Welcome to the Kingston-on-Murray Primary School

At Kingston-on-Murray Primary School, students are involved in varied learning opportunities throughout the school day including daily, explicit Literacy and Numeracy blocks of learning within the Echidna (R-3) and Bilby (4-6) Learning Areas, and support is offered in groups or 1;1 driven by the regularly obtained student data. Mrs Rachael Thomson, Mr Phillip Lawson and Mrs Kara Voigt (Principal/Teacher) make up the teaching team at the school, ensuring that students are provided with a range of additional integrated learning opportunities including The Arts, STEM, HPE, HASS, Science and Spanish. The students are well supported in their learning by SSO Kerry Albrecht-Szabo assisting within the classrooms to support individual or small groups of students. Miss Sheridan Heinze is a key part of the staff team as the Finance Officer while Dinah Wisniewski is our Administration Officer and Mr Brenton Poole is the Pastoral Care Worker on site at Kingston-on-Murray.

Kingston-on-Murray Primary School prides itself on upholding its three values of
Aim High, Be Kind and Thrive Together. The Governing Council, staff and wider school community work in partnership to ensure that students access a safe and supportive learning environment, where differences are celebrated and achievement is recognised. Individual Learning Plans are developed for each student in collaboration with parents, teachers and the students themselves, ensuring that achievable educational goals are set and reviewed regularly. Kingston-on-Murray Primary School hosts Riverlinx camps throughout the year for other schools who are interested in being involved in Environmental learning programs through accessing and learning about the River Murray, its extensive water and bird life and experiencing all that the Riverland region has to offer.

Mrs Kara Voigt

 

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Kingston on Murray Primary School

Kingston on Murray Primary School

Kingston on Murray Primary School provides a positive and supportive learning environment for all st

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Our first session is NEXT WEEK!! Book today to secure your place!
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Our first session is NEXT WEEK!! Book today to secure your place!
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Wow, the plantings look absolutely fantastic!!! Great job students, Mr Lawson, Michelle, Sam and Mike 👏 Can’t wait to see them grow and see the Stobie pole art go up over the next month or so 🤩
Watch this space!
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They certainly got a good watering!

Yesterday we participated in our final golf session for the term.

Thank you to Barmera Golf Club for hosting, Brian and Wendy Featherston and Sporting Schools for the opportunity for our students to participate and learn a range of new skills.

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Yesterday we participated in our final golf session for the term. 

Thank you to Barmera Golf Club for hosting, Brian and Wendy Featherston and Sporting Schools for the opportunity for our students to participate and learn a range of new skills. 

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ELA Maths Equal Sharing/ Grouping

Learning intentions
Receptions and Year 1’s
1. develop an understanding of the term ‘equal’
2. be able to identify and create equal groups
3. use materials to model situations involving equal sharing
4. solve problems by sharing.

Today we read the story ‘Emma’s Fractions’. In the story Emma divides 24 pencils between her 4 friends, they each receive 6 pencils.
The receptions and year 1’s experimented with other ways that Emma could share 24 pencils into equal groups.
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ELA Maths Equal Sharing/ Grouping

Learning intentions
Receptions and Year 1’s
1. develop an understanding of the term ‘equal’
2. be able to identify and create equal groups
3. use materials to model situations involving equal sharing
4. solve problems by sharing.

Today we read the story ‘Emma’s Fractions’. In the story Emma divides 24 pencils between her 4 friends, they each receive 6 pencils.
The receptions and year 1’s experimented with other ways that Emma could share 24 pencils into equal groups.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Fantastic to watch the Reception/Year 1s realise how important it is to “share equally” and whether it can be or not

Our Stobie pole art painting has begun! 🎨
A huge shout out to Mrs Robertson, Brenton Poole and the students for “THRIVING TOGETHER” to come up with these phenomenal designs 🤩
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Our Stobie pole art painting has begun! 🎨 
A huge shout out to Mrs Robertson, Brenton Poole and the students for “THRIVING TOGETHER” to come up with these phenomenal designs 🤩Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Di Maddern Robertson 🙌

Such a pleasure to work with students and staff at KOMPS - I can’t wait to see the end result too!💓

Wow! Can't wait to see the finished product. 🤗 Great job!

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We love the excitement on the ELA students faces when the BLA students join them for a brain break activity!!Image attachmentImage attachment
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Our “AIM HIGH” value has been put to the test this weekend, with two former students, Jarrod and Cooper, as well as current student, Kane doing their very best to become Under 13 and Under 15 PREMIERS 🏆🥇
Thanks Grant Schwarzkopff for the pics ❤️
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Our “AIM HIGH” value has been put to the test this weekend, with two former students, Jarrod and Cooper, as well as current student, Kane doing their very best to become Under 13 and Under 15 PREMIERS 🏆🥇
Thanks Grant Schwarzkopff for the pics ❤️Image attachment

The icecream was a HIT!!!! What a wonderful experiment in our Technology Lesson yesterday with milk, flavouring, ice and salt 🙌
All the children enjoyed their vanilla and chocolate ice cream at lunch time today 🍦 🍨
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The icecream was a HIT!!!! What a wonderful experiment in our Technology Lesson yesterday with milk, flavouring, ice and salt 🙌 
All the children enjoyed their vanilla and chocolate ice cream at lunch time today 🍦 🍨Image attachmentImage attachment+8Image attachment

Our students really enjoyed sharing the results of their mould experiments. They gained some valuable insights about the conditions that are best suited for mould growth! Stay tuned for some photos of the results! ... See MoreSee Less

Our students really enjoyed sharing the results of their mould experiments. They gained some valuable insights about the conditions that are best suited for mould growth! Stay tuned for some photos of the results!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

A wonderful learning experience for 2-4 year olds offered at our fantastic small school in 3 weeks time!!! Please phone the school on 85830239 to book your place 🫧 ... See MoreSee Less

A wonderful learning experience for 2-4 year olds offered at our fantastic small school in 3 weeks time!!! Please phone the school on 85830239 to book your place 🫧
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