Faction Carnival

Congratulations to all of our students for the great sportsmanship and team spirit shown at the Faction Carnival. It was great to see so many families enjoying the day as well. 

Congratulations to our overall winning faction – Stirling!

Thank you Mr Farrell for organising another fantastic event.


The RUOK? message this year is ‘Are they really OK? Ask them today.’ Life’s ups and downs happen to all of us. So chances are someone you know might be struggling. Your genuine support can make a difference whatever they are facing, big or small. So, don’t wait until someone’s visibly distressed or in crisis. Make a moment meaningful and ask them how they’re really going. 



First, the visitors called out their names which were Fraser, Brendan, Sanabel and Hetal. Then they showed us what type of engineering they do and how they do it.  We got to play with the robots and we chose Pikachu and Apple and it was super fun. Also we got to use the ipads for controlling the robots but it was hard at first because we had to programme them with Coding. But then, it was easy and cool. Actually, it was like Dash and Dot we had done before in class because we got to control them with the ipads. After that they showed us what to do and how to do it. They went to college to learn how to program the robots. Also the robots were made out of lego and they could make sounds. Under the robots, there was lights and sensors and it was really awesome but there was a little metal ball and it was very weird because it did something strange. The ipad had a button that  could be used to make lots of noises. The instructors told us there was a competition to make a square with the robots. They visited us because there’s not that much girls wanting to do technology when they grow up so they came so the girls can see how fun technology is and how clever we are at it.

By Alison and Ash, Room 5


Edu Dance Concert

The students have been working hard this term during their Edu Dance sessions. They are looking forward to showcasing this in a whole school performance on Wednesday 15 September at 2:30pm in the Arts Centre. We  invite families to attend this performance.


North Morley will be hosting this year’s Small School Interschool Carnival on Friday 17 September. Students who have been successful in representing our school at this event will be notified shortly. The P&C will be running a raffle and cake stall on the day. These will be available for our spectators only. Please pack lunch and recess for your child.

Busy Bee

Crunch and Sip

Our North Morley kids are the face of September’s “The Great Vegie Crunch”….remember to pack a healthy crunch ‘n’ sip each day!!