Events

Events

There are a number of events we celebrate at Karama School throughout the year.  These are organised at pre-set times to fit in with the school’s busy schedule. Our events are designed to foster learning, build a stronger community and cultural and social values while instilling a sense of togetherness between staff, students, parents and the wider community. Some of these events are specific to Karama School, while others we pay homage to, for their national and international significance. All stakeholders are expected to contribute to the success of Karama School events and to be delivered in the spirit of good will and connection. In ensuring adequate time to plan and organise our events, we have developed a booklet which includes explanations of each event and how to manuals.  Please refer to Karama School Event Booklet for more information. Feedback and new ideas on events are welcome by the Principal and Assistant Principal.


Karama School Events

 

Term 1

 

Term 2 Term 3

 

Term 4
Welcome Breakfast

 

Mother’s Day

 

Father’s Day

 

Karama’s Got Talent (KGT)
Harmony Day NAPLAN Breakfast

 

Science Fair

 

Beach Day

 

Personal Learning Plans Meetings (PLPs)

 

 

Sport Day

 

Dry Season Concert

 

 

Term 1

 

 

 

Community Breakfast

When
Term: 1
Week: 1, Friday

What
Community Breakfast is an opportunity for parents and teachers to meet informally and for parents to visit children’s classrooms. This is a breakfast funded by the school and is of no cost to families. It includes bacon and egg sandwiches, hash browns, coffee, milo and tea is also available.

How

Monday/Tuesday

Students make personal invites to families to attend the breakfast. Front office sends note home. Registrar orders online food shop from Woolworths for Thursday afternoon delivery.

Thursday

The janitor sets up tables and chairs in the assembly area for families to sit and has the BBQ, pedestal fans and trestle tables ready for cooking the next morning. Year 5/6 may assist.

  • Food order arrives and is put into staff room fridges.
  • Cooking utensils gathered from staff room and cooking room.
  • Assembly I-pad charged to play music

Friday

7:00    Staff arrive to assist in food prep and cooking.

Set up PA and I-Pad for music

7:30    Families arrive for breakfast and teacher chat. Senior Staff and Admin/Support     Staff to continue with cooking.

8:15    Students and families head to classrooms for a look and a chat.

Senior Staff and Admin/Support Staff to put away utensils and leftovers.

Janitor to put away BBQ, tables and chairs. Year 5/6 may assist.

 

Harmony day

When
Term: 1
Week: 8, Friday

What
Harmony Day is an Australian Government program that centers on the message that “Everyone belongs”, reinforcing the importance of inclusiveness to all Australians. It is celebrated each year on March 21st. It is about community participation, inclusiveness, celebrating diversity, respect and belonging for everyone. Since 1999, thousands of Harmony Day events have been staged in childcare centers, schools, community groups, churches, businesses and federal, state and local government agencies across Australia.

At Karama School we celebrate with a Harmony Day Market Stall Fair each year Term 1. The wider school community and other outside agencies are invited to share in this day with us. It is always well attended. Students are encouraged to come in their traditional dress for the cultural dress fashion parade during the opening ceremony.

As part of each class’ programing and planning for Term 1, each class nominates a focus country to learn about and then host a market stall at the Harmony Day event. Each class stall is decorated by the class and usually involves the chosen country’s flag colours and other distinguishing features. Each stall usually includes some form of activity, which is usually free, as well as a food item that has been cooked and prepared by the class costing up to $2.00. Students are rostered on to run the stall. Stalls by younger classes are supported by SESA’s and are often run by the class teacher.

Cash floats are provided by the Business Manager upon request.

How

Harmony Day starts with the opening ceremony and is followed by the market stall fair. It is closed approximately 1 and half hours later with a closing ceremony in the assembly area. Opening and Closing ceremonies are run by the school captain and a member of the Leadership Team.

Week 1

Classroom teachers forward plan for Harmony Day and include preparations for it in their program.

Weeks 1 – 4

Classes complete activities and stall preparations. Notes are sent home advising parents of upcoming Harmony Day events.

Week 4

Classes make all resources for Harmony Day stall.

 

Harmony Day Running Sheet

 

8:15                            School starts. Mark rolls.

 

8:30 – 9:15                Set up class stalls in chosen area.
Use older students to help set up the younger students’ stalls. Ray and Steve will have brought the trestle tables out to your spots.

