Sports Grant - Guidelines. Click here to view (pdf file)


Some terrific websites for students to use: - The ultimate learning tool, specialising in the Australian Curriculum,



Mathematics  Count us In   Paulys Playhouse  
  Cool Maths games   World Maths Day (1 March)  
  Woodlands Maths - Telling Time   Mathletics (requires registration and payment)  
  ABC for Kids   Learning Planet ICT Games  
  Maths is fun - logic games   Count On Games  

Maths and Literacy Challenges (

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English  Word Build and Bank    ABC Reading Eggs  
  Alphabet Organiser      
       Zoowhiz - Great learning activities for all children (requires sign up)  
       Sound Waves  
  Starfall    PM Collections  
Productivity, Creativity Showbie      
Assignments & Sharing        
Coding Blockly      
Science Science Monster - Our Solar System   The Solar System  
  Kids Astronomy      

Understanding Faith 

Other  Country Area Program (CAP)   Australian Explorers  
  Wordle - create word page   Watch a live stream of the transit of Venus  
  Tagxedo - Like Wordle but with some style   Photo Editing online -  
  What is an Om Nom?   Please tell one of your teachers   Cut The Rope online game  
  Avatar Maker: Build your wild side    Learn for Good Games to Play  
  Go Animate - create your own animation clip      
  Answer Garden - collaborative website to show answers      
Science Sky Survey - examine the stars in our sky      
LOTE  Indonesian Language Online   Indonesia Quest  
  A trip to Indonesia   Bali  
  Go Indonesia   The Bali Experience  
  Basic Indonesian Language Online      
ICT Kids Help Line      
  Cybersafety with CyberQuoll (8-11 year olds)   Kidcyber - Lots of info in kid friendly language  
  Cybersmart - Government Cyber Smart website  
  Cybernetrix (10-15 year olds)   Digital Literacy - Alannah and Madeline Foundation  
  Think You Know? (Upper primary)      
  Stay Smart Online Budd:e E-Security       Cyber Safety  

On-line Survey on Cyber Safety 

Joint Select Parliamentary Committee


A short video, "How Cybersmart are you?" has been released by Cybersmart. The video is designed to help parents

navigate through the online world of their teenagers and provides strategies on how to protect their children from

potential online risks. Cybersafety Presentation and information for parents and students:

  Bullying No Way      
  National Centre Against Bullying    Code.Org  
  Coding   Hour of Code (December 7-13)  

Library and Research

St Jude's Library Catalogue    National Library of Australia  
Aboriginal Studies Dust Echos