Have you seen our bee-autiful creation for the Barossa Vintage Festival Scarecrow Competition? Our ELC has been a hive of activity as the children (and their families) have been buzzy-ily building the bee and it's colony. We'd love it if you could vote for us, we are #17 (BEE-KIND) on the Scarecrow Trail https://tinyurl.com/RLSscarecrow Our bee is more than
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Last week the Discoverers went on an excursion to the Botanic Gardens and spent some time in the Little Spouts Kitchen Garden. We also walked through the gardens exploring the uses of different plants from an indigenous perspective. While in the kitchen garden we had the opportunity to harvest some tomatoes, zucchini and limes. Today we used this produce to
Harmony Day is an important day that celebrates our diversity and reminds us of the importance of understanding, respect and inclusion. Today we had different activities celebrating Harmony Day in each of our Villages with many students dressing in orange or cultural attire. We heard from speakers with diverse cultural backgrounds and students had the opportunity to paint murals, construct
One of the Connectors students favourite times of the week is on a Friday afternoon, when the children have Inquiry Play. Inquiry Play is a variety of open-ended learning experiences designed to extend on the area being explored in our current Unit Of Inquiry. Students have a choice of many different experiences across the afternoon and are able to transition
As part of their service learning and Year 6 leadership unit, our students have been volunteering and assisting in different ways around the school. Last week some students made their way over to the ELC and helped out with the gardening, reading stories, playing in the sandpit and teaching some basketball skills to the little ones.
Today our Creators (Years 3&4) held their first Open Waters Expo. The students have spent the term independently researching a topic connecting to the theme 'knowledge of the land influences the way we live'. Here they are communicating their learnings with the Connectors (Years 1&2).
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
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