 

9:15 – 9:45               Opening Ceremony in assembly area

Welcome to Country

Anthem

Principal’s Welcome Address

Drumming Performance

Choir Performance

Dancers

Cultural Dress fashion parade

Book Fair Raffle Draw

 

9:45 – 11:30ish        Harmony Day stalls

SRC friendly co-operative games

 

11:30ish                    Yard clean up

 

11:45ish                    Closing Ceremony in assembly area

Thank you message

 

Quiet class activities for the rest of the day

 

Term 2

 Mother’s Day Breakfast


When
Term: 2
Week: 4, Friday

What
Mother’s Day is celebrated nationally in the second Sunday in May. In the week leading up to Mother’s Day we celebrate with a Mother’s Day Breakfast at school on the Friday morning. Students make invites in class to invite their mother/nana/aunty/carer to the breakfast.Front Office also includes it in the newsletter and sends home a sticker the day before. There are also raffle activities.

Menu Prices

Bacon and Egg sandwiches $3.00

Pancakes $1.00

Tea/Coffee $1.00

Juice $1.00

Colour coded raffle tickets are purchased on the morning

How

Monday/Tuesday

Students make personal invites to families to attend the breakfast. Front office sends note home.

Registrar orders online food shop from Woolworths for Thursday afternoon delivery.

Thursday

The janitor sets up tables and chairs in the assembly area for families to sit and has the BBQ, pedestal fans and trestle tables ready for cooking the next morning. Year 5/6 may assist.

Food order arrives and is put into staff room fridges.

Cooking utensils gathered from staff room and cooking room.

Assembly I-pad charged to play music

Friday

7:00    School Council and volunteering staff arrive to assist in food prep and cooking.

Set up PA and I-Pad for music

7:30    Families arrive for breakfast and teacher chat. School Council, Senior Staff and Admin/Support Staff to continue with cooking.

Families purchase tickets from sellers table in assembly area and take them to the food prep area to collect their food and eat in the assembly area.

8:15    Students and families head to classrooms for a look and a chat.

School Council to put away utensils and leftovers.

Janitor to put away BBQ, tables and chairs. Year 5/6 may assist.

 

 

NAPLAN Breakfast

When
Term: 2
Week: 4, Friday
Frequency: The assessment period runs across the testing days of Tuesday,          Wednesday, Thursday of NAPLAN Week.

What
In Term 2 each year the year 3 and 5 students sit the NAPLAN assessment. To encourage and support these students the school provides a hot breakfast for the participating students.

The breakfast is of no cost to the students and is prepared and provided for by the school staff.

Menu

Tuesday – Bacon and Egg sandwiches

Wednesday – Sausages and Hash browns

Thursday – pancakes

How

Week 3

Notes go home reminding families of the NAPLAN assessment the following week and advising them of the free breakfast provided for those students sitting the assessment.

Registrar orders online food shop from Woolworths for Monday afternoon delivery.

Monday

The janitor sets up the BBQ, pedestal fans and two trestle tables near canteen for the morning.

Food order arrives and is put into staff room fridges.

Cooking/eating utensils, camp plates and cups gathered from staff room and cooking room.

Two big tubs for washing dishes, drying rack and tea towels.

Tues/Wed/Thurs

7:15    Staff arrive to assist in food prep and cooking.

7:30    Students arrive for breakfast and eat in the assembly area.

Students wash and dry their own dishes.

8:10    Students head to classrooms to prepare for assessment.

Senior Staff and Admin/Support Staff to put away utensils and leftovers.

Janitor to put away BBQ.

Beach Day


When
Term: 2
Week: 6, Friday

This day is held on Friday one fortnight after the NAPLAN testing.


What
Each year after the NAPLAN testing period is over the school rewards all students for their efforts and participation during the NAPLAN period as well as the previous weeks of school. This is done through a whole school excursion to Casuarina Beach. The cost to students is $10 which includes the bus hire, a snack and a sausage sizzle lunch.

Students bring their own recess and water bottle. The school takes down a number of daddy cools for extra water. Students bring a change of clothes for when they return to school. We will set up on the large grassed area with shades, play equipment, toilets and showers. The beach has one access point via a pathway off the car park. A teacher will survey the beach before any students have access. The area students are allowed to play in will be marked out with orange witches hats. No climbing is permitted on the cliffs.

