Half yearly Academic Transcripts
The time has come to request your child’s Half-yearly Academic Transcripts. These are a wonderful way to acknowledge all the great work your child has put in over the first half of the year. If you have added the “Registration and Reporting” Service to your program, simply send an email to [email protected] to request a link. We will be thrilled to send your Half-yearly transcript to you.
Outstanding Effort shines in Euka High School!
Viking Drakkar ship created from my sons year 8 history subject
My daughter is in year 9 and has created an edible earth layer for her science project.
She really enjoyed this one and was excited to share with her fellow Euka family.
Lucas volunteering for Year 10, T3 W2 Launchpad. “I volunteer as a Bushfire cadet, and I will be fighting fires on the ground with the Brigade as soon as I turn 16”.
Ellie has just started G9T3 and so far is having a blast. This is Ellie’s earth layer cake for science this week. She really enjoyed telling her brothers and sisters about the layers of the earth and of course sharing the cake with the family.
In August my daughter (16yo in year 10) is going on a 9-day marine biology sailing expedition along the Great Barrier Reef. The company that runs these trips, Science Under Sail, is brilliant (she’s already done one trip with them before) and it’s an excellent experience for anyone interested in marine biology as a career.
Plus, because of home schooling flexibility we’re no longer limited to school holiday trips.
Year 10 boy made profiteroles for food technology
English, How to train your Dragon, Term 3, week 1 and 2.
I made a “layers of the earth” cake for science year 9
Calendar of Fun events:
Following are some national events that we thought you may like to join in with. Take a look and feel free to contact the various organisations for more details. DON’T FORGET to read more on the EUKA BOOK PARADE!
MS Readathon – One month challenge
Organisation: Multiple Sclerosis Limited (MSL)
The MS Readathon is a reading-based fundraiser run by Multiple Sclerosis Australia (MSA). It encourages people of all ages to read and improve their literacy whilst at the same time raising their community awareness and empowering them to make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.
Phone: 1300 677 323
Email: [email protected]
World Elephant Day – Friday 12 August
World Elephant Day was launched to bring attention to the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants. The elephant is loved, revered and respected by people and cultures around the world, yet we balance on the brink of seeing the last of this magnificent creature.
Keep Australia Beautiful Week – 15-21 August
Organisation: Keep Australia Beautiful National Association
The aim of the Keep Australia Beautiful campaign is to demonstrate the easy ways people can help the environment and also save money by making a few simple changes around the home and in their daily lives.
National Science Week – 13-21 August
Organisation: Department of Education
National Science Week celebrates the contributions Australian Scientists have made to the world. There are hundreds of activities, events and debates across the country during the week.
Book Week – 20-26 August
Organisation: Children’s Book Council of Australia
Each year, many schools and public libraries from all over Australia spend a week celebrating books and Australian authors and illustrators. Classroom teachers, teacher librarians and public librarians develop activities, offer competitions and tell stories relating to a theme to highlight the importance of reading.
EUKA BOOK PARADE:
Each year Euka holds a virtual Book Parade! All you need to do is dress as your favourite book character, email in a photo and description of the book and character and wait. The photos will be collected and put together to create a fun book parade that will be released on Friday 26 August on our Facebook page and also sent out to all families via a link. Join with us to celebrate your favourite books and enjoy some fun with the Euka community!
Email all photos to [email protected]