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Glenview School                                                         

Bruce Avenue, Hamilton 

Office Phone: 07 8435598       Fax:07 8435578

Email: Click here               

 

Daily timetable

School begins 8.55am

Break 1: 10.45am - 11.15am (30min)              Break 2: 12.50pm - 1.40pm (50 min)

School ends 3.00pm

2014 School Terms

Term 1: Wednesday 29 January to Thursday 17th April

Term 2: Monday 5 May to Friday 4 July

Term 3: Monday 21 July to Friday 26 September

Term 4: Monday 13 October to Friday 12 December

 

 Coming up at Glenview School... 

50th Reunion
Information and Registration pages now up and running.
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Friday Lunch orders.See parent/caregiver information for menu Thank you to those who have volunteered for the roster.

2014 Newsletters will be sent home fortnightly with eldest/only child

Sports Draws        Check the newsletter for weekly sports draws   

Eftpos now available!

 

Click here to view our event's calendar

 

Welcome to Glenview School

 

Princess Tiana and the Fallen Tiara

Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess dressed in red and black with ladybird spots.  She was in her room on her bed; suddenly she heard a band of birds tweeting.  They were making such beautiful music that she went to see where they were, but before she could reach the window she slipped.  She hit her head on drawers and knocked her tiara into the water out of her window.  Princess Tiana was so upset that she turned dark blue.  So she sneaked out of the place she was stuck in.  Feeling relieved she went into the village.  There she met a kind man that lived in the village.  The man's name was Peter.  Princess Tiana said "hello Peter, my name is Tiana.  Can you help me find my tiara?"

Peter said "I don't know where your crown is but I know a friend that can see everything."  Tiana followed Peter to Winni, the soucier.  She showed them where Tiana's crown fell.  When she finished Peter said "don't worry I can fish it out," and he did.  After that she said goodbye to her friend and went how for supper.

By Fiona Teng   (Room15 – Year 2)

How do spiders make silk?

Inside her abdomen she has soup. When the soup hits the air it turns into web.

Inside she has glands. When she wants to make a web the bumps squirt the soup out her abdomen and when it touches the air it hardens.

By Maddy Bayley

Room 17