 

There is no swimming permitted at the beach however, students are allowed to play in small rock pools and streams. The school takes down a number of different sports equipment and sand play toys. The Administration staff set up a First Aid station on the grassed area.

 

Rules

Before students make their way to the beach a number of staff will already be present on the beach area. NO student is allowed to access the beach area alone. ALL students will be on the grassed area for lunch. Students eat their recess whenever they like. Students are allowed to play bare foot however, they must have some form of footwear on when leaving and returning to the school on the bus. Students must have their hats on at ALL times.

Students only need to take their recess, water bottles, hats and towels to the beach. No bags or spare clothes should be taken on the excursion. Teachers are encouraged to bring their class’ lunch order box with their students recess in it for easy transportation.

The Year 5/6 classes head to the beach first to help set up and leave last to help with the packing away.

Parents are invited and encouraged to come along. The TATA Centre playgroup families also attend the day however, they make their own way there.

The Business Manager will remain at the school. If there are any students attending school that day but not the Beach Day a teacher will be assigned to stay back for supervision. These students often complete jobs and have some free time.

How

Week 4

Front office sends home excursion notes and NAPLAN testing takes place.

Week 6

Registrar orders online food shop from Woolworths/Butchers for Thursday afternoon delivery.

Thursday

Senior Staff co-ordinate collection of sports equipment with SRC, cooking utensils for BBQ etc.

Front Office to prepare large First Aid pack and bedding for First Aid set up.

Janitor packs trailer with all collected equipment inclusive of BBQ, trestle tables, eskys, daddy cools, sport equipment ready for Friday departure.

Friday

8:15    Teachers to check over attendance list. Prepare students for departure. Classes wait in the assembly area to be called to the bus. The Front Office will announce over the PA when you should take your class to the assembly area.

9:00    All classes are at Casuarina Coastal Reserve. On arrival teachers will set up a spot with your class and their belongings. At this point students must stay in their class until the Principal talks through the boundaries and rules for the day and shows where toilets, first aid is etc.

Senior Staff to mark out beach area with cones.

The Principal will then release each year level to play on the beach or park area.

Preschool will stay as a group together, other year levels will move around the beach/park freely. ALL teachers to spread out and supervise ALL students.

Students can eat their recess at any point.

11:00  Janitor and Support Staff to cook sausages and set up lunch area.

11:30  All students will be brought in from the beach and seated in their class. Starting at Preschool students will be asked to come and receive their lunch.

12:00  After a staff member has surveyed the beach and is present the Principal will allow students back on the beach for a final play.

12:45  Early childhood pack up and clean up to board first buses back to school. Rest of school to pack up, wash off in showers etc. before boarding bus, Middle Primary then Upper Primary to follow.

Janitor to load BBQ, esky etc. in the trailer to return to school to be cleaned and put away.

1:30    Everyone returned to school and changed into spare clothes for a G rated movie in their classrooms.

 

All lost property will be on display in the assembly area for kids to find at the end of the school day.

 

Sports Day

When

Term: 2
Week: 10, Wednesday

What
Karama School holds an annual Sports Day carnival at the end of Term 2 each year. This is usually Wednesday, Week 10.  The day is designed to give students an opportunity to compete in athletic and tabloid events in order to gain points for their sports house team. The school student and staff body is distributed across 4 house teams. Each house is named after a snake from the local area and has a corresponding colour. Whips – Red, Taipans – Yellow, Mulgas – Purple and Pythons – Blue.

The Sports Day takes place during normal school hours beginning at 8:30 and finishing up around lunch time. In the afternoon there is a short whole school assembly to announce the winning team on the day. There is an overall House Points cup and a Spirit Cup for the house team who was observed to have demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship across the day.

Parents and families are invited and encouraged to attend Sports Day.

School Council Fund Raising Stall

The School Council will hold a fundraising recess and lunch stall. Recess and lunch times operate as per normal. Students are encouraged to bring a water bottle to school on the day and recess and lunch as per normal.

ALL staff and students must have a bucket hat and enclosed foot wear on the day.

Throughout Term 2: Classes are encouraged to practise tabloid activities and athletics as part of their general PE program.

How

Week 8: Maintenance Officer to mark out oval for field events.

Week 10:

Monday: Whole staff meeting. Share program and discuss. Teachers to collect equipment needed for their assigned tabloid event for Wednesday.

