Performance Space... Yoga @ Kindlehill has commenced for 2015 Level 1/Beginners Classes in the tradition of BKS Iyengar Saturday mornings 8:30am to 10:00am $15, runs throughout the year. Monday evenings 6pm-7pm $10, term 1 runs from 2 Feb to 30 Mar 2015. Note in some cases classes are cancelled if the hall is booked by the school, students will be notified. Please call or email to secure your place. Simone Jacobson (Certified Iyengar Teacher) 0419 986 896 Iyengaryogabluemountains@gmail.com Body Play Movement Classes for 5-8 year olds Monday after school in the Performance Space 8 class term starts Monday February 2nd- 3pm to 4pm (meet outside S'haila's class 1 classroom straight after school for afternoon tea - Danielle will collect kids from Kindy) Kindlehill Performance Space - $80 for the term or $12 a class - drop ins welcome.For more information or to book in for a class call Danielle (Quidam's mum class 1) 0432 488 378 AFTER-SCHOOL DRAMA CLASSES with Georgia Come and play! Our after-school drama classes are joyful, creative and help build confidence, physical connection and communication skills. We work with improvisation and storytelling, and do scene work in the older group. please email email@example.com or text 0419 287 478 to reserve your child/ren’s spot. 5-7pm Sat 14th Feb 2015—Featuring: Sandy Evans & Tony Gorman (saxophone, clarinet) and composers with a passion for improvisation and new music. Margaret & Bob Fagan ( OZ favourite Folk family) Guitar & Vocals Cate McCarthy & Mick Moffit (Blue Grass) Guitar, mandolin, fiddle & vocals. Newsletter: 28th January 2015 A WARM WELCOME TO THE NEW KINDLEHILL YEAR This is S’haila’s very first verse for first class in 2015, a beautiful acknowledgement verse that I share with you here as it embodies Kindlehill’s 2015, A Call to Peace and Reconciliation. Wishing you all a rich and wonderful start to our school year. Lynn Let us walk softly through the land of dreaming follow the gentle footsteps of earth's own Let the sun, harsh or warm, stream down Let the waters rush and trickle over rocks, carving rivers, filling lakes Let the land sing with the beauty of bush and creatures Let us walk softly, now and tomorrow, as one. 2015 A Call to Peace and Reconciliation This week, you will receive some information about our school plan, 2015 A Call to Peace and Reconciliation. It details the vision and values focus for 2015 in our school and we would very much like to engage our whole school community and beyond in its implementation. A whole school meeting will be held on Saturday 21/2 where The Call to Peace and Reconciliation Plan will be presented with time for discussion, clarification and refinement. More details on the meeting will follow. Week 1: Friday 30th Whole school gardening day (including reduce, reuse, recycle review and introduction to bees) Week 4: Sat 21/2 Whole school meeting – Vision and Values: Presentation and discussion of A Call to Peace and Reconciliation Plan Week 5: Fri 27/2 School Clean Up Day Fri 27/2 A Call to Peace: Film presentation of The Garden at the End of the World by Gary Caganoff and discussion. Week 6: Wed 4/3 Introduction to Eurythmy for Parents, with Adam Sat 7/3: Directors’ Meeting Week 7: Fri 13/3: The Silk Brocade. Eurythmy Performance for the Children Fri 13/3: Apology Day Week 8: Fri 20/3 Harmony Day; whole school autumn celebration of diversity and inclusiveness Fri 20/3: Evening Presentation and discussion with Eyal Mayroz in regard to his work on Genocide Prevention. Sat 21/3 Well-being; a workshop with Compresses and Oils (to be confirmed). Rail and Bus Passes Rail and bus passes are issued automatically to previous pass holders. Students going into Year 3 and Year 7 will need to reapply (this is standard process across all schools). Please collect an application form from the office and return it to the office by Friday 6 February. This will allow 2 weeks for passes to be issued. Often the train conductors do not ask to sight school passes until the end of February. Congratulations Georgia Georgia Adamson – Kindlehill drama teacher and parent has been awarded Best actor in a supporting role in an independent production as part of the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards for her role as Mrs Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible. Happenings.... Term 1—Diary Term 1: Tuesday 27 January to Friday 27 March – 9 weeks Little Kindlings Welcomes Susan Kindlehill playgroup is now guided by Susan Brophy. It offers a nurturing introduction to the community for Mums/Dads and children aged 0-4. The programme runs on Thursdays 9.30 to 11.30 in term time and offers seasonal stories, singing, bread making and free play. Parents can participate in natural crafty creations whilst their children enjoy the playgroup. Our first day back is Thursday 29th. Please contact the office for more information or to register your interest . Welcome to our New Families… We have many new families starting at our school this year. A warm welcome to all our new Little Kindy kids, Monique and Pascal and their parents Jack and Hanriette, Caspian and his parents Anastassia and Nima. Also starting little kindy this year are : Adam – and his parents Annie and Michal, and Odin— and his parents Amy and Jamie. There is Hunter and his parents Vanessa and Brandon in Big Kindy, Eric and his parents Angela and Jonno in Class 2 and Tara and her parents Suzanne and Joshua in Year 7. We also farwell Nina Martiensen, Mars Fraser, Franki Halay, Ariel Fraser, Molly Normand, Khalila Brazil and Lachlan Rothwell and all our 2014 graduating High School students Dylan Todd, Nicholas Seabrook and Kian Llorente Puig. Lawns and Pathway Our beautiful lawn is finished with full irrigation installed underneath. We ask that everyone stays off the area as the grass establishes. The work on our disability ramp is well underway and progress is stepping up.
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