Redeemer Lutheran School has announced its student leaders for 2021, comprising an expanded leadership group due to the school having graduating year 7 and 6 students. DArk Kirk, Xavier Broekx, Annabelle Gilder and Annique Turley (pictured left, above) will be the year 7 leaders, while Olivia Kalleske, Georgia Nietschke, Oscar Gill and Riley Prior will lead the
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Redeemer Lutheran School year 6s returned from Victor Harbor last Wednesday to conclude a clean sweep of year level camps for the school’s students in a tough 2020. “The year 6 aquatics camp was touch-and-go with the lockdown only just lifting,” Redeemer principal Andrew Kelly said, “I applied as soon as we
Village Innovation earns Redeemer recognition Redeemer Lutheran School has been awarded membership in The Educator’s Innovative Schools List for 2020, adding to the school’s success in the Australian Education Awards program. Redeemer is a finalist in the Non-Government Primary School of the Year category, to be determined on 26 November. Last year, Redeemer won the national
Redeemer Year 5 students used the Vaquform (www.vaquform.com) in the SET room for the first time in November, using their imaginations to create designs to mould into vacuum-formed shapes. The Vaquform initiative combined with using the school 3D printers in a comprehensive design process. Students designed their own 3D shapes for the Vaquform to mould around. Vaquform said
On Monday 26 October, Redeemer Lutheran School Chess Club members attended the SA Chess State Finals. It was an exciting day for the group. Team caption, from left: Flynn Ennis, Lily Pietsch, Tyler Brice, Mason Cooper, Eddie Gill, Jayden Schmidt, Alexi Samonte, Darcy Geyer. There were 10 Primary schools represented, with 94 players in total. Students were required
Writer and illustrator of books including Pilot and Huxley, and Anh Do’s Top Dog children’s series, Dan McGuiness, inspired Redeemer Lutheran School students to develop their creativity during the school’s Book Week celebrations. During several sessions last week and in keeping with the 2020 Book Week theme ‘Curious Creatures, Wild Minds’, Mr McGuiness collaborated with upper primary students
Redeemer Lutheran School is grateful to the State Government for a grant to assist the school's commitment to providing individual information & communications technology (ICT) devices for use by every student. Member for Schubert Stephan Knoll recently visited to celebrate the school receiving the 2020 Independent Non-Government School Capital Grant Funding. The grant will go towards the school's Laptop
Redeemer Lutheran School recently celebrated National Science Week, Australia’s annual celebration of science and technology.“Children are naturally curious, which makes science an ideal subject for them to learn,” Redeemer Director of Teaching and Learning, Petrea Booth said, “Science is an active subject, with hands-on labs and experiments, making science well-suited to active younger children.”Throughout
As part of their study unit on understanding and respecting different religions, Redeemer Lutheran School year 6 students travelled from Nuriootpa to Adelaide to visit the Adelaide Hebrew Congregation synagogue and the Adelaide City Mosque. The purpose of the excursion was to develop an understanding of the beliefs and practices of the Jewish and Islamic faiths. The students are
Redeemer Lutheran School Year 5 students recently visited Monarto Zoo, braving cold and wet conditions to enhance their current unit of study into nature’s adaptations. “The students thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to safari around the Zoo grounds visiting the variety of animals,” Year 5 teacher Shaun Copeland said, “They had an awesome day observing the animals up close