Monday 1:30: House meetings. After lunch all students and staff to attend house meeting lead by house captains. This is an opportunity to work in house cheers in preparation for Sports Day. Pythons meet in Unit 5, Mulgas meet in Unit 3, Taipans meet in Unit 2 and Whips meet in Unit 1.

Students are often allowed time in class to make poster, streamers etc.

Tuesday: 8:30 800m Race 10, 11, 12 year olds. Only those students choosing to race. Time 1st, 2nd, 3rd 4th.  Upper Primary teachers to run 800m event.

Classes are invited and encouraged to come and watch.

Maintenance Office to bring out high jump mats and equipment with the help from Upper Primary students. Other event equipment will be collected.

8:45 – 12:45: Middle and Upper Primary students compete in Long Jump, High Jump, Shotput and Discus events across the morning. See program for times and staff allocated to run event. Karen to provide scoring sheets for each event. Each student gets 3 attempts. Staff record each student’s results in 1st, 2nd and 3rd attempts. Highest score is used to determine overall winner. See example 1.

All teachers to return completed scoring sheets in clipboard to Karen in the office by lunch time.

Other classes are invited and encouraged to come out to watch this happening.

Wednesday:
Early Start for oval set up. Led by the Maintenance Officer house tents, PA System, scoring table and chairs to be taken out to the oval ready for the days events.

8:10 Collect student stickers from pigeon hole. All classes to attend normal classrooms, mark the roll etc. Stickers must be put on ALL students before coming to assembly. Bring any spare stickers to the scoring table for late kids.

8:20 Split students into house teams in the assembly area ready for the opening ceremony.

Welcome to Country

National Anthem

Principal welcoming address

Each team announced and make their way to the oval to sit under their house tent

All teachers to collect their clip board from the scorer’s table.

8:30 First race to commence – see Sports Day booklet for running times.

10:15 Recess – School Council Fundraiser

10:45 All classes gather in the assembly area and sit in their class groups. Principal to address assembly on day so far. Share current total house points

Teachers to set up their assigned tabloid activities in their area. See Sports Day booklet for further information.

11:00 Tabloid event rotations until participants are exhausted. 15 minutes allowed per station. Teachers to score tabloid events according to scoring sheets provided for each event. See example 2.

When tabloids events have finished all students return to their classroom with their class teacher for quiet activities.

12:45 Lunch as per normal. School Council Fundraiser.

1:30 Normal class activity

2:20 Pack up classrooms

2:30 Whole school assembly. Sports Day winners announced. Bring down school bags. Students are dismissed home from this assembly.

N.B. House point totals include points accumulated throughout the year via Karama Kash.

 

PRESCHOOL: Preschool will run an extended program on Sports Day. Preschool will attend the opening ceremony and the races up until their running event. They will then resume normal preschool activities until 10:45 when they will come out for tabloid events.

 

Term 3

 Father’s Day Breakfast

When
Term: 3
Week: 4, Friday

What
Father’s Day is celebrated in the first Sunday of September. In the week leading up to Father’s Day we celebrate with a Father’s Day Breakfast at school on the Friday morning.

Students make invites in class to invite their dad/grandfather/uncle/carer to the breakfast.

Front Office also includes it in the newsletter and sends home a sticker the day before.

Menu Prices
Bacon and Egg sandwiches $3.00
Pancakes $1.00
Tea/Coffee $1.00
Juice $1.00
Colour coded raffle tickets are purchased on the morning.

How

Monday/Tuesday

Students make personal invites to families to attend the breakfast. Front office sends note home.

Registrar orders online food shop from Woolworths for Thursday afternoon delivery.

Thursday

The maintenance officer sets up tables and chairs in the assembly area for families to sit and has the BBQ, pedestal fans and trestle tables ready for cooking the next morning. Year 5/6 may assist.

Food order arrives and is put into staff room fridges.

Cooking utensils gathered from staff room and cooking room.

Assembly I-pad charged to play music

Friday

7:00    School Council and volunteering staff arrive to assist in food prep and cooking.

Set up PA and I-Pad for music

7:30    Families arrive for breakfast and teacher chat. School Council, Senior Staff and Admin/Support Staff to continue with cooking.

Families purchase tickets from sellers table in assembly area and take them to the food prep area to collect their food and eat in the assembly area.

8:15    Students and families head to classrooms for a look and a chat.

School Council to put away utensils and leftovers.

Maintenance Officer to put away BBQ, tables and chairs. Year 5/6 may assist.

