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Basketball Registration Term 4 2017

The registration period for Basketball for T4 2017 has been extended until 10.00am Friday 29th Sept. All players must be re-registered. Players previously registered this year were emailed a code which can be applied for 100% discount of fees. A fee will apply for new players to complete the registration. Any family having difficulty paying the fee via Credit Card during the registration process can contact our Business Manger, Stef Marston, for assistance.

The registration link is

Term 4 CLGPS A/Hours Basketball – Re-registration required for existing players/ new registration open for new players

To prepare for Term 4 After Hours Basketball we are asking that all current registered  players who intend to play in Term 4 re-register through Trybooking.

Please use the following link

A special discount code (100%) was emailed to players registered previously in 2017. If you did not receive the code please ring the front office and verify which team your child has played in.

New players are welcome to be registered through the same link. Please note that a fee applies to complete the registration for new players. Please notify the school if this causes any difficulties.

All registrations must be completed by Monday 4th September

After Hours Sport – Players required to complete teams.

A/Hours Sport : Urgent – Players required

Coordinators are finalising teams and have a few gaps to fill so additional teams can be formed .

Soccer – there are spaces for Yr2s, 3s and seniors

Netball – spaces for Yr 6/7s

Please contact:

David Brammy for Soccer at

Elisa Holt for Netball at

Registrations will be reopened for players at these levels.

Enterprise Day 2017 is coming!

Enterprise Day is on Wednesday 12th April starting at 12.30pm and finishing at 2.00pm. Parents, family, friends and community members are invited. It is an opportunity to provide real world learning experiences for students. Students set up a range of stalls and activities and any profits go towards supporting school facilities and equipment.

We are beginning to get excited! Students are organising their stalls, figuring out costs, pricing and profit margins, designing advertising campaigns and making items for sale. Further details will be sent home in the form of a brochure closer to Enterprise Day.

Please remember that Enterprise Day is an important part of the learning programme, particularly of the Australian Curriculum areas of Economics and Business, Mathematics, Health and English for all year levels and that the class reflecting on their experience as stall holders and customers is essential to this learning. For this reason we will not be dismissing children early to go home with parents or grandparents. The school day finishes as normal at 3:10pm.