along with extra lessons presented through Google Classroom. During this remote learning our school also introduced Seesaw as a platform to support students, families and teachers with learning.