 

Science Fair

When
Term: 3
Week: 6, Friday

What
On the Friday of Science Week, Karama School holds a Science Fair to celebrate the fun of science and science learning in the school. This takes place in the morning from 8:45 running through until recess at 10:15.The whole school from preschool to year 6 is involved. This also includes the Tata Centre, Administration and Leadership staff.

Class Interactive Stall
Each class holds their own interactive stall consisting of a science experiment or activity for students to complete. There are no costs associated with this event as all resources come from your class/unit and extra resources can be funded through the Science budget within reason.

The fair is set up in the courtyard and assembly areas. A mud map will be provided and teachers can select where they would like to set up their class stall. We also have outside organisations that support the Science Fair with stalls of their own.

During the fair students are allowed to move freely around the stalls and this area is limited to the courtyard and assembly areas unless otherwise organised. If there is a class stall on the open basketball court area students will obviously be able to access that area as well.

Parents and community are invited and encouraged to come along. Classes may like to create a hand written invite to send home. Whole school notices will go out in the newsletter and stickers home to remind families of the fair.

How

Week 1- 3

Teachers and students brainstorm ideas for their stall. This may be part of their class program.

Order in any extra resources needed.

Week 3

Teachers to select their area on the mud map and write down any tables, power leads they may need from the Maintenance Officer.

Week 4 Monday – Thursday

Classes draw up posters and information sheets for their stall. Gather final resources needed.

Friday

7:45    Maintenance Officer to put up tents in the courtyard and lay out big trestle tables as per mud map.

8:15    Teachers to mark roll in class and other morning routines and then set up stalls at their chosen site.

8:45    Welcome to the Science Fair. All classes to meet in the assembly area. School Captains to welcome and thank families and guest stall holders for attending. One student each class to share what they are doing at their stall.

Classes to be dismissed one at time to begin the Science Fair.

10:00  Science Fair close and pack up stalls in time for recess.

 

 

Personal Learning Plan (PLP) Meetings

When

Term: 3
Week: 9, Wednesday
Frequency: Term 1 and Term 3 each year.

What
This an opportunity for students to share their learning and progress with a parent/carer or family member and replaces the more traditional set up of parent teacher interview. Prior to the PLP meeting students will have worked 1:1 with their class teacher to negotiate their PLP and set realistic learning goals. This document will support the conversation on the evening of PLP however, other classroom learning and activity is also encouraged to be shared. These blank documents can be found in Teacher Public – PLP. Most students will already have an existing PLP that can be modified. There are two different documents, one for Early Childhood and one for Upper Primary. On completion of the PLP document each class should have a folder of saved PLP’s for each student in the PLP-2017 folder.

Night of PLP Meetings
On the night of the PLP meetings the student, parent and teacher will all share a discussion around the students learning. This should be led by the student through talking about the task, explaining what they are doing and what they are working towards. This will need to be demonstrated and discussed with the whole class before PLP night. At the end of the meeting the student, parent and teacher all sign the document. This signed document will be kept on file and a copy will be sent home. Prior to the PLP night a note will be sent home via the front office for parents to nominate a time between 3:00pm – 6:00pm. Each student will also create an invite to take home for the parent/carer. If a parent wishes to have a more formal discussion about their child they are requested to arrange an alternative time with the classroom teacher.

Leadership Support
If there is a situation where a class teacher does not feel comfortable with a particular parent a member of the leadership team will be available to support them during the PLP meeting. This should be arranged prior.

Sustenance
The school provides pizza for the classroom teachers and this is usually available around 4:30pm in the staffroom. If you cannot make it down someone will bring it to you.An announcement will be made at 6:10pm to signal the end of PLP’s and a member of the leadership team will come to your classroom to close any meetings and send you home. All teachers are expected to be present from 3:00pm- 6:00pm regardless of booking times. You can of course leave your room to access the toilet and refreshments when the opportunity arises.

 

How

Week 6, 7 & 8

Teachers and students spend time together to create their new PLP for the remainder of the year.

Week 8 & 9

Teachers and students discuss what the PLP meeting will look like with a focus on it being student led.

Students to create invites and take home to parent/carers.

Week 9 Wednesday

Classes tidy their room and prepare for the nights PLP meetings.

3:00pm – 6:10pm PLP Meetings held.

 

  

Dry Season Concert

When
Term: 3
Week: 10, Thursday
What
The Dry Season Concert is a whole school performance night that replaces the traditional idea of an end of year Christmas concert. Students are asked to be at school by 6:15 for final costume preparations for a 7 o’clock start time. Families are invited to attend from 6 o’clock onwards to enjoy the food and drinks on sale.

The stage is set up in the Pavilion area and chairs are brought down from classrooms in the afternoon for parents and families to sit on. Extra lights are hired for stage lighting. The schools sound system is used on the night.

New Theme Each Year 

Each year a new theme is selected by the staff. We usually try to have some connection between the theme and the school. Last year’s theme was is – Celebrating 35 years of Karama, the 1980’s.

Each class chooses their music and performance type in theme with the concert. This can be either a play, singing, dancing or a mixture of all three. Staff mix their own music and a final copy is sent to the person in charge for rehearsal and performance night.

This is a well-attended school event attracting families and community members of both past and present Karama kids.  The line-up is staggered to encourage families to stay for the entire performance. Families are also encouraged to help stack chairs at the end of the night.

Students are to stay with their class until their performance is over. Early Childhood parents must be sighted before releasing them.

The School Council sells food and drink on the night as a fundraiser.

How

Week 1-3

Teachers brainstorm ideas and decide on the concerts theme.

Business Manager books in lighting for the night.

Week 3 – 9

In classes PE time is used to create and practice their performances.

Week 8

Any special requests for costumes are sent home to parents from the class teacher. It is nice to give them as much notice as possible.

Maintenance Officer to set up the stage under the pavilion. Extension lead provided to give power to classes when practicing.

All classes can use the stage for practice. The stage is OUT OF BOUNDS at recess and lunch.

Week 9

Teachers to email final copy of music to Senior Teacher or Assistant Principal.

Back drop is hung by maintenance Officer. This has been decorated during art lessons under the guidance of the arts teacher.

School Council to order food and drinks.

Week 10 Wednesday

8:30 – 9:30 Whole school rehearsal outside following the order on the night.

Sound system set up.

Thursday

Maintenance office to hang black skirt around stage. Bring out barbeques and tables for school council stall.

2:15    Students bring down their classroom chairs to set up for the audience.

Lights delivered and set up

6:00    Teachers meet with their students in the classroom for preparation

Food and Drink for sale

6:45    All classrooms locked and teachers bring their class to the pavilion area. Classes are seated to the right hand side of the stage to await their turn.

7:00    Show Time – Hosted by School Captains

Principal welcome

School Council Chairperson Welcome

School Captains to announce each class act

Thank you and close

Lights picked up by hire company after the concert, sounds system returned to stage area.

Friday

Classes collect their chairs in the morning and any remaining rubbish etc. sorted

Maintenance Officer to pack away big stage.

 

Term 4

  

Karama’s Got Talent (KGT)

When
Term: 4
Week: 8, Friday

What

In Term 4 each year Karama School holds their annual talent show titled – Karama’s Got Talent (KGT). This is usually held on Friday, Week 8 at 8:30am in place of the schools usual assembly. This generally runs up until recess time.

The whole school from transition to year 6 are invited to participate in the event. Performances can range from dancing, singing, dramatic role play, stand-up comedy and acts of physical ability.

Auditions are held a fortnight prior where students are asked to fill out an audition slip and deliver a sample of their performance. This includes sharing of their nominated song to ensure it is school appropriate. Students are told whether they have been successful or not the following day and are encouraged to practice in the lead up. Classroom teachers often afford them time after lunch to do so.

Parents and community are invited and encouraged to come along to KGT and this is advertised in the newsletter, Facebook and digital sign out front of the school.

Up to 4 judges are assigned for the contest and this consists of both teaching and non-teaching staff. Scores are given out of 10 and are recorded on the big white board in the stage area. Each judge is awarded comment time and often take on the persona of the nice or mean judge for example.

Prizes are awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Prizes are decided after the show and presented to the students in a timely manner as it unknown whether a group or individual act will win.

How

 

Week 6

Monday – Organiser of KGT announces open auditions.

Friday – Auditions held in the staff room or library

Week 7

Successful performers announced and organiser of KGT collates any music needed.

Week 8

Judges identified and personas decided.

Thursday – Scoring sheets, textas and white board set up on stage. Maintenance Officer to provide trestle table and chairs for judges.

Friday – 8:30 Assembly set up for performance and concludes by